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Kerry Urges Global Cooperation, Including From China, on Climate Change

Kerry Urges Global Cooperation, Including From China, on Climate Change WASHINGTON – John Kerry, in Asia on his first trip as the special presidential envoy for climate, is urging cooperation between the U.S. and China, and everyone else, on climate chan...

How Debt and Climate Change Pose a ‘Systemic Risk to the Global Economy’

How Debt and Climate Change Pose a ‘Systemic Risk to the Global Economy’ With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are debating green debt relief. How does a country deal with ...

Climate scientists, what keeps you up at night?

Climate scientists, what keeps you up at night? From atmospheric physicists to urban climatologists, DW spoke to researchers who study the many and varied aspects of climate change about what concerns them most as our planet heats up. What really makes this re...

Climate Change Is A Key Priority To The G20 And Financial Stability Board

Climate Change Is A Key Priority To The G20 And Financial Stability Board Addressing climate-change related risks and how they can impact financial institutions is a significant priority in this year’s Group of 20 (G20) presidency. In a letter sent to the G2...

The Climate Change Project 2021: A Green Future

The Climate Change Project 2021: A Green Future The climate crisis is urgent, and so is the need for communities to begin implementing sustainable solutions to mitigate its effects. Meteorologist and Climate Expert Chris Gloninger speaks with experts about nat...

What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change

What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change Canopies of pink and white flowers are blanketing Washington, D.C., after the city’s cherry trees hit full bloom last week. D.C.’s first cherry trees were a gift to the United States fr...

How Could a House Work in a Post Climate Change Scenario?

How Could a House Work in a Post Climate Change Scenario? Climatic conditions are changing around the world, and with more extreme temperatures and limited resources, architectural and urban solutions must also change. How could our homes look and function eff...

How to combat climate change misinformation

How to combat climate change misinformation The big lies about election fraud will be repeated over and over in the coming months as Congress considers the new For the People Act, the Supreme Court hears voter rights cases and state legislatures debate hundred...

Protect populous coastlines to fight climate change, scientists say

Protect populous coastlines to fight climate change, scientists say Radical new approach could slash global carbon emissions while increasing fish catch, but experts flag implementation challenges in Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea An ocean protection strategy t...

U.S. Treasury’s Yellen vows to work with international climate finance ministers group

U.S. Treasury’s Yellen vows to work with international climate finance ministers group WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. government under President Joe Biden is working closely with the international community to tackle climate change, increase the scale of...

Your Diet Is Cooking the Planet

Your Diet Is Cooking the Planet But two simple changes can help. What’s for dinner? On a planet wracked by rising seas, expanding deserts, withering biodiversity, and hotter temperatures, that’s a fraught question to answer. Food production accounts for ro...

National COVID debts: climate change imperils countries’ ability to repay

National COVID debts: climate change imperils countries’ ability to repay Analysis reveals three ways to boost green investment and achieve a resilient recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Most governments’ astronomical borrowing during the current pand...

Why the World Awaits Biden’s Pledge on Climate Change

Why the World Awaits Biden’s Pledge on Climate Change The U.S. is developing a new goal for reducing greenhouse gases, a required step after President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris Agreement. Biden says America’s new commitment — officially known as a...

Climate change and disease at forefront of global anxieties

Climate change and disease at forefront of global anxieties Survey of 14 countries shows the greatest divergence in views about the environment were in the US People around the world are at least as concerned about climate change as they are about the spread o...

Ignoring climate change is fiscally irresponsible

Ignoring climate change is fiscally irresponsible Recent events in Texas highlight the dangers of climate change. We think more about the heat than the cold when we think of global warming; however, a warming world weakens the jet streams that keep the polar v...

Climate Change Making Allergies Worse

Climate Change Making Allergies Worse A total of 25 million in the United States suffer from some sort of seasonal allergies and it’s that time of the year when flowers are starting to bloom and trees are dropping plenty of pollen making our allergies flare-...

Evers directs millions for climate change initiatives in budget, putting focus on green energy in Wisconsin

Evers directs millions for climate change initiatives in budget, putting focus on green energy in Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is hoping to fight back against the effects of climate change on Wisconsin through millions of dollars for initiatives to reduce greenho...

Thicker-leaved tropical plants may flourish under climate change, which could be good news for climate

Thicker-leaved tropical plants may flourish under climate change, which could be good news for climate How plants will fare as carbon dioxide levels continue to rise is a tricky problem and, researchers say, especially vexing in the tropics. Some aspects of pl...

How the Pandemic Offers Lessons for Taking on Climate Change

How the Pandemic Offers Lessons for Taking on Climate Change Can the lessons learned during the pandemic be used by governments and businesses to prepare for and mitigate the impacts of climate change? This was the question put to a panel of experts at the rec...

CLIMATE CHANGE SLOWED GROWTH IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY

CLIMATE CHANGE SLOWED GROWTH IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY Global agricultural productivity is 21% lower than it could have been without climate change, according to research published in the journal Nature Climate Change on Thursday. The reduction is the equiv...

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