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Tourism Worries And Few Takers As More Utah Land Offered For Drilling, Mining

Environment: NPR

03:33 min | 8 months ago

Tourism Worries And Few Takers As More Utah Land Offered For Drilling, Mining

"In late two thousand. Seventeen president trump downsized to national monuments in Utah lawsuits from conservation groups and tribes are still working their way through the courts this week. The trump administration finalized plans to expand access for mining and drilling on many of those lands. The area has more an eleven billion tons of coal plus oil gas and other minerals but as nate Heggie of Mountain West News Bureau reports industry is wary of digging being in and locals are divided on whether it should brick crystal is enjoying the desert sun at a gas station just east of the town of Boulder right in the heart of grand staircase your case escalate any national monument. We're in January right now. Crystal is a local rancher and guide. WHO's lived here. Since one thousand nine hundred six and he says he welcomes. Welcome trump downsizing the monument and calling for more resource development on public lands here to open up for logging mining manufacturing. That trump is doing. I think it's a healthy thing for this country. It gets people to work with their hands. It gets people to produce things and this vast expanse of southern. Utah's Red Ed. Rock desert could produce a lot. There's coal coal seams. There's oil and gas there's some uranium there's tar sands John. FREEMUTH is a professor of public lands policy at Boise State University. He says industry has been kicking the tires of Utah's red. Rock desert for decades access to those minerals became available when president isn't it trump drastically reduced the boundaries of both bears ears and grand staircase landing national monuments but in the last two years big oil gas and mining. N- companies haven't come in yet. Freemuth says there are a lot of reasons for that. Industry is not stupid about the cost of producing things. I think they're pretty you know. L. Fairly a stood on the market and some of that stuff is deep and harder to get to are expensive to produce and in some cases there isn't much of a market demand right right now for minerals like coal and uranium so they may just stay underground but above ground. Another industry has been growing tourism. Tourism is a nope. It's a vital part of this community. Nathan Wagoner owns an outdoor gear shop in the town of Escalante tourism pumps more than one hundred and fifty million dollars into the region every year ear and employs almost half the people who live and work there most of them in the service industry and as people come to enjoy this place at different industries are popping up and foreseeing it. Just Main Street has changed in the last fifteen years and it's good to see it's good to see that in a small town in the west and that's why he so baffled that the trump administration would shrink this area's monuments and expand the potential here for mining and drilling. He says could scare away. Tourists and damage the pristine nature of this place. It's home to towering in canyons ancient petroglyphs and the clear shallow Escalante River. It runs eighty seven miles through the heart of its namesake monument. Jonathan Pack Leeann. Who Works for a local environmental nonprofit. Likes to come here some days after work getting out here for. Shell run its rejuvenating. And it's it's kind of like hitting a reset button undermined. He doesn't want to see this. Red Rock desert become a home for drilling and mining and he he may not have to. If the pending lawsuits by conservation groups and indigenous tribes are successful. The monuments will be restored and off limits to development once again for N._p._R.. News I Made Heggie an escalating Utah.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eye on earth series now correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers field the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of the Greenland ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. we choppered out hell hind glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. I you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. that long then and why use David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice at the end that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says she may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all into it cultures all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow and off ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David Hollander this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting dated understand what is happening scientists can bend tackle the question why sept dome hello hi glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Our eye on earth series no correspondence sent Doan takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyestrain icebergs broken off glaciers field the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why choppered out hello hi and glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. I you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge that. N. Y. U.'s David Hollander his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so and the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that we and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet as soon may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because still moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you it cultures is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow and all of us we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David hall into this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. they're collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why sept go hell hind glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post were team to disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Eye on earth series no correspondence sent Doan takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers fill the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why we choppered out hell hind glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. I you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge eight seven nine one in NY use David Holland and his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this your down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice at the end that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says she may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is this noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because still moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in your culture is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting dated understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why set to go hello hi glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland hell hind glacier Doan Pennsylvania eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On earth series now correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have there are eyestrain icebergs broken off glaciers field the words. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. we choppered out hello hi and glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. I you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. that night long then and why use David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector for calling Grand why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that we and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet as soon may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because still moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you with cultures is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow and all of us we were able to do dog sitting on the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David hall into this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting dated understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why sex does help hind glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland Pennsylvania eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Our eye on earth series now correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers filthy words. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. I thank all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why we choppered out hello hi am glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. are you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. in what use David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling Brady in why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this field down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that me and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the rent a sim bay European coastal pools to Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is this noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you what culture is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much soon coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why except to help find glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Eye on earth series now correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes strain icebergs broken off glaciers still the words. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. we choppered out hell hind glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. I you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. that night long then then why use David Hollander his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so and the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that yeah that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says she may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you what culture is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow and all of us we were able to do dog sitting on the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why seven do help hind glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post were team to disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland hell hind glacier Pennsylvania eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On earth series no correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers fill the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. we choppered out hello hi am glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. N. Y. U.'s David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector or calling a NY you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that yeah that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the red days she may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind yeah because a storm moving. and nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you would cultures is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting on the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter I think the glacier David hall into this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why except to help find glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts take anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland Pennsylvania N. Y. U. Denise David Holland eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Broken off glaciers field the warrants. here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all the greens and ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. chopper delta hell hind glacier which holds in a frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania the forty. now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. and why use and David hall and his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment did peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so and the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this field down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says she may European coastal pollution Greenland is clear feeling climate change with more ferocious storm yes so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because I still moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in your culture is all in your grass Mister Olson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture he's winter sport adventurousness had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow and all of us we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of fateful summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter I. disclosure in David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after he blows freezing plus after the above is melting one degrees everything. they're collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why. hello hi glacier Green Line. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the lonely illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where teens a disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Our eye on earth series now correspondent said don't takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers fill the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. I thank all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why we choppered out hello hi am glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. are you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge set. and why use David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so and the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that we and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the read a sim bay European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is this noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind yeah because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you what cultures is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very room much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter I thank the glacier David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting dated understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why sept dome hello hi am glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

Greenland eleven billion tons twenty three feet one degrees one day
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Our eye on earth series no correspondence sent Doan takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers fill the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. I thank all of Greenland's ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why we choppered out hell hind glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. are you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge that. and why use David Hollander his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling Brady in why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that yeah and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the read a sim may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind yeah because a strong wind. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you what culture is all in your grass miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I have to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David hall into this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting dated understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why sex dome Helheim glacier Greenland. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Broken off glaciers field the words. here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all the greens and ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet worldwide chopper delta hell hind glacier holds in a frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania the forty. now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. then why use David hall and his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so and the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this floor down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to feel around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the rent A. C. may European coastal pollution Greenland is feeling climate change with more ferocious storm Chris so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in your culture is all in your grass Mister Olson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture he's winter sport adventurousness shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow and all of us we were able to do dog sitting on the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of fateful summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier in David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. they're collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why. hello hi glacier Green Line. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers to party in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where teens a disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Our eye on earth series now correspondent said tone takes us to Greenland where scientists have their eyes train icebergs broken off glaciers filthy words. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of the Greenland ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why we choppered out health time glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. are you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge. that. and why use David Holland and his wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year this is a radar detector we're calling radian why you team set up radar equipment the peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this field down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice that me and that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says he may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is this noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a storm moving. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you what cultures is all in your **** miss Paulson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we had a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very remote shown coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier David hall into this team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question why set to do hello hi glacier Greenman. meanwhile around the world Friday students and workers took part in climate strike day. rallies like this one in Warsaw Poland took place in more than one hundred fifty countries ahead of the opening of the U. N. General Assembly in the climate action summit folks across the globe walking out of school and work demonstrators are demanding countries do more to fight global warming the CDC is stepping up its investigation into exactly what's causing the long illnesses linked to vaping the agency has activated its emergency operations center which creates a Central Command post where T. the disease experts contract public health emergencies and coordinate the responses so far six deaths and some three hundred eighty long illnesses in thirty six states in the U. S. Virgin Islands have possibly been linked to vaping but there's been no link to a specific product or ingredient experts say anyone with breathing problems after vaping should report them to their doctor Allison.

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As Greenland melts, something strange is happening to the ice sheet

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:23 min | 1 year ago

As Greenland melts, something strange is happening to the ice sheet

"Twenty Greenland's melting ice sheet is contributing to a rise in sea levels that could threaten millions in low lying areas situation became more urgent this summer when eleven billion tons of ice melted in one day CBS this morning soft tone reports. ice bergs broken off glaciers field the words. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all of the Greenland ice sheet melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why the chopper delta hell hind glacier which holds enough frozen water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania a foot deep. you can see the camp now scientists are perched at the glaciers edge that. and why use David Holland is wife Denise who manages logistics people say follow the money well this is a story really about follow the warm water water melts ice quicker than here and so the ocean can melt this ice sheet much faster than the year Denise Holland took this video showing a giant piece of hell hime glacier breaking off for calving last summer the ice chunk was so big you could stretch from lower Manhattan to mid town in New York City it was huge chunks small chunks everything just just broke apart in this one big jumble of ice this is a radar detector we're calling Brady in why you team set up radar equipment did peers into the glacier to measure its movement and thickness icy surface is deceiving. one comes up here doesn't see a problem right and so on the potential problem is one we put our probes down in this field down to the bottom and we detect large volumes of very warm salty water so as you know that could melt the ice at the end that's not sustainable Greenland's ice sheet shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the rest a sin may European coastal pollution Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because a strong wind. in nearby in the picturesque port town of to see lack this is all in you would cultures is all in your grass Mister Olson took freelance work at this museum of any would culture is winter sport adventure with business had a shorter season last year was extremely good we have a lot of snow a lot of ice we were able to do dog sitting all the way into the first week of June this year I had to close down my business for wind activities in the middle of April summer came sooner someone came very much sooner coming off the ice sheet in winter and the glacier in David Holland and his team have been surprised to learn just how finicky the atmosphere is people say climate will change by degree or something in the tropics I don't think that matters but when you're at the freezing point. minus after the blows freezing plus have to be above is melting one degrees everything. collecting data to understand what is happening scientists can then tackle the question

Greenland Eleven Billion Tons One Day Twenty Three Feet One Degrees
Greenland's disappearing ice sheet: "One degree is everything"

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland's disappearing ice sheet: "One degree is everything"

"News radio Greenland's melting ice sheet is apparently contributing to a rise in sea levels that could threaten millions in low lying areas the situation became more urgent this summer when eleven billion tons of surface ice melted in one day's CBS's chef Joan visited Greenland's glaciers and met with some scientists on the front lines of climate change I she'd shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says he

Greenland CBS Joan Eleven Billion Tons One Day
Greenland's disappearing ice sheet

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland's disappearing ice sheet

"Greenland's melting ice sheet is apparently contributing to a rise in sea levels that could threaten millions in low lying areas the situation became more urgent this summer one eleven billion tons of surface ice melted in just one day CBS is set the drone visited Greenland's glaciers and met with some of the scientists on the front lines of climate change layman's eyes she'd shed around eleven billion tons of surface ice in just one day in August that's enough to fill around four point four million Olympic size swimming pools the vet says she may return to school pools to Greenland says they're feeling climate change with more ferocious storm so how is just noise. because of this extreme weather because of the wind because stop moving sciences right now saying they're collecting data to better understand just exactly what's

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As its ice slabs expand, Greenland contributes more to sea level rise

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

As its ice slabs expand, Greenland contributes more to sea level rise

"Greenland's ice sheet contributing to a rise in sea levels that could threaten millions in low lying areas the situation becoming urgent this summer when eleven billion tons of surface ice melted in one day icebergs broken off leechers still the warrants. ice melting here in Greenland is affecting sea levels around the world. all the Greenland's ice since melted sea levels could rise by twenty three feet world why. chopper talc held high in Glacier holds enough rose in water to fill the entire state of Pennsylvania

Greenland Pennsylvania Eleven Billion Tons Twenty Three Feet One Day
On glacier bottom in Greenland, scientists find troubling signs

Ethan Bearman

02:49 min | 1 year ago

On glacier bottom in Greenland, scientists find troubling signs

"But did you know my friends that green lance ice sheet is melting six times faster than in the nineteen eighties this month August twenty of two thousand nineteen this month at least eleven billion tons of surface ice in one day another to fill more than four million did you hear that four million Olympic size swimming pools now summer came sooner than is expected and it's going to last longer Greenlanders are saying they've seen more extreme weather and fishermen catching warmer water fish they're living with climate change the scientists of cotton from around the world to study why and it turns out that Josh Willis of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is in the fourth year of a five year research project he designed that what is his team doing they've been dropping probes into the ocean to understand how the waters around real land are warming and contributing to the melting of glaciers so here's the kicker if this keeps going the sea levels will rise twenty five feet we'll all be under water also take years but it's happening at the bottom of a glacier in Greenland the climate scientists have found troubling signs in fact I saw on television this image we have a problem on August second green long lost twelve point five billion tons of ice the largest single day's loss in recorded history so I'm gonna ask you a question what do you think we can do about or maybe there's nothing we can do about it but if you notice we have people who call this program and the nine there is any problem Dreamland and it's melting will have impacts all around the planet earth a billion tons of ice loss raises sea levels in Australia in Southeast Asia in the United States and in Europe we've got a problem and nobody is calling it

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Greenland lost billions tons of ice in a single day

KYW 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland lost billions tons of ice in a single day

"Summer has not been kind to Greenland Europe sister keep waivers move to Greenland melting it's ice sheet at dramatic rates eleven billion tons of ice melted across the country on Wednesday alone just one day while Greenland's ice sheet usually melts during the summer record temperatures have mental longer and more dramatic melt season last week Europe experience a life threatening heat wave with France Germany Belgium the Netherlands and Britain all hitting record

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KOMO

"Reporting it should mannish I'm meteorologist Abby Oconee common whose time is nine twenty seven July is possibly the hottest month in recorded history and warmer temperatures are causing rapid changes in the arctic more on the story from ABC's Dave hacker eleven billion tons of ice melting in Greenland in just one day the I. she pouring one hundred ninety seven billion tons of water into the north Atlantic last month a heat wave that big to Europe now exhilarating this summer ice melted rates never seen before a study published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences this year finding that the melting is contributed to more than half an inch of rising ocean water since nineteen seventy two and a quarter inch in just the last eight years at that accelerating melt rate scientists expect over three feet of sea rise by the end of the century Dave Packer ABC news come on his time is nine twenty eight she's a hiker biker loves driving her Mustang the fastest way home afternoon traffic every ten minutes on the force como news one thousand FM ninety seven seven and your smart speaker this is big hurry to Macy's for thousands of new markdowns on the latest styles and take an extra ten to twenty percent off with your coupon Macy's card shop Levi's back to school looks for kids nine ninety nine to thirty five ninety nine six twenty five to forty percent on select swim for him and her plus get fifty to seventy five percent savings in last check clearance now there is Monday savings of sale prices by Macy's star rewards offers benefits everyone can enjoy no matter how they pay visit macys dot com slash star rewards we're here at circle K. witnessing a legendary drink makes for seventy nine cents looks like he's going with red sports street and they'll lemon lime soda fuller pops in foster's you're only seventy nine cents each at circle K. dissipating locations at highway speeds the average text take your eyes off the road for about five seconds that's enough time to travel the length of a football field stop texts stop rex dot org brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange student visit YFU USA dot org or call eight hundred teenage to learn more and get started on your greatest journey yet would be crazy if you packed your bags and left he's cool life is calling how far will you go to find out more call one eight hundred four two four eight five eight zero or visit he's core dot gov I started going cold Turkey at least when I'm in the car I know I shouldn't do it but it's so hard to stop my solution is simple I just don't do it there are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving how will you stop brought to you by the.

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 Walloped by heat wave, Greenland sees massive ice melt

Ric Edelman

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Walloped by heat wave, Greenland sees massive ice melt

"Now last month's heat wave causing a major ice melt now those warmer temperatures causing rapid changes in the arctic eleven billion tons of ice melting in Greenland in just one day the I. C. pouring one hundred ninety seven billion tons of water into the north Atlantic last month a heat wave that big Europe now exhilarating to summarize melted rates never seen before a study published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences this year finding that the melting is contributed to more than half an inch of rising ocean water since nineteen seventy two and a quarter inch in just the last eight years at that accelerating melt rate scientists expect over three feet of sea rise by the end of the century Dave Packer

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Right July possibly going down is the hottest month in recorded history ABC's Dave Packer says many think it's due to the rapid changes in the arctic eleven billion tons of ice melting in Greenland in just one day the I. she pouring one hundred ninety seven billion tons of water into the north Atlantic last month a heat wave that big to Europe now exhilarating to summarize melted rates never seen before a study published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences this year finding that the melting is contributed to more than half an inch of rising ocean water since nineteen seventy two and a quarter inch in just the last eight years this is ABC news hi Dr Saint Germain DC here will burn fat Orlando I would personally like to invite you to download the news ninety six five app powered by burn fat Orlando dot com would burn fat Orlando's all new step on the scale money back guarantee if you don't lose weight within the first ten days we'll refund your money whether by U. S. heating and air conditioning a big chunk of the tropical moisture is going to be pulling away from central Florida and that's gonna help drop our rain chances just a bit we won't be as wet as we were on Friday was still a fifty percent chance for scattered showers and storms that isolated downpours possible highs in the upper eighties low nineties from channel line I would this news a meteorologist Cassandra creamy now face such security triple team traffic Chris this morning for seventeen north bound before red bug we had a crash south bound for seventeen along the offering to head west along the beach line that crash no clear over on I four stole the car westbound.

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Greenland, Europe And Netherlands discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland, Europe And Netherlands discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Climate change has not been kind to icy Greenland this summer Europe's historic heat wave was moved to Greenland melting it's ice sheet at dramatic rates eleven billion tons of ice melt across the country on Wednesday alone just one day while Greenland's ice sheet usually melts during the summer record temperatures have meant a longer and more dramatic melt season last week Europe experience a life threatening heat wave with France Germany olds of the Netherlands and Britain all hitting record

Greenland Europe Netherlands Britain France Germany Eleven Billion Tons One Day
Europe, Greenland And Germany discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Europe, Greenland And Germany discussed on WBBM Evening News

"Europe sister keep waivers move to Greenland melting it's ice sheet at dramatic rates eleven billion tons of ice melted across the country on Wednesday allow just one day while Greenland's ice sheet usually melts during the summer record temperatures have mental longer and more dramatic melt season last week Europe experience a life threatening heat wave with France Germany Belgium the Netherlands and Britain all hitting record temperatures mac Piper CBS

Europe Greenland Germany Belgium Netherlands Britain CBS France Eleven Billion Tons One Day
Europe, Scientist And Greenland discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Europe, Scientist And Greenland discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"The heat wave that set temperature records here a couple weeks ago before putting much of Europe in a sauna is now over green land where the scope of the melt is really shocking eighty two percent of the surface of the world's largest island between the Atlantic and arctic oceans is covered in ice climate scientist with the Danish meteorological institute report the area of the Greenland ice sheet that showing indications of melt has been growing by the day they reported hit a record fifty six and a half percent for the year on Wednesday more than eleven billion tons of ice was lost to the oceans by surface melt on Wednesday alone creating a net mass ice loss of around two hundred seventeen billion tons from Greenland just in July the long term forecast for Greenland is sunny and warm I'm Scott

Europe Scientist Greenland Scott Danish Meteorological Institut Two Hundred Seventeen Billion Eleven Billion Tons Eighty Two Percent
Europe, Scientist And Greenland discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Europe, Scientist And Greenland discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"The heat wave that set temperature records here couple weeks ago before putting much of Europe in a sauna is now over green land where the scope of the melt it's pretty shocking eighty two percent of the surface of the world's largest island between the Atlantic and arctic oceans is covered in ice climate scientist with the Danish meteorological institute report the area of the Greenland ice sheet that showing indications of melt has been growing by the day they reported hit a record fifty six and a half percent for the year on Wednesday more than eleven billion tons of ice was lost to the oceans by surface melt on Wednesday alone creating a net mass ice loss of around two hundred seventeen billion tons from Greenland just in July the long term forecast for Greenland is sunny

Europe Scientist Greenland Danish Meteorological Institut Two Hundred Seventeen Billion Eleven Billion Tons Eighty Two Percent
Europe's recent heatwave affecting Greenland's ice fields

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Europe's recent heatwave affecting Greenland's ice fields

"Well the heat wave that set temperature records here couple weeks ago before putting much of Europe in a sauna is now over Greenland where the scope of the melt is pretty shocking eighty two percent of the surface of the world's largest island between the Atlantic and arctic oceans is covered in ice climate scientist with the Danish meteorological institute report the area of the Greenland ice sheet that showing indications of melt has been growing by the day they reported hit a record fifty six and a half percent for the year on when day more than eleven billion tons of ice was lost to the oceans by surface melt on Wednesday alone creating a net mass ice loss of around two hundred seventeen billion tons from Greenland just in July the long term forecast for Greenland is sunny and warm I'm Scott

Europe Scientist Greenland Scott Danish Meteorological Institut Two Hundred Seventeen Billion Eleven Billion Tons Eighty Two Percent
"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A courtroom in New York City Loews is poorly told thousand employees this week to their jobs are being eliminated an outsourced to third party companies the Wall Street journal reports the cuts will primarily affect maintenance staff assemblers the heat wave that broke records across Europe last week has now shifted over Greenland causing massive ice loss on the island and in the arctic region researchers say more than eleven billion tons of ice melted on Wednesday alone WBBM news time ten forty six it's our new time for sports sponsored by e.on clinics and here's Dave Kerner rob just about the lowest of the lows for this season for the cubs offense of late last night in St Louis losing to the cardinals eight nothing all of one hit Nick cast the honestly just picked him up from Detroit in the trade he gets a single in the sixth inning and that was it for any sort of base hit production for the cubs on this night they wind up losing two of three to the cardinals and back home this afternoon to take on the brewers of Wrigley sack Davies pitching against the cubs Jose can Tana the abstain on six seventy the score earlier today seems or but as he sees it the warmer the weather the colder the bats straight as it's heated up you know especially with these baseballs in the nice weather you expect to yeah expect the also so to really turn on without the opposite for example no extra base hits for Kris Bryant over the last couple of weeks of the plates all compounding on problems.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Range projectiles were filed fired early Monday Friday morning water into the E. C. Caron pierces the British UN ambassador we urge North Korea to take concrete steps towards its complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization and to engage in meaningful negotiations with the United States has agreed between president trump and Kim Jong moon on thirty June president trump for his part largely played down the latest north Korean launches saying they were short range in his words very standard the administration says the latest launches are not a violation of an earlier pledge made by North Korea not to test long range missiles or nuclear weapons stocks plunge sharply in reaction to the US China trade tensions the Dow today was down two hundred eighty points this is NPR thousands of Syrian refugees will be allowed to remain in the U. S. after the trump administration extended a program that protects them from deportation temporary protected status or TPS will be extended for another eighteen months so seven thousand Syrians in the program can stay in the U. S. with work authorization through March of twenty twenty one the trump administration is trying to and T. B. S. for citizens of a number of countries including Nepal Haiti in Sudan but court challenges of stalled those efforts more than twenty two thousand infants died in the U. S. in two thousand seventeen that's according to a new report by the centers for disease control and prevention that's just a small decline from the year before NPR's we do chatter G. reports there was hardly any change of racial differences infant mortality rates there were about eight hundred fewer infant deaths overall in two thousand and seventeen competitor thousand sixteen but the difference between the two years wasn't statistically significant however long term trend in infant mortality continues to improve having declined by sixteen percent since two thousand and five the report also points out persistent racial disparities in rates with non Hispanic black women having the highest rate of almost eleven per thousand life but that's more than twice the rate for non Hispanic white women Rita tried to G. NPR news site he wave that smashed high temperature records in five European countries a week ago is now moved over Greenland Greenland's ice loss reached a record fifty six point five percent the hi on Wednesday sending more than eleven billion tons of ice melt into the oceans I'm Jack Speer NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the pew charitable trusts working with states to develop a data driven.

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"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"eleven billion tons" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"The town its connected to the main western power grid but it's got its own sort of independent uh if necessary micro grid and this whole topic that have been really wanting to get into on the show but uh we'll do that later meanwhile though as far as alternatives to fossil fuels and nuclear kate has our next story about something from the uk written thank you joe the uk has pledged to ban the sale of petroleum and diesel cars by the year 2014 according to bbc news since carbon emissions are the number one contributor to air pollution and is the cause of around forty thousand deaths in the uk per year the goal of this prohibition is to join the efforts of the netherlands norway germany and india and making electric cars the vehicle the future by the end of this month the uk government plans to release a fullscale strategy that will include a three point nine billion dollar investment towards air quality improvement the world bank has reported that car transport contributes to have one fifth of total emissions around the globe and project drawdown ranks electric cars at twenty six on their list of climate change solutions in addition nearly eleven billion tons of carbon dioxide would be prevented from reaching the atmosphere if only sixteen percent of car owners in the uk used electric vehicles over gaspowered ones by 2050 this latest act by the uk government is a step in the positive direction and with the electric car industry already proving to be both environmentally and economically efficient the internal combustion engine may be deemed extinct several years before the twenty forty deadline so now on that story their kid the note folks he said the eleven billion tons of carbon dioxide saved from entering our atmosphere uh but the year was by 2050 and i asked him about that when i saw the store because well i mean you need to know the timeframe on the these things are just reference again the human race collectively emits about thirty five billion tons of carbon dioxide a year into the atmosphere so okay we're talking i think we're talking just the uk's contribution which is significant but small but we're also talking was thirty three years until 2050 so you can do the math there.

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