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Brazil Pantanal scorched by fires

The blazes in Brazil, often intentionally set, have scorched a record-setting 10 percent of the Pantanal, one of the most biologically diverse habitats on the planet.
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Climate crisis: First half of 2020 was second-warmest on record

The first half of 2020 was the second-warmest on record and the year could become the warmest in recorded history, based on reports from Nasa and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

www.express.co.uk
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China pollution levels shoot back up as coronavirus lockdown eased - NASA

With most lockdowns in China coming to an end, scientists from NASA have revealed that pollution levels have bounced back.

www.nytimes.com
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A satellite lets scientists see Antarctica’s melting like never before

NASA's new ICESat-2 satellite provides the most detailed look yet of where the continent is losing and gaining ice.
www.fastcompany.com
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This game lets you help NASA map the world's coral reefs

We’ve mapped less than 10% of the ocean floor. Now you can help bring that number up.
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NASA creates a 3D view of methane to track emissions sources

Methane is a more powerful greenhouse gas than carbon, but we don’t know where a lot of it is coming from.
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NASA creates a 3D view of methane to track emissions sources

Methane is a more powerful greenhouse gas than carbon, but we don’t know where a lot of it is coming from.
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Amazing NASA images show how pollution has CLEARED over China

NASA and the European Space Agency have used pollution monitoring satellites to track the decrease in nitrogen dioxide levels over the past two months during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Will climate change freeze Europe? That’s not what NASA says

British media seized upon an apparently dramatic aspect of a new NASA report: a hypothesis that changes to an ocean current could bring colder temperatures to Western Europe. But is that what the report really says?
www.nytimes.com
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2019 was the second-hottest year ever, closing out the warmest decade

Last year was only a fraction of a degree cooler than 2016, the warmest year on record.
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Hottest decade ever recorded ‘driven by man-made climate change’

Man-made climate change was the main contributor to what has been the warmest decade, the UK weather service said in a study backed up by Nasa data showing the five years to 2019 were the hottest since records began.

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How a new wave of orbiting sentinels is changing climate science

Advanced remote-sensing satellite technology is compiling a granular record of Earth’s hardest-to-reach regions.
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Scientists attempt to recreate 'Overview effect' from Earth

Researchers aim to recreate intense emotional experience astronauts reported on seeing Earth from space for the first time.

qz.com
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Ben Lamm: What colonizing Mars says about our attitude on climate change

Is colonizing another planet really the answer to the potential extinction of our own?
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