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The Caribbean is ‘ground zero’ for the global climate emergency: Guterres – UN News

The Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an immense green protected area covering around 11 percent of the national territory, is recognized for its tabletop mountains and endless biodiversity – some believed to be undiscovered – and remains for…

Climate change: The ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming – Times of India

“What makes climate change difficult is that it is not an instantaneous catastrophic event, it’s a slow-moving issue that, on a day-to-day basis, people don’t experience and don’t see.”- During one of the interviews, Barack Obama, Ex-President, USA drew attention…

Global Warming And The Future Of Food – Modern Diplomacy

With one in eight people worldwide threatened by a lethal heat wave in South Asia that’s already taken close to 100 lives, it’s time we recognize that the climate crisis is a health crisis. This is not an isolated issue….

BC climate news roundup for June 20 to June 26 – Vancouver Sun

Article content Here’s your weekly update with what you need to know about global climate change and the steps B.C. is taking to address the climate and ecological crises for the week of June 20 to June 26, 2022. Article…

The Great Blue Wall Initiative: At the nexus of climate change, nature conservation, and the blue economy – Brookings Institution

The marine and coastal areas along the eastern shores of Africa contain rich, biodiverse, and under-threat flora and fauna unique for their biodiversity. The region hosts pristine coral reefs, carbon-rich mangrove forests, and sheltered seagrass beds, which support an abundance…

Fight over Damages Threatens to Derail Climate Negotiations – Scientific American

CLIMATEWIRE | Less than six months before world leaders gather in Egypt for the next round of global climate talks, officials have made little progress in addressing one of the most contentious points of negotiations — support for countries that…

‘Mountainous countries face acute peril from climate change’ – The Independent

The head of one of the mountainous nations of central Asia has called on the world not to ignore countries like his hit by the consequence of global warming and the damage done to livelihoods and the local environment as…

Study: Climate Change Will Affect Wave-Driven Coastal Erosion – The Maritime Executive

Pixabay file image Published Jun 19, 2022 10:14 PM by The Conversation [By Thomas Mortlock, Adrean Webb, Itxaso Oderiz, Nobuhito Mori, Rodolfo Silva and Tomoya Shimura] The world’s coastlines are at the forefront of climate change. That’s because they’re constantly…

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