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The true challenge of climate change: We don’t really understand it!

The true challenge of climate change: We don’t really understand it! Climate change is happening and it’s happening now. I’m sure most of us have read, written, or at least heard about the concept of climate change. Scientists worldwide shared research a...

60 Minutes climate change archive: What climate impacts

60 Minutes climate change archive: What climate impacts This week on 60 Minutes, Lesley Stahl reports that climate change is altering some of the world’s prime wine-growing regions. Extreme weather episodes are upending the practices and economics of win...

10 Images That Explain What to Expect From Climate Change

10 Images That Explain What to Expect From Climate Change Although carbon emissions in early 2020 plunged thanks to COVID-related lockdowns around the world, they rebounded quite quickly. As we near the end of 2021, many economies are starting to see carbon em...

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Fact check: Human-generated CO2, not water vapor, drives climate change

Fact check: Human-generated CO2, not water vapor, drives climate change The claim: Human-generated CO2 is an insignificant contributor to climate change The latest United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report was released in August, document...

‘Code red for humanity’: 5 climate change facts

‘Code red for humanity’: 5 climate change facts Effects of human-caused global warming are happening now and will only worsen if action to decarbonise is not urgently taken. As the COP26 climate change conference gets under way in Glasgow on Sunday, world ...

Climate change is supercharging California heat waves, and the state isn’t ready

Climate change is supercharging California heat waves, and the state isn’t ready When a major heat wave hits Southern California, it begins with a jab — a ridge of high pressure builds over Nevada or Mexico and sweeps into the region, bringing scorching te...

Landsat 9 satellite that will watch for climate change launches from Vandenberg

Landsat 9 satellite that will watch for climate change launches from Vandenberg A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket shot the payload into Earth’s orbit. The new satellite replaces Landsat 7. LOS ANGELES — The latest in a series of U.S. satellites t...

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 ...

COA catalyzes national action on climate change

COA catalyzes national action on climate change America’s greenest college is celebrating its 50th year of educating students about the human impact on the planet, and fittingly, College of the Atlantic is officially opening one of the greenest and most effi...

Reversing climate change? What scientists and activists are saying about UN’s ‘code red’ report

Reversing climate change? What scientists and activists are saying about UN’s ‘code red’ report Scientists, activists and environmental groups across the nation were quick to weigh in with their own observations and concerns Monday about the ...

Oil Futures Tumble on Rising U.S. Dollar, New Covid Restrictions in Asia

Oil Futures Tumble on Rising U.S. Dollar, New Covid Restrictions in Asia Energy stocks are set for a lower start, pressured by steep declines in the crude complex while the broader index futures trade mixed to lower on concerns over rising cases of the COVID-1...

What Environmentalism Must Be Concerned About: The Forgotten Issues Of Climate Change – Analysis

What Environmentalism Must Be Concerned About: The Forgotten Issues Of Climate Change – Analysis The IPCC is about to publish, what are called ‘landmark’ report findings on climate change very soon. According to The Guardian, the report states that, “t...

Pacific countries face more complex problems than sinking

Pacific countries face more complex problems than sinking Other effects of climate change are more urgent, more varied and more unpredictable “How does a nation survive being swallowed by the sea?” So went the tagline for “Anote’s Ark”, a documentary...

Pakistan seeks to bring fresh air to polluted cities with 10 billion trees

Pakistan seeks to bring fresh air to polluted cities with 10 billion trees ISLAMABAD, Aug 9 (Reuters) – As Pakistan continues its massive drive to plant 10 billion trees to reduce smog, the country’s prime minister urged his citizens to heed the di...

‘Massive public pressure’ needed to galvanise climate fight: Thunberg

‘Massive public pressure’ needed to galvanise climate fight: Thunberg BRUSSELS: Calling for “massive” pressure to fight climate change after Monday’s (Aug 9) dire report by a UN science panel, activist Greta Thunberg said she plan...

Japan and Singapore launch alternative energy initiatives

Japan and Singapore launch alternative energy initiatives MELBOURNE, Australia — Some Asian countries’ militaries are gearing up for a new energy paradigm amid a perfect storm of security concerns, climate change and the emergence of renewable resource opt...

Where is climate change being felt most acutely?

Where is climate change being felt most acutely? The IPCC report concludes for the first time that humans are unequivocally responsible for global warming, and shows where the impact is greatest Climate catastrophes have come thick and fast in recent months. I...

‘Climate change is going to cost us’: How the US military is preparing for harsher environments

‘Climate change is going to cost us’: How the US military is preparing for harsher environments WASHINGTON — The aftermath of Hurricane Florence dumping 36 inches of rain on North Carolina in 2018 saw three Marine Corps installations flooded, costing tax...

Why China’s climate policy matters to us all

Why China’s climate policy matters to us all China’s carbon emissions are vast and growing, dwarfing those of other countries. Experts agree that without big reductions in China’s emissions, the world cannot win the fight against climate chan...

As violence soars in refugee camps, Rohingya women speak up

As violence soars in refugee camps, Rohingya women speak up‘It has just become unbearable.’ A climate of fear has spread across Bangladesh’s sprawling Rohingya camps as militant groups and criminal gangs compete for control, refugees and humanitarians wa...

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