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What 2021 looked like for global climate change – The Indian Express

This year was a mixed bag for climate activists. There were devastating weather events that highlighted the dangers of a rapidly warming planet. Lockdown-induced blue skies and clear air that showed the potential for a cleaner future. Ambitious plans bookending…

Move boldly to reduce greenhouse gases, perhaps tax carbon, Climate Envoy John Kerry says –

The world must move boldly over the next decade to reduce greenhouse gases in hopes of keeping global warming at manageable levels, and that might require a return to taxing companies responsible for carbon dioxide emissions, U.S. Climate Envoy John…

Global warming of 3C could cost $1.6 trillion a year in lost labour – Reuters

BEIRUT, Dec 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Global warming of 3 degrees Celsius could cost as much as $1.6 trillion each year in lost labour productivity as even the coolest hours of the day start posing major health risks to…

Forests: an unrecognized force for adaptation to climate change – Landscape News

In early August 2021, scientist Houria Djoudi watched as wildfires blazed through her home country Algeria, turning the forests and landscapes of her childhood into ash. Trees that sustained the local people went up in flames across 100,000 acres, taking…

Opinion | Why Times Opinion Is Sounding the Climate Change Alarm – The New York Times

This article also appears in the Opinion Today newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it in your inbox each weekday morning. So many of the conversations about global warming focus on the direst consequences, projected far into the…

Scientists Excited by Odd Fish Sounds Recorded in a Restored Coral Reef—the Coolest Thing You’ll Hear All Week

Few things are better than a natural mystery—and the rich diversity of chirps, croaks, and chit-chat captured in a recent recording at a newly-restored coral reef has delighted marine biologists with its audible mystery. The recordings, made three years after a massive rebuilding of coral reef on a 10-acre plot in Indonesia, revealed an oceanic […]

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