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News about Climate Change and our Planet

Indigenous

The Caribbean is ‘ground zero’ for the global climate emergency: Guterres – UN News

The Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an immense green protected area covering around 11 percent of the national territory, is recognized for its tabletop mountains and endless biodiversity – some believed to be undiscovered – and remains for…

Climate change and global warming was a price we paid for displacing the tribal from the forestlands – Times of India

Nagpur: Tribal activist Dinesh Sheram, also members of Senate and management council of RTM Nagpur University, sounded grave concerned over the changed climatic pattern, global warming and environmental deterioration. He held the mindless displacement of the tribal responsible for the…

‘Climate change, global warming price we paid for displacing tribals’ – Times of India

Tribal activist Dinesh Sheram, also a member of the senate and management council of Nagpur University, sounded gravely concerned over the changed climatic pattern, global warming and environmental deterioration. He says the mindless displacement of tribals is responsible for the…

Can Phoenix, the hottest city in America, survive climate change? – Yahoo News

PHOENIX — On the downtown streets in America’s hottest city the temperature has hit 109 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s 1 o’clock in the afternoon in late June and the sidewalks are mostly empty, but an elderly woman carrying an umbrella passes…

Politics

Children aren’t the future: where have all the young climate activists gone? | Eleanor Salter

Between 2016 and 2020, children were the vital force at the centre of the climate movement. Youth strikers organised record-breaking mass mobilisations and protests between geography and double maths. In the US, young people from the Sunrise Movement occupied Nancy…

The Great Blue Wall Initiative: At the nexus of climate change, nature conservation, and the blue economy – Brookings Institution

The marine and coastal areas along the eastern shores of Africa contain rich, biodiverse, and under-threat flora and fauna unique for their biodiversity. The region hosts pristine coral reefs, carbon-rich mangrove forests, and sheltered seagrass beds, which support an abundance…

Restoring degraded soil can fight hunger and climate change. – World Economic Forum

Soil mismanagement threatens the survival of many species on Earth – including humans, according to a United Nations body. Restoring degraded farmland has the potential to ease food shortages. Healthy soil is also critical to tackling global warming. The UK…

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