Today in climate change (19 May 2023)

Please find below links to recent climate change news…

Flood risks remain as B.C. heat wave smashes temperature records

Hybrid forecasting: blending climate predictions with AI models

Oceans have been absorbing the world’s extra heat. But there’s a huge payback National Integrated Heat Health Information System

Change in Antarctic ice shelf area from 2009 to 2019

The effect of uncertainties in natural forcing records on simulated temperature during the last millennium

Green energy flag-bearer South Australia says gas must ‘stand behind’ renewable switch

The Link Between the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Rainfall Trends in Northwest Australia

Exploring risks and benefits of overshooting a 1.5 °C carbon budget over space and time

Coping with climate shocks: Ecosystems versus economic systems

U.S. heat wave frequency and length are increasing

May 2023 ENSO update: El Niño knocking on the door

World’s biggest carbon capture plant running at one third capacity, Chevron Australia reveals

French activists protest climate crisis with fire

Global warming to bring record hot year by 2028 – probably our first above 1.5°C limit

Taking the Pulse of Global Change with World Heritage Data Sets

April Heat Wave in South Asia Made 30 Times More Likely by Climate Change

Managing wildfires in the context of climate change

Global temperatures set to reach new records in next five years

Heat Waves: A Growing Threat to Society and the Environment

El Niño and La Niña have become more extreme and frequent because of climate change, study finds


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