Doom lurks for Lagosians and other Nigerian residents due to global warming

The dividends accruing to Nigeria from its 853-kilometer coastline may be reversed as a new report warns that rising seas could affect three times more people and submerge some of the world’s coastal cities by 2050. Research by Climate Central, a science organisation based in New Jersey, and published in the journal, Nature Communications, shows[...]

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Brazil vehemently rebuffs aid from G7 Sympathizers for Amazon Fires

Brazil has rejected aid from G7 countries to fight wildfires in the Amazon, with a top official telling French President Emmanuel Macron to take care of “his home and his colonies.” Nearly 80,000 forest fires have broken out in Brazil since the beginning of the year — just over half of them in the massive[...]

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The Pentagon is more Environmentally Toxic than the whole of Sweden

The U.S. Department of Defense is the largest institutional consumer of fossil fuels in the world, new research shows, creating more planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions than industrialized countries such as Portugal or Sweden. The Pentagon, which oversees the U.S. military, released around 1.2 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases between 2001 and 2017, according to[...]

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Over a million species under threat of extinction because of human: Expert

A sweeping report assessing the state of the natural world found that humans are having an “unprecedented” and devastating effect on global biodiversity, with about 1 million animal and plant species now threatened with extinction. A summary of the report’s findings was released Monday by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, which[...]

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma suggests technology could result in a new world war

Chinese billionaire and Founder of Alibaba- Jack Ma m  has warned that technology could lead to a third world war. Billionaire Jack Ma said Wednesday that history shows technological innovation is a primary factor behind global conflicts. "The first world war was because of the first technology revolution," he said at the World Economic Forum in[...]

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Million dead fish cause environmental stink in Australia

As many as a million fish are believed to have died along the banks of a major river system in drought-battered eastern Australia, and the authorities warned Monday of more deaths to come. The banks of the Murray-Darling Rivers are thick with rotten fish, with officials putting the number of dead at hundreds of thousands[...]

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