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Couple Gives $100 Million to Conservation of 57,000 Square Miles of African Protected Areas

A South Africa-based nonprofit conservation group that manages 19 protected areas on the continent has secured a donation of $100,000,000. The grant from the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation was pledged to African Parks, which manages parks in eleven African countries One of the largest contributions ever made to conservation in Africa, this commitment will […]

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MBA: Impact of Climate Change on Housing –

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Research Institute for Housing America (RIHA) recently released a report—”The Impact of Climate Change on Housing and Housing Finance“—which shows that climate change will be adding stress to “the complex system of allocating risks across…

U.S. eyes wetland restoration as hedge against climate change – E&E News

Americans have been draining wetlands for farming and development since Colonial times. But climate change may reverse that tide — from destruction to restoration. Federal scientists are studying whether heat-trapping carbon dioxide can be sucked out of the atmosphere and…

IPCC climate science report: code red for humanity says UN Secretary General

“Today’s IPCC Working Group 1 Report is a code red for humanity.  The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable:  greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people…

Mental health could be the next casualty of global warming – The Japan Times

One evening in July, Stephanie Felts was lying in bed trying to process simultaneous climate disasters all over the world. From a crushing Canadian heatwave to U.S. wildfires and flooding in China, the drumbeat triggered memories of a close call…

Health Journals’ editors call for urgent action on global warming – BusinessLine

The editors of health journals worldwide have called for urgent action to keep average global temperature increases below 1.5°C, halt the destruction of nature, and protect health before the UN General Assembly meeting in September 2021, as per the Indian…

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