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Climate change buzzwords are the ‘in’ thing, but do they really make a difference? – Deccan Herald

Governments are committing to net zero. Sustainable products are being sold to you on Instagram. Banks are pushing ESGs. As climate change gets worse, it seems like everyone wants you to know that they’re doing something about it. But what…

Global warming to hit India the worst in Asia by 2070 – Down To Earth Magazine

Over 9 billion across the world likely to be exposed to annual average temperatures experienced only in the hottest deserts  For over 6,000 years, humans restricted their settlements to a climate niche or set of temperatures between 11 degrees Celsius…

How climate change may shape the world in the centuries to come – Science News

It’s hard to imagine what Earth might look like in 2500. But a collaboration between science and art is offering an unsettling window into how ongoing climate change might transform now-familiar terrain into alien landscapes over the next few centuries….

The Link Between Internet Use and Global Warming – The Wire Science

A view of the data centre at the University of Washington, Seattle. Photo: Taylor Vick/Unsplash On December 12, 2015, the Paris Agreement, a legally binding international treaty on climate change, was brought into effect, with 196 parties resolving to ensure…

School textbooks often lack accurate climate science – Popular Science

The following is an excerpt from Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America by Katie Worth. A middle-schooler who thumbed through the pages of iScience—a textbook that as of 2018 sat on the shelves of a quarter of American…

Climate Promises Made in Glasgow Now Rest With a Handful of Powerful Leaders – The New York Times

GLASGOW — After two weeks of lofty speeches and bitter negotiations among nearly 200 nations, the question of whether the world will make significant progress to slow global warming still comes down to the actions of a handful of powerful…

A 15 Million-Acre Protected Superhighway Near Galapagos Was Just Created to Ban Fishing, Preserve Marine Life

Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso announced at the climate summit, COP 26 in Scotland, an expansion of the marine protections around the iconic Galápagos Islands by 23,000 square miles—nearly 15 million acres. Lasso also announced the creation a protected swimway from Galápagos all the way to Costa Rica, an underwater superhighway refuge for a variety of […]

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Amazonian birds are changing shape in response to global warming –

In the deepest, most pristine areas of the Amazon Forest, birds are isolated from almost any direct contact with humans. Yet, data collected over 40 years in this,  the largest rainforest in the world, shows that even here, birds are…

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