The puzzling link between western wildfires and Arctic sea ice – Eurasia Review

“Some say the world will end in fire,” wrote Robert Frost a century ago. The poet described a popular view of the end of the world before moving on to its apocalyptic opposite, writing, “some say in the mirror”. But the relationship between fire and ice, in terms of Earth’s …

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Which countries can I travel to if I am not vaccinated?

Many countries around the world have introduced regulations that allow entry only to fully vaccinated travelers. According to government data, around 82% of people over 12 have now received two doses of a vaccine in the UK. However, some Britons chose not to accept the vaccine, while many young people …

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Antarctic researchers attach sensors to seals to study continental ice shelves

The Antarctic researchers wanted to investigate dangerous places where ships rarely sail in the region. Previously, oceanographers relied on boat studies to conduct their investigations, but this is not as reliable as they expected. This time, scientists used seals with sensors to study Antarctic waters in detail. By attaching them …

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Cayman Islands, Spain, Portugal and Buenos Aires welcome remote digital nomadic workers to relocate

Spain plans to attract foreign workers with tax incentives. getty Lately, the account has been about the upsurge in Omicron cases, the closings of businesses, schools, and the cancellation of air flights and live events. As Doom scrolls through social media, you miss something. In the midst of the chaos …

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California has a compelling new sparkling winery, with bubbles that evoke a crisp coastal breeze

California winemakers love to talk about the influence of the Pacific Ocean on their wines. The cool breeze, the salty air, the mineral seashells – it’s an evocative scene that, when paired with wine, evokes something refreshing, alluring, as aromatic as a stand of live coastal oaks on the Pacific …

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THOMPSON: We didn’t know what we had until he disappeared regarding global travel | iINFOnews

(DON THOMPSON / iINFOnews.ca) December 27, 2021 – 12:00 OPINION The old adage, “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone” is true. But the greatest truth is that you knew what you had, you never thought you would lose it. This is how I feel about travel and …

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Qatar Airways partners with the Madrid Tourist Office

(MENAFN- Gulf Times) Qatar Airways has announced a new partnership with Madrid Destino, the tourist office for Madrid, Spain, as part of a strategic move to support the growth of tourism in this vibrant city.The partnership with Madrid Destino, signed on November 25 this year, is expected to roll out …

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Top 10 Most Memorable South Jersey Weather Events 2021 | Local news

Meteorologist Joe Martucci was at the moderate stage of coastal flooding on Mediterranean Avenue in Atlantic City as a long-lasting northeast crosses the northeast. A northeast from Jan.31 to Feb.3 brought up to five consecutive rounds of tidal flooding, heavy rains, wind and the first snow in more than a …

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Flight cancellations protracted as airlines run out of staff – Kelowna Capital News

Airlines companies continued to cancel hundreds of flights on Saturday as staff issues related to COVID-19[female[feminine disrupted holiday celebrations during one of the busiest travel periods of the year. FlightAware, a flight tracking website, noted that 888 flights entering, departing or within the United States were canceled on Saturday, up …

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Miss Lebanon Emigrants celebrates her country “Pine Garden” wins “World’s Best Tourist Villages” award by UNWTO

The General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO in Madrid, Spain, announced the selection of the Lebanese village of Bkassine as one of the best tourist villages in the world, out of more than 170 villages in 75 countries. This victory goes to a Lebanese city decorated …

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