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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…

Analysis | Bills in blue states target the fossil fuel industry for climate damage – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load Good morning and welcome to The Climate 202! We hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend. Today in bizarre climate news, we’re reading about how a man disguised as an old woman threw cake…

As Earth’s temperature rises, Massachusetts residents’ sense of urgency on climate change declines – The Boston Globe

Despite increasingly urgent international warnings and an onslaught of catastrophic wildfires and weather linked to global warming, fewer Massachusetts residents see the climate crisis as a very serious concern than they did three years ago, according to a new poll….

Youth Activist Uses Art to Educate Her Community About Climate Change – State of the Planet

by Christina Deodatis and Cassie Xu |January 27, 2022 At the Columbia Climate School, we are deeply committed to engaging future generations of students in conversations about climate change. We believe that youth are among the strongest voices for social…

Lisa Goddard: Led Global Efforts to Advance Near-Term Climate Forecasting – Columbia University

Lisa Goddard: Led Global Efforts to Advance Near-Term Climate Forecasting Decades of Projects Aimed at Aiding Developing-World Agriculture, Public Health, Energy, Emergency Planning Over the course of more than 25 years, atmospheric and ocean scientist Lisa Goddard was at the…

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World’s poorest bear brunt of climate crisis: 10 underreported emergencies

From Afghanistan to Ethiopia, about 235 million people worldwide needed assistance in 2021. But while some crises received global attention, others are lesser known. Humanitarian organisation Care International has published its annual report of the 10 countries that had the…

In N.Y., battling climate change means killing 1000 trees – E&E News

NEW YORK — After years of planning by city officials, New Yorkers got a close-up glimpse of the trade-offs inherent in the fight against climate change when crews this month began cutting down the first of a thousand trees targeted…

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Climate change news coverage reached all-time high, language to describe it shifting – CU Boulder Today

United States news coverage of climate change reached an all-time high in October and November, according to recent data from the Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO), an international, multi-university collaboration based at the University of Colorado Boulder. Monitoring stories…

Climate change news coverage reached all-time high, language to describe it shifting – CU Boulder Today

United States news coverage of climate change reached an all-time high in October and November, according to recent data from the Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO), an international, multi-university collaboration based at the University of Colorado Boulder. Monitoring stories…

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