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Climate change code red: Now 90% of Londoners say they’re worried

Climate change code red: Now 90% of Londoners say they’re worried Britons are ready to embrace the electric car revolution, according to an exclusive new poll — which also showed the vast majority of Londoners are “concerned” about climate change. The ...

ESA and NASA Join Forces To Tackle Global Challenge of Climate Change

ESA and NASA Join Forces To Tackle Global Challenge of Climate Change limate change is, arguably, the biggest environmental challenge the global population faces today. To address this major issue, decision-makers not only need accurate information on how our ...

Five Genuinely Useful Things You Can Do to Fight Climate Change

Five Genuinely Useful Things You Can Do to Fight Climate Change The recent United Nations climate report, which states that humans have heated the planet and the effects of it may be irreversible for centuries, may have you feeling like anything you can do as ...

As heat island effects worsen due to climate change, cities try to adapt

As heat island effects worsen due to climate change, cities try to adapt New trees and lighter pavement are among the cooling measures to help tackle worsening urban heat islands. Buckling roads and melting streetcar cables during the record high temperatures ...

Why climate change could make some places colder

Why climate change could make some places colder As much of the Northern Hemisphere continues to bake in a year of unprecedented heat waves linked to climate change, one paradoxical consequence of rising global temperatures is that some areas of the world coul...

THIS COUNTRY COULD BE WIPED OFF THE MAP BY CLIMATE CHANGE

THIS COUNTRY COULD BE WIPED OFF THE MAP BY CLIMATE CHANGE A new climate report sparks fears for the island nation of Tuvalu The South Pacific country of Tuvalu could be wiped off the map within a few hundred years, according to a new climate report. The deep d...

Climate change: Sweden’s only remaining mountaintop glacier loses two metres in height

Climate change: Sweden’s only remaining mountaintop glacier loses two metres in height The ice sheet on the south side of the Kebnekaise mountain lost its title as Sweden’s highest point in 2019, after a third of it melted. The only remaining mount...

Colorado Developing New Pollution Reduction Planning Standards to Address Climate Change and Air Quality

Colorado Developing New Pollution Reduction Planning Standards to Address Climate Change and Air Quality DENVER – The Colorado Transportation Commission today proposed bold new transportation pollution reduction planning standards that will reduce pollut...

How Much Worse Will Thawing Arctic Permafrost Make Climate Change?

How Much Worse Will Thawing Arctic Permafrost Make Climate Change? Global warming is setting free carbon from life buried long ago in the Arctic’s frozen soils, but its impact on the climate crisis is unclear The permanence of frozen ground in the Arctic is ...

Climate Change Driving ‘Unprecedented’ Warming And Precipitation In Missouri

Climate Change Driving ‘Unprecedented’ Warming And Precipitation In Missouri The planet is warming at a dangerously fast rate, according to a landmark report from the United Nations released this month. Climate change will intensify in the coming decades, ...

Biden’s Climate Advisor Praises SDG&E, Expresses Optimism on Climate Change

Biden’s Climate Advisor Praises SDG&E, Expresses Optimism on Climate Change President Biden’s national climate advisor praised San Diego Gas & Electric’s wildfire preparedness technology Tuesday and expressed confidence that American innovation c...

Braintree, Hingham and Hull receive climate change grants from state

Braintree, Hingham and Hull receive climate change grants from state BOSTON — The towns of Braintree, Hingham and Hull will each receive a portion of $4 million in state grants to combat the effects of climate change. In announcing the grants, Gov. Charlie B...

A Plot Twist for Climate Change, the Power of Occam’s Razor, and Other New Books

A Plot Twist for Climate Change, the Power of Occam’s Razor, and Other New Books Recommendations from the editors of Scientific American Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided Worldby Katharine HayhoeAtria/One Signal, 2021 ...

How new normals shift our perception of climate change

How new normals shift our perception of climate change These articles are must-reads for understanding how the climate is changing and how it is normalized. Anyone who has lived in the same place for a number of years is likely to casually – almost instincti...

New report shows impacts of climate change and extreme weather in Latin America and Caribbean

New report shows impacts of climate change and extreme weather in Latin America and Caribbean Climate change and extreme weather are threatening human health and safety, food, water and energy security and the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. Th...

Media coverage of climate change is becoming less biased

Media coverage of climate change is becoming less biased Newspapers have reported climate change more accurately over the past 15 years. Over the past 15 years, newspapers have been 90% accurate on climate change reporting, according to a study published in En...

Cooling consumerism could save the climate

Cooling consumerism could save the climate Bill Kingdom says the battle against Covid provides lessons in how to cut consumption to ease global warming. Plus letters from Sue Dalley, David Hughes and Dave Hunter In Adam Tooze’s article (By pushing for more o...

Grief and anxiety over climate change drove this 30-year-old to write a letter to his future child

Grief and anxiety over climate change drove this 30-year-old to write a letter to his future child Last year, the American Psychiatric Association reported that about two-thirds of Americans (67%) are somewhat or extremely anxious about the impact of climate c...

CFC ban bought us time to fight climate change, say scientists

CFC ban bought us time to fight climate change, say scientists The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, banning chemicals such as chlorofluorocarbons, has now simulated our “world avoided”. Without the treaty, Earth and its...

Climate change will disrupt supply chains much more than Covid ? here’s how businesses can prepare

Climate change will disrupt supply chains much more than Covid — here’s how businesses can prepare The onset of the coronavirus pandemic caused unprecedented, worldwide supply-chain disruptions, but experts say that’s a drop in the bucket compared with t...

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