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Tufts sends delegation of students, faculty to annual UN Climate Change Conference – Tufts Daily

Paid Advertisement A delegation of Tufts students and faculty attended the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, from Nov. 6 to Nov. 20. The 27th Conference of the Parties, or COP27, is an annual opportunity for…

Crisis on the Nile: Global warming and overuse threaten Africa’s longest river – FRANCE 24 English

Running from Uganda to Egypt, the Nile is essential to the survival of millions of people living in Africa. But a combination of climate change and human overuse is drying up the river, and worsening conditions for farmers who fear…

The Global South Is Done Playing Mr. Nice Guy – Foreign Policy

The countries of the Global South are furious, and they’re heading to Egypt to vent their ire. From Nov. 6 to 18, representatives from the world’s developing countries will be at the seaside town of Sharm El Sheikh for the…

Africa least guilty of global warming but it suffers the most – The Irish Times

The first conference of the parties (Cop) to the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) took place in Berlin in March 1995. Its purpose was to give clear scientific understanding of climate change and its consequences for our…

Global Warming Puts Arabica Coffee at Risk, and We’re Barreling Towards a Crucial Threshold – Daily Coffee News

Coffee may be a major casualty of a hotter planet. Even if currently declared commitments to reduce emissions are met, our new research suggests coffee production will still rapidly decline in countries accounting for 75% of the world’s Arabica coffee supply. Arabica…

The impact of 1.5 °C and 2.0 °C global warming on global maize production and trade | Scientific Reports – Nature.com

Angélil, O. et al. An independent assessment of anthropogenic attribution statements for recent extreme temperature and rainfall events. J. Clim. 30(1), 5–16 (2017). ADS  Google Scholar  Rosenzweig, C. et al. Coordinating AgMIP data and models across global and regional scales…

Global warming puts Arabica coffee at risk, and we’re barrelling towards a crucial threshold – The Conversation

Coffee may be a major casualty of a hotter planet. Even if currently declared commitments to reduce emissions are met, our new research suggests coffee production will still rapidly decline in countries accounting for 75% of the world’s Arabica coffee…

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