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The Dangerous Feedback Loop Between Wildfires and Climate Change

In North America, wildfires are destroying vast swaths of forest and creating massive plumes of smoke which extend across the continent and all the way to the Mid-Atlantic. In Canada, there are huge fires raging in B.C., the Northwest Territories, and Ontario. As of August 6, a total of 3,840 wildfires have destroyed over 3,508,582 million acres so far this year. As…

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New Research Suggests Feedback Amplification of Emissions on Natural Carbon Cycle Lower Than Expected

More CO2, more heat. More heat, more CO2. In its essence, that is the relationship of the positive feedback loop thought to fuel an rising global temperatures and CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. All systems run in a state of balance. A change in one part of the system alters that balance and effect changes throughout the system as it…

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Data Suggests Thinning Clouds Accelerate Warming Oceans

A new study suggest that ocean warming is accelerated by thinning clouds, and the thinning clouds is caused by warming oceans, thus setting up a positive feedback loop further accelerating climate change.