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Climate Change: What Are the Economic Stakes? – Claims Journal

Article 0 Comments COP26 climate talks in Glasgow starting next Sunday may be the world’s best last chance to cap global warming at the 1.5-2 degrees Celsius upper limit set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement. The stakes for the…

Morrison Net Zero 2050 Plan a fraud, with plans to double coal exports, new gas expansion

Energy and Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor with ‘Net zero Plan’ slide Prime Minister Scott Morrison accompanied by Energy and Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor announced Australia’s commitment to Net Zero by 2050. But there will be no change to…

Yes, There Has Been Progress on Climate. No, It’s Not Nearly Enough. – The New York Times

As world leaders gather in Glasgow for aUnited Nations climate summit next week, the focus will be on one crucial number: How many degrees hotter will the Earth get? And how do we keep that number as small as possible?…

Explainer: Climate change: what are the economic stakes? – Reuters

Oct 25 – COP26 climate talks in Glasgow starting next Sunday may be the world’s best last chance to cap global warming at the 1.5-2 degrees Celsius upper limit set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement. The stakes for the…

Earliest Prehistoric Art Discovered –And it Turns Out to Be Hand Prints Made by Children 170,000 Years Ago

Written by Matthew Bennett and Sally Christine Reynolds at Bournemouth University. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. The research was published in Science Bulletin. Fossilized footprints, and more rarely, hand prints, can be found around the world; left as people went about their daily business, preserved by freak acts […]

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Australia’s 2030 climate targets for COP26

Source: Climate Council: from Paris to Glasgow report, 21 October, 2021 The Nationals have now given in principle support for Net zero by 2050. But 2050 is so far in the distance it is effectively irrelevant to what commitment and…

How To Build A Climate Workforce In Hawaii – Honolulu Civil Beat

When it comes to climate change, we all approach it with different levels of understanding and lived experiences. Fortunately, the general population has begun to recognize that it is indeed a global crisis, no matter where you live. As an…

Business, Unions, Environment Organisations outline Australian clean energy transition vital for jobs and new export revenues

There has been a range of reports just published on why Australia should accelerate transition and transformation to a clean economy and phase out Fossil Fuels. The Business Council of Australia On Sunday 10 October The Business Council Of Australia…

Cooling with Less Warming: Fighting Global Superpollutants – NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)

Co-Authored with Prima Madan Countries are gearing up to address the climate crisis at the 33rd Meeting of the Parties (MOP33) to the Montreal Protocol next week and the climate summit COP26 in Glasgow later in November. Exactly five years ago, in 2016,…

People Who’ve Tried Psychedelics have Lower Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes

A study has confirmed that the rates of heart disease and diabetes found in users of classic psychedelic substances, like psilocybin or MDMA, are lower compared to the general public. Parsed from data of a survey of 375,000 Americans—with the results controlled for age, gender, marital status, income bracket, education level, race, and use of […]

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