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‘Rapid stop’ to CO2 emissions needed to limit global warming to 1.5C, says Met Office – The Independent

Human-induced CO2 emissions need to come “rapidly to a complete stop” if the world is to meet its goal of limiting global warming to 1.5C, according to an annual forecast by the Met Office. The forecast said the amount of…

Guest post: How the Keeling Curve will need to bend to limit global warming to 1.5C – Carbon Brief

The Keeling Curve is an iconic graph showing how levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) have been building up in the atmosphere, driving an increase in global temperatures.  However, if global temperature rise is to be halted, the accumulation of CO2…

Younger generations adopting diets that help slow down climate change – Study Finds

GÖTTINGEN, Germany — Finding ways to slow and limit climate change is supported by nearly three in five teens and young adults, according to a recent survey. One of the easiest ways to do this is by following an eco-friendly…

Carbon capture and global warming – BusinessLine

What is carbon capture? Human activities often result in emissions of carbon dioxide. Often, in order to stop or reduce the emissions, we have no option but to stop or reduce the activity itself. For example, if somebody is using…

Here’s How Climate Change Crisis Could Impact Business Operations And Policies In 2022 – Forbes

Polar bear on ice floe. Melting iceberg and global warming. Climate change getty The climate change crisis, which continues to worsen, is expected to have a greater impact on the operations and policies of companies and organizations this year. Here’s…

Sen. Manchin Does Right: Build Back Better Is Dead — For Now

The proponents of the socialistic Build Back Better legislation, which was the centerpiece of President Biden’s legislative agenda, were (and remain) apoplectic over U.S. Senator Joe Manchin’s refusal to support its passage. Sen. Manchin did the right thing for the right reasons – which…

How Barriers To Trade Can Be Barriers To Climate Change Adaptation – Analysis – Eurasia Review

Global warming is expected to dramatically reduce agricultural productivity in hotter parts of the world. This column considers ways to accommodate that change. Hot, poor countries would benefit by shifting away from agriculture into less vulnerable, non-agricultural sectors as temperatures…

How barriers to trade can be barriers to climate change adaptation | VOX, CEPR Policy Portal – voxeu.org

A wide range of evidence suggests that global warming will have major effects on agricultural productivity throughout the world. Analysis suggests that each degree of daily temperature exposure above 30°C sharply reduces the yield of crops such as corn, soybeans,…

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