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New study reveals heatwaves affect developing countries the most, increases global inequality – WION

A report released on Friday (October 28) revealed that intensified heatwaves caused due to climate change has caused the world economy trillions of dollars over the past 30 years, with developing nations bearing the costs.  The report comes just days…

By David Wallace-Wells – The New York Times

You can never really see the future, only imagine it, then try to make sense of the new world when it arrives. Just a few years ago, climate projections for this century looked quite apocalyptic, with most scientists warning that…

To Ease the Climate Crisis, First Figure Out What Works – The New York Times

This article is part of Climate Solutions, a special report on efforts to make a difference, coinciding with The New York Times Climate Forward conference and Climate Week NYC. For Esther Duflo, a worrying sign of how wealthy nations will…

‘Doomism’ or Reality? Divided Over Its Message, the Climate Movement Seeks Balance – InsideClimate News

Students, activists and demonstrators hold placards during a worldwide climate strike against governmental inaction towards climate breakdown and environmental pollution on Sept. 27, 2019 in Lausanne, western Switzerland. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images Hope is a scarce commodity these…

Global Warming has Devastating Effects on Sleep, Study Finds – Sleepopolis

Side view o man sleeping on floor near open fridge at night Trying to sleep during a heatwave or just in a hot room, can be uncomfortable and insomnia-inducing. But a new study reveals that people around the world are…

Benefits of ‘drastic’ climate action outweigh costs: economists – CTV News

PARIS — The cost of global warming will far outweigh the cost of rapidly cutting greenhouse gas emissions, more than 700 economists from around the world said Tuesday in an unprecedented call to climate action. A major international survey found…

Cutting gas emissions outweighs costs of global warming: economists | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

The cost of global warming will far outweigh the cost of rapidly cutting greenhouse gas emissions, more than 700 economists from around the world said Tuesday in an unprecedented call to climate action. A major international survey found that nearly…

New Study Disputes That Earth Is In A ‘Climate Emergency’

There is no “climate emergency,” according to a study for the Global Warming Policy Foundation by independent scientist Dr. Indur Goklany. Goklany concludes: While climate may have changed for the warmer: • Most extreme weather phenomena have not become more extreme,…

Three Scenarios for the Future of Climate Change – The New Yorker

The events of the next several millennia hinge on actions that will be taken by the time today’s toddlers reach adulthood.Photograph by Raphael Neal / Agence VU / Redux Like millions of other Americans, I first learned about climate change…

The Tipping Point

Single use for Image by mark harpurImagine a world where transport is free, air is clean, and streets are quiet. Imagine a world where education is attainable, power available, and healthcare accessible to all. Imagine a world where the cost of living goes down instead of up. Now stop imagining and watch this talk by Tony Seba

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