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Updated NDCs set world on track for 2.7 degrees of warming by 2100 – Landscape News

For the latest climate change science, join the Global Landscapes Forum at COP 26 for GLF Climate (5-7 November, 2021). As the world gets ready for the most important climate conference of the year, COP26, governments’ climate targets remain far from sufficient….

Former Japanese Prime Minister Says Global Warming Has Made Rice ‘Tastier’ – Newsweek

Former Prime Minister Taro Aso says that he believes global warming has improved the quality of rice in Japan. On Monday, while giving a speech in the Hokkaido city of Otaru for a Liberal Democratic Party candidate, Aso stated that…

Solar And Wind Are Forcing Poverty On Africa

Africa can’t sacrifice its future prosperity for Western climate goals. The continent should balance its energy mix, not rush straight toward renewables—even though that will likely frustrate some of those gathering at next week’s global climate conference in Glasgow. My…

Global warming is a public health crisis – Earth.com

According to this year’s Lancet Countdown on health and climate change report, there is currently an unabated rise in the health impacts of climate change, and a delayed and inconsistent response of countries around the world. The report is an…

How To Build A Climate Workforce In Hawaii – Honolulu Civil Beat

When it comes to climate change, we all approach it with different levels of understanding and lived experiences. Fortunately, the general population has begun to recognize that it is indeed a global crisis, no matter where you live. As an…

Australia’s loyalty to the coal industry puts any concerns over global warming in last place – Digital Journal

Smokestacks belch noxious fumes into the air from a massive coal-fired power plant on the Indonesian coast, a stark illustration of Asia’s addiction to the fossil fuel which is threatening climate targets – Copyright AFP Michele Spatari With COP26 taking…

Istanbul Improves the Lives of its Thousands of Stray Cats with Elaborate Outdoor Cat Houses

In Istanbul, a city of 15 million people that’s famous for its relaxed attitude towards stray cats, groups of volunteers build elaborate houses for their feline neighbors. There, cats can find donated food and toys, cushions and boxes to keep them out of harsh weather, and even a new owner if they’re lucky. It all […]

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How Russia Is Cashing In on Climate Change – The New York Times

PEVEK, Russia — A refurbished port. A spanking new plant to generate electricity. Repaved roads. And money left over to repair the library and put in a new esplanade along the shore of the Arctic Ocean. Globally, the warming climate…

Two reports suggest 1.5C target for global warming is hanging by a thread – The Irish Times

Expectation is building for next month’s Cop26 climate talks in Glasgow, with the mantra of many climate activists – “keep 1.5 degrees alive” – getting louder by the day. Keeping global warming to within 1.5 degrees is the key target…

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