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Poland faces first citizen lawsuits over climate change

Poland faces first citizen lawsuits over climate change Five individuals in Poland are taking the government to court over its alleged failure to protect them from the impact of climate change, the first such litigation in the coal-reliant country, legal chari...

Investors holding $41 trillion demand action on climate ? now

Investors holding $41 trillion demand action on climate — now New York (CNN Business)Investors managing more than $41 trillion in assets are loudly calling on world leaders to immediately step up their climate game if they don’t want to miss out on a w...

Pasig River world’s top plastic polluter

Pasig River world’s top plastic polluter The Pasig River as well as 18 other rivers in the Philippines were identified as among the top 50 polluting rivers in the world, a study released by the Rotterdam-based Ocean Cleanup said. Ocean Cleanup is a nonpr...

Middle East heatwave: Temperatures top 50C in several countries

Middle East heatwave: Temperatures top 50C in several countries Oman, Iran, Kuwait and the UAE all affected, as extreme temperatures recorded across the region Four countries in the Middle East saw temperatures surpass 50C at the weekend amid a continuing patt...

scientificamerican.com

Military Operations Will be Strained by Climate Change

Military Operations Will be Strained by Climate Change U.S. adviser says “It is our duty to warn the public about this threat” Militaries around the world could be overstretched as they respond to more intense and frequent climate-driven crises and threats...

aljazeera.com

Climate change ‘sea snot’ killing Turkey’s Marmara Sea

Climate change ‘sea snot’ killing Turkey’s Marmara Sea Mass fish deaths have been observed with environmental experts warning of possible disease outbreak such as cholera. Balikesir, Turkey – Omur Karisik has fished in Turkey’s Sea of Marmara since h...

gizmodo.com

‘Glacier Blood’ Is Our Latest Nightmare

‘Glacier Blood’ Is Our Latest Nightmare The red stains aren’t actual blood, but they’re still a sign of danger. Glaciers in the French Alps look like the scene of a massacre. Normally topped with pristine, white snow, they’re increasingly cov...

reliefweb.int

In dire straits : What climate change means for already vulnerable communities in Burundi

In dire straits : What climate change means for already vulnerable communities in Burundi Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world. It is also one of the least equipped to protect its population against climate-fueled natural disasters. Roughly the...

theconversation.com

Climate change: world’s lakes are in hot water – threatening rare wildlife

Climate change: world’s lakes are in hot water – threatening rare wildlife The Earth’s surface is splotched with 117 million lakes. Some are scarcely more than ponds, while others are so big they can be seen from space. At 395 miles long, 49 miles wide a...

imperial.ac.uk

Imperial and MIT researchers join forces to tackle pollution and climate change

Imperial and MIT researchers join forces to tackle pollution and climate change The winners of the latest Imperial-MIT seed fund have been announced at a virtual reception hosted at the British Consulate in Boston. The researchers from Imperial College London ...

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