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    🍦I'm telling you, Global Warming is a thing!

    

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    NEW - UN Secretary for Global Comms Melissa Fleming says they "own the science" on "climate change," and opposing viewpoints have now been pushed down in search results through their partnership with .

    

    https://www.weforum.org/events/sustainable-development-impact-meetings-2022/sessions/tackling-disinformation

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    Antarctic Sea Ice 'Rebound' Surprises Scientists - Doomsday Scenario Has Disappeared

    Sea ice at the South Pole has rebounded in 2020 and 2021, to the levels of some 3-decades ago. 

    Moreover, the trend of the past 40+ years (the satellite era) remains one of significant growth (of approx 1% per decade).

    In 2021, Antarctic sea ice is actually tracking well-above the multidecadal average.

    It is the doomsday scenario that has disappeared, not the ice.

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    “It’s extremely concerning that 71% of cases show pesticides significantly harm soil invertebrates,” said Dr. Tara Cornelisse, an entomologist at Center for Biological Diversity and co-author of the study. “Our results add to the evidence that pesticides are contributing to widespread declines of insects, like beneficial predaceous beetles and pollinating solitary bees. These troubling findings add to the urgency of reining in pesticide use.”

    The findings come on the heels of a recent study published in the journal Science showing pesticide toxicity has more than doubled for many invertebrates since 2005. Despite reduced overall use of insecticides, the chemicals most commonly used today, including neonicotinoids, are increasingly toxic to beneficial insects and other invertebrates. Pesticides can linger in the soil for years or decades after they are applied, continuing to harm soil health.

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