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Research done in Falklands shows albatrosses are “divorcing” because of climate change

Research done in Falklands shows albatrosses are “divorcing” because of climate change A recent Royal Society study shows climate change and rising oceans are pushing black-browed albatross breakup rates higher. Among the world’s most devoted monogam...

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‘Pipelines will be blown up,’ says David Suzuki, if leaders don’t act on climate change

‘Pipelines will be blown up,’ says David Suzuki, if leaders don’t act on climate change ‘It is now the age of consequences,’ Extinction Rebellion organizer tells protesters in Victoria. Critics called the statement ‘dangerou...

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The Arctic Ocean began warming decades earlier than previously thought, new research shows

The Arctic Ocean began warming decades earlier than previously thought, new research shows (CNN)The Arctic Ocean has been warming since the onset of the 20th century, decades earlier than instrument observations would suggest, according to new research. The st...

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What The Outcome Of COP26 Means For The Fight Against Climate Change

What The Outcome Of COP26 Means For The Fight Against Climate Change While addressing the 26th UN Climate Change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, during the final hours of the event, COP26 President Alok Sharma was overcome with emotion. China and India had ju...

Fall foliage was disrupted by climate change. It might be the new normal.

Fall foliage was disrupted by climate change. It might be the new normal. Throughout the eastern U.S., fall colors arrived behind schedule, which scientists say is a sign of things to come Fall is a special time of year in the forests along the eastern seaboar...

LEAK: EU strategy seeks to remove carbon from atmosphere

LEAK: EU strategy seeks to remove carbon from atmosphere The European Commission will reward green farming practices like afforestation and soil conservation while putting rules to identify activities that “unambiguously remove carbon from the atmosphere” ...

Japan Pledges Support For Asia-wide Decarbonization

Japan Pledges Support For Asia-wide Decarbonization Japan aims to lead Asia toward a carbon-free society but failed to commit to a turn away from fossil fuel projects. At the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Japanese Prime Minister Kishida F...

PHL tells ASEAN it views climate change as ‘existential threat’

PHL tells ASEAN it views climate change as ‘existential threat’ Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III is urging Southeast Asian countries to speed up their climate change adaptation and mitigation projects, noting that the Philippines views the matter ...

Bangladesh’s shanty towns for climate refugees

Bangladesh’s shanty towns for climate refugees Dhaka (AFP) – Bibi Salma and Mohammad Ali Asgar lost their home three times before shifting to one of Dhaka’s fast-growing slums, just two among millions of Bangladeshis forced to move by rising wate...

UNHCR: Conflict, violence, climate change drove displacement higher in first half of 2021

UNHCR: Conflict, violence, climate change drove displacement higher in first half of 2021 The trend in rising forced displacement continued into 2021 – with global numbers now exceeding 84 million – as more people fled violence, insecurity and the effects ...

By 2050, 200 Million Climate Refugees May Have Fled Their Homes. But International Laws Offer Them Little Protection

By 2050, 200 Million Climate Refugees May Have Fled Their Homes. But International Laws Offer Them Little Protection Negotiators at COP26 are unlikely to deal with the challenges posed by climate migration, a failure that some experts say shows “a lack of po...

Climate change has already hit southern Africa. Here’s how we know

Climate change has already hit southern Africa. Here’s how we know Many people still think of climate change as a phenomenon that we will only face in the distant future. Perhaps that’s partly because climate change projections about rising temperatures an...

6 charts that show what climate change is doing to our planet

6 charts that show what climate change is doing to our planet As the COP26 summit in Glasgow meets to discuss global action on climate change, atmospheric scientist Betsy Weatherhead explains what the science says about greenhouse gases and global warming With...

Climate Change Is Best Countered by Economic Freedom

Climate Change Is Best Countered by Economic Freedom Kudos to Greta Thunberg. The teenaged activist neatly summed up COP 26, the U.N.’s recently concluded conference on climate change, calling it “a failure” that amounted to nothing more than “a P.R. e...

Climate change: These charts show what carbon emissions are doing to the planet

Climate change: These charts show what carbon emissions are doing to the planet Over the past two weeks, the COP26 climate summit has seen policymakers from all over the world assemble in Glasgow, Scotland, to make commitments aimed at keeping the goals of the...

The strong winds of climate change have failed to move the opinions of many Americans

The strong winds of climate change have failed to move the opinions of many Americans Most believe global warming is a problem, but the partisan divide is growing Even as windstorms became more powerful, wildfires grew more deadly and rising seas made damaging...

Climate change could fuel bigger summer waves in Southern California

Climate change could fuel bigger summer waves in Southern California That would mean more erosion and flooding, but not necessarily better surf. The waves that hit Southern California in the summer could be bigger and more frequent as the climate changes, acce...

Climate change: Conspiracy theories found on foreign-language Wikipedia

Climate change: Conspiracy theories found on foreign-language Wikipedia A number, including some in Swahili, Kazakh and Belarusian, suggest scientists are divided over its causes.The overwhelming scientific consensus is global warming is caused by humans. A re...

Public schools are failing students on climate change

Public schools are failing students on climate change A new book exposes systemic shortcomings in the way global warming is taught in America. From school strikes and congressional sit-ins to demonstrations at this year’s United Nations climate conference in...

How climate change is disproportionately affecting girls in low-income countries

How climate change is disproportionately affecting girls in low-income countries More extreme weather is taking girls out of school, forcing them into earlier marriages and increasing their exposure to violence GLASGOW — As Malawi’s minister of education l...

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