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Minnesota’s Great Northern arts festival to return with climate change focus – MinnPost

What’s a Minnesota winter without pond hockey? Without ice fishing? A warming planet is prompting a Minnesota arts festival to dive deeper into the cultural meaning of the state’s coldest season. The Great Northern Festival, a yearly celebration of Minnesota winters…

Study shows the world could be on track to mitigate global warming – ESI Africa

Plausible pathways still exist to get on track for well below two degrees Celsius of global warming, if governments and companies take determined action to transition to low-carbon energy technologies, according to the 2022 New Energy Outlook. The report by…

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela Ignores Key Ally Guyana

At the United Nations climate conference in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the U.S. agreed to pay environmental reparations to developing countries. Days later it emerged that the Biden administration would issue a new license to Chevron to resume operations in…

Is liberal governance unable to deal with global threats? – The Conversation

The translated version of the original article in French has been updated to include the authors’ comments on COP27. Since the Rio de Janeiro Declaration of 1992, government representatives have flocked to one Conferences of the Parties (COP) after the…

For Many, the Global Warming Confab That Rose in the Egyptian Desert Was a Mirage – InsideClimate News

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt—The madness of COP27 started at the airport, where 50 diesel buses idled under the hot sun with doors wide open and air conditioners blasting until they headed out, often with just a handful of attendees aboard, delivering…

Remains of Prehistoric BBQ Suggests Dinner was Served 780,000 Years Ago–600,000 Years Earlier than we Thought

A whopping 780,000 years ago, early humans sat down in front of a roaring fire for a BBQ of carp fish in what’s modern-day Israel. The remains of their meal, now discovered by archeologists, pushes back the confirmed date of the first known use of fire for cooking by 600,000 years, back into the earliest […]

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How ‘warming stripes’ became the new symbol of global warming – Malay Mail

LONDON, Nov 23 — You’ve probably already seen them on a placard at a climate march, on television on a US senator’s badge, at Fashion Week or even on a football player’s jersey. Now famous, these so-called ‘warming stripes’ have…

How ‘warming stripes’ became the new symbol of global warming – Forbes India

‘Warming stripes’ have become the new symbol representing global warming. ‘Warming stripes’ have become the new symbol representing global warming. Image: Ed Hawkins / University of Reading You’ve probably already seen them on a placard at a climate march, on…

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