Today: June 17, 2024
Today: June 17, 2024

Is collapse of the Atlantic Ocean circulation really imminent? Icebergs’ history reveals some clues

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Is collapse of the Atlantic Ocean circulation really imminent? Icebergs’ history reveals some clues

When people think about the risks of climate change, the idea of abrupt changes is pretty scary. Movies like “The Day After Tomorrow” feed that fear, with visions of unimaginable storms and populations fleeing to escape rapidly changing temperatures.

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Record copper prices likely to pause U.S. scrap shipments to China

China's copper scrap imports have soared due to shortages of concentrate that is processed into refined metal used in the power and construction

Record copper prices likely to pause U.S. scrap shipments to China
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Serbia's parliament speaker seeks debate over Rio Tinto's lithium project

Serbia's parliament speaker and former prime minister Ana Brnabic on Monday sought a debate and approval in the assembly for a contested Rio Tinto lithium project in the Balkan

Serbia's parliament speaker seeks debate over Rio Tinto's lithium project
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Western rare earths supply chain springs into gear

Global supply chains for rare earths are realigning to diversify away from top producer China to make permanent magnets used in products from electric vehicles to wind turbines

Western rare earths supply chain springs into gear
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States sue US to block rule that oil firms guarantee payment to dismantle old wells

Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi on Monday sued the U.S. government to block the Biden administration's proposed rule that would require the offshore oil and

States sue US to block rule that oil firms guarantee payment to dismantle old wells
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The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany

Danish King Frederik X has inaugurated the first element of a future 18-kilometer (11-mile) rail-and-road tunnel under the Baltic Sea that will link southern Denmark to northern Germany and contribute to the transport sector’s green transition

The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany

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US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
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Wreck of the last ship of famed Anglo-Irish explorer Shackleton found off the coast of Canada

Wreck of the last ship of famed Anglo-Irish explorer Shackleton found off the coast of Canada
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CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires

CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires
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Greece closes more ancient tourist sites as heatwave persists

Greece closes more ancient tourist sites as heatwave persists