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Sen. Cory ‘Save The Whales’ Booker Silent On NJ Whale Deaths, Offshore Wind

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., has been silent on the recent surge in whale deaths along the coastlines of his home state New Jersey and a handful of other East Coast states despite his previous advocacy for whale protections. Booker’s office…

Color Us Connected: Encountering climate change at home and … – Seacoastonline.com

Guy Trammell Jr. and Amy Miller This column appears every other week in Foster’s Daily Democrat and the Tuskegee News. Given that this is mostly what the world is focused on right now, Guy Trammell, an African-American man from Tuskegee,…

Warming waters are driving Bering Sea crashes, but Alaska’s fishing … – Alaska Beacon

Billions of snow crab disappeared from the Bering Sea in the past few years — a crash that’s devastated Alaska’s crab fishing fleet and a harvest that just two years ago was worth $130 million. Bycatch didn’t kill them. But…

CNBC Claims Climate Change Hurting Cambodia’s Crops. It’s Not

A story published by CNBC claims climate change is damaging Cambodia’s crops by making it hard for farmers and fishers to pay back loans they’ve taken out against their assets. This is false. Some Cambodian farmers and fishers may be…

What Climate Change Means for Central America, With Paul J. Angelo – Council on Foreign Relations

LINDSAY:Welcome to The President’s Inbox, a CFR podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. I’m Jim Lindsay, director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. This week’s topic is what climate change means for Central America….

Hit by climate change, farmers in Cambodia are risking everything on microfinance loans – CNBC

The “microfinance” industry — long touted as a way to help poor, rural communities in developing countries — is pushing tens of thousands of farming families into debt traps as they attempt to adapt to a changing climate, according to…

The Montreal Moment for Biodiversity: Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework adopted

Final COP15 Decision Plenary at Montreal The  Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, due to the pandemic, has been four years in the making, was finally adopted in Montreal in the early hours of the morning on the 19th December 2022.  This…

EU agrees CO2 tax on heating and transport fuels, softened by new social climate fund – EURACTIV

EU legislators agreed early on Sunday (18 December) to introduce a carbon price on buildings and road transport fuels, with a new €87-billion social climate fund established in parallel to cushion the impact on households and help them invest in…

Where are we with global warming? | Johnston Sun Rise – Johnston Sun Rise

To refresh our collective memories limiting the earth’s warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 Fahrenheit) has been the goal of climate advocates globally. The problem is we have already warmed by more than 1.1 degrees Celsius (2 degrees Fahrenheit) above…

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