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The climate crisis, migration, and refugees

The climate crisis, migration, and refugees On March 14, 2019, Tropical Cyclone Idai struck the southeast coast of Mozambique. The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees reported that 1.85 million people needed assistance. 146,000 people were internally displaced...

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Despite Worsening Climate Change, Clean Energy Technology is Emerging

Despite Worsening Climate Change, Clean Energy Technology is Emerging The comprehensive discussion at the forthcoming Conference of the Parties (COP26) in November will probably focus on how the world has deviated from the track to fulfill the Paris Agreement...

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Prince Charles urges G7 action on climate change: ‘Do it for planet as well as pandemic’

Prince Charles urges G7 action on climate change: ‘Do it for planet as well as pandemic’ In the UK the environment took centre stage at the G7 summit in Cornwall as the Queen hosted world leaders at the Eden Project, an exhibition showcasing the wo...

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Pressure builds for schools to put climate change study on curriculum

Pressure builds for schools to put climate change study on curriculum International bodies and pressure groups are calling for climate change studies to become a standard part of the school curriculum worldwide, saying the step is vital to reach targets on cut...

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Climate change protesters in Vancouver block intersection, call for end to old-growth logging

Climate change protesters in Vancouver block intersection, call for end to old-growth logging Extinction Rebellion demonstrators occupied Broadway at Cambie for about 3 hours About 60 protesters from the climate activist group Extinction Rebellion marched from...

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Analysis: With Trump gone, NATO wages war on climate threat

Analysis: With Trump gone, NATO wages war on climate threat If the U.S. military were a nation state, it would be the world’s 47th largest emitter of planet-warming greenhouse gases, a 2019 study found. Though the British universities of Lancaster and Durham...

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Bill Gates: Stop shutting down nuclear reactors and build new nuclear power plants to fight climate change

Bill Gates: Stop shutting down nuclear reactors and build new nuclear power plants to fight climate change As some nuclear power companies continue to shut down nuclear reactors for reasons ranging from economic woes to safety concerns, Bill Gates is bullish o...

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COVID-19, climate change, China: Biden reaffirms America’s global role at the G7

COVID-19, climate change, China: Biden reaffirms America’s global role at the G7 President Joe Biden made his first foreign trip as president to the U.K. for the G-7 summit where he was welcomed by world leaders amid talk of “shared values.” In a bid to ...

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Climate change: Wales ‘needs to do twice as much’ in next decade

Climate change: Wales ‘needs to do twice as much’ in next decade Julie James said it was “stretching an ambitious target” but that it would be possible to reach it. All road schemes in Wales are set to be reviewed and a new law to tackl...

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Pandemic parallels climate change

Pandemic parallels climate change I never understood climate change denial until COVID-19 hit. As COVID-19 began to spread in early 2020, I was skeptical. The early news reports seemed conclusive. The reactions of governments seemed drastic. And I didn’t wan...

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Will climate change cause another dust bowl?

Will climate change cause another dust bowl? Growing up in rural Iowa in the 1990s, Isaac Larsen remembers a unique herald of springtime. The snowbanks piled along roads, once white or gray, would turn black. The culprit was windblown dust, stirred from barren...

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Poland faces first citizen lawsuits over climate change

Poland faces first citizen lawsuits over climate change Five individuals in Poland are taking the government to court over its alleged failure to protect them from the impact of climate change, the first such litigation in the coal-reliant country, legal chari...

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Pasig River world’s top plastic polluter

Pasig River world’s top plastic polluter The Pasig River as well as 18 other rivers in the Philippines were identified as among the top 50 polluting rivers in the world, a study released by the Rotterdam-based Ocean Cleanup said. Ocean Cleanup is a nonpr...

Military Operations Will be Strained by Climate Change

Military Operations Will be Strained by Climate Change U.S. adviser says “It is our duty to warn the public about this threat” Militaries around the world could be overstretched as they respond to more intense and frequent climate-driven crises and threats...

Climate change ‘sea snot’ killing Turkey’s Marmara Sea

Climate change ‘sea snot’ killing Turkey’s Marmara Sea Mass fish deaths have been observed with environmental experts warning of possible disease outbreak such as cholera. Balikesir, Turkey – Omur Karisik has fished in Turkey’s Sea of Marmara since h...

‘Glacier Blood’ Is Our Latest Nightmare

‘Glacier Blood’ Is Our Latest Nightmare The red stains aren’t actual blood, but they’re still a sign of danger. Glaciers in the French Alps look like the scene of a massacre. Normally topped with pristine, white snow, they’re increasingly cov...

In dire straits : What climate change means for already vulnerable communities in Burundi

In dire straits : What climate change means for already vulnerable communities in Burundi Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world. It is also one of the least equipped to protect its population against climate-fueled natural disasters. Roughly the...

Climate change: world’s lakes are in hot water – threatening rare wildlife

Climate change: world’s lakes are in hot water – threatening rare wildlife The Earth’s surface is splotched with 117 million lakes. Some are scarcely more than ponds, while others are so big they can be seen from space. At 395 miles long, 49 miles wide a...

What is the bioeconomy and how could it help fight climate change?

What is the bioeconomy and how could it help fight climate change? A circular bioeconomy – which turns renewable biological resources and waste streams into new products – is at the heart of the EU’s efforts to slash its carbon emissions while also maint...

Climate Change in American S?moa: Indicators & Considerations for Key Sectors

Climate Change in American Sāmoa: Indicators & Considerations for Key Sectors Human health risks, stronger cyclones, coral reef death, and coastal flooding are among the major challenges detailed in a new report on climate change in American Sāmoa. Threa...

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