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A mountain slope collapses. It’s too hot. The permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases. CO2 emissions need to be cut much more quickly than has been planned. More and more court rulings are calling for that. The Zonblick observatory is perched more than three thousand meters up in the Hawatawan national park in Austria. Here, scientists are studying weather and climate change. This building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms and gale force winds so far. Elke Ludovig and Mark Olefs are doing important work up here with dozens of measuring devices. The climate researchers are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The temperatures here have already risen on average 2 degrees Celsius with knock-on effects. This is the northern terrace of the Zonblick observatory. Here in particular and on the northern flank, you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

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1. leductrung...

Gửi lúc: 2022-04-23 14:53:38

Điểm: 9.9/10

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A mountain slope collapses. It's too hot. The permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases. CO2 emissions need to be cut, much more quickly than has been planned. More and more court rulings are calling for that. The Zonblick observatory is perched more than three thousand meters up in the Hawatawan national park in Austria. Here, scientists are studying weather and climate change, this building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms and gale-force winds. So far, Elke Ludovig and Mark Olefs are doing important work up here, with dozens of measuring devices, the climate researchers are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The temperatures here have already risen on average, 2 degrees celsius with knock-on effects. This is the northern terrace of the Zonblick observatory. Here in particular and on the northern flank you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

2. buituduc12...

Gửi lúc: 2022-04-23 07:24:40

Điểm: 9.8/10

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A mountain slope collapses it's too hot the permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases, CO2 emissions need to be cut much more quickly than has been planned, more and more court rulings are calling for that. The Zonblick observatory is perched more than three thousands meters up in the Hawatawan National Park in Austria. Here scientists are studying weather and climate change, this building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms and gale force winds so far. Elke Ludovig and Mark Olefs are doing important work up here with dozens of measuring devices the climate researches are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere the temperatures here have already risen on average 2 degree celsius with knock-on effects. This is the northern terrace of Zonblick observatory here in particular and on the northern flank you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

3. Camthuy220...

Gửi lúc: 2022-04-23 07:38:46

Điểm: 9.8/10

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A mountain slope collapses, it's too hot the permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases CO2 emissions need to be cut much more quickly than has been planned more and more court rulings are calling for that. The Zonblick observatory is perched more than three thousand meters up in the Hawatawan national park in Austria here scientists are studying weather and climate change, this building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms and gale-force winds so far, Elke Iudovig and Mark Olefs are doing important work up here with dozens of measuring devices the climate researchers are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the temperatures here have already risen on average 2 degrees celsius with knock-on effects. This is the Northern terrace of the Zonblick observatory here in particular and on the Northern flank, you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

4. minhtrinhl...

Gửi lúc: 2022-04-23 08:04:56

Điểm: 9.8/10

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A mountain slope collapses it's too hot the permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases, CO2 emissions need to be cut much more quickly than has been planned, more and more court rulings are calling for that. The Zonblick observatory is perched more than three thousands meters up in the Hawatawan National Park in Austria. Here scientists are studying weather and climate change, this building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms and gale force winds so far. Elke Ludovig and Mark Olefs are doing important work up here with dozens of measuring devices the climate researches are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere the temperatures here have already risen on average 2 degree celsius with knock-on effects. This is the northern terrace of Zonblick observatory here in particular and on the northern flank you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

5. hientoan19...

Gửi lúc: 2022-04-25 15:32:01

Điểm: 9.8/10

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A mountain slope collapses. It's too hot. The permafrost is melting. The cause is the rise in greenhouse gases. CO2 emissons need to be cut. Much more quickly than has been planned. More and more court rulings are calling for that. The sonnblick observatory is perched more than three thousand meters up in the hawatawan national park in austria. Here scientists are studying weather and climate change. This building dates back 135 years and has withstood snowstorms, and gale force winds so far. Elke Luvodig and Mark olefs are doing important work up here with dozens of measuring devices the climate researchers are recording the rise of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The temperatures here have already risen on average 2 degrees celsius with knock-on effects. This is the northern terrace of the sonnblick observatory. Here in particular and on the northern flank you can clearly see the effects of climate change up here in the mountains.

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