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Local & Area News, Sports, & Weather » COP26: These are the young activists taking the fight against global warming by storm – weisradio.com

piyaset/iStock (NEW YORK) — Young people are taking climate action into their own hands as distrust over lawmakers’ ability to tackle global warming continues to grow. Children and young adults are experiencing “widespread” psychological distress over government handling of the…

COP26: These are the young activists taking the fight against global warming by storm – ABC News

Young people are taking climate action into their own hands as distrust over lawmakers’ ability to tackle global warming continues to grow. Children and young adults are experiencing “widespread” psychological distress over government handling of the looming climate crisis, according…

Scientists warn against global warming effect of hydrogen leaks – EURACTIV

Scientists have warned that hydrogen could be a significant “indirect” contributor to the greenhouse effect when it leaks through infrastructure and interacts with methane in the atmosphere. Last year, the European Commission presented a hydrogen strategy, saying that clean hydrogen…

The cost of changes in energy use in a warming world – Nature.com

NEWS AND VIEWS 13 October 2021 How will global energy usage change as Earth warms? Modelling now suggests that there will be a modest net decrease in energy consumption — but probably at the expense of human well-being in many…

Warming Trends: A Delay in Autumn Leaves, More Bad News for Corals and the Vicious Cycle of War and Eco-Des… – InsideClimate News

SCIENCE The Terrible Link Between Conflict and Environmental Assault War and ecological degradation often go hand in hand and, after 20 years of unrelenting conflict, Afghanistan faces the most dire ecological threats of any country, according to a new report. …

The horror of climate change in the west – Daily Pioneer

Before the fresh Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report stirred all the minds concerned with the future of the planet, the mercury had reached 46.6 °C in the village of Lytton in the province of British Columbia in Canada,…

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The climate advocates who say Harvard’s oil divestment is a mistake

Even as climate activists celebrated Harvard University’s promise to cleanse its multibillion-dollar investment fund of holdings in fossil fuel companies last week, others dedicated to the fight against the climate crisis wondered if the real winner was the oil industry….

Harvard names vice provost for climate and sustainability

James H. Stock, a Harvard professor and economist known for his expertise on energy and environmental policy, has been named the University’s inaugural vice provost for climate and sustainability.

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