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What Climate Change Means for Central America, With Paul J. Angelo – Council on Foreign Relations

LINDSAY:Welcome to The President’s Inbox, a CFR podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. I’m Jim Lindsay, director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. This week’s topic is what climate change means for Central America….

Mathematical Alarms Could Help Predict and Avoid Climate Tipping Points – InsideClimate News

When New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell published the best-selling book The Tipping Point in 2000, he was writing, in part, about the baffling drop in crime that started in the 1990s. The concept of a tipping point was that small…

Climate Change Is Fueling Migration. Do Climate Migrants Have Legal Protections? – Council on Foreign Relations

Susan Hayward, associate director of the Religious Literacy and the Professions Initiative at Harvard Divinity School, leads the conversation on religious literacy in international affairs.   FASKIANOS: Welcome to the final session of the Fall 2022 CFR Academic Webinar Series….

Australia’s methane emissions, the Global Methane Pledge and COP27

Image: KarryosMethane inventories in select fossil fuel basins (size of bubble = Mt CH4/yr), coverage of satellite data (x-axis, relative to total country emissions) and annual trend rate since 2019 (y-axis). A report on global methane emissions by Karryos shows…

Climate change: Experts blame global warming for the extreme heat – FRANCE 24 English

Issued on: 19/07/2022 – 15:02Modified: 19/07/2022 – 15:17 Climate experts warn that global warming has increased the frequency of extreme weather events, with studies showing that drought and heat waves tied to climate change have also made wildfires harder to…

Republican Drive to Tilt Courts Against Climate Action Reaches a Crucial Moment – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Within days, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court is expected to hand down a decision that could severely limit the federal government’s authority to reduce carbon dioxide from power plants — pollution that is dangerously heating the…

With Record Breaking Heatwaves South Asia 10 Times More Exposed to Global Warming Threats Over Coming Decades – One Green Planet

According to a report, South Asian economies are 10 times more exposed to global-warming threats over the coming decades than the rest of the world.  Heatwaves are nothing new to India, but they are increasingly becoming worse due to climate…

Donors Pledge $41 Million to Monitor Thawing Arctic Permafrost – The New York Times

Climate scientists, policy experts and environmental justice advocates on Monday announced a major project to better understand the contribution of thawing permafrost to global warming and to help Arctic communities cope with its effects. Led by the Massachusetts-based Woodwell Climate…

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