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Climate change sectors heat up

Climate change sectors heat up Sustainable investing has seen considerable growth over the last five years and shows no sign of slowing down, as awareness around crucial sustainability topics continues to grow. We have seen a steady pace in sustainable investm...

Wildfires, thawing permafrost pose new challenge to curb climate change

Wildfires, thawing permafrost pose new challenge to curb climate change According to a study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, thawing permafrost and wildfires pose new challenges to curb climate change as they release gr...

Bitcoiners’ Approach to the Climate Change Fight Isn’t Working – This Might

Bitcoiners’ Approach to the Climate Change Fight Isn’t Working – This Might Tesla giving in on the bitcoin and energy fight doesn’t mean Elon Musk actually believes bitcoin is a net harm for the environment. It just means Tesla has realized this is a f...

Dynamic WHO dashboard for island states highlights barriers and progress on climate change and health

Dynamic WHO dashboard for island states highlights barriers and progress on climate change and health Small Island Developing States (SIDS) face particularly acute health risks as a result of the climate crisis. Warming temperatures, changing precipitation pat...

California’s volunteer ‘Climate Action Corps’ helps fight climate change

California’s volunteer ‘Climate Action Corps’ helps fight climate change A similar program could soon roll out nationwide. In the fight against climate change, California is tapping into an important renewable resource: people power. The state recently l...

The Statistical Secrets of Covid-19 Vaccines

The Statistical Secrets of Covid-19 Vaccines They’re really very good, and they’re the only way out of the pandemic. But a tour through the numbers could bring the vaccine-hesitant into the tent. THE CREATION AND distribution of vaccines against Covid-19 h...

Extreme weather leaves Ethiopian refugees vulnerable in eastern Sudan

Extreme weather leaves Ethiopian refugees vulnerable in eastern Sudan As the rains begin in Sudan, UNHCR and partners race to shield refugees from the risk of flooding. Anna* recalls how just a few days ago she would sigh with relief as she stepped out of the ...

Warming Trends: Chief Heat Officers, Disappearing Cave Art and a Game of Climate Survival

Warming Trends: Chief Heat Officers, Disappearing Cave Art and a Game of Climate Survival A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the global warming frontier. Climate Save or Climate Disast...

Merkel to youth: Build political support for climate action

Merkel to youth: Build political support for climate action BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she understands young people’s frustration about the pace of efforts to combat climate change, but is stressing the need to build political major...

Exxon Blames You for Climate Change

Exxon Blames You for Climate Change Over the past few decades, oil companies have largely shifted away from climate denial. Now, you can see the energy giants openly acknowledge that climate change is happening, but their new messaging tends to leave a bad tas...

Philanthropists and billionaires must walk the talk on climate change

Philanthropists and billionaires must walk the talk on climate change The climate is warming at an alarming pace and we have little time left to slow it down. Politicians, policy-makers, scientists, advocacy groups and other experts have proposed a myriad of s...

How Climate Change Could Make Our Space Junk Problem Worse

How Climate Change Could Make Our Space Junk Problem Worse In the pantheon of climate change concerns, more space junk isn’t high on my list. But apparently it should be. Two striking recent findings show that excess carbon dioxide is messing with the compos...

This is how climate change is impacting the ocean – and what we can do about it

This is how climate change is impacting the ocean – and what we can do about it -The ocean is a massive carbon sink, protecting us from the worst of climate change. -But rising air temperatures are melting glaciers, while warming seas are bleaching coral...

The not-so-drastic truth behind climate change

The not-so-drastic truth behind climate change Ex-US Department of Energy chief scientist Steven Koonin tells Asia Times it’s not clear yet climate change is leading to global catastrophe Dr Steven Koonin, who served as chief scientist in the US Departme...

Fear of climate change rust belt has governments considering carbon border levy

Fear of climate change rust belt has governments considering carbon border levy Federal budget shows Canada looks to back European push for global carbon tax If you thought Canada’s domestic carbon tax was controversial, just wait for its new global equi...

Restaurant-Led Ag Effort Aims to Fight Climate Change

Restaurant-Led Ag Effort Aims to Fight Climate Change A nonprofit is working with Boulder County to support regenerative agriculture projects that can help fight climate change. DENVER (AP) — On an early weekday morning in Longmont, the co-owners of the bout...

French demonstrators demand more action on climate change

French demonstrators demand more action on climate change Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Paris and other French cities to call for more ambitious measures in the fight against climate change PARIS — Thousands of demonstrators too...

Humans have been altering the environment with fire for at least 85,000 years: new study

Humans have been altering the environment with fire for at least 85,000 years: new study UCalgary research team offers key contributions to Yale-led paper A multinational study led by Yale and including a University of Calgary research team provides the earlie...

Donors make it harder for Africans to avoid deadly wood smoke

Donors make it harder for Africans to avoid deadly wood smoke Making the cleanest the enemy of the clean Yvonne kayaya has never seen a gas cooker. In a poorly ventilated room in her home in Kasai, Congo, she stews potato leaves over a charcoal stove no bigger...

The Refugees The World Barely Pays Attention To

The Refugees The World Barely Pays Attention To This month, diplomats from around the world met in New York and Geneva to hash out a pair of new global agreements that aim to lay out new guidelines for how countries should deal with an unprecedented surge in t...

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