A carbon calculation: How many deaths do emissions cause?

Almost all of the deaths will occur in regions hotter and poorer than US, areas from which global emissions are less significant, though they are more severely affected by the climate disasters…

via The New York Times
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'Savannafication': Brace yourself for new climate lingo that boggles the mind

One of the annoying things about global warming, besides the likelihood it will ravage life on Earth, is all the new words we are expected to learn in order to track our descent into climate chaos…

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White patches: Heatwave causes unlivable water temperatures for salmon, claims NGO

NGO used a video to shed light on the problems faced by salmon, shows injuries brought on by stress from the recent heatwave

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Earth's 'vital signs' are worsening due to climate change, scientists warn

Earth's vital signs are currently worsening owing to factors linked to climate change. What are these vital signs? And what does this mean for the planet's future. Find out inside

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Climate cataclysms set stage for key UN science report

In the haze of record heat, wildfires, and crippling droughts, any remaining doubts about global warming's increasing pace and its nearly entirely human origins have since dissipated

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Why are climate 'mysteries' puzzling world's leading scientists?

Heatwaves are one of the 'major mysteries' science still has to unravel even as researchers are able to pinpoint with increasing accuracy exactly how human fossil fuel pollution is warming the…

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Red meat increases risk of heart diseases by 18%: Study

Researchers recommend that red meat and processed meat should be cut by three-quarters, or avoided entirely, in order to lower the risk of coronary heart disease

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'Change spending habits': Study reveals that men are worse for the planet

When taking action against climate change, gender differences in emissions should be considered, according to researchers

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Climate crisis, overfishing threaten access to nutrients in fish

Research highlights that globally 1 billion people rely on fish and seafood as their primary source of protein. Also, fish is a key source of micronutrients

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Despite recent recovery, Great Barrier Reef may not be able to survive climate change

The Great Barrier Reef has shown signs of recovery over the last year. But scientists believe such windows of damage reversal may not be enough. Find out why

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Expert says warming link to Europe floods 'plausible'

The question that arises here, is global warming responsible for all of these different, isolated events across the world

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Many leaders slept on climate crisis. Will they act on what they feel on their skins now?

Scientists have warned that failure to curb the world’s still-growing emissions could lead to crises from food and water shortages to worsening weather disasters and sea-level rise

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One shot dead in Iran water shortage protests: State media

IRNA reports that the demonstrator was killed in Shadegan, a town in the Khuzestan province

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Battle for Arctic dominance: Russia races to build giant ice-breakers

Russia is building a military base in the Arctic region to control the routes and resources near the North Pole.

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Thousands of flamingos found dead in Turkey, alarming environmentalists

Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Bekir Pakdemirli said that the initial analysis showed the flamingos were not poisoned

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Now, Champagne vineyards hit by fungus due to climate change

The most prestigious of the world's sparkling wines, Champagne accounts for just nine percent of global sparkling wine consumption, but 33 percent of its value

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A carbon calculation: How many deaths do emissions cause?

Almost all of the deaths will occur in regions hotter and poorer than US, areas from which global emissions are less significant, though they are more severely affected by the climate disasters…

via The New York Times
Read Article

'Savannafication': Brace yourself for new climate lingo that boggles the mind

One of the annoying things about global warming, besides the likelihood it will ravage life on Earth, is all the new words we are expected to learn in order to track our descent into climate chaos…

Read Article

Best places to survive amid global societal collapse

What would you do if there is a global collapse of society as we know it, or more importantly where would you go in such a scenario?

Read Article

White patches: Heatwave causes unlivable water temperatures for salmon, claims NGO

NGO used a video to shed light on the problems faced by salmon, shows injuries brought on by stress from the recent heatwave

Read Article

Earth's 'vital signs' are worsening due to climate change, scientists warn

Earth's vital signs are currently worsening owing to factors linked to climate change. What are these vital signs? And what does this mean for the planet's future. Find out inside

Read Article

Climate cataclysms set stage for key UN science report

In the haze of record heat, wildfires, and crippling droughts, any remaining doubts about global warming's increasing pace and its nearly entirely human origins have since dissipated

Read Article

Why are climate 'mysteries' puzzling world's leading scientists?

Heatwaves are one of the 'major mysteries' science still has to unravel even as researchers are able to pinpoint with increasing accuracy exactly how human fossil fuel pollution is warming the…

Read Article

Red meat increases risk of heart diseases by 18%: Study

Researchers recommend that red meat and processed meat should be cut by three-quarters, or avoided entirely, in order to lower the risk of coronary heart disease

Read Article

'Change spending habits': Study reveals that men are worse for the planet

When taking action against climate change, gender differences in emissions should be considered, according to researchers

Read Article

Climate crisis, overfishing threaten access to nutrients in fish

Research highlights that globally 1 billion people rely on fish and seafood as their primary source of protein. Also, fish is a key source of micronutrients

Read Article

Despite recent recovery, Great Barrier Reef may not be able to survive climate change

The Great Barrier Reef has shown signs of recovery over the last year. But scientists believe such windows of damage reversal may not be enough. Find out why

Read Article

Expert says warming link to Europe floods 'plausible'

The question that arises here, is global warming responsible for all of these different, isolated events across the world

Read Article

Many leaders slept on climate crisis. Will they act on what they feel on their skins now?

Scientists have warned that failure to curb the world’s still-growing emissions could lead to crises from food and water shortages to worsening weather disasters and sea-level rise

Read Article

One shot dead in Iran water shortage protests: State media

IRNA reports that the demonstrator was killed in Shadegan, a town in the Khuzestan province

Read Article

Battle for Arctic dominance: Russia races to build giant ice-breakers

Russia is building a military base in the Arctic region to control the routes and resources near the North Pole.

Read Article

Thousands of flamingos found dead in Turkey, alarming environmentalists

Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Bekir Pakdemirli said that the initial analysis showed the flamingos were not poisoned

Read Article

Parts of the Amazon go from absorbing carbon dioxide to emitting it

Deforestation and an accelerating warming trend have contributed to change in the carbon balance, which is most severe in the southeastern region of the Amazon where there are both rising…

via The New York Times
Read Article

Australia to take ambassadors snorkelling to save Great Barrier Reef status

The United Nations cultural agency last month recommended that the world's largest reef system, and a jewel in Australia's tourism crown, be downgraded because of damage to the corals, chiefly…

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‘Invisible Demons’ comes from fear when you’re melting, says Indian docu maker Rahul Jain about his Cannes entry

Indian documentary filmmaker Rahul Jain hopes that his film reaches far and wide as the dialogue around climate change—now stronger than ever—needs more visibility in mainstream media. This is his…

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Now, Champagne vineyards hit by fungus due to climate change

The most prestigious of the world's sparkling wines, Champagne accounts for just nine percent of global sparkling wine consumption, but 33 percent of its value

Read Article

A carbon calculation: How many deaths do emissions cause?

Almost all of the deaths will occur in regions hotter and poorer than US, areas from which global emissions are less significant, though they are more severely affected by the climate disasters…

via The New York Times
Read Article

'Savannafication': Brace yourself for new climate lingo that boggles the mind

One of the annoying things about global warming, besides the likelihood it will ravage life on Earth, is all the new words we are expected to learn in order to track our descent into climate chaos…

Read Article

White patches: Heatwave causes unlivable water temperatures for salmon, claims NGO

NGO used a video to shed light on the problems faced by salmon, shows injuries brought on by stress from the recent heatwave

Read Article

Earth's 'vital signs' are worsening due to climate change, scientists warn

Earth's vital signs are currently worsening owing to factors linked to climate change. What are these vital signs? And what does this mean for the planet's future. Find out inside

Read Article

Climate cataclysms set stage for key UN science report

In the haze of record heat, wildfires, and crippling droughts, any remaining doubts about global warming's increasing pace and its nearly entirely human origins have since dissipated

Read Article

Why are climate 'mysteries' puzzling world's leading scientists?

Heatwaves are one of the 'major mysteries' science still has to unravel even as researchers are able to pinpoint with increasing accuracy exactly how human fossil fuel pollution is warming the…

Read Article

Red meat increases risk of heart diseases by 18%: Study

Researchers recommend that red meat and processed meat should be cut by three-quarters, or avoided entirely, in order to lower the risk of coronary heart disease

Read Article

'Change spending habits': Study reveals that men are worse for the planet

When taking action against climate change, gender differences in emissions should be considered, according to researchers

Read Article

Climate crisis, overfishing threaten access to nutrients in fish

Research highlights that globally 1 billion people rely on fish and seafood as their primary source of protein. Also, fish is a key source of micronutrients

Read Article

Despite recent recovery, Great Barrier Reef may not be able to survive climate change

The Great Barrier Reef has shown signs of recovery over the last year. But scientists believe such windows of damage reversal may not be enough. Find out why

Read Article

Expert says warming link to Europe floods 'plausible'

The question that arises here, is global warming responsible for all of these different, isolated events across the world

Read Article

Many leaders slept on climate crisis. Will they act on what they feel on their skins now?

Scientists have warned that failure to curb the world’s still-growing emissions could lead to crises from food and water shortages to worsening weather disasters and sea-level rise

Read Article

One shot dead in Iran water shortage protests: State media

IRNA reports that the demonstrator was killed in Shadegan, a town in the Khuzestan province

Read Article

Battle for Arctic dominance: Russia races to build giant ice-breakers

Russia is building a military base in the Arctic region to control the routes and resources near the North Pole.

Read Article

Thousands of flamingos found dead in Turkey, alarming environmentalists

Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Bekir Pakdemirli said that the initial analysis showed the flamingos were not poisoned

Read Article

Parts of the Amazon go from absorbing carbon dioxide to emitting it

Deforestation and an accelerating warming trend have contributed to change in the carbon balance, which is most severe in the southeastern region of the Amazon where there are both rising…

via The New York Times
Read Article

Australia to take ambassadors snorkelling to save Great Barrier Reef status

The United Nations cultural agency last month recommended that the world's largest reef system, and a jewel in Australia's tourism crown, be downgraded because of damage to the corals, chiefly…

Read Article

‘Invisible Demons’ comes from fear when you’re melting, says Indian docu maker Rahul Jain about his Cannes entry

Indian documentary filmmaker Rahul Jain hopes that his film reaches far and wide as the dialogue around climate change—now stronger than ever—needs more visibility in mainstream media. This is his…

Read Article

Experts believe heatwave killed 1 billion marine animals on Canada coast

The heatwave is believed to have killed at least 500 people in Canada, however, it has also had an impact on marine life

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Best places to survive amid global societal collapse

What would you do if there is a global collapse of society as we know it, or more importantly where would you go in such a scenario?

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'World is on fire': Australian school children skip school to protest against climate change

While the Australian government claims the new projects are for the betterment of locals, Australian schoolchildren have taken to the streets to voice their opinion on climate change

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Cyclone Tauktae: Amid pandemic, India's western states brace for storm

Covid-battered India braces for most severe cyclone in over two decades named 'Cyclone Tauktae'.

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Load of s**t! Activists dump crap outside White House to protest climate change

As Joe Biden and other world leaders gathered virtually to discuss policies on climate change, young activists showed their disappointment in their government's actions

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Extinction Rebellion activists smash HSBC bank windows in London’s Canary Warf

Female activists from the global environmental movement Extinction Rebellion, on Thursday shattered 19 windows of the HSBC’s headquarters in Canary Wharf, London.

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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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