Tuesday, 5 July , 2022

Siberia

Siberian Wildfire Could Become Biggest in Recorded History – Greenpeace

Aug. 12, 2021 photo: Ivan Nikiforov / TASS A wildfire raging in northeastern Siberia could become the largest in recorded history, experts from Greenpeace Russia told...

Siberian heatwave of 2020 almost impossible without climate change

July 16, 2020 The World Weather Attribution project has released a study that confirms that what has been happening in Siberia can only be explained...

Shift to a Not-So-Frozen North Is Well Underway, Scientists Warn

“There is no reason to think that in 30 years much of anything will be as it is today,” one of the editors of...

100 degrees Fahrenheit! Eastern Siberian town shatters record for hottest-ever temperature...

By Jonny Tickle 20 Jun, 2020 The small town of Verkhoyansk, home to 1,000 people in Russia's Yakutia region, broke the record on Saturday for the...

Blast & fire hits major virus lab in Russia, where HIV,...

16 Sep, 2019 One of the world’s largest virus research centers, located in Siberia, was reportedly engulfed in flames after a sudden explosion rocked the...

Climatic Change hits Russia

Massive wildfires continue to rage in Siberia, emergency declared in several regions 29 Jul, 2019 Over 2.5 million hectares of forest are on fire throughout...

Climatic Change hits the Arctic

Satellite Images Ignite Alarm Over 'Unprecedented' Scale and Planet-Heating Emissions of Raging Arctic Wildfires Carbon dioxide emitted by Arctic fires in June and July, according...

Committing Geocide: Climate Change And Corporate Capture By Susan George

I am not here to promote the deep ecology view. I am here rather to introduce and define what I see as a new phenomenon in the history of humankind. I call it Geocide. Geocide is the collective action of a single species among millions of other species which is changing planet Earth to the point that it can become unrecognisable and unfit for life. This species is committing geocide against all components of nature, whether microscopic organisms, plants, animals or against itself, homo sapiens, humankind.