The [Uncertain] Four Seasons | – orchestra and choir

Status: 01.11.2021 11:00 a.m. In order to make the climate change audible, 14 orchestras worldwide have recorded Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” in an adaptation modified on the basis of geographic climate data. The academics of the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra are dedicated to the “autumn”. Under the title Musicians of the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra under the direction … Read more

melting ice, fishing, tourism … “Everything is changing around us”, notes an Inuit

250 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle, the landscape changes as the climate warms, as in the town of Ilulissat, at the foot of the ice cap which covers 80% of Greenland. Here, the glacier has been studied for 250 years by scientists because it is one of the most active on the planet. It … Read more

Senegal: rainfed rice crop production could soon be halved

Published on : 26/10/2021 – 00:19 Rainfed rice crops in Senegal would show a 50% drop in yields between now and 2100. If nothing changes, this is the scenario that is looming, according to a study by CIRAD (Center for International Cooperation in Research agronomics for development) of IRD and ISRA, Senegalese Institute for Agricultural … Read more

There are Holes, the Oldest and Thickest Ice in the Arctic Prone to Melting

The giant rift indicates that the ancient ice is prone to melting. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — A new study revealed a large hole opened in the oldest and thickest ice sheet in the Arctic in May 2020. This area is known as the last ice area or last ice area. Scientists previously thought that this area … Read more

Climate Change | Climate change: U.S. intelligence report could increase tensions globally

The U.S. National Intelligence Agency has warned that climate change could lead to an increase in tensions internationally. According to the report, there may be disputes between countries over how to respond to climate change and subsequent crises, with the poorest countries experiencing the most. The report also warns of the dangers posed by futuristic … Read more

John Kerry, US representative, defends wind and solar energy against AMLO – El Financiero

The US special presidential envoy for the Climate, John Kerry, defended wind and solar energy on Monday before President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, whose electricity reform proposal has been singled out for relegating clean energy. “Taking action in all sectors of the economy and moving to a zero-emissions economy offers opportunities and is the best … Read more

Chaos caused by floods: Severe storms are raging in Greece

Friday October 15, 2021 Flood chaos Severe storms are raging in Greece Countless people seek protection on the roofs of their houses: The heavy rains in Greece cause chaos on the streets and in many residential areas. A change in the weather is not in sight for the time being. Storms with heavy rains have … Read more

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Earth Could Collapse! 4 Facts of the World’s Horrible Forecast Apart from Covid-19

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The threat of climate change is becoming more and more real in front of human eyes. Recently several storms hit the world such as in the Philippines and Italy. In the Philippines, Hurricane Kompasu hit the Philippines on Monday (11/10/2021). So far, 9 residents have been reported killed and 11 others … Read more