Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

July 30 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “July 2023 Set To Be Hottest Month On Record” • “According to the data released today, July has already seen the hottest three-week period ever recorded; the three hottest days on record; and the highest-ever ocean temperatures for this time of year,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres told journalists at the UN headquarters in New York. [CleanTechnica]

Sea surface temperatures (Copernicus Climate Change Service at ECMWF)

  • “Vacations As We Know It Are Over” • Terrified tourists on holidays in the Greek Islands this week came face-to-face with the future. The widespread and extreme weather conditions across southern Europe this summer are a wake-up call – a reminder that not even our vacations are insulated from the growing consequences of global heating. [CNN]
  • “It’s The Summer Of Changed Climate. Get Used To It” • Here’s a hot take on the summer of 2023: The climate you grew up in is gone, replaced by something new and changing, but also fixedly different, where the Atlantic Ocean can hit hot-tub temperature, heat is a recurring public health concern, and people will have to adapt their way of living. [CNN]
  • “Green Hydrogen Gets Greener With Record-Breaking Solar Device” • Rice University engineers have created a device that “turns sunlight into hydrogen” with a record-breaking level of efficiency. The device integrates innovative halide perovskite semiconductors with electrocatalysts in a single, durable, cost-effective and scalable device. [Oil Price]
  • “Antarctica Is Missing An Argentina-Sized Amount Of Sea Ice, And Scientists Are Scrambling To Figure Out Why” • Much of the Northern Hemisphere is suffering record-breaking summer heat waves, but in the Antarctic winter, another terrifying climate record is being broken: The ice is 1.6 million sq km (0.6 million sq mi) below the record low set in 2022. [CNN]

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