Month: November 2021

Allies in Extreme Weather Prediction: NOAA’s long standing partnership with Indonesia

Allies in Extreme Weather Prediction: NOAA’s long standing partnership with Indonesia In recent years, extreme weather events in the United States have become more common and intense, costing billions of dollars and hundreds of lives. These droughts, hurricanes, floods, severe storms, and more are not just affecting the US, they are global. Improving the accuracy of predictions …

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Carbon emissions rebound to near pre-pandemic levels, according to 2021 Global Carbon Budget released at COP26

Carbon emissions rebound to near pre-pandemic levels, according to 2021 Global Carbon Budget released at COP26 Global carbon emissions are projected to bounce back to 36.4 billion metric tons this year after an unprecedented drop caused by the response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the 2021 Global Carbon Budget, released November 4, 2021 by the Global …

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