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Drastic emissions cuts needed now to avert multi-century sea level rise: study – Axios

Antarctic ice sheet seen from the air. Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images Only by limiting human-caused global warming to 1.5°C or less, which many scientists don’t consider feasible, can a multi-century melting of the globe’s ice sheets and increase in sea…

World has nine years to avert catastrophic warming, study shows – The Washington Post

Comment on this story Comment Gift Article SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt — Nations will likely burn through their remaining carbon budget in less than a decade if they do not significantly reduce greenhouse gas pollution, a new study shows, causing the…

Booming fossil gas plans undermining already insufficient efforts to limit global warming, report finds – Morning Star Online

A BOOM in natural gas production, triggered by sanctions against Russian oil, is undermining already insufficient efforts by nations to limit future global warming levels, a report revealed today. Plans to increase liquidised and other natural gas output to counter…

An inconvenient truth: Climate change won’t be solved in this desert – POLITICO

This is the inconvenient truth: Governments are undermining the Paris climate agreement just seven years after they signed it. And nearly all the large companies that announced pledges to bring their net carbon emissions down to zero have failed to…

Countries vowed to ramp up climate pledges in 2022. Very few have. – The Washington Post

Last fall, at a high-profile global climate summit in Scotland, the countries of the world embraced what seemed like a significant commitment in the quest to combat climate change. Acknowledging that progress had been too slow, leaders agreed to “revisit…

What Scientists Are Watching at the COP27 Climate Summit – Scientific American

It’s been a year since global leaders renewed their climate pledges at the landmark summit in Glasgow, UK. Next week, they’ll convene again in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, during the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) to carry on…

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