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Updated NDCs set world on track for 2.7 degrees of warming by 2100 – Landscape News

For the latest climate change science, join the Global Landscapes Forum at COP 26 for GLF Climate (5-7 November, 2021). As the world gets ready for the most important climate conference of the year, COP26, governments’ climate targets remain far from sufficient….

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?…

Key moments from decades of climate conferences – Reuters

Oct 25 (Reuters) – This year’s U.N. climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, marks the 26th time since 1995 that world leaders have gathered to confront global warming. But the realization that industrial activity was causing climate change, and discussions about…

Australia’s loyalty to the coal industry puts any concerns over global warming in last place – Digital Journal

Smokestacks belch noxious fumes into the air from a massive coal-fired power plant on the Indonesian coast, a stark illustration of Asia’s addiction to the fossil fuel which is threatening climate targets – Copyright AFP Michele Spatari With COP26 taking…

Prince Charles warns of narrow window to face climate change – Associated Press

LONDON (AP) — Prince Charles issued a warning to the world days before leaders gather in the U.K. for crucial United Nations climate talks, saying there is a “dangerously narrow” window to tackle global warning. The heir to the British…

The Climate Scaremongers: A Weekly Round-Up

Buckingham Palace to disappear beneath the waves  The threat of rising seas is maybe the biggest climate bogeyman of the lot. Last week, Sky News, along with newspapers such as The Daily Mail, ran one of the biggest fake news stories of…

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