Greta Thunberg to skip COP26 over unfair vaccine rollouts

The 18-year-old activist deplored that by November richer countries would be vaccinating young healthy people 'very often at the expense of people in risk groups in other parts of the world'

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Polar bears forced to forage eggs as warming shrinks hunting grounds

The climate change threat to polar bears is well known, driven by the extraordinary pace of change in the Arctic, which is warming twice as fast as the planet as a whole

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Tropical forest destruction accelerated in 2020

Worldwide, loss of primary old-growth tropical forest, which plays a critical role in keeping carbon out of the atmosphere and in maintaining biodiversity, increased by 12% in 2020 from 2019

via The New York Times
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Global warming fundamentally altering structure of world's oceans

Climate change has disrupted ocean mixing, a process that helps store away most of the world's excess heat and a significant proportion of CO2

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More than 10 million displaced by climate disasters in last six months: Report

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said about 2.3 million others were displaced by conflict in the same period, indicating the vast majority of internal…

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Climate change caused 1,500 deaths in UK during heatwaves, study claims

A new study reveals that at least 1,500 heatwave deaths that occurred in the United Kingdom can be attributed to climate change and the crises triggered by it

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Boris Johnson calls UN Security Council meet for climate change's impact on world peace

The impact of climate change on world peace is an issue on which the majority of the 15 members have divergent opinions

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Scientists unravel mysteries of massive holes forming in Siberian permafrost

The giant crater named C17 in the geoinformation system 'The Arctic and the World Ocean' was created by the Oil and Gas Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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Researchers close in to find drilling spot of Antarctic ice core 1.5 mn years old

After about 10 years of work, scientists at the Australian Antarctic Division are close to finding a place to drill an ice core as deep as almost 3,000 metres

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Boris Johnson and Joe Biden vow to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change

Johnson used his first phone call with the US president to welcome Biden's announcements that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate and the World Health Organization,…

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Signed, sealed and delivered: Climate activist Greta Thunberg features on Swedish postage stamp

Thunberg will join a hall of fame of Swedish personalities, from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Greta Garbo, who have been depicted on the country's postage stamps

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Omanis revive memory of village swallowed by desert

Deserts are expanding all over the world, pushed on by climate change, and affected populations have few weapons to fight back

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Air pollution in India led to 1.7 million deaths in 2019: Study

The findings in this analysis show that while 40 per cent of the disease burden due to air pollution is from lung diseases, the remaining 60 per cent is from ischemic heart disease, stroke,…

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Deadly brain-eating amoeba is spreading in US, scientists issue warning

Naegleria fowleri is typically found in living, breathing people of freshwater, including lakes and streams

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China's biodegradable plastics 'failing to tackle pollution crisis'

China, the world's biggest maker of plastic waste, presented boycotts recently on a few kinds of non-degradable single-use plastics, inciting makers to increase the creation of biodegradable…

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China needs to halve power sector emissions by 2030 to meet climate goals: Study

To half emissions, the world's biggest producer of climate-warming greenhouse gas must shut, retrofit or put into reserve capacity as much as 364 gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power by 2030, around…

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Greta Thunberg to skip COP26 over unfair vaccine rollouts

The 18-year-old activist deplored that by November richer countries would be vaccinating young healthy people 'very often at the expense of people in risk groups in other parts of the world'

Read Article

Polar bears forced to forage eggs as warming shrinks hunting grounds

The climate change threat to polar bears is well known, driven by the extraordinary pace of change in the Arctic, which is warming twice as fast as the planet as a whole

Read Article

Tropical forest destruction accelerated in 2020

Worldwide, loss of primary old-growth tropical forest, which plays a critical role in keeping carbon out of the atmosphere and in maintaining biodiversity, increased by 12% in 2020 from 2019

via The New York Times
Read Article

Global warming fundamentally altering structure of world's oceans

Climate change has disrupted ocean mixing, a process that helps store away most of the world's excess heat and a significant proportion of CO2

Read Article

More than 10 million displaced by climate disasters in last six months: Report

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said about 2.3 million others were displaced by conflict in the same period, indicating the vast majority of internal…

Read Article

Climate change caused 1,500 deaths in UK during heatwaves, study claims

A new study reveals that at least 1,500 heatwave deaths that occurred in the United Kingdom can be attributed to climate change and the crises triggered by it

Read Article

Boris Johnson calls UN Security Council meet for climate change's impact on world peace

The impact of climate change on world peace is an issue on which the majority of the 15 members have divergent opinions

Read Article

Scientists unravel mysteries of massive holes forming in Siberian permafrost

The giant crater named C17 in the geoinformation system 'The Arctic and the World Ocean' was created by the Oil and Gas Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Read Article

Researchers close in to find drilling spot of Antarctic ice core 1.5 mn years old

After about 10 years of work, scientists at the Australian Antarctic Division are close to finding a place to drill an ice core as deep as almost 3,000 metres

Read Article

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden vow to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change

Johnson used his first phone call with the US president to welcome Biden's announcements that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate and the World Health Organization,…

Read Article

Signed, sealed and delivered: Climate activist Greta Thunberg features on Swedish postage stamp

Thunberg will join a hall of fame of Swedish personalities, from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Greta Garbo, who have been depicted on the country's postage stamps

Read Article

Omanis revive memory of village swallowed by desert

Deserts are expanding all over the world, pushed on by climate change, and affected populations have few weapons to fight back

Read Article

Air pollution in India led to 1.7 million deaths in 2019: Study

The findings in this analysis show that while 40 per cent of the disease burden due to air pollution is from lung diseases, the remaining 60 per cent is from ischemic heart disease, stroke,…

Read Article

Deadly brain-eating amoeba is spreading in US, scientists issue warning

Naegleria fowleri is typically found in living, breathing people of freshwater, including lakes and streams

Read Article

China's biodegradable plastics 'failing to tackle pollution crisis'

China, the world's biggest maker of plastic waste, presented boycotts recently on a few kinds of non-degradable single-use plastics, inciting makers to increase the creation of biodegradable…

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2020 on course to become hottest year in the history of mankind

2020 is on course to become one of three hottest years ever recorded in human history, the United Nations said on Wednesday

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More than 3 billion people affected by water shortages: Report

A report titled 'The State of Food and Agriculture 2020:Overcoming water challenges in agriculture' by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations published on Thursday shows fresh…

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93% Brazilians, 91% Indians perceive climate change as severe, survey reveals

A new survey has revealed which country feels more concerned by climate change. Brazilians came at the helm of perceiving climate change as a “catastrophic risk”, when compared to people living in…

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Would you give up 0.25% of your savings to help save the planet?

The global returns project aims to use a small percentage of people’s savings to help groups fighting climate change.

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China needs to halve power sector emissions by 2030 to meet climate goals: Study

To half emissions, the world's biggest producer of climate-warming greenhouse gas must shut, retrofit or put into reserve capacity as much as 364 gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power by 2030, around…

Read Article

Greta Thunberg to skip COP26 over unfair vaccine rollouts

The 18-year-old activist deplored that by November richer countries would be vaccinating young healthy people 'very often at the expense of people in risk groups in other parts of the world'

Read Article

Polar bears forced to forage eggs as warming shrinks hunting grounds

The climate change threat to polar bears is well known, driven by the extraordinary pace of change in the Arctic, which is warming twice as fast as the planet as a whole

Read Article

Tropical forest destruction accelerated in 2020

Worldwide, loss of primary old-growth tropical forest, which plays a critical role in keeping carbon out of the atmosphere and in maintaining biodiversity, increased by 12% in 2020 from 2019

via The New York Times
Read Article

Global warming fundamentally altering structure of world's oceans

Climate change has disrupted ocean mixing, a process that helps store away most of the world's excess heat and a significant proportion of CO2

Read Article

More than 10 million displaced by climate disasters in last six months: Report

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said about 2.3 million others were displaced by conflict in the same period, indicating the vast majority of internal…

Read Article

Climate change caused 1,500 deaths in UK during heatwaves, study claims

A new study reveals that at least 1,500 heatwave deaths that occurred in the United Kingdom can be attributed to climate change and the crises triggered by it

Read Article

Boris Johnson calls UN Security Council meet for climate change's impact on world peace

The impact of climate change on world peace is an issue on which the majority of the 15 members have divergent opinions

Read Article

Scientists unravel mysteries of massive holes forming in Siberian permafrost

The giant crater named C17 in the geoinformation system 'The Arctic and the World Ocean' was created by the Oil and Gas Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Read Article

Researchers close in to find drilling spot of Antarctic ice core 1.5 mn years old

After about 10 years of work, scientists at the Australian Antarctic Division are close to finding a place to drill an ice core as deep as almost 3,000 metres

Read Article

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden vow to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change

Johnson used his first phone call with the US president to welcome Biden's announcements that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate and the World Health Organization,…

Read Article

Signed, sealed and delivered: Climate activist Greta Thunberg features on Swedish postage stamp

Thunberg will join a hall of fame of Swedish personalities, from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Greta Garbo, who have been depicted on the country's postage stamps

Read Article

Omanis revive memory of village swallowed by desert

Deserts are expanding all over the world, pushed on by climate change, and affected populations have few weapons to fight back

Read Article

Air pollution in India led to 1.7 million deaths in 2019: Study

The findings in this analysis show that while 40 per cent of the disease burden due to air pollution is from lung diseases, the remaining 60 per cent is from ischemic heart disease, stroke,…

Read Article

Deadly brain-eating amoeba is spreading in US, scientists issue warning

Naegleria fowleri is typically found in living, breathing people of freshwater, including lakes and streams

Read Article

China's biodegradable plastics 'failing to tackle pollution crisis'

China, the world's biggest maker of plastic waste, presented boycotts recently on a few kinds of non-degradable single-use plastics, inciting makers to increase the creation of biodegradable…

Read Article

2020 on course to become hottest year in the history of mankind

2020 is on course to become one of three hottest years ever recorded in human history, the United Nations said on Wednesday

Read Article

More than 3 billion people affected by water shortages: Report

A report titled 'The State of Food and Agriculture 2020:Overcoming water challenges in agriculture' by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations published on Thursday shows fresh…

Read Article

93% Brazilians, 91% Indians perceive climate change as severe, survey reveals

A new survey has revealed which country feels more concerned by climate change. Brazilians came at the helm of perceiving climate change as a “catastrophic risk”, when compared to people living in…

Read Article

Would you give up 0.25% of your savings to help save the planet?

The global returns project aims to use a small percentage of people’s savings to help groups fighting climate change.

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Top 10 environment-friendly countries in the world

Expats recently rated countries based on environment, and policy surrounding its protection.

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Five countries where environmental activism could get you killed

212 environmental campaigners worldwide were murdered in 2019, making last year the deadliest on record, watchdog group Global Witness reported Wednesday.

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Harsh weather conditions creating menace in times of coronavirus

From floods to storms, countries across the world are facing extreme weather conditions while coronavirus pandemic continues to remain a widespread menace.

Let's take a look:

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In latest sign of climate change, Antarctica snow turns blood-red

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine have posted several pictures of the red and pink streaks slashing across the edges of glaciers and puddlings on the frosty plains.

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