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( Climate Change Now Harms Daily Life Across the U.S., Major Report Finds
Nov 14th 2023, 08:48

Source: ( PBS ScienceThe effects of climate change now permeate Americans' daily lives with harm that is "already far-reaching and worsening across every region," says a massive government report released Tuesday. The National Climate Assessment, which comes out every 4-5 years, paints a picture of a country warming about 60% faster than the world as a whole—one that regularly gets hit with costly weather disasters while facing even bigger problems in the future.


( Africa Seeks Action Plan on Slavery Reparations at Ghana Conference
Nov 14th 2023, 08:45

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportFinancial reparations are long overdue to Africans and the diaspora as compensation for the enslavement of people of African descent, Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo said Tuesday on the first day of a conference on how to address such historical injustices. "Surely, this is a matter that the world must confront and can no longer ignore," Akufo-Addo said, launching the four-day reparations conference in the Ghanaian capital Accra.


( New Research Maps 14 Potential Evolutionary Dead Ends for Humanity
Nov 14th 2023, 08:45

Source: ( Science Daily - Top SocietyFor the first time, scientists have used the concept of evolutionary traps on human societies at large. They find that humankind risks getting stuck in 14 evolutionary dead ends, ranging from global climate tipping points to misaligned artificial intelligence, chemical pollution, and infectious diseases. The new landmark study was published in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B and draws on a wide range of scientific...


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