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15/06/2024
Climate change can amplify big rainstorms, but true fixes are far off for South Florida - Miami Herald
15/06/2024
Opinion | ESG investing: a waste of climate finance? - South China Morning Post
Opinion | ESG investing: a waste of climate finance?  South China Morning Post


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15/06/2024
Nigel Farage's claims on migration, voter fraud and climate change fact-checked - BBC.com
14/06/2024
Climate change fuels tensions in Nigeria — Global Issues - Global Issues
14/06/2024
Yale Survey Shows Voters Embrace Climate Action and Clean Energy Initiatives - Environment+Energy Leader
14/06/2024
Record Low Sea Ice in Hudson Bay Putting Polar Bears at Risk of Extinction - EcoWatch
14/06/2024
How Can We Work With Nature to Tackle Drought and Desertification? - IISD Reporting Services
14/06/2024
Florida soaked with epic rainstorms: Yep, it's climate change - Salon
14/06/2024
Preserving Our Home World's Cryosphere: World Meteorological Organization - Astrobiology - Astrobiology News
14/06/2024
The week around the world in 20 pictures

War in Gaza, protests in Buenos Aires, a thunderstorm in Omaha and high temperatures in Athens: the last seven days as captured by the world’s leading photojournalists

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14/06/2024
North Texas storms may worsen because of climate change - The Dallas Morning News
North Texas storms may worsen because of climate change  The Dallas Morning News


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14/06/2024
El Nino Ends and La Niña Is Coming. What Does That Mean for Weather? - The New York Times
14/06/2024
In the News: The Warming Ocean is Leaving Coastal Economies in Hot Water - Middlebury College News and Events
In the News: The Warming Ocean is Leaving Coastal Economies in Hot Water  Middlebury College News and Events


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14/06/2024
Hotter Cities Explore Ways to Adapt to Climate Change - Bloomberg
14/06/2024
Climate change impacts vary among tree species within the same habitat, finds study - Phys.org
14/06/2024
Fake Climate Solutions Spread Across Latin America - Global Issues
14/06/2024
Global Warming Threatens Hudson Bay Polar Bears with Longer Ice-Free Periods - AZoCleantech
14/06/2024
Germany’s top climate envoy says ‘this is the critical decade’ after Dutton ditches 2030 target

Representative from Europe’s biggest economy and key player in global climate talks says deep emissions cuts by 2030 ‘essential’ to limit climate heating to 1.5C

Germany’s climate envoy has dismissed claims the Paris agreement is only about reaching net zero emissions by 2050, warning that deep cuts by 2030 are “essential” and scientific evidence shows “this is the critical decade” to act on global heating.

Australia’s opposition leader, Peter Dutton, has refused to commit to a 2030 emissions reduction target prior to the next national election, prompting claims from Labor, the Greens and independents that the Coalition isn’t serious about acting on the climate crisis.

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14/06/2024
‘Paris’ is burning consensus on Australia’s climate policies – and that’s how Peter Dutton wants it | Karen Middleton

The Coalition leader wants to portray action on emissions and the cost of living as incompatible, and thinks he has the focus group evidence that it will work

When politicians talk about staying in Paris, some people think of climate change and the international pact to save the planet from a diabolical temperature rise. Many, though, likely imagine the Eiffel Tower or the upcoming Olympics, expensive hotels, fancy food or fashion – maybe even pollies’ snouts in the trough.

When Peter Dutton mentions Paris, he’s speaking to both groups but mostly the second, those not focused on what the Paris agreement is or why it matters.

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14/06/2024
Climate-induced migration in the Global South: an in depth analysis | npj Climate Action - Nature.com
14/06/2024
Can climate engineering be responsibly tested? | The Independent Barents Observer - The Independent Barents Observer
14/06/2024
G7 to demand wealthy developing nations pay up on climate change - Financial Times
14/06/2024
'We have an obligation': Grandparents take action to help protect their grandkids' future » Yale Climate Connections - Yale Climate Connections
14/06/2024
From Western Expansion To Climate Change: An Abbreviated History Of Water - Forbes
14/06/2024
Climate change heat poses lasting brain risks for children, study finds - News-Medical.Net
14/06/2024
Cold enthusiasts and dampness stans it is your time to shine. Here are some handy tips for surviving winter | First Dog on the Moon

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14/06/2024
Experts forecast active hurricane season as warming oceans crank up storm intensity • Georgia Recorder - Georgia Recorder
14/06/2024
Why Dutton is restoking the climate wars: politics with Amy Remeikis - video

The Australian climate wars appear to be back, with Peter Dutton leading the charge. The opposition leader told News Corp he would not support the nationally legislated 2030 emissions reduction target, triggering accusations he would put Australia in breach of the landmark Paris climate agreement. So what's the play? According to political reporter Amy Remeikis, it has a lot do with 'distraction' and an upcoming election

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14/06/2024
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13/06/2024
Falling short of ambitious emissions targets isn’t failure – but rushing towards 2C of heating is | Katherine Woodthorpe

Reaching net zero emissions across the economy is a technological and social challenge we must approach head-on

At their core, our climate actions are about improving the lives of people in Australia and around the world. Acting decisively now will allow us to modernise our economy, help our international partners, and avoid the worst effects of climate change.

Every year we delay rapidly reducing our emissions creates a more dangerous and less prosperous world. Last year, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering called for a stronger national ambition, to reach net zero emissions by 2035 rather than 2050, while making deep cuts to high-emitting sectors by 2030. The science is unequivocal and demands we decarbonise our entire economy to limit global heating to 1.5C. This level of warming may already be baked in, according to recent reports.

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13/06/2024
Trump haunts stalled global climate talks – POLITICO - POLITICO Europe
13/06/2024
New research blames climate change, not foreign bugs, for killing critical marsh grass • Louisiana Illuminator - Louisana Illuminator
13/06/2024
Is climate change making turbulence worse? What to know. - The Washington Post
13/06/2024
Florida Rain and Flooding Is Brought to You By Climate Change - Bloomberg
13/06/2024
Climate-warming El Niño has ended, NOAA says. Here's what happens next. - The Washington Post - The Washington Post
13/06/2024
Ancient Ocean Slowdown Warns Of Future Climate Chaos On Earth - Astrobiology - Astrobiology News
13/06/2024
Ice-free period too long for Southern and Western Hudson Bay polar bear populations if global warming exceeds 1.6 to ... - Nature.com
13/06/2024
If Paris Agreement Goals Are Missed, These Polar Bears Could Go Extinct - The New York Times
13/06/2024
Why are young German voters abandoning the Greens?
The increased youth vote for the climate-skeptic far right in the EU elections has been combined with plummeting support for the pro-climate Greens party.


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13/06/2024
Bonn bulletin: Fears over "1.5 washing" in national climate plans - Climate Home News
13/06/2024
Ancient ocean slowdown warns of future climate chaos - Phys.org
13/06/2024
Analysis: What record global heat means for breaching the 1.5C warming limit - Carbon Brief
13/06/2024
The UK Green Party struggles to be heard in an election where climate change is on the back burner - ABC News
13/06/2024
Climate technology forgot the consumer is still king - Fortune
13/06/2024
Climate Change in the American Mind: Politics & Policy, Spring 2024 - Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
Climate Change in the American Mind: Politics & Policy, Spring 2024  Yale Program on Climate Change Communication


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13/06/2024
Extreme weather events do not increase political parties' environmental attention - Nature.com
13/06/2024
Dutton’s plan to scrap 2030 emissions target ‘not helpful’, AGL executive says – as it happened

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Chalmers asked about findings that jobseekers unable to afford ‘basics of life’

The treasurer Jim Chalmers was up on ABC News Breakfast just earlier, asked about new Anglicare data showing Australians on income support are “structurally unable to afford the basics of life”.

This is the primary motivation for the substantial cost of living relief that we’re providing in the budget. Whether it is the tax cuts for every Australian taxpayer, energy bill relief for every household, help with student debt and cheaper medicines, plus the increases to jobseeker – which were in the budget before last – all of these are important ways that we can not just understand and acknowledge the pressures that people are under, but actually respond to them.

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13/06/2024
How to phase out fossil fuels without leaving anyone behind
At the halfway point to UN climate talks in Azerbaijan, states discussed how to move to a low-carbon economy while protecting the world's poorest. But rifts have emerged over more climate funding for developing states.


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13/06/2024
Russia’s war with Ukraine accelerating global climate emergency, report shows

Most comprehensive analysis ever of conflict-driven climate impacts shows emissions greater than those generated by 175 countries in a year

The climate cost of the first two years of Russia’s war on Ukraine was greater than the annual greenhouse gas emissions generated individually by 175 countries, exacerbating the global climate emergency in addition to the mounting death toll and widespread destruction, research reveals.

Russia’s invasion has generated at least 175m tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e), amid a surge in emissions from direct warfare, landscape fires, rerouted flights, forced migration and leaks caused by military attacks on fossil fuel infrastructure – as well as the future carbon cost of reconstruction, according to the most comprehensive analysis ever of conflict-driven climate impacts.

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12/06/2024
The Guardian view on Europe’s imperilled green deal: time to outflank the radical right | Editorial

The burden of transition on economically insecure voters must be eased via a more ambitious fiscal approach by governments

Following the European parliament elections of 2019, the newly elected president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, told MEPs: “If there is one area where the world needs our leadership, it is on protecting our climate … We do not have a moment to waste. The faster Europe moves, the greater the advantage will be for our citizens, our competitiveness and our prosperity.”

Five years on, all that remains true, and the urgency of taking decisive action is even greater. Last week, the United Nations general secretary, António Guterres, warned that the world faced “climate crunch time”, referring to new data revealing that the crucial 1.5C threshold for global heating was breached over the past year. But the politics of climate action in Europe is lurching in the wrong direction at alarming speed.

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12/06/2024
Swiss lawmakers reject climate ruling in favour of female climate elders

Co-president of the KlimaSeniorinnen says declaration is betrayal of older women

Swiss politicians have rejected a landmark climate ruling from the European court of human rights, raising fears that other polluting countries may follow suit.

A panel of Strasbourg judges ruled in April that Switzerland had violated the human rights of older women through weak climate policies that leave them more vulnerable to heatwaves. Activists hailed the judgment as a breakthrough because it leaves all members of the Council of Europe exposed to legal challenges for sluggish efforts to clean up carbon-intensive economies.

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12/06/2024
Nitrous oxide emissions grew 40 percent from 1980 to 2020, accelerating climate change - noaa.gov
12/06/2024
Southern Florida sees record-breaking storms with up to 8in of rainfall

Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa Bay experienced one-in-a-millennium record rainfall and flash flooding

Florida was hit with record-breaking rain last night, with the entire southern part of the state under a flood watch through Thursday evening.

Cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale experienced the heaviest downpour of the year yesterday between 5pm and 8pm, and almost 4in of rain fell in Sarasota in a single hour.

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12/06/2024
To save the high seas, plan for climate change - Nature.com
12/06/2024
Switzerland's parliament defies ECHR and female climate activists - BBC.com
12/06/2024
Dutton’s surprise climate policy proves he ‘can’t be taken seriously’, Albanese says

PM says opposition leader’s refusal to name a short-term emissions reduction target in line with Paris agreement is calculated to reignite climate wars

Anthony Albanese says Peter Dutton has forfeited his claim to the prime ministership because refusing to name a short-term emissions reduction target shows he is not serious about addressing climate change.

Some Liberal MPs were taken by surprise when Dutton confirmed the opposition would not name a 2030 climate target until after the next election. Moderate Liberals have sought to downplay the significance of the announcement, stressing the party remains committed to net zero by 2050 amid concerns it may hurt the Coalition in seats held by, or under threat from, climate-focused “teal” independents.

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12/06/2024
Acropolis closed during hottest hours in Greece’s earliest heatwave on record

Temperatures expected to reach 43C in Athens and across country, prompting school closures and health warnings

The Acropolis, Greece’s most visited tourist site, was closed to the public during the hottest hours of Wednesday as the season’s earliest-ever heatwave swept the country, prompting school closures and health warnings.

The culture ministry had said the Unesco-listed archaeological site in Athens would close from midday to 5pm (09.00 to 14.00 GMT), with temperatures expected to reach 43C (109F) on Wednesday and Thursday.

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12/06/2024
Fact check: Sugarloaf images do not disprove sea level rise
A viral photo collage from Rio de Janeiro's Sugarloaf Mountain purportedly shows that sea levels have remained stable for 140 years. Why does the mountain seem to have gained instead of lost land mass?


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12/06/2024
India's heat wave hits marginalized Dalit caste
India's unusually severe heat wave has killed more than 200 people and made tens of thousands ill so far. Amid these extreme weather conditions, there are concerns about the country's marginalized people.


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12/06/2024
Study finds Arctic warming three-fold compared to global patterns - Phys.org
12/06/2024
EDF tight lipped about new geoengineering research program - E&E News by POLITICO
12/06/2024
Trees Are Good For Tackling Climate Change, Right? - Forbes
12/06/2024
Opinion | Climate Change and the Environment Need to Be Nonpartisan - The New York Times
12/06/2024
World must not give up on 1.5 C global warming target - Nikkei Asia
12/06/2024
Your Voice Matters on Climate Change - Polar Bears International
Your Voice Matters on Climate Change  Polar Bears International


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12/06/2024
Global heating will increase risk of parasite outbreaks, say South West Water owners

Pennon Group annual report lists dangers to water quality posed by higher temperatures

The owner of South West Water has warned that global heating will increase the risk of outbreaks of the parasite that caused diarrhoea and vomiting in south Devon.

Pennon Group said that “gradual and significant increasing average and high temperatures” could pose “risks to water quality and water treatment” – including the cryptosporidium parasite – in its annual report, published this week.

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12/06/2024
We need better journalism to tackle climate change - The Conversation Indonesia
We need better journalism to tackle climate change  The Conversation Indonesia


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12/06/2024
New study finds human-caused nitrous oxide emissions grew 40 percent from 1980-2020, greatly accelerating climate ... - EurekAlert
12/06/2024
Peter Dutton’s energy policy is a political death wish – and utterly irresponsible in the face of the climate emergency | Ian Lowe

As well as spending billions subsidising fossil fuels, we are spending billions more repairing the damage global heating is doing

Peter Dutton’s proposed energy policy, in the face of our climate emergency, is utterly irresponsible. Not just irresponsible environmentally, but also economically. Given community attitudes, it looks like the silliest political death wish in recent history.

Joëlle Gergis’s recent Quarterly Essay, Highway to Hell, was a frightening reminder of the price we are already paying for climate change. In property damage from floods and fires as well as lost agricultural production, the bills keep rolling in. As well as spending billions subsidising fossil fuels, we are spending billions more repairing the damage global heating is doing. It would be in our direct interest to be urging a rapid increase in ambition from the inadequate Paris targets. Becoming the first country in the world to weaken our response would undermine the growing impetus for a concerted program of action. We should be increasing the rate of decarbonisation, not slowing it.

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11/06/2024
Study finds human-caused nitrous oxide emissions grew 40% from 1980–2020, greatly accelerating climate change - Phys.org
11/06/2024
Cemeteries Can Be Damaged by Climate Change—and Provide Climate Refuge - InsideClimate News
11/06/2024
The Road to Baku, Belém, and Beyond: A 5-Year Outlook for U.S. International Climate Finance - Center For American Progress
11/06/2024
A decrease in radiative forcing and equivalent effective chlorine from hydrochlorofluorocarbons - Nature.com
11/06/2024
Research signals major milestone in cutting harmful gases that deplete ozone and worsen global warming - Phys.org
10/06/2024
Cleaning up cow burps to combat global warming - Knowable Magazine
Cleaning up cow burps to combat global warming  Knowable Magazine


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10/06/2024
Environmental Group to Study Effects of Artificially Cooling Earth - The New York Times
10/06/2024
Study finds natural climate variability impacts Arctic and global warming - Phys.org
10/06/2024
The link between extreme weather and climate change has never been more clear - National Geographic
10/06/2024
Mexico’s new president ran on climate goals. Will she follow through?

Claudia Sheinbaum, a former climate scientist and Mexico City mayor, has often led with politics over the environment

The month before Mexico’s 2 June presidential vote the country was bedeviled by water cuts and blackouts as a record heatwave took the country beyond red and into an ominous purple on the weather map.

As dehydrated monkeys dropped dead from trees, the landslide victory of Claudia Sheinbaum, a climate scientist, might look like salvation. But her record paints a more complicated picture – one where climate convictions have often, and may still, come second to political pragmatism.

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08/06/2024
From parched earth to landslides: crisis in the prosecco hills of Italy

Farmers and researchers tell of the impact of a rapidly changing climate, and the measures being taken to adapt

Paola Ferraro marches through the neat grids of vines that chequer the slopes of Monfumo and rattles off the number of ways violent weather hurts her family’s prosecco production.

Spring frost kills buds, summer hail storms thrash leaves, long droughts starve vines of water, while strong rains spark landslides that drown them in mud.

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07/06/2024
Heat pumps: how to reduce your carbon footprint while saving money this winter

The rest of the world has already fallen in love with the ‘magic’ technology, but Australians are only just starting to catch on

As any Australian who has lived overseas knows, Australia’s houses are uniquely cold. Where residents of other nations enjoy the benefit of stable internal temperatures, Australians are mostly left to endure colder, leakier homes with no central heating that have more in common with open-air tents.

Sweden may have made double glazing on windows mandatory since 1960, and triple glazing may be common in many countries, but Australians have stuck with single. This has much to do with how Australian regulations have lagged – the country only got around to introducing energy efficiency standards into the building code in 2003. Even then, some states like South Australia have, at times, exempted developers from having to comply with national energy efficiency regulations on some projects – a decision that will cost residents more in the long run.

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07/06/2024
‘It’s just too big’: division over plans for UK’s biggest solar farm

Solar projects such as Botley West in Oxfordshire are latest net zero schemes bogged down by local disputes

A few hundred metres from her house, Rosemary Lewis stands at a clearing on a footpath overlooking a tract of rolling hills in the Oxfordshire countryside that could become home to UK’s largest solar farm. With plans to install 2.5m solar panels along an 11-mile (18km) stretch north of Oxford, the Botley West solar farm would be vast.

The proposal is one of 30 large-scale solar projects vying for approval, which could give the UK a much-needed shot in the arm to achieve its climate goals of generating 100% clean electricity by 2035 and reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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07/06/2024
‘All these problems are solvable’: Great Lakes shipping fights to cut emissions

A new, cleaner ship points way as US ports in the region are spending millions on upgrades in pursuit of net zero

It’s just after 9.30pm on a Thursday night in late May when a conveyor belt begins dumping 21,000 tons of road salt into the cavernous hull of the MV Mark W Barker at a dock in Cleveland.

As the first US-flagged freighter to be built on the Great Lakes in nearly 40 years, the 639ft (195-meter)-long ship – launched in 2022 – is the only vessel of its kind in the region powered by cleaner, “tier four” marine engines that meet the federal Environmental Protection Agency rules governing hydrocarbons and particle matter emissions.

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06/06/2024
Climate Change | SIDS - World Bank
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06/06/2024
We're Approaching 1.5 Degrees C of Warming, but There's Still Time to Prevent Disaster - Scientific American
06/06/2024
How is climate change impacting flooding around the world?
What role is climate change playing in extreme rainfall? Will floods get worse as global temperatures rise? These five visualizations will help you understand the connections.


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05/06/2024
Global temperatures smash records for 12 months in a row
May capped a full year of monthly record-breaking temperatures. Globally, rising heat is causing hundreds of deaths, disrupting education and displacing communities.


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05/06/2024
'Hanging by a Thread': U.N. Chief Warns of Missing a Key Climate Target - The New York Times
05/06/2024
Hottest May on record spurs call for climate action | Copernicus - Copernicus Climate Change Service
Hottest May on record spurs call for climate action | Copernicus  Copernicus Climate Change Service


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05/06/2024
Climate change is accelerating faster than ever - Le Monde
05/06/2024
Global temperature is likely to exceed 1.5°C above pre-industrial level temporarily in next 5 years - World Meteorological Organization WMO
05/06/2024
Secretary-General's special address on climate action "A Moment of Truth" | United Nations Secretary-General - un.org
05/06/2024
Global warming surpassed 1.5 degrees Celsius for an entire year - The Washington Post
04/06/2024
Rate of global warming caused by humans is at an all-time high, say scientists - Phys.org
04/06/2024
Debunking eight common myths about climate change - UNEP
04/06/2024
Human-caused global warming at all-time high, new report concludes - Space.com
03/06/2024
Are extreme floods the new normal for Germany?
In southern Germany, dams have burst after days of heavy rainfall, flooding towns and forcing thousands to evacuate. Are floods becoming more severe, and how can Germans better prepare?


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03/06/2024
Climate finance: Preparations for UN climate talks kick off
Negotiators are laying the groundwork for a new climate finance goal ahead of the COP 29 summit in Baku, Azerbaijan.


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03/06/2024
Shipping Pollution Curbs Made Climate Change Worse, Controversial NASA Study Claims - Forbes
03/06/2024
Brazil’s Deadly Flooding Made Twice as Likely by Global Warming, Study Finds - The New York Times
31/05/2024
Declining hydropower in the Middle East blamed on climate crisis
As worsening drought impacts the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, countries from Turkey to Syria and Iraq are dealing both with water stress and struggling hydropower plants.


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29/05/2024
What will EU elections mean for tackling climate change?
The EU has billed its climate policies as trailblazing. But experts say a rightward shift after the European Parliament elections in June could see the bloc backpedal on its green ambitions.


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28/05/2024
Climate | European Environment Agency's home page - European Environment Agency
Climate | European Environment Agency's home page  European Environment Agency


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27/05/2024
Is climate change behind all extreme weather events?
From Cyclone Remal battering Bangladesh and India to tornados ripping through the central US, extreme weather is striking across the planet. What's the cause?


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24/05/2024
How to store summer heat for the winter
It is possible to warm houses in winter using heat generated in summer. What storage technologies are available and how good are they? An overview of four methods.


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23/05/2024
Explained: What causes a tornado?
A deadly tornado hit the US state of Iowa on Tuesday, killing at least five people. How does a tornado form and why is it so difficult to know when one's coming?


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22/05/2024
What is biodiversity and why does it matter?
A diverse array of interconnected living organisms is the foundation of healthy and resilient ecosystems that provide food, shelter and clean air. The loss of a single species can upset the balance.


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21/05/2024
What is greenwashing?
Can you separate the green facts from eco-fiction? It's easy to be fooled by greenwashing. Here's why it is a growing environmental issue.


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19/05/2024
Snakebite researcher steps on vipers 40,000 times
A Brazilian biologist has used a risky method to study snakes' biting habits by treading — gently — on them. But even his special boots didn't save him a dangerous nip from one specimen.


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18/05/2024
Q&A: The Dire Consequences of Global Warming in the Earth’s Oceans - InsideClimate News
14/05/2024
Animal crossing: How wildlife-safe highways stop roadkill
The global roadkill toll is so high that it's threatening whole species and warping the planet's ecology. Some countries are finding creative solutions to make roads and highways safer for animals.


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14/05/2024
Climate Change Indicators: Greenhouse Gases | US EPA - U.S. EPA.gov
12/05/2024
Germany: Tesla protests end with arrests and dismantled camp
Police have filed criminal charges and detained protesters near Tesla's Brandenburg gigafactory. Protesters are waiting to see if the the US carmaker will be allowed to expand the site before taking action again.


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10/05/2024
Climate protesters in their 80s target Magna Carta
The copy of the historic document, kept at the British Library in London, was unscathed. The two protesters were from Just Stop Oil, which organizes similar acts of protest to raise environmental awareness.


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10/05/2024
Poland: Farmers protest against EU climate policies
Polish farmers have held a protest against the EU's Green Deal, which aims to make the bloc climate-neutral by 2050. Politicians from the former nationalist government also joined the demonstrators.


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01/05/2024
Climate Change | US EPA - U.S. EPA.gov
Climate Change | US EPA  U.S. EPA.gov


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27/04/2024
Climate Leaders Debate Goal for Controlling Global Warming - Scientific American
23/04/2024
1.5°C: what it means and why it matters | United Nations - un.org
18/04/2024
Topic: Environment, climate change and security - NATO HQ
11/04/2024
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA - U.S. EPA.gov
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA  U.S. EPA.gov


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08/04/2024
April 2024 Global Climate Report - National Centers for Environmental Information
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04/04/2024
Factcheck: Why the recent ‘acceleration’ in global warming is what scientists expect - Carbon Brief
25/03/2024
Climate change mitigation: reducing emissions | European Environment Agency's home page - European Environment Agency
22/03/2024
Ocean Warming | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
22/03/2024
Global Temperature | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
22/03/2024
Carbon Dioxide | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
21/03/2024
Is the Sun causing global warming? - Science@NASA
Is the Sun causing global warming?  Science@NASA


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21/03/2024
Is it too late to prevent climate change? - Science@NASA
Is it too late to prevent climate change?  Science@NASA


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20/03/2024
Evidence - Science@NASA
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20/03/2024
Scientific Consensus - Science@NASA
Scientific Consensus  Science@NASA


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18/03/2024
What Is Climate Change? - Science@NASA
What Is Climate Change?  Science@NASA


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14/02/2024
What are the effects of global warming? - National Geographic
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