“Hot Topics” on the Web From a current (dated after January 1, 2021) online sour

“Hot Topics” on the Web
From a current (dated after January 1, 2021) online source (i.e., science-related web site or significant news organization, not someone’s blog), you must find and briefly summarize (in 3 to 5 sentences) a Chemistry related web article. The article should have a substantial Energy and environmental related component.
Please find 4 articles and turn it before the deadline
Please avoid business, politically related articles.
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The format for your submissions is as follows:
Title
Source/Date
Web address
Summary (3 to 5 sentences). Please highlight the significant of the article, your understanding, and conclusions.
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An example is shown here:
“US report confirms 2016 as warmest year on record.”
BBC (August 10, 2017)
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-40895282
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), in its State of the Climate in 2016 report, says that 2016 was the warmest year in 137 years of recordkeeping. Also, global surface and sea temperatures, sea levels, and greenhouse gas levels were all at record highs. This report is based on contributions from hundreds of scientists from more than 60 countries. This report highlight the the effect of our practices that lead to these results.

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