Journal Articles Related to Scientists’ Warning

Journal Articles Related To Scientists’ Warning
The Journal Articles Related To The Scientists’ Warnings provide the latest analysis and research pertaining to the climatological emergency and the sixth mass extinction event now underway. 

Scientists’ Warning on Invasive Alien Species

This alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines the long-term direct and indirect impacts of invasive alien species. Here is an excerpt from the abstract: “Biological invasions are a global consequence of an increasingly connected world and the

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Scientists’ Warning on Affluence

This alert form the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines the environmental impact of the world’s affluent citizens. Here is a brief excerpt from the paper’s abstract: “For over half a century, worldwide growth in affluence has continuously increased resource

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Climate Crisis, Science, and Education

This alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) stresses that the world is in danger due to the climate crisis and that a paradigm shift is required. Here is an excerpt from the introduction: “The current environmental crisis calls

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Scientists’ Warning on Endangered Food Webs

This alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines the collapse of food webs as a result of global change stressors. The following is an excerpt from the abstract: “All organisms are ultimately dependent on a large diversity of

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Solutions for Humanity on How to Conserve Insects

This alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines insect diversity loss, the value of insects, and solutions for preventing further insect decline. The following is an excerpt from the abstract: “The fate of humans and insects intertwine, especially

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Scientists’ Warning: Microorganisms and Climate Change

Scientists’ Warning: Microorganisms and Climate Change This additional alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines the critical role that microorganisms play in the biological factors of climate change. The way in which microorganisms respond to changes in the

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