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How Climate Crisis Is Affecting California’s $45 Billion Wine Industry

California’s wine country, a region of Californiain the northern San Francisco Bay Area, which is known worldwide as a premier wine growing region, is facing a climate crisis. The region, including the famous Napa and Sonoma valleys, faces a climate crisis so dire that it’s posing an existential threat to the future of the state’s …

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Space Tourism, An Initiative That Allows People To Spend Leisure Time In Space

India’s national space organisation, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), intends to create a unique spaceship that can transport people to and from space. Earlier this year, Jitendra Singh, the Union Minister, claimed that the ISRO is testing human flight capability in Low Earth Orbit to strengthen space capabilities (LEO). Unsplash/Representational Image A further objective of …

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€9 rail pass: 52 million cheap train tickets sold in three months as Germans embrace deal

The €9 German rail pass will come to an end this week, after travelers purchased a mammoth 52 million tickets over three months. The ultra-cheap pass offered passengers unlimited use of local and regional trains between June and August. The offer comes to an end on Wednesday. But the Association of German Transport Companies (VDV) …

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We are in a climate emergency. No solution is too novel

Photo : iStock Did the Earth’s climate just cross the Rubicon? It certainly feels that way given all the extreme weather events taking place. Europe recorded its hottest summer on record. California remains in an unprecedented climate emergency that may result in rolling electricity blackouts. We don’t even know what challenges will take place in …

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We are in a climate emergency. No solution is too novel

Given the size of the climate crisis we are facing, efforts to improve novel technologies like cloud seeding will certainly help societies face serious problems. Did the Earth’s climate just cross the Rubicon? It certainly feels that way given all the extreme weather events taking place. Europe recorded its hottest summer on record. California remains …

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15 Years Later and What Do You Get? A Lot More Cars and a Planet in Flames

15 Years Later and What Do You Get? A Lot More Cars and a Planet in Flames © Noam Galai Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988359/15-years-later-and-what-do-you-get-a-lot-more-cars-and-a-planet-in-flames This article was originally published on Common Edge. In 2007, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed congestion pricing for Manhattan. The state legislature rejected the …

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‘I’m scared to death’: Locals fearful as island destination braces for a natural disaster

Sao Jorge, in Portugal’s Azores, is bracing for what could be a major natural disaster. The mid-Atlantic island has been rattled by thousands of small earthquakes in recent days, and there are fears that the more than 10,000 tremors recorded since last Saturday could trigger a volcanic eruption or a powerful quake. About 200 of …

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Rewilding, or the commodification of European landscapes

14.Aug August 14, 2022 From the awesome cliffs of the Portuguese Greater Côa Valley to the chilled expanse of Swedish Lapland, the age-old question ‘for love or money?’ rears its ugly and clichéd head. Known for its successful reintroduction of bison to the Transylvanian Alps, Rewilding Europe recently received a nearly €5 million grant from …

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Pakistan’s tourism industry rocked by climate change | Climate Crisis News

Lahore, Pakistan – Tour guide Adil Lahorei was told by his clients from Eastern Europe that it was time to head north immediately as temperatures hit 40 degrees Celsius in the capital city of Punjab state. In May, Pakistan witnessed its hottest April in 61 years. March had been the ninth driest since 1961. The …

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