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A heat wave thawed Siberia's tundra. Now, it's on fire.

Siberia is no stranger to large summertime wildfires, including fires north of the Arctic Circle in the region’s expansive boreal forests. But so far, 2020 has been a banner year for fire in the Russian Arctic.


36,000 Weather Stations Confirm It: Extreme Heat And Rain Are Happening More Often

A major global update based on data from more than 36,000 weather stations around the world confirms that, as the planet continues to warm, extreme weather events such as heatwaves and heavy rainfall are now more frequent, more intense, and longer.


For cleaner air, water, and soil

The air around us is getting more and more polluted. No wonder many scientists strive to find a way to purify it. Thanks to the work of an international team led by prof. Juan Carlos Colmenares from the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, we are a big step closer to achieving this goal. The team found a way to make an efficient reactive adsorbent able to purify air from various toxic compounds, cheaply, and effectively.


Clean energy grids and electric vehicles key to beating climate change and air pollution

Any uptake in electric vehicle use must be mirrored by the development of clean energy grids to mitigate both climate change and air pollution.


Fauci Says Vaccine May Only Be 75% Effective And Transitory

During an NIH Q&A on Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci answered questions about the current state of the US outbreak, while trying to manage the public’s expectations in a way that adequately conveys the seriousness of the viral threat we are facing.


Arizona reels as three of the biggest wildfires in its history ravage state

Extreme weather has contributed to the vast blazes – with the pandemic complicating the emergency response.


After sending 1000s of COVID patients into nursing homes, New York blames deaths on 'infected staff'

New York officials issue a report this week concluding that the high number of coronavirus deaths in state care facilities was the result of infected workers, not sick residents, spreading the contagion.​


"Crunch Time" Arrives And... Was Everyone Wrong About The Coronavirus?

One week ago, when looking at the growing divergence between the number of new coronavirus cases in the US and shrinking number of fatalities, we referred to Nordea's strategist Andreas Steno Larsen, who observed that "we are entering “crunch time” on fatalities since they should start to rise in early July given the lead/lag structure versus new cases."


Operation Warp Speed Awards Novavax $1.6 Billion For COVID Vaccine

With US equity futures under pressure on Tuesday morning – it’s not surprising whatsoever that hopium-inspiring vaccine headlines are hitting the tape.


New Docs: NIH Owns Half of Moderna Vaccine

New documents obtained by Axios and Public Citizen suggest that the National Institute of Health (NIH) owns half the key patent for Moderna’s controversial COVID vaccine and could collect half the royalties.

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