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As of September 2021, more than 4,645,000 people have died from the coronavirus worldwide. More than 226 million cases have been reported worldwide. Data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The United States continues to have the highest cumulative number of confirmed cases and deaths globally. In September, the U.S. Covid-19 death toll surpassed 667,000. Though cases dipped […]
July was world’s hottest month ever recorded, US scientists confirm Global land and ocean surface temperature last month was 0.9C hotter than 20th-century average, beating July 2016 record. July was the world’s hottest month ever recorded, US government scientists have confirmed, a further indication of the unfolding climate crisis that is now affecting almost every […]
Editorial Hawaii has a historic leadership role dating back to the late 1990’s when the state first addressed Climate Change directly, beginning with a statewide conversion goal to clean and 100% locally produced and consumed electricity. As one of the first states to establish a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), Hawaii set the goal for the […]
The TV news anchor calmly reported”… “A crucial ocean circulation is showing signs of instability. Its shutdown would have serious impacts on our weather.” A graph appeared in the TV screen as she dutifully read her script: “A crucial system of currents in the Atlantic Ocean that helps control temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere and has implications […]