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Do You Know as Much as Students Do About Climate Change? Quiz Yourself – Education Week

Climate change is constantly in the news and cemented into our political discourse. Unseasonal temperatures are now part of our obligatory pleasantries about the weather. Despite that, many American adults are confused about what, exactly, is causing climate change and…

Oil Executives Privately Contradicted Public Statements on Climate, Files Show – The New York Times

Documents obtained by congressional investigators show that oil industry executives privately downplayed their companies’ own public messages about efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and weakened industry-wide commitments to push for climate policies. Internal Exxon documents show that the oil…

King Charles III’s climate, environment beliefs are messy – The Washington Post

Listen 7 min Comment on this story Comment Gift Article When King Charles III assumed the throne last week after the death of his mother, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, some commentators were quick to point out that the septuagenarian could be…

Warming Trends: Climate Insomnia, the Decline of Alpine Bumblebees and Cycling like the Dutch and the Danes – InsideClimate News

SCIENCE A Sleep Stressor That Never Fades Away Almost 70 percent of Americans have struggled to fall asleep or stay asleep because of anxieties around climate change and environmental issues, a recent survey found.  The issue seems to be more…

For 110 years, climate change has been in the news. Are we finally ready to listen? – The Conversation Indonesia

On August 14 1912, a small New Zealand newspaper published a short article announcing global coal usage was affecting our planet’s temperature. This piece from 110 years ago is now famous, shared across the internet this time every year as…

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End of rapid Covid test and telehealth subsidies criticised – as it happened

From 1d ago What we learned: Tuesday, 12 July With that, we will wrap up the blog for the evening. We’ll be back first thing tomorrow, with all the latest from Fiji and closer to shore. Here are today’s major…

‘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…

How climate change is scorching South Asia – The New Arab

Global warming represents a threat to economies throughout South Asia, with warnings that in the long term, this phenomenon will reshape the region’s way of life unless world powers act now to stop the climate crisis. South Asia most often…

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