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Climate crisis deniers target scientists for vicious abuse on Musk’s Twitter

Some of the UK’s top scientists are struggling to deal with what they describe as a huge rise in abuse from climate crisis deniers on Twitter since the social media platform was taken over by Elon Musk last year.

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#ClimateScam: denialism claims flooding Twitter have scientists worried

#ClimateScam: denialism claims flooding Twitter have scientists worried

Many advocates are fleeing the platform, unnerved by the surge in climate misinformation since Musk’s chaotic takeover.

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Climate change denial makes an untimely comeback

The science about the climate crisis is unequivocal, but a recent report shows a rise in misinformation about the topic.
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Bitcoin climate impact greater than gold mining, study shows

Bitcoin climate impact greater than gold mining, study shows

Environmental damage of producing cryptocurrency averages 35% of its market value over past five years.

Kenya motorbikes e-bikes climate emissions health

Electric bikes are helping reduce Kenya's carbon emissions

In 2019 alone, air pollution caused around 5,000 premature deaths in Kenya, and investing in e-motorcycles has become a solution to saving lives.

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Heat waves can overheat data centres, causing outages

As heat waves become more common and extreme due to the effects of climate change, the data centres that provide the backbone for the online services the public relies on are at risk of overheating.
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Crypto crash unlikely to reduce its climate impact, expert says

Crypto crash unlikely to reduce its climate impact, expert says

Enormous energy consumption has barely reduced despite $1tn being wiped off the sector.

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