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Earth has 11 years to cut emissions to avoid dire climate scenarios, a report says

Earth has 11 years to cut emissions to avoid dire climate scenarios, a report says The current rate of greenhouse gas pollution is so high that Earth has about 11 years to rein in emissions if countries want to avoid the worst damage from climate change in the...

GSA Seeks Federal Employees Ideas on Equity and Climate Change

GSA Seeks Federal Employees Ideas on Equity and Climate Change The 10x program unveiled new investment opportunities aligned with the Biden-Harris administration’s policies. The General Services Administration unveiled new investment priorities for 10x, ...

Urgency pervades COP26 climate change summit as US grapples with environmental justice

Urgency pervades COP26 climate change summit as US grapples with environmental justice As the Earth warms, strokes and heart disease increase, as does depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Crops fail due to persistent drought, causing farmers in confl...

Terminology of climate change difficult for many to grasp, report says

Terminology of climate change difficult for many to grasp, report says More than 200 million people could be forced out of their homes over the next 30 years due to climate change, according to a new report from World Bank. The report says that most people wou...

Why Is It Essential for Rwanda to Race to Zero Carbon Emissions?

Why Is It Essential for Rwanda to Race to Zero Carbon Emissions? Rwanda is on a mission to help lead Africa towards a much greener future. Africa is already facing the significant consequences of climate change, and will only continue to do so as long as immed...

Medical Journals Call Climate Change the ‘Greatest Threat to Global Public Health’

Medical Journals Call Climate Change the ‘Greatest Threat to Global Public Health’ A collection of leading health and medical journals called this week for swift action to combat climate change, calling on governments to cooperate and invest in the environ...

Why climate change is still the greatest threat to human health

Why climate change is still the greatest threat to human health Polluted air and steadily rising temperatures are linked to health effects ranging from increased heart attacks and strokes to the spread of infectious diseases and psychological trauma. People ar...

New Zealand records warmest winter ever as scientists blame climate change

New Zealand records warmest winter ever as scientists blame climate change The changes were are putting pressure on natural ecosystems and over time, more species would face extinction, experts warn. WELLINGTON, New Zealand — The southern winter that just en...

The case for climate change realism

The case for climate change realism It’s getting harder and harder to communicate the two essential realities of human-caused climate change: that our failure to slow and eventually stop it is contributing to devastating human suffering all over the world, a...

Activists rally in downtown Eugene to raise climate change awareness

Activists rally in downtown Eugene to raise climate change awareness EUGENE, Ore. — Environmental activists gathered in downtown Eugene Tuesday in an effort to raise awareness about climate change. The group says we’re seeing the effects every summer h...

Climate change: Hong Kong must set clear targets, timelines before it becomes too late to avoid weather disaster, experts warn

Climate change: Hong Kong must set clear targets, timelines before it becomes too late to avoid weather disaster, experts warn – City doing ‘too little, too slowly’ despite having talent and technology to lead climate action – Slow progress wit...

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...

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...

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...

Earth’s energy imbalance removes almost all doubt from human-made climate change

Earth’s energy imbalance removes almost all doubt from human-made climate change Researchers studying Earth’s absorption of the sun’s energy found a less than 1 percent probability that the recent changes occurred naturally. For decades, Eart...

Insurance Bureau Underlines Climate Change Report

Insurance Bureau Underlines Climate Change Report A new UN report on climate change is calling it a code red for humanity. The 4,000-page report says the world temperature will go up by 1.5 degrees by 2040. Craig Stewart from the Insurance Bureau of Canada say...

Climate change is leading many Americans to look for new places to live

Climate change is leading many Americans to look for new places to live In a year of mounting extreme weather disasters linked to climate change, more and more Americans say they are experiencing the adverse consequences of global warming and are looking to mo...

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