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GOP Midterm Gains Quash Hopes Of US Paying Climate Reparations

Republicans have taken control of the House of Representatives, diminishing the chances of the US delivering on its climate finance pledges. President Joe Biden promised $11.4 billion a year by 2024 to support climate action in developing countries, including an overdue…

Ratcheting of climate pledges needed to limit peak global warming – Nature.com

The Global Change Analysis Model GCAM is an open-source model developed and maintained at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Joint Global Change Research Institute. In this study, we use the version of the GCAM (v.5.3) used in ref. 5 and…

Climate change: still the world’s biggest crisis – Philstar.com

BREAKTHROUGH – Elfren S. Cruz – The Philippine Star November 6, 2022 | 12:00am The world today is facing several crises. There is raging inflation in all the economies of the world and it is becoming more apparent that next…

The Radical Climate Left’s Addiction To Destruction

It was the late English philosopher Roger Scruton who once wrote: ‘Good things are easily destroyed, but not easily created… The work of destruction is quick, easy, and exhilarating; the work of creation is slow, laborious, and dull. That is…

Climate Change for Preschoolers: ‘Octonauts’ Explores Unmapped Ground – The New York Times

Four-year-old Francis Gaskin, who lives with his family in Houston, has a favorite episode of his favorite new Netflix cartoon: When the Amazon rainforest canopy dries up from too much heat, the manic howler monkeys must move into the lower…

Global climate change protests demand compensation ahead of COP27 – Reuters

Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRUSSELS, Sept 23 (Reuters) – Young activists rallied for climate action on Friday, staging protests from New Zealand and Japan to Germany and the Democratic Republic of Congo to demand that…

Sky-High Gas Prices Prompt South Korea To Burn More Coal

South Korean utilities straining under the pressure of pricey gas are turning to cheaper coal to meet surging electricity demand during a power crunch. Companies haven’t been curbing coal power generation since July, ignoring voluntary limits put in place by…

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