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‘Feels like summer’: Warm winter breaks temperature records in Europe – Reuters

Ski slopes deserted due to lack of snow Activists call for faster action on climate change Pollen warning issued as plants bloom early Governments get short-term gas-price respite LONDON/BRUSSELS, Jan 4 (Reuters) – Record-high winter temperatures swept across parts of…

‘Activist’ Steven Guilbeault reflects on 1st year as Canada’s environment minister | Globalnews.ca – Global News

Five days after Steven Guilbeault was appointed Canada’s environment minister in October 2021, he headed to Scotland for the annual United Nations climate talks being held in Glasgow. But Guilbeault, who says he prefers “trains to planes whenever possible,” would…

Sr Patricia Daly obituary: Corporate challenger pushed for responsibility on climate change and social justice – The Irish Times

Born: August 4th, 1956 Died: December 9th, 2022 For nearly a quarter-century, Sr Patrica Daly was the executive director and galvanising force of the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment, a group of religious orders that used the ownership of shares…

Northern hemisphere snowfall data do not disprove global warming – Yahoo News

Social media posts claim record snow cover in the northern hemisphere in November 2022 is evidence against climate change. This is false; experts say a single month’s measurement does not disprove the overall global warming trend, and data show snow…

Northern hemisphere snowfall data do not disprove global warming – AFP Factcheck

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. Social media posts claim record snow cover in the northern hemisphere in November 2022 is evidence against climate change. This is false; experts say a single month’s measurement does not disprove the overall global…

How China, the world’s top polluter, avoids paying for climate damage – The Washington Post

Comment on this story Comment Gift Article In 1992, the United Nations classified China as a developing country, as hundreds of millions of its citizens lived in poverty. A lot has changed since then: China is now the world’s second-largest…

Will Wyoming Face ‘Instant Armageddon’ From Climate Change? – Cowboy State Daily

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter*** By Kevin Killough, energy reporterKevin@CowboyStateDaily.com At the 27th session of the Conference of the Parties, also known as COP27, there was a lot of hand-wringing over global warming passing the 1.5…

UN panel slams ‘greenwashing’ by banks, companies on climate change – People’s World

Environmental activists of Greenpeace and the “Koala Kollektiv” protest against the European Union greenwashing under the Euro sculpture in Frankfurt, Germany, Jan. 11, 2022. | Michael Probst / AP NEW YORK—The next time you see an oil company ad touting…

Where U.S.-China Competition Leaves Climate Change – The Atlantic

The latest round of international negotiations on climate change, which concluded on Sunday, achieved a significant breakthrough by creating a fund to compensate poor countries for damage caused by global warming. But the two weeks of intense haggling at COP27,…

A Clash Over Degrees: How Hot Should Nations Allow the Earth to Get? – The New York Times

SHARM EL SHEIKH, Egypt — At last year’s global climate talks in Glasgow, world leaders, scientists and chief executives rallied around a call to “keep 1.5 alive.” The mantra was in reference to an aspirational goal that every government endorsed…

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