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Global climate strike protesters demand world leaders take action on global warming – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Global climate strike protesters demand world leaders take action on global warming | Honolulu Star-Advertiser By Associated Press | September 24, 2021  ASSOCIATED PRESS Activists participate in a die-in during a global climate strike rally on Capitol Hill in Washington,…

Dozens protest outside city hall over climate change – Valley News Live

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) – Dozens of people marched from Island Park to Fargo City Hall to protest over climate change issues on Friday. The rally’s focus was to pressure elected officials at the city, county, state and federal…

The Coming ‘Climate Crisis’ Shakedown At COP26

“Follow the money!” The old maxim is always sound advice when assessing the motives of those advancing bold agendas for the benefit of mankind. Invariably, the newest progressive idea entails a transfer of wealth from the taxpaying classes of Western…

Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees to cost at least €6 trillion – Consultancy.uk

According to a new report, if the global energy sector fails to rapidly decarbonise and increase its generation capacity, the world will lose the race to net zero. However, with a number of fossil fuels companies currently suing governments for…

Hurricane Ida shows the one-two punch of poverty and climate change – Nature.com

WORLD VIEW 21 September 2021 US President Joe Biden’s environmental-justice adviser says: tackle inequality and global warming together. Catherine Coleman Flowers 0 Catherine Coleman Flowers Catherine Coleman Flowers is founding director of the Center for Rural Enterprise and Environmental Justice…

Potty-training cows to curb climate change: 3 stories you may have missed – Conservation International

Editor’s note: News about conservation and the environment is made every day, but some of it can fly under the radar. In a recurring feature, Conservation News shares three stories from the past week that you should know about. The…

EPA confirms climate impacts are more adverse for racial minorities in the Southwest – Nevada Current

The worst effects of climate change are disproportionately falling on “underserved communities who are least able to prepare for, and recover from, heat waves, poor air quality, flooding, and other impacts,” according to an Environmental Protection Agency report released last…

For a New Generation of College Students, Climate Change Isn’t Political. It’s a Lived Reality. – Sierra Magazine

Last June, an unprecedented heat dome descended upon the Pacific Northwest, smashing all-time temperature records in cities from California to Washington. In Seattle, temperatures soared to 108 degrees on June 28, the highest reading ever recorded there since 1948, breaking…

Dems’ Civilian Climate Corps Fuels Fears Of Green New Deal Army

House Republicans want to ax the Civilian Climate Corps, citing concerns that the New Deal-modeled program will siphon desperately needed workers from the private sector while creating a federally funded battalion of Greta Thunbergs. Democrats on the House Natural Resources…

Study calls for strict limits on oil, coal to curb global warming – WAGM

(AP) – Researchers who estimate how much of the world’s coal, oil and natural gas should be left unburned to slow the increase in climate-changing gases in the atmosphere say even more of these fossil fuels should be left in…

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