11/23/2020 - Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2
11/23/2020 - Biden cabinet: Inner circle get key posts as John Kerry named climate envoy
11/23/2020 - "Returning To Government To Get US Back On Track": Biden's Climate Envoy
11/26/2020 - New Zealand To Declare Climate Emergency To Combat Global Warming
11/27/2020 - Climate change: The woman watching the ice melt from under her feet
11/30/2020 - Biden, UN Chief Discuss "Strengthened Partnership" On COVID-19, Climate
12/01/2020 - What Biden can do to "reverse the trajectory" on climate change
12/02/2020 - Climate change: 2020 set to be one of the three warmest years on record
12/02/2020 - 'Our lives depend on climate change fight'
12/06/2020 - India's Work On Industry Transition Shows Climate Goals Achievable: UN
12/09/2020 - Climate change: Global 'elite' will need to slash high-carbon lifestyles
12/10/2020 - Climate change: Covid drives record emissions drop in 2020
12/11/2020 - Climate change: EU leaders set 55% target for CO2 emissions cut
12/11/2020 - New artificial dam aims to save Venice from climate change-induced flooding
12/12/2020 - Boris Johnson on climate change, mung-bean munching and creating jobs
12/16/2020 - Federal Reserve joins global group focused on fighting climate change
12/17/2020 - Climate change falls down the agenda at A.I. lab DeepMind after energy heads leave
12/19/2020 - Biden To Introduce Team Tasked With Ambitious Climate Agenda On Saturday
12/19/2020 - Joe Biden says 'no time to waste' as climate team unveiled
12/22/2020 - Covid economic recovery plans are an opportunity to tackle climate change
12/22/2020 - Biden has massive climate plans. Where will he find the money to fund them?
12/22/2020 - Here are some investing options for 2021 — with climate change in mind
12/22/2020 - Congress sets sites on climate change in Covid relief bill
12/23/2020 - Sea-level rise from climate change could be worse than projected
12/24/2020 - Trump's threat to veto $900 billion Covid relief bill puts major climate legislation at risk
12/26/2020 - Coronavirus: What has Covid done for climate crisis?
12/27/2020 - 2020 Weather Disasters Boosted By Climate Change: Report
12/31/2020 - Why 2021 could be turning point for tackling climate change
01/06/2021 - Climate change: Alaskan wilderness opens up for oil exploration
01/08/2021 - Climate change: 2020 in a dead heat for world's warmest year
01/13/2021 - Biden's focus on climate change could turn up the pressure on China's mega infrastructure program
01/14/2021 - Trump bank regulator's new rule incurs Wall Street and climate investor ire on his way out the door
01/18/2021 - President-elect Biden to kill Keystone XL pipeline in fight on climate change
01/19/2021 - How Joe Biden Plans To Fight Climate Change
01/19/2021 - OPEC chief pledges to deepen ties with new administration even as Biden calls for climate action
01/20/2021 - Biden to rejoin Paris climate agreement, revoke Trump 'Muslim ban' in first executive orders
01/20/2021 - Biden to overturn Trump’s climate legacy on dozens of fronts
01/20/2021 - How US President Joe Biden Plans To Fight Climate Change
01/20/2021 - President Joe Biden rejoins the Paris climate accord in first move to tackle global warming
01/20/2021 - Joe Biden Signs Series Of Orders, Set To Rejoin Paris Climate Accord
01/23/2021 - Climate change will cause shift in tropical rain belt, study says
01/23/2021 - Biden Administration To Unveil Climate Change Policies, Says Adviser
01/24/2021 - Climate change will cause shift in tropical rain belt, study says
01/24/2021 - Paris Says Biden, Emmanuel Macron In Agreement On Covid, Climate Change
01/24/2021 - US Rejoins Fight Against Climate Change At High Level Summit
01/26/2021 - Climate change: Biggest global poll supports 'global emergency'
01/27/2021 - Biden to sign major executive orders on climate change
01/27/2021 - Biden suspends oil and gas leasing in slew of executive actions on climate change
01/27/2021 - Biden: 'Time to act' on climate crisis
01/27/2021 - John Kerry: UK climate summit is world's 'last best chance'
01/28/2021 - Biden administration focused on fighting against climate change
01/30/2021 - Biden's climate change agenda will face big obstacles with evenly divided Senate
02/04/2021 - French court delivers a "historic victory for climate justice"
02/05/2021 - Climate Change May Have Had "Key Role" In Pandemic: Study
02/05/2021 - Trillions of dollars are at stake in the climate war. How to invest around it
02/05/2021 - Climate change "may have played a key role" in pandemic, study says
02/12/2021 - U.S. lags in new climate ranking and is 'still struggling to move away from fossil fuels'
02/12/2021 - Yellen reportedly looking to name climate 'czar' at Treasury
02/14/2021 - Solving Covid easy compared with climate - Bill Gates
02/15/2021 - Kamala Harris, France's Emmanuel Macron Talk Covid, Climate Change
02/16/2021 - Protests after 22-year-old climate activist arrested in India
02/17/2021 - Climate change driving migration from Central America
02/18/2021 - Facebook will debunk myths about climate change, stepping further into 'arbiter of truth' role
02/18/2021 - What the U.S. is agreeing to as it rejoins the Paris climate accords
02/18/2021 - Texas Winter Storm Likely Due To Climate Change: White House
02/19/2021 - A guide to degrowth: The movement prioritizing wellbeing in a bid to avoid climate cataclysm
02/19/2021 - What the U.S. is agreeing to as it rejoins the Paris climate accords
02/19/2021 - US Officially Back In Paris Accord, Vows Climate Action
02/22/2021 - Indian-American Climate Expert Gets Key Post In US Agriculture Department
02/24/2021 - Climate change is not priced into markets but its effect could be substantial, experts say
02/24/2021 - Biden, Trudeau Vow To Counter China, Climate Change, In First "Meeting"
02/25/2021 - K-pop superstars Blackpink in climate change message
02/25/2021 - Atlantic Ocean circulation weakens, sparking climate worries
02/26/2021 - Atlantic Ocean circulation weakens, sparking climate worries
02/27/2021 - Climate change is putting monarch butterfly migration at risk
03/02/2021 - An evangelical scientist on reconciling her religion and the realities of climate change
03/03/2021 - The oil industry is getting greener much more quickly as U.S. focus shifts to climate change
03/04/2021 - Climate change: Will China take a 'great leap' to a greener economy?
03/04/2021 - CO2 Emission Cuts Must Increase Tenfold To Fight Climate Change: Study
03/07/2021 - Space-Starved Singapore Builds Floating Solar Farms In Climate Fight
03/07/2021 - Could lab-grown meat help tackle climate change?
03/08/2021 - Obama says climate change agreement could be turning point for the world
03/09/2021 - Coronavirus, Economy, Climate Change: White House On Quad Summit Agenda
03/19/2021 - Bill Gates says he'll fly a lot less and eat more synthetic meat to fight climate change
03/22/2021 - White House officials to meet with energy industry execs ahead of climate, infrastructure plan, sources say
03/23/2021 - Fed sets up panels to examine risks that climate change poses to the financial system
03/25/2021 - Why my ancestral home could be lost to climate change
03/26/2021 - Biden Invites Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping To Virtual Climate Summit
03/26/2021 - Biden Invites 40 World Leaders Including PM Modi To Global Climate Summit
03/26/2021 - Scientists Warn Of Deadly Heat Waves In India, In Spite Of Climate Goals
03/27/2021 - Biden invites Alberto Fernández to virtual Summit on Climate Change
03/27/2021 - Saudi Arabia Unveils Campaign To Tackle Climate Change
03/29/2021 - Here's how Biden's infrastructure package will likely tackle climate change
03/29/2021 - Sen. Toomey accuses the Fed of overstepping on climate change and other social issues
03/29/2021 - Uganda climate change: The people under threat from a melting glacier
03/31/2021 - John Kerry Vows "Strong" US Climate Action At Paris Meet
04/04/2021 - John Kerry says Biden's ambitious climate plan is 'not a counter to China'
04/09/2021 - Greta Thunberg To Skip COP26 Climate Summit Over Unfair Vaccine Rollouts
04/12/2021 - After setting ambitious climate goals, a liberal Md. suburb struggles to take action
04/12/2021 - World's wealthiest 'at heart of climate problem'
04/13/2021 - US seeks China climate agreements ahead of Biden summit
04/13/2021 - NZ to launch world-first climate change rules
04/13/2021 - Tech billionaires are obsessed with climate change — but are they focusing on the right areas?
04/14/2021 - Torres Strait 8: Australian Islanders in landmark climate fight
04/15/2021 - US Envoy John Kerry Starts Climate Talks In China
04/15/2021 - Xi Jinping To Join French-German Virtual Climate Summit: Report
04/15/2021 - JPMorgan pledges $2.5 trillion over the next decade toward climate change
04/16/2021 - Japan Prime Minister Biden's First Guest With Push On 5G, Climate, China
04/17/2021 - These teenage climate activists are pushing for change in Australia
04/17/2021 - China and US pledge climate change commitment
04/18/2021 - US, China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency
04/19/2021 - Vladimir Putin To Speak At Biden's Online Climate Summit On April 22
04/19/2021 - US Vows To Lead On Climate, Press All Nations To Reduce Coal Use
04/20/2021 - Climate change: Carbon 'surge' expected in post-Covid energy boom
04/20/2021 - China's Xi Jinping to speak at a U.S.-led climate summit on Thursday
04/20/2021 - China's Xi Jinping To Attend Online Joe Biden Climate Summit
04/21/2021 - How climate change could be a risk to your savings
04/21/2021 - Climate change: EU to cut CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030
04/21/2021 - Yellen outlines bold climate agenda calling for net-zero emissions by 2035
04/21/2021 - Climate Basics: Your carbon footprint explained
04/21/2021 - Climate change: Biden summit to push for 'immediate' action
04/22/2021 - Biden urges action to tackle 'existential crisis' at virtual climate summit
04/22/2021 - Greta Thunberg warns US lawmakers over climate change
04/22/2021 - Here’s what countries pledged on climate change at Biden’s global summit
04/22/2021 - Climate crisis poses existential threat to U.S. national security, Defense secretary says
04/22/2021 - How Long Will You Ignore Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg To Politicians
04/22/2021 - Australia resists calls for tougher climate targets
04/23/2021 - Biden's climate summit starts on Mother Earth's Day
04/23/2021 - Climate expert calls on China and Japan to end financing of coal plants in poorer nations
04/23/2021 - 'This is our generation's moonshot,' Energy Secretary Granholm says of fighting climate change
04/24/2021 - Brazil cuts environment budget despite climate summit pledge
04/29/2021 - German climate change law violates rights, court rules
05/02/2021 - Carbon: How calls for climate justice are shaking the world
05/04/2021 - Biden business allies are helping the White House coax the private sector into backing climate agenda
05/06/2021 - The world needs to dramatically cut methane emissions to avoid worst of climate change, UN says
05/06/2021 - Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight'
05/12/2021 - Millions At Risk As Cities Fail To Adapt To Climate Change: Report
05/12/2021 - Tesla's Musk Reverses Course On Taking Bitcoin, Citing Climate Concerns
05/12/2021 - Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin over climate concerns, says Musk
05/14/2021 - UK Still Planning In-Person COP26 Climate Summit
05/14/2021 - Experts warn extreme weather could cause 'climate trauma' pandemic
05/16/2021 - John Kerry: US climate envoy criticised for optimism on clean tech
05/18/2021 - Beta becomes latest electric vertical aircraft unicorn with Amazon's Climate Fund, Fidelity backing
05/19/2021 - Indonesia: Climate change destroying world's oldest animal painting
05/19/2021 - Singapore faces twin challenges from climate change, says minister
05/20/2021 - Climate change: EU official backs German Greens on curbing flights
05/20/2021 - Biden orders federal strategy to curb climate change risk to economy
05/20/2021 - School Strike 4 Climate: Thousands join Australia protest
05/21/2021 - Off-the-grid homes are coming to your neighborhood, as climate change creates suburban survivalists
05/23/2021 - 'War' footing needed to correct economists' miscalculations on climate change, says professor
05/25/2021 - Global heating: Study shows impact of 'climate racism' in US
05/26/2021 - Engine No. 1 wins at least 2 Exxon board seats as activist pushes for climate strategy change
05/27/2021 - Why a 'crushing' day for Big Oil represents a watershed moment in the climate battle
05/27/2021 - Farmers beware: Climate activist Greta Thunberg targets food production and consumption
05/30/2021 - Companies should pay more for pollution, says UN special envoy on climate action Mark Carney
05/31/2021 - Belarus: A climate of fear for opposition activists
06/04/2021 - Euro 2020: What is the climate cost of tournament staged in 11 countries?
06/04/2021 - Powell says climate change is not a main factor in the Fed's policy decisions
06/12/2021 - G7 Leaders Take On China, Covid And Climate
06/12/2021 - G7 leaders face biggest climate change decisions in history - David Attenborough
06/13/2021 - G7 nations agree to boost climate finance, details missing
06/13/2021 - G7 summit: How significant are group's climate pledges?
06/13/2021 - G7 summit: Leaders pledge climate action but disappoint activists
06/14/2021 - Google, Facebook, Amazon and more urge SEC to mandate regular climate reports
06/14/2021 - Nato and climate change: How big is the problem?
06/21/2021 - Australia Deputy PM Loses Job In Government Climate Split
06/22/2021 - Hunger, Drought, Disease: UN Climate Report Reveals Dire Health Threats
06/22/2021 - Crushing Climate Impacts To Hit Sooner Than Feared: Draft UN Report
06/23/2021 - UN Climate Draft Allows World To 'Face Reality': Activist Greta Thunberg
06/25/2021 - Big Oil's rise in climate lawsuits draws parallels to Big Tobacco
06/27/2021 - Climate change: Why action still ignites debate in Australia
06/28/2021 - Climate change: Courts set for rise in compensation cases
06/29/2021 - Need 1 Billion Tonnes CO2 Removal By 2025 To Meet Climate Goal: Report
06/30/2021 - UK Mandates Companies To Disclose Their Impact On Climate
06/30/2021 - Canada, US Heat Wave "On Steroids" Due To Climate Change: Experts
07/05/2021 - Climate change: The craft brewery using algae to cut emissions
07/07/2021 - Climate Change Made North American Heat Wave 150 Times More Likely: Study
07/12/2021 - Europe's Climate Masterplan Aims To Slash Emissions Within A Decade
07/12/2021 - US, Russia Say Will Cooperate To Tackle Climate Change
07/14/2021 - Vladimir Putin Says Russia, US Have "Common Interests" On Climate Change
07/14/2021 - EU unveils sweeping climate change plan
07/15/2021 - Australia attacks sweeping EU climate plan to tax imports
07/15/2021 - Powell grilled by grouchy senators over inflation and climate change, even as economy rebounds
07/17/2021 - Moon "Wobble", Climate Change Seen As Driving Coastal Flooding In 2030s
07/19/2021 - Climate Change Sees Swiss Alps Add Over 1,000 Lakes: Study
07/20/2021 - Climate change: US pushes China to make faster carbon cuts
07/22/2021 - Angela Merkel Demands Faster Climate Action As German Flood Deaths Rise
07/22/2021 - "Phenomenal Heat" And Other Climate Mysteries Are Puzzling Scientists
07/24/2021 - Buildings are a bigger contributor to climate change than cars — these start-ups are trying to help
07/25/2021 - Climate change: Israel to cut 85% of emissions by mid-century
07/26/2021 - Action on climate change can provide a shot in the arm for the global economy, economist says
07/26/2021 - Climate Science Report "Critical For Success" Of COP26: UN
07/26/2021 - Why Is the Weather So Weird? Its Climate Change
07/27/2021 - Raisins, victim of the chaotic climate conditions
07/28/2021 - Meteorologists meet to prepare report for the UN Glasgow climate change negotiations summit
07/28/2021 - SEC Chair Gensler says investors want mandatory disclosure on climate risks
07/30/2021 - Climate Past Provides "Early Warning" For Today's Tipping Points: Study
07/30/2021 - Dead zones, a ‘horseman’ of climate change, could suffocate crabs in the West, scientists say
08/05/2021 - Climate Change: Half US cars to be zero-emission by 2030 - Biden
08/05/2021 - COP26: What is the UN climate conference in Glasgow and why is it so important?
08/05/2021 - Britain Launches 5 Million Pound Climate Resilience Research
08/05/2021 - 'Mega-Drought' In Andes From Climate Change Leaves Some Peaks Snowless
08/06/2021 - Climate change: New report will highlight 'stark reality' of warming
08/07/2021 - Climate change: Low-income countries 'can't keep up' with impacts
08/08/2021 - Upcoming UN Report "Starkest Warning Yet", Climate Summit Chief Warns
08/08/2021 - "Last Chance...": Indian-Origin UK Climate Chief Warns Ahead Of Summit
08/08/2021 - Why China's climate policy matters to us all
08/08/2021 - Climate change: UN to reveal landmark IPCC report findings
08/08/2021 - UN To Unveil Landmark Climate Change Report Today
08/09/2021 - UN Climate Change Panel's Damning Report: "Code Red For Humanity"
08/09/2021 - Climate change: IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'
08/09/2021 - Landmark U.N. report delivers stark warning on climate change, says it's 'code red for humanity'
08/09/2021 - Once-In-50-Year Heat Waves Now Happening Every Decade: UN Climate Report
08/09/2021 - "Death Knell For Fossil Fuels": UN Chief After Damning Climate Report
08/09/2021 - Thunberg calls out climate impact of fashion brands in Vogue interview
08/09/2021 - US Says Cannot Delay "Ambitious" Action To Protect Climate
08/09/2021 - Climate change: Five things we have learned from the IPCC report
08/09/2021 - Climate change: At-risk nations fear extinction after IPCC report
08/09/2021 - Australia Rejects Climate Targets Despite Damning UN Report
08/10/2021 - UN climate change report heralds “unprecedented” disasters
08/10/2021 - Wildfires: How are they linked to climate change?
08/10/2021 - UN climate report is our 'final wake-up call,' say environmental experts
08/11/2021 - Senate passes framework of $3.5 trillion budget plan that would expand Medicare, climate initiatives
08/12/2021 - Climate change is making people think twice about having children
08/12/2021 - Bill Gates Offers $1.5 Billion In Climate Help To US Government
08/13/2021 - Climate change: Does Germany produce double the UK's carbon emissions?
08/19/2021 - World Leaders Out Of Excuses On Climate Change, Youth Activists Say
08/20/2021 - Activist Greta Thunberg Drops Boycott Of Glasgow Climate Meeting
08/22/2021 - Climate Change Activists Target City Of London's Guildhall
08/23/2021 - Climate change: Europe's extreme rains made more likely by humans
08/24/2021 - Could this solar farm be a climate change solution?
08/24/2021 - Madagascar on the brink of climate change-induced famine
08/27/2021 - UK Says Queen Elizabeth Will Attend COP26 Climate Conference
08/30/2021 - Climate change is radicalizing young people — here's what that means and how to combat despair
08/30/2021 - UK Police Warn Climate Protestors After Iconic Bridge Blocked
08/31/2021 - Britain’s economy is already seeing rapid change due to climate change
08/31/2021 - Berlin university canteens cut meat from menus to curb climate change
09/02/2021 - China's Coal Binge May "Undo" Global Capacity To Meet Climate Targets: US
09/02/2021 - Deadly flash floods show how vulnerable New York's infrastructure is to climate change
09/02/2021 - Climate change: Arctic warming linked to colder winters
09/02/2021 - Southeast Asia could lose $28 trillion if it fails to act fast on climate change, report finds
09/03/2021 - Britain Distributing Coronavirus Vaccines To Climate Talks Delegates
09/03/2021 - Engine No. 1 takes climate fight to other big oil companies after underdog win at Exxon
09/04/2021 - How you can help fight climate change in ways that really matter
09/04/2021 - Hurricanes can't force this 66-year-old Black climate activist to abandon Louisiana
09/05/2021 - Climate change: Massive Attack gig data to cut live music impact
09/06/2021 - What to expect from China at the upcoming major climate summit COP26
09/07/2021 - Climate change: Green groups call for COP26 postponement
09/07/2021 - Climate change: Dragonflies spread north in warming world
09/07/2021 - Joe Biden Warns Of Climate Change "Code Red" In Visit To Storm Damage
09/07/2021 - Climate change: Vulnerable nations call for 'emergency pact'
09/08/2021 - Climate change: Animals shapeshifting to stay cool, study says
09/08/2021 - UK "Ditched" Climate Pledge For Australia Trade Deal: Environmental Group
09/08/2021 - Animals "Shape-Shifting" To Adapt To Climate Change, New Study Shows
09/08/2021 - British Pavilion in Expo Prado focuses on climate change; Falklands stand promotes trade and tourism
09/10/2021 - COP26: Poorest countries fear not reaching UK for climate summit
09/10/2021 - US Climate Envoy To Travel To India On September 12: State Department
09/10/2021 - "Moving In Wrong Direction": UN Chief Calls For Action On Covid, Climate
09/11/2021 - California's battle with climate change is at stake in Tuesday's recall election
09/13/2021 - German election: Hunger strikers want greater action on climate change
09/13/2021 - Life at 50C: The toxic gas flares fuelling Nigeria's climate change
09/13/2021 - In "World's Most Dangerous Place" For Climate Activists, Killings Hit Record
09/13/2021 - Climate Researchers "Potty Train" Peeing Cows
09/14/2021 - Nearly half of young people worldwide say climate change anxiety is affecting their daily life
09/14/2021 - Climate change: Young people very worried - survey
09/14/2021 - More than 80% say they'd change their behavior to fight climate change, but U.S. conservatives lag
09/16/2021 - In areas hit hard by climate change, only the rich can afford to stay
09/17/2021 - Joe Biden Convenes World Leaders To Discuss Climate Change
09/17/2021 - British Ambassador at Montevideo's Expo Prado: Falklands stand in the show is aligned with UK theme, climate change
09/17/2021 - At least half of climate finance must be spent on adaptation, says UN Secretary General
09/17/2021 - Joe Biden Asks World Leaders To Cut Methane In Climate Fight
09/18/2021 - From Katrina to Ida: How US presidents react to climate change and natural disasters
09/18/2021 - The link between climate change, seaweed and ice cream
09/19/2021 - World leaders return to U.N. with focus on pandemic, climate
09/19/2021 - 18-year-old climate activist shares how she finds courage to face a 'ticking time bomb'
09/19/2021 - "6 Out Of 10": Boris Johnson Pegs Chances Of Fulflling UN Climate Goals
09/20/2021 - Biden To Announce "Good News" On $100 Billion UN Climate Fund
09/21/2021 - Announcements On Covid, Climate Change Likely At Quad Summit: Official
09/21/2021 - Biden vows new era of 'relentless diplomacy' as world contends with Covid, climate change and China
09/21/2021 - Joe Biden Pledges To Double US Climate Change Aid
09/21/2021 - In Landmark Climate Pledge, China Promises To End Coal Funding Overseas
09/21/2021 - From Climate Change To Train Travel: What Joe Biden-Boris Johnson Talked
09/22/2021 - Compassion urges leaders to harness Food Summit momentum to tackle climate, health and nature emergencies
09/22/2021 - Time for humanity to grow up on climate, says UK PM
09/22/2021 - "Last Chance...": Boris Johnson's Appeal Ahead Of Climate Summit
09/23/2021 - World leaders must ‘walk the walk’ at COP26 to prevent climate disaster, London mayor says
09/23/2021 - Mortgage market is unprepared for climate risk, says industry report
09/24/2021 - German election: Climate protesters rally in cities
09/24/2021 - Climate change: Whisper it cautiously... there's been progress in run up to COP26
09/25/2021 - Arctic Sailing Race Planned In Canada To Highlight Climate Change
09/25/2021 - Watch: Elton John Kicks Off World-Spanning Gigs For Climate, Vaccines
09/26/2021 - Climate psychologist explains how to discuss climate change productively
09/26/2021 - How climate change is making inequality worse, especially for children
09/26/2021 - Australian PM Scott Morrison May Skip UN Glasgow Climate Summit
09/26/2021 - COP26: Australia PM undecided on attending crucial climate summit
09/27/2021 - Falklands at Labour conference, climate change and “Looking forward at 40”, the main issues
09/27/2021 - Poor Nations On UK 'Red List' Warn Of Visa Headaches For Climate Talks
09/27/2021 - Climate change: Why India can't live without coal
09/28/2021 - Trading carbon credits alone will not solve the climate crisis, Standard Chartered CEO says
09/28/2021 - "30 Years Of Blah Blah Blah": Greta Thunberg Questions Italy Climate Talks
09/28/2021 - BlackRock's Larry Fink says big companies shouldn't be the only 'climate police' in the world
09/29/2021 - 'We need to talk to China,' Europe's climate chief says ahead of COP26
09/29/2021 - Climate change will be an alpha generator for the next four decades, says CalSTRS CIO
09/29/2021 - Exxon Mobil has been lobbying against parts of Democrats' big social and climate spending bill
09/29/2021 - Italy climate minister accepts Thunberg's 'blah, blah, blah' criticism
09/29/2021 - Climate change: Ministers meet in Milan for pre-COP26
09/30/2021 - Climate change: Youth have 'every right to be angry' says UK PM
09/30/2021 - UN Chief Warns Of "Hellish Future" Ahead Of Key Climate Summit
10/01/2021 - Greta Thunberg Leads Climate March At Milan Youth Summit
10/02/2021 - Eyes Of The World To Be On Scotland For Climate Summit: Queen Elizabeth
10/02/2021 - Climate change: Stop smoke and mirrors, rich nations told
10/04/2021 - Pope Francis Warns Of "Unprecedented" Climate Crisis Ahead Of UN Summit
10/05/2021 - Nobel in physics: Climate science breakthroughs earn prize
10/05/2021 - Nobel Physics Prize To Two Climate Experts, Italian Theorist
10/05/2021 - COP26 Summit Chief Denies UK Rift Over Climate
10/05/2021 - Two climate change experts and one Italian theorist win Nobel Physics Prize
10/06/2021 - Climate change: Voices from global south muted by climate science
10/06/2021 - Ros Atkins On... China's climate change promises
10/07/2021 - In Egypt's Red Sea, Corals Fade As Oceans Warm Due To Climate Change
10/07/2021 - Fed governor anticipates new guidance on climate change for big banks
10/07/2021 - Climate change: Tracking China's steel addiction in one city
10/07/2021 - Google, YouTube To Stop Posting Ads Next To Climate Change Misinformation
10/08/2021 - Climate change: Is the UK on track to meet its targets?
10/08/2021 - Defense Department warns climate change will increase conflicts over water and food
10/10/2021 - Can Nuclear Power Save Us From Climate Change? Experts Weigh In
10/11/2021 - Momentum, commitment, scale: Experts break down what it will take to hit climate goals
10/11/2021 - Ahead Of Glasgow Summit, China-US Tensions Could Shape Climate Future
10/11/2021 - Princes Charles Urges Action, Not "Just Talk" At UN Climate Summit
10/11/2021 - "They Just Talk": Prince Charles Echoes Greta Thunberg On Climate
10/11/2021 - WHO Calls For Climate Action To Assure Sustained Recovery From Covid
10/12/2021 - WHO/COP26 Special report on Climate Change and Health for Glasgow climate summit
10/12/2021 - "Act Immediately" To Keep 1.5 Celsius Climate Goal In Reach: COP26 Host
10/12/2021 - Ros Atkins on... The US climate conundrum
10/13/2021 - 42 Small Countries Could "Disappear" Without Action On Climate Change
10/13/2021 - Climate change in India: The young inventor's solar-powered ironing cart
10/14/2021 - Why China's climate policy matters to us all
10/14/2021 - Progressives urge Pelosi to keep all the social and climate programs in Biden's economic plan intact
10/14/2021 - Climate change will dominate Biden's agenda when he heads to Europe in two weeks
10/14/2021 - Australian Prime Minister To Attend Glasgow Climate Summit
10/15/2021 - Scott Morrison: Australia's PM to attend COP26 climate summit
10/15/2021 - "Really Irritating": On Mic, Queen's Jibe At Leaders Over Climate Change
10/15/2021 - Biden shows plan to address major financial risks posed by climate change
10/16/2021 - COP26 Unlikely To Lead To "Big Changes": Climate Activist Greta Thunberg
10/17/2021 - The case for 'hope punk' when talking about climate change: 'To be hopeless is to be uninformed'
10/17/2021 - The climate activists who want Norway to end oil and gas production
10/17/2021 - Does a climate summit need 25,000 people? And more questions
10/18/2021 - Australia Enters Legal Fight Against Indian-Origin Teen's Climate Dare
10/18/2021 - Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley at climate concert
10/18/2021 - Maldives calls for rapid and immediate action to fight climate change
10/18/2021 - Climate Change: Why Carbon Dioxide Needs To Be Extracted From Thin Air
10/19/2021 - 'We are on a war on combating greenwashing,' says climate tech entrepreneur
10/19/2021 - Biden's climate agenda at risk as Democrats negotiate budget bill
10/19/2021 - Ros Atkins on… Europe's climate challenge
10/20/2021 - Vladimir Putin To Skip COP26 Climate Summit, Says Kremlin
10/20/2021 - Oil & Gas Giant Deliberately Downplayed Climate Threat Since 1970s: Study
10/20/2021 - COP26: Russia's Vladimir Putin will not attend climate summit
10/20/2021 - G20 Leaders To Address Climate Challenge Ahead Of COP26: Italy
10/20/2021 - COP26: Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report
10/20/2021 - Covid Recovery Poses Dire Climate, Health Risks: Report
10/20/2021 - "World-First" Law In New Zealand Will Make Banks Report Climate Impact
10/21/2021 - More games, more countries, more travel: Does European football care about its climate impact?
10/21/2021 - Climate change will bring global tension, US intelligence report says
10/21/2021 - Contrails: How tweaking flight plans can help the climate
10/22/2021 - The Climate Project That Changed How We Understand Extreme Weather
10/24/2021 - Climate change: The environmental disasters we've almost fixed
10/24/2021 - "Years Of Foot-Dragging": Israel Says Climate Change "National Security" Issue
10/24/2021 - World's "Most Important" Organisms Are On The Move. Reason: Climate Change
10/25/2021 - Climate change quiz: Test your knowledge of how to reduce emissions
10/25/2021 - Climate change tops agenda during encounter between Argentine, US officials
10/25/2021 - Saudi Arabia Pledges More Than $1 Billion In New Climate Initiatives
10/25/2021 - Climate change: Four things you can do to help fight climate change
10/25/2021 - Eco-friendly sex: What is it and how does it impact on climate change?
10/25/2021 - Climate change: Australia pledges to reach net zero emissions by 2050
10/25/2021 - Eco-friendly sex: What is it and how does it impact on climate change?
10/26/2021 - Climate tech start-ups have raised a record $32 billion globally so far in 2021
10/26/2021 - Google search rival Ecosia launches $405 million VC fund to back climate tech start-ups
10/26/2021 - Climate change: UN emissions gap report a 'thundering wake-up call'
10/26/2021 - 7 Times More Emission Cuts Needed: UN On World's "Ambitious" Climate Goal
10/26/2021 - Ros Atkins on... India's climate challenge
10/27/2021 - "In The Balance": British PM Says COP26 Climate Summit "Very Difficult"
10/27/2021 - How Amazon decides which climate tech start-ups to invest in
10/27/2021 - Climate change: Can India meet its targets?
10/27/2021 - Climate change: Human activity makes forests emit carbon
10/28/2021 - Climate change: Major US oil companies to testify in Congress
10/28/2021 - Biden will announce a framework for his social and climate spending bill – here's what's in it
10/28/2021 - China Submits New Climate Plan Days Before COP26 Summit
10/28/2021 - Climate change: Major US oil companies face grilling by Congress
10/28/2021 - India rejects net zero emissions target as Modi heads to COP26 climate talks
10/29/2021 - COP26: Arnold Schwarzenegger angered by world leaders' climate policies
10/29/2021 - Arnold Schwarzenegger calls leaders 'liars' over climate
10/29/2021 - Pope urges 'radical' climate response in exclusive BBC message
10/29/2021 - Pope Calls For "Urgent" Response To Climate Crisis Ahead Of Glasgow Summit
10/29/2021 - Greta Thunberg: Activist calls on banks to stop funding climate 'destruction'
10/29/2021 - UK Urges China To Take "Concrete" Climate Action Ahead Of COP26
10/29/2021 - Pope Francis Calls For Climate Action As Rich Nations Sound Alarm
10/29/2021 - Teen Activist Greta Thunberg Joins London Climate Protest Ahead Of COP26
10/29/2021 - Climate change: What are the big polluters doing to cut carbon emissions?
10/29/2021 - COP26: African climate activists' message to world leaders
10/29/2021 - US President and Pope discuss climate change and COVID-19 vaccines
10/29/2021 - COP26: What do the poorest countries want from climate summit?
10/29/2021 - World Leaders To Talk Climate, Economy, Vaccines At G20 Summit
10/30/2021 - G20: Climate and Covid top agenda as world leaders meet
10/30/2021 - Brazil's VP says Bolsonaro would be greeted with stones at Glasgow's climate summit
10/30/2021 - PM Modi Gifts Pope A Candle Holder, Book On India's Climate Initiatives
10/30/2021 - G20 Leaders Approve Global Tax Deal; No Consensus Yet On Climate Change
10/30/2021 - Greta Thunberg Joins Hundreds In Scotland Climate Rally Ahead Of COP26
10/30/2021 - Climate change: What's it like living in a place where it's 50C?
10/30/2021 - World Leaders Face Tough Climate Talks On G20 Summit Day 2 Ahead Of COP26
10/30/2021 - COP26: 'Moment of truth' as world meets for climate summit
10/31/2021 - G20 in final push to reach deal on climate at Rome summit
10/31/2021 - India, UK To Launch Solar Green Grids Initiative At COP26 Climate Summit
10/31/2021 - Who’s going to the COP26 climate summit? Meet the key players at the UN talks
10/31/2021 - "Last Hope To Keep 1.5 Degrees In Reach": Climate Talks Chief Alok Sharma
10/31/2021 - "If Glasgow Fails, Whole Thing Fails": Boris Johnson On Climate Talks
10/31/2021 - G20 Falls Short On Key Climate Target Ahead Of COP26 Climate Summit
10/31/2021 - Biden at G20: Russia and China 'didn't show up' on climate
10/31/2021 - UN COP26 Summit Begins In UK's Glasgow Amid Growing Climate Change Threat
10/31/2021 - G20 Climate Agreements Prove "Power Of America Showing Up": Joe Biden
10/31/2021 - Climate change: The Indian village that could disappear under water
10/31/2021 - IMF Head Urges COP26 Leaders To Ramp Up Climate Ambition
10/31/2021 - Boris Johnson To Commit Hike In UK's Climate Finance At Start Of COP26
10/31/2021 - UN Climate Summit Starts Under Cloud After G-20 Dodges Hard Questions
11/01/2021 - Joe Biden To Tout "Largest Investment" In Climate In Glasgow
11/01/2021 - Over 120 World Leaders In Glasgow For "Last, Best Hope" Climate Summit
11/01/2021 - G20 rounds up Rome Summit with compromise declaration on climate neutrality
11/01/2021 - Argentine President wants debt swaps for climate action before heading for Glasgow
11/01/2021 - Prince Charles warns G20 leaders of their duties regarding climate issues
11/01/2021 - Boris Johnson warns it's 'one minute to midnight' to prevent climate catastrophe
11/01/2021 - PM Modi To Present India's Climate Action Agenda At COP26
11/01/2021 - Biden says 'we're still falling short' on climate, but U.S. working overtime to lead by example
11/01/2021 - "May God Save The Planet": Biden At Climate Summit
11/01/2021 - Manchin stalls progress on Biden's social safety net, climate plan as House works to finalize bill
11/01/2021 - Queen Elizabeth Calls For Joint Action On Climate Crisis At COP26
11/01/2021 - British PM says world leaders facing climate change were like James Bond against the end of the world
11/01/2021 - UN Chief Urges World Leaders To "Save Humanity" At COP26 Climate Summit
11/01/2021 - Biden tells Glasgow attendees the 2020s will determine the next generations regarding climate change
11/01/2021 - Climate change: Should we save or exploit the vanishing Amazon?
11/01/2021 - Climate change: Five dealmakers who will influence the outcome at COP26
11/01/2021 - COP26: What climate summit means for one woman in Bangladesh
11/02/2021 - COP26: Climate change graph 'needs more colours' as world gets hotter
11/02/2021 - Goldman Sachs picks 6 global stocks set to pop on 'game changer' climate policies
11/02/2021 - Climate Change Main Cause Of Fires In Western US, Study Shows
11/02/2021 - Not Yet on Track: Climate Threat Demands More Ambitious Global Action
11/02/2021 - No One Untouched By Effects Of Climate Change: PM Modi At Climate Summit
11/02/2021 - PM Modi Meets Bill Gates On Sidelines Of COP26 Climate Summit In Glasgow
11/02/2021 - India, UK Launch Plan To Connect World's Power Grids At Climate Summit
11/02/2021 - UK's Boris Johnson "Cautiously Optimistic" About COP26 Climate Deal
11/02/2021 - Bolsonaro says Brazil part of the solution, not the problem regarding climate change
11/03/2021 - COP26 climate change summit: So far, so good-ish
11/03/2021 - COP26: What's the climate impact of private jets?
11/03/2021 - "The Money Is Here": COP26 Banks On Boosting Climate Finance
11/03/2021 - Democrats' latest climate plan includes tax breaks for EVs that cost up to $80,000
11/03/2021 - COP26: How protesters prepared for the Glasgow climate change summit
11/03/2021 - Climate change: Why are disabled people so affected by the climate crisis?
11/04/2021 - COP26: What is the Glasgow climate conference and why is it important?
11/04/2021 - Climate Adaptation Cash One Tenth Of Amount Needed: UN
11/04/2021 - Climate change: Facebook fails to flag denial, study finds
11/05/2021 - COP26: Emissions of rich put climate goals at risk - study
11/05/2021 - The COP26 climate summit is drawing parallels to the disastrous Copenhagen meeting of 2009
11/05/2021 - COP26 Summit Braces For Youth Protests Against Climate Inaction
11/05/2021 - Greta Thunberg Calls COP26 Climate Summit 'A Failure'
11/05/2021 - CAF, World Bank to join efforts financing climate actions
11/05/2021 - Ros Atkins on… tree planting and climate change
11/05/2021 - "It's Our Lives On The Line": Young Activists Tell UN Climate Talks
11/05/2021 - COP26: What African climate experts want you to know
11/05/2021 - COP26: How the world is reacting to the climate summit
11/05/2021 - Climate change: The US state taking on an oil giant for greenwashing
11/05/2021 - Biden social and climate bill clears procedural vote in House, where it still awaits final approval
11/06/2021 - Op-ed: Any path to confront climate change must include fossil fuels and messy global and local politics
11/06/2021 - "Words Not Enough": Protesters Demand Climate Action In Global Rally
11/06/2021 - Climate: Making the BBC’s Life at 50C season
11/07/2021 - Amid Climate Crisis, Nuclear Power Finally Has "Seat At Table": UN Agency
11/07/2021 - COP26: Fossil fuel industry has largest delegation at climate summit
11/07/2021 - Slam Poet Brings Refugee Voices To Climate Summit: "Earth Began To..."
11/08/2021 - A Speech Filmed In Sea To Show Climate Change. Courtesy: Tuvalu Minister
11/08/2021 - Pledges, progress and PR spin? What you need to know as the COP26 climate talks enter the final week
11/08/2021 - COP26: Rich countries ‘pushing back’ on paying for climate loss
11/08/2021 - China, India Should Lead Climate Change Issue: Ex-US President Obama
11/08/2021 - COP26: Obama tells young people to stay angry on climate fight
11/08/2021 - Climate change: Seven ways to spot businesses greenwashing
11/08/2021 - Climate change: What do scientists want from COP26 this week?
11/09/2021 - 'The power is in us, not the leaders': Meet the youth activists fighting for climate action at COP26
11/09/2021 - Tuvalu Minister Films Speech Thigh-Deep In Ocean To Depict Climate Change
11/09/2021 - World Heading For 2.4 Degrees Warming After Latest Climate Pledges: Report
11/09/2021 - "America Is Back" To Lead On Climate: US House Speaker Tells COP26
11/10/2021 - UN Climate Agency Publishes Draft Of Final Glasgow Deal
11/10/2021 - UK's Boris Johnson Urges "Determined Push" For Climate Change Deal
11/10/2021 - US, China To Make Joint Statement At COP26 Climate Summit
11/10/2021 - China, US Unveil Surprise Climate Action Plan At COP26 Summit
11/10/2021 - COP26: China and US agree to boost climate cooperation
11/10/2021 - Himalayan village split in two by climate change
11/10/2021 - COP26: Climate activists on what change means for them
11/10/2021 - Climate change: Iran says lift sanctions and we'll ratify Paris agreement
11/10/2021 - COP26: Cautious welcome for unexpected US-China climate agreement
11/11/2021 - Governments and Big Oil were first. The next wave of climate lawsuits will target banks and boards
11/11/2021 - US, China agree to fight climate change together
11/11/2021 - China's shock climate deal with the U.S. has sparked some cautious optimism
11/11/2021 - Climate Pledges "Hollow" Unless Fossil Fuels End: UN Chief
11/11/2021 - Seven ways to curb climate change
11/11/2021 - Over 84 Million Displaced Due To Violence, Climate Change: UN Agency Data
11/12/2021 - COP26 negotiators scramble to turn promises into action on the final day of climate talks
11/12/2021 - COP26: New draft climate deal steps up call for urgent action
11/12/2021 - COP 26: How much are poor countries getting to fight climate change?
11/12/2021 - COP26: Climate talks into overtime as nations near deal
11/12/2021 - Amazon Birds Becoming Smaller, Longer-Winged Due To Climate Change: Study
11/13/2021 - UN climate talks drift into overtime in push to save 1.5 Celsius goal
11/13/2021 - UN Climate Talks Drift Into Overtime In Push To Save 1.5 Celsius Goal
11/13/2021 - Glasgow's Climate Summit needs another day to agree on closing statement
11/13/2021 - Mercosur agrees on a negotiating group to deal with climate change
11/13/2021 - Amazon's $21 billion Rivian stake is a bet that innovation can help solve climate change
11/13/2021 - "With Deep Regret": COP26 Talks Stumble On Climate Cash "Cliffhanger"
11/13/2021 - COP26: New global climate deal struck in Glasgow
11/13/2021 - COP26: How might decisions at the climate summit change our lives?
11/13/2021 - "Blah, Blah, Blah": Greta Thunberg On UN Climate Deal
11/13/2021 - World Still "Knocking On The Door Of Climate Catastrophe": UN Chief
11/13/2021 - Factbox: What's In The Glasgow UN Climate Pact?
11/13/2021 - UN Climate Deal "A Big Step Forward": UK's Boris Johnson
11/13/2021 - COP26 climate deal: 'It won't save us from drowning'
11/14/2021 - Neal Stephenson on his new geoengineering climate change thriller and coining the term 'metaverse'
11/14/2021 - 'Still on the road to hell': Global media reacts to COP26 climate deal
11/14/2021 - UK PM Says UN Climate Deal Deal "Tinged With Disappointment"
11/15/2021 - Biden's infrastructure bill includes $50 billion to fight climate change disasters
11/15/2021 - Jeff Bezos says he spends more on climate than space travel and recounts the time he played an alien
11/15/2021 - How Covid conspiracists are shifting to climate change denial
11/16/2021 - What the COP26 climate conference really accomplished
11/16/2021 - Get ready for a Christmas tree shortage, as supply chain issues and climate change team up
11/16/2021 - COP26: The truth behind the new climate change denial
11/16/2021 - Climate change: What did the scientists make of COP26?
11/17/2021 - Don't be too critical on China for changing pledge on coal, EU's climate chief says
11/17/2021 - Vancouver storm: Minister says there is "no doubt" it is linked to climate change
11/17/2021 - U.S. holds historic oil and gas lease sale in Gulf of Mexico days after climate summit
11/18/2021 - "Climate change threatening the very survival of BOTs", Prince William
11/18/2021 - Facebook Promoted False Claims About Climate Change During COP26: Report
11/19/2021 - House passes Biden plan that funds universal pre-K, Medicare expansion and climate programs
11/19/2021 - The House just approved the biggest climate investment in U.S. history — now it heads to the Senate
11/19/2021 - The House passed Biden's massive social safety net and climate bill. Here's what happens next
11/20/2021 - Why China and India aren’t the climate villains of COP26
11/21/2021 - How should we teach children about climate change?
11/22/2021 - Climate change fuels a water rights conflict built on over a century of broken promises
11/24/2021 - 'Either we kill it, or it will kill us': The fight against shadow courts threatening climate goals
11/25/2021 - Research done in Falklands shows albatrosses are “divorcing” because of climate change
11/25/2021 - Yale psychologist: How to cope in a world of climate disasters, trauma and anxiety
11/25/2021 - Canada "Worst Performer" On Climate Among G7 Nations: Commissioner
11/25/2021 - New German Vice-Chancellor A 'Super' Minister Of Energy, Climate, Economy
11/27/2021 - He spent almost 50 years alone at 10,000 feet. His hobby helped shape climate research in the Rockies.
12/01/2021 - Nearly 30% Of UK Birds Endangered Amid Climate Crisis, Report Warns
12/01/2021 - India, China Need To "Step Up": US Climate Envoy On Global Warming
12/05/2021 - Climate change: Is ‘blue hydrogen’ Japan’s answer to coal?
12/07/2021 - Wall Street believes Biden's climate and social plan will become law – and boost infrastructure
12/13/2021 - December tornadoes are part of ‘new normal’ caused by climate change, FEMA chief says
12/13/2021 - India Votes Against UN Draft Resolution On Climate Change. Here's Why
12/14/2021 - Climate tech investment is soaring this year — but might not be going to the right areas, PwC says
12/15/2021 - New York City is banning natural gas hookups for new buildings to fight climate change
12/23/2021 - Climate change: Small army of volunteers keeping deniers off Wikipedia
12/24/2021 - Climate change: Lapland reindeer gone astray in search for food
12/26/2021 - Climate change: Huge toll of extreme weather disasters in 2021
12/28/2021 - HMS Protector breaks polar record and involved in scientific research on penguins and climate change
12/28/2021 - Uruguay consolidates climate change policy, minister says
01/04/2022 - Al Roker on climate change: ‘I think people want action, and they are taking it into their own hands’
01/09/2022 - Dutch Government Swearing-In Today. Their Challenge: Covid And Climate
01/14/2022 - Climate Change Worsening Effect Of Humid Heat On Outdoor Workers: Study
01/19/2022 - France Calls To Add Abortion, Climate Protection To European Union's Charter
01/21/2022 - False banana: Is Ethiopia's enset 'wondercrop' for climate change?
01/25/2022 - Climate change concern: Gentoo colonies moving further south
01/29/2022 - Storm Ana: Deadly Africa storm shows climate crisis reality - UN
02/02/2022 - Climate change: EU moves to label nuclear and gas as sustainable despite internal row
02/06/2022 - Climate change: Top companies exaggerating their progress - study
02/10/2022 - China, Climate, Covid On The Table As Quad Diplomats To Meet Today
02/12/2022 - Scientific survey of penguins response to climate change in Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica
02/14/2022 - Stakes "Never Been Higher" In Fight Against Climate Change: UN Panel
02/16/2022 - Crucial Climate Action? China To Run Coal Power Plants At Full Capacity
02/18/2022 - Climate change: Covid shutdown linked to record rainfall in China
02/21/2022 - IPCC: Climate change report to sound warning on impacts
02/24/2022 - Earth's Coldest Forests Are Shifting Northward With Climate Change: Study
02/27/2022 - Nations Approve Major UN Report On Accelerating Impact Of Climate Change
02/27/2022 - Russian Official Apologises For War In Ukraine At UN Climate Meet
02/28/2022 - Climate change: IPCC report warns of ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming
02/28/2022 - Some Climate Impacts "Irreversible", "Liveable Future" At Risk, Warns UN
02/28/2022 - How Climate Change Will Impact World's Regions Differently
03/01/2022 - IPCC reveals global impact of human induced climate change
03/02/2022 - Here It "Goes"-T: Climate And Fire-Tracking Satellite Launched To Orbit
03/05/2022 - How To Tackle Climate Change The Chile Way? Create Park To Save Glaciers
03/08/2022 - Climate change: EU unveils plan to end reliance on Russian gas
03/14/2022 - Australia climate change: Court overturns teenagers' case against minister
03/16/2022 - UN Adopts Resolution Promoting Bicycles To Combat Climate Change
03/21/2022 - Climate change: 'Madness' to turn to fossil fuels because of Ukraine war
03/22/2022 - Climate change, weak markets and high costs challenge wool farmers in Punta Arenas
03/24/2022 - UN calls for early warning systems against extreme weather and climate change on World Meteorological Day
03/26/2022 - Plant dynamics in Antarctica because of climate change
03/29/2022 - Climate change: Wind and solar reach milestone as demand surges
04/04/2022 - "Dramatic Shift": World Reacts To UN Climate Solutions
04/04/2022 - "Now Or Never" To Avoid Climate Catastrophe, Warns UN
04/07/2022 - Canada's '300 Million Barrels Oil' Project Belies Its Climate Goals
04/07/2022 - Uruguay takes action as climate change threatens waters will advance on coastline
04/11/2022 - Former CAF, OAS agree on climate action and biodiversity agenda
04/11/2022 - Southern Africa storms fuelled by climate change - study
04/13/2022 - Climate change: COP26 promises will hold warming under 2C
04/15/2022 - Climate change: Key UN finding widely misinterpreted
04/16/2022 - Durban floods: Is it a consequence of climate change?
04/16/2022 - Climate change: 'We're making wine in Norway'
04/19/2022 - Climate Change, Albinism and Me
04/22/2022 - Twitter Bans Ads That Defy Climate Change Science
04/22/2022 - Biden Protects US Forests But Struggles On Biggest Climate Goals
04/25/2022 - Efficiency of peat ecosystems helping contain climate change, underlined by Chile at the Venice Biennal
04/25/2022 - How high-profile scientists felt tricked by group denying climate change
04/29/2022 - Ocean life to disappear if climate change not addressed, study warns
05/03/2022 - Climate change has NZ sinking - floods to become routine events
05/03/2022 - Paraguay turns down Venezuelan oil – climate change "an absurdity"
05/05/2022 - World Needs Food System 'Transformation' To Tackle Climate Change: Report
05/10/2022 - Australia election 2022: What will the vote mean for climate policies?
05/11/2022 - Indian-American Named Dean Of Stanford University's Climate Change School
05/14/2022 - Argentina wheat crop estimates for 2022/23 lowered, given fears of dry climate
05/17/2022 - Climate change swells odds of record India, Pakistan heatwaves
05/18/2022 - Climate Change Indicators Hit Record Highs In 2021: UN Chief
05/19/2022 - Climate Change Making Heatwave In India More Intense, More Frequent
05/21/2022 - Is Climate Change Behind Bangladesh's "Worst Floods In Nearly 2 Decades"
05/21/2022 - World Economic Forum Davos Meet Returns; Focus On Ukraine, Climate Change
05/21/2022 - Australia election: Anthony Albanese signals climate policy change
05/23/2022 - Climate change election: Labor pledges to make Australia “a renewable energy superpower”
05/23/2022 - Climate Action On CO2 Emissions Alone Won't Prevent Extreme Warming: Study
05/23/2022 - Australia's New PM's Climate Change Pitch At Quad
05/24/2022 - Climate Change Causing People To Sleep Less, Claims Study
06/05/2022 - Bonn climate conference: Ukraine war no excuse for prolonging coal, Kerry warns
06/08/2022 - Ketchup Will Be The Next Climate Change Victim, Says Study
06/08/2022 - Damage Well Beyond...: Report Shows Impact Of Climate Change On Economies
06/08/2022 - Climate change: New Zealand's plan to tax cow and sheep burps
06/10/2022 - Malala Yousafzai Joins Greta Thunberg's Climate Protest In Sweden
06/12/2022 - Climate change a bigger threat than war, Fiji tells security summit
06/14/2022 - Mothers Bear Brunt Of Climate Change In World's Hottest City In Pakistan
06/14/2022 - How The Gambia’s oyster farmers are being hit by climate change
06/15/2022 - Climate change: Rich nations accused of 'betrayal' at Bonn talks
06/22/2022 - New Zealand korora penguins dying because of climate change with food more difficult to reach
06/24/2022 - Climate Activists Slam EU Renegotiation Of Fossil Fuel Deal
06/26/2022 - 11 Arrested After Australia Climate Change Protest Disrupts Peak-Hour Traffic
06/27/2022 - Sydney climate protests: Activists block streets and harbour tunnel
06/28/2022 - G7 Leaders Agree To Create "Climate Club" To Tackle Global Warming
07/08/2022 - Big fish sightings are spiking. Climate change may be the cause.
07/15/2022 - Tonga Volcano Eruption To Help Scientists Predict Climate Change: Report
07/17/2022 - "Climate Change Affects Everyone": Europe Fights Wildfires In Searing Heat
07/20/2022 - Biden Vows Climate Action As Heatwave Hits US, Europe
07/20/2022 - Biden unveils $2.3bn plan to fight climate change
07/24/2022 - Climate protesters dragged away after attempting glue stunt with Botticelli masterpiece
07/24/2022 - Biden could declare climate emergency - Kerry
07/27/2022 - Climate change killing elephants, says Kenya
07/27/2022 - Senator Joe Manchin suddenly backs Biden climate and tax bill
07/28/2022 - Human-Caused Climate Change Made UK Heatwave 10 Times More Likely: Study
08/07/2022 - Climate change: US takes step closer to passing 'historic' bill
08/07/2022 - Make America Greener: Biden's "Ambitious" Climate Plan Gets Senate Nod
08/08/2022 - Climate change: Alps glaciers melting faster as heatwaves hit
08/08/2022 - Panama Canal grapples with climate change threat
08/12/2022 - Climate change: Drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies
08/13/2022 - Climate activists fill golf holes with cement after water ban exemption
08/15/2022 - Water Shortage Triggered By Climate Change Threatens Tibetan Plateau: Study
08/15/2022 - Former Grenada Minister Appointed As United Nations Climate Chief
08/16/2022 - Biden signs tax, health and climate bill into law
08/19/2022 - Climate change forces indigenous islanders in Panama to relocate
08/24/2022 - Two thirds of Europe threatened by the worst drought in "at least 500 years", EC climate report
08/25/2022 - Climate change: Russia burning huge amounts of gas, puzzling experts
08/29/2022 - "Climate Catastrophe": Pakistan Flood Toll Passes 1,000
08/30/2022 - Pakistan PM Amid Floods: "Shouldn't Be Left At Mercy Of Climate Change"
09/01/2022 - In US, First Climate Refugees Find Safe Haven In Louisiana
09/02/2022 - How Pakistan floods are linked to climate change
09/06/2022 - Swedish Politicians Ignoring Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg
09/07/2022 - Dutch City First In World To Ban Meat Advertisements Over Climate Worries
09/08/2022 - Australia sets new climate target in landmark bill
09/08/2022 - Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records
09/09/2022 - Three ways climate change makes adventure tourism riskier
09/10/2022 - Never Seen Climate Change On This Scale: UN Chief On Floods In Pakistan
09/14/2022 - Even The Dead Getting 500 Euros "Climate Bonus" In Austria
09/14/2022 - American Billionaire Donated His Entire Company To Combat Climate Change
09/15/2022 - Climate change: Pakistan floods 'likely' made worse by warming
09/15/2022 - Climate Change Likely Contributed To Deadly Floods In Pakistan: Report
09/20/2022 - UN chief: 'Tax fossil fuel profits for climate damage'
09/22/2022 - Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to law enforcement
09/23/2022 - Climate Disaster "Will Not Stay In Pakistan," Pakistan PM Warns UN
09/30/2022 - COP27: Egypt pressed to make human rights move before climate summit
10/01/2022 - Bitcoin Mining's Climate Damage Is As Bad As Beef, Fossil Fuel: Study
10/01/2022 - King Charles Won't Attend Climate Summit After UK PM's Objection: Report
10/07/2022 - IAATO advances climate strategy and collects all Antarctica visitors fuel data consumption
10/12/2022 - Climate change: Greenland's culture shifts as Arctic heats up
10/12/2022 - "Tax On Cows' Burps And Farts": New Zealand's New Climate Proposal
10/13/2022 - Uruguayan Economy minister highlights the importance of climate actions
10/17/2022 - "Russia Is Storm, China Is Climate Change": Germany Spy Chief
10/18/2022 - This 26-Year-Old Just Became Climate Minister In This Country
10/18/2022 - 1 Billion Children At "Extremely High Risk" Due To Climate Change: Report
10/18/2022 - HSBC climate change adverts banned by UK watchdog
10/22/2022 - Argentina's wheat harvest the worst in seven years caused by climate variability
10/22/2022 - Vietnam's "Wave Of Repression" Threatens Climate Goals: Human Rights Group
10/23/2022 - Watch: Climate Activists Throw Mashed Potatoes At Claude Monet's Painting
10/23/2022 - Cop 27: Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline sparks climate row
10/25/2022 - COP27: Climate change threatening global health - report
10/26/2022 - Climate Pledges Still Off Track To Limit Temperature Rises: UN Report
10/26/2022 - COP27: Prioritise climate or face catastrophe - UN chief
10/27/2022 - Controversy in EU over climate goals, war and companies suing states for their investments
10/27/2022 - Video: Climate Activist Glues Himself To Table During Talk Show
10/28/2022 - Joe Biden To Attend COP27 Climate Summit Next Month In Egypt: White House
10/29/2022 - Climate variability complicating crop sowing in Brazilian farming states
10/29/2022 - Earth Is Now In A "Code Red" Situation Due To Climate Change: Report
10/31/2022 - COP27 Climate Summit To Test Resolve Of World Battling War, Inflation
11/01/2022 - Watch: Climate Protesters Try To Breach London's Downing Street Security
11/01/2022 - Ex-UK PM Boris Johnson To Attend COP27 Climate Summit In Egypt
11/02/2022 - Microsoft Chief Warns Of Talent Crunch For Tackling Climate Change
11/02/2022 - COP27: What have global leaders done on climate change in 2022?
11/02/2022 - Climate change: No glaciers on Kilimanjaro by 2050
11/03/2022 - UN Calls On Nations To "Urgently" Boost Climate Funds
11/03/2022 - Due To Climate Change, Emperor Penguins Are Now A Threatened Species
11/03/2022 - US Must 'Take Responsibility" For Climate Ties Breakdown: China
11/04/2022 - Berlin climate protesters condemned after death of cyclist
11/04/2022 - COP27: Climate anxiety is rising - it might be a good thing
11/05/2022 - Climate Activists Glue Their Hands To 2 Francisco Goya Paintings In Spain
11/05/2022 - COP27: 'Watershed moment' as UN climate summit begins
11/06/2022 - COP27 Summit To Open With Plea To Discuss Climate Compensation
11/06/2022 - Climate change: Expert says just saying no to fossil fuel doesn't work
11/06/2022 - "Why Are We Here": Climate Activists Sidelined At COP27 Summit
11/07/2022 - France's Macron Urges US, China "To Pay Fair Share" For Climate Action
11/07/2022 - World Leaders Gather At COP27 Climate Summit Under Cloud Of Crises
11/07/2022 - Choose Climate Solidarity Or Collective Suicide: UN Chief To World Leaders
11/07/2022 - Nations Band Together To Keep Forest Promise In Climate Summit
11/07/2022 - Watch: Rishi Sunak Rushed Out Of Room By Aides At Climate Summit
11/07/2022 - Time To Act Faster On Climate Change: Rishi Sunak At COP27 Summit
11/07/2022 - Ukraine is reason to act fast on climate - UK PM
11/07/2022 - With Musk's Twitter Takeover, Climate Experts Fear Rise In Misinformation
11/08/2022 - Developing Countries Need $1 Trillion A Year For Climate Action: Report
11/08/2022 - Despite US Mid-Term Polls, Biden To Stick To Climate Goals: John Kerry
11/08/2022 - COP27: Is climate change going to make diseases more likely in future?
11/08/2022 - Climate Policy Impossible Without Peace: Ukraine's Zelensky
11/08/2022 - At COP27, Island Nations Seek Climate Compensation Fund From India, China
11/08/2022 - AOSIS countries want oil companies to fund climate action through taxation
11/08/2022 - COP27: What is the climate impact of private jets?
11/09/2022 - What Happens After Warming Hits 1.5C? A Guide to Climate Overshoot
11/09/2022 - US Mid-Term Polls Make Waves At COP27 Climate Summit
11/09/2022 - COP27: Sharp rise in fossil fuel industry delegates at climate summit
11/10/2022 - COP27: Key climate goal of 1.5C rise faces new challenge
11/10/2022 - "Hypocrisy" Claims As UN Climate Summit Delegates Arrive In Private Jets
11/11/2022 - Falklands residents demand “local and world leaders tackle climate change”
11/11/2022 - On Climate Crisis, Joe Biden Says "Very Life Of The Planet" Is At Stake
11/11/2022 - "Apologise We Ever Pulled Out": Biden On Trump's Climate Deal U-Turn
11/12/2022 - UN Climate Summit Plagued By Glitches
11/12/2022 - Ros Atkins on... Is the 1.5C climate target still possible?
11/14/2022 - Climate Change Could Move 65% Of Insect Population Towards Extinction
11/14/2022 - COP27: Without Greta, activists make waves at climate summit
11/15/2022 - Small firms have a big role fighting climate change
11/16/2022 - Climate change: Brazil's Lula to return to world stage at COP27
11/16/2022 - Climate Change Set To "Increase Hunger" In Africa, Warns United Nations
11/16/2022 - $1 Billion Promised By European Union For Climate Resilience In Africa
11/17/2022 - New discoveries in Antarctica shed light on climate change's impact
11/17/2022 - UN Chief Urges Nations To Stop 'Blame Games' At Climate Summit
11/18/2022 - Watch: Climate Change Activists Target Andy Warhol Exhibition In Milan
11/18/2022 - US Climate Envoy John Kerry Tests Positive For Covid At COP27
11/19/2022 - European Union Rejects "Unacceptable" Emissions Proposal At Climate Talks
11/19/2022 - Deal Reached On "Loss And Damage" Fund At UN Climate Talks: Report
11/19/2022 - COP27: UN climate talks go into the night amid tense negotiations
11/19/2022 - Climate Talks Okay Fund To Cover Damages Suffered Due To Global Warming
11/20/2022 - COP27: Climate costs deal struck but no fossil fuel progress
11/20/2022 - "More Must Be Done": UK PM Rishi Sunak On Climate Summit Agreement
11/25/2022 - Greta Thunberg, Over 600 Youths Sue Sweden For Climate Inaction
11/29/2022 - Climate change consequences drastically cutting Argentina's winter and summer crops
11/30/2022 - Falklands part of the global climate crisis, both in consequences and attempts to find solutions
11/30/2022 - Climate change: US to pay $75m to relocate tribes facing flood threat
11/30/2022 - Climate Activists Deflate Tyres Of 900 Cars In 8 Countries. Here's Why
12/01/2022 - Falklands paper on climate change and oceans' biodiversity accepted at the COP 27 summit in Egypt
12/02/2022 - Climate Tragedy: South Pacific's Vanuatu To Relocate 'Dozens' Of Villages
12/04/2022 - EU must act over distortions from US climate plan - von der Leyen
12/20/2022 - Falklands prepares for climate change, which is arriving with much less rainfall
12/24/2022 - UK/Falklands airbridge cancelled until 27 December because of climate conditions and defense priorities
12/29/2022 - SAERI: Climate change resilience in the Falklands Fisheries and Marine Ecosystems
12/30/2022 - British Indian Knighted By King Charles For Efforts Against Climate Change
01/05/2023 - Brazil: Environment Minister announces National Authority for Climate Security
01/10/2023 - Climate change: Europe and polar regions bear brunt of warming in 2022
01/11/2023 - Lützerath eviction: German police drag climate protesters from coal village
01/30/2023 - Fernández and Scholz discuss Ukraine, climate change, and energy resources
02/02/2023 - "Social Change" Essential To Meet Paris Climate Goal: Report
02/07/2023 - Oil Still Indispensable To Global Economy: UAE Climate Change Envoy
02/10/2023 - Drilling in Antarctica to find the Earth's oldest ice and 1,5 million years of climate history
02/15/2023 - David Malpass: World Bank leader who was called climate denier quits
02/16/2023 - Climate Activists Glue Themselves To Berlinale's Red Carpet
02/20/2023 - Brazil's Finance Minister to discuss climate change one-on-one
02/20/2023 - In New England, climate change is imperiling a winter tradition
02/21/2023 - Malawi benefits from Scotland's climate fund - President Chakwera
02/27/2023 - US envoy to discuss climate change with Brazilian VP and ministers
03/01/2023 - Brazil reinstates task force to tackle climate change
03/03/2023 - US Conservatives Divided Over Climate Change
03/08/2023 - Drones Used To Map Antarctica To Monitor Effects Of Climate Change: Study
03/08/2023 - Climate change: New idea for sucking up CO2 from air shows promise
03/20/2023 - UN climate report: Scientists release 'survival guide' to avert climate disaster
03/21/2023 - Urgent Climate Action Needed To Limit Warming To 1.5 Degrees: UN Report
03/21/2023 - Guterres warns climate bomb ticking
03/22/2023 - Landmark UN Water conference in New York to address climate change and drinking water
03/23/2023 - Claude Lorius: Pioneering French climate change scientist dies aged 91
03/26/2023 - Air Turbulence On The Rise Due To Climate Change, Could Become Worse: Study
03/27/2023 - Brazilian Gov't eyes permanent climate emergency for over 1,000 cities
03/28/2023 - UN meeting on climate change kicks off in Chile
03/28/2023 - Swiss court case ties human rights to climate change
04/03/2023 - Climate change: Catalonia in grip of worst drought in decades
04/04/2023 - Brazil launches platform to spot climate vulnerable terrain
04/11/2023 - Climate change: Fossil fuel emissions from electricity set to fall - report
04/14/2023 - G7 Faces Pressure On Fossil Fuel Pledges At Japan Climate Talks
04/15/2023 - The 'ninjas' fighting climate change denial on Twitter
04/16/2023 - Australia climate protest: Rising Tide activists shovel coal off train
04/20/2023 - Shift In Global Governance Needed To Tackle Climate Crisis: UN Report
04/21/2023 - Low Crop Yield, Heatwaves, Fires, Deaths: UN's Climate Change Report
04/21/2023 - Pics: Climate Activists Launch 4-Day "Non-Violent" Mass Protest In London
04/22/2023 - Scientists Preserve Arctic Ice Before It Melts Away Due To Climate Change
04/24/2023 - Climate change: recent, rapid ocean warming alarms scientists
04/27/2023 - Climate change: Spain braced for record April temperatures
05/06/2023 - Latin America needs to take climate change seriously, says Moody's
05/07/2023 - "Extreme Climate Models...": Vietnam Posts Record High Temperature
05/07/2023 - Climate change: Vietnam records highest-ever temperature of 44.1C
05/20/2023 - Lula, Japanese PM discuss bilateral trade and climate change
05/21/2023 - Trevi Fountain: Climate activists turn water in Rome landmark black
05/22/2023 - Climate Change To Push 30% Species Over Tipping Points: Study
05/22/2023 - Foreign Secretary in 4-country tour of Latin America and Caribbean to cement partnerships on climate, people and peace
05/24/2023 - "Go To Hell, Shell": Climate Activists Disrupt Oil Giant's Key Meeting
05/24/2023 - German climate activists raided for forming 'criminal group'
05/25/2023 - Germany's climate protests: Activism or crime?
05/26/2023 - California’s cliffs are crumbling as climate change reshapes the coast
05/26/2023 - Brazil To Host COP30 Climate Summit In Amazon In 2025: Report
05/27/2023 - Belém to host UN Climate Summit 2025 (COP30)
05/31/2023 - Pipeline deal in debt ceiling agreement angers climate advocates. Is it legal?
05/31/2023 - Amazon staff protest climate record and office return
06/03/2023 - How Chocolate Could Counter Climate Change
06/04/2023 - Climate change: How is my country doing on tackling it?
06/07/2023 - Panama Canal water level suffering from climate change
06/07/2023 - Russia Aims To Block EU From Hosting COP29 Climate Summit
06/08/2023 - Is climate change fuelling Canada's wildfires?

Is climate change fuelling Canada's wildfires?

Published: 06/08/2023 in BBC News - World

Smoke from wildfires has enveloped Toronto and New York. We look at the role of a changing climate.

Russia Aims To Block EU From Hosting COP29 Climate Summit

Published: 06/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia intends to block European Union countries from hosting next year's U.N. international climate negotiations, according to internal emails seen by Reuters.

Panama Canal water level suffering from climate change

Published: 06/07/2023 in MercoPress

Everstream, a consulting firm monitoring supply chains, claims that each ship passing through the canal requires approximately 200 million liters of fresh water. Since the Panama Canal connected the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific in the early 20th century, it changes forever the history of global shipping. Before the canal was completed, ships had to go around the southern tip of South America, close to the Falklands coal fueling deposits, and a much longer and more dangerous route.

Climate change: How is my country doing on tackling it?

Published: 06/04/2023 in BBC News - World

Find out how the world's major economies are doing on cutting their emissions and what lies ahead.

How Chocolate Could Counter Climate Change

Published: 06/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

At a red-brick factory in the German port city of Hamburg, cocoa bean shells go in one end, and out the other comes an amazing black powder with the potential to counter climate change.

Amazon staff protest climate record and office return

Published: 05/31/2023 in BBC News - World

Organisers say nearly 2,000 staff have pledged to participate in the protest.

Pipeline deal in debt ceiling agreement angers climate advocates. Is it legal?

Published: 05/31/2023 in Washington Post

The agreement would overrule federal courts that have repeatedly found the pipeline in violation of environmental laws.

Belém to host UN Climate Summit 2025 (COP30)

Published: 05/27/2023 in MercoPress

“I am sure that Governor Helder Barbalho and the people of Pará are prepared to promote the best COP in history,” Lula said when making the announcement The Brazilian city of BelĂ©m, the capital of the state of Pará, will host UN Climate Summit 2025 (COP30), President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva announced Friday in a video published on social networks. "It will be an honor for Brazil to receive representatives from all over the world in a state of our Amazon," said Lula.

Brazil To Host COP30 Climate Summit In Amazon In 2025: Report

Published: 05/26/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The UN has chosen Brazil to host the international climate meeting, COP30, in the Amazonian city of Belem do Para in 2025. The announcement came from Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Friday, according to CNN.

California’s cliffs are crumbling as climate change reshapes the coast

Published: 05/26/2023 in Washington Post

Planners always knew choices would have to be made whether to keep building along the edge of the Pacific. They just didn't think it would happen so quickly.

Germany's climate protests: Activism or crime?

Published: 05/25/2023 in BBC News - World

Raids on the Last Generation activist group have fuelled a debate over the limits of peaceful protest.

German climate activists raided for forming 'criminal group'

Published: 05/24/2023 in BBC News - World

German police launch raids in seven states against a group involved in controversial stunts.

"Go To Hell, Shell": Climate Activists Disrupt Oil Giant's Key Meeting

Published: 05/24/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Shell's shareholders' meeting was delayed by more than an hour due to protest by climate activists.

Foreign Secretary in 4-country tour of Latin America and Caribbean to cement partnerships on climate, people and peace

Published: 05/22/2023 in MercoPress

The Foreign Secretary visiting a mangrove restoration project in South Clarendon during his visit to Jamaica Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is visiting countries across Latin America, Colombia, Chile and Brazil, and Jamaica in the Caribbean over the next 7 days to renew the UK’s relationship with the influential region. Cleverly arrived in Jamaica on 18 May, on the first leg of a 4-country trip that will focus on climate, democracy, and the links between our people.

Climate Change To Push 30% Species Over Tipping Points: Study

Published: 05/22/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The study, analysed data from over 35,000 species of animals -- including mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, corals, and fish, from every continent and ocean basin.

Trevi Fountain: Climate activists turn water in Rome landmark black

Published: 05/21/2023 in BBC News - World

Climate change protesters Last Generation pour "vegetable charcoal" into the Rome landmark.

Lula, Japanese PM discuss bilateral trade and climate change

Published: 05/20/2023 in MercoPress

After Kishida, Lula met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva met Saturday in Hiroshima with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida ahead of the G7 Summit to discuss further cooperation between the two countries, Agencia Brasil reported. Both leaders agreed to expand bilateral trade and combat climate change, among other issues.

Climate change: Vietnam records highest-ever temperature of 44.1C

Published: 05/07/2023 in BBC News - World

One farmer said the fierce heat meant people had to finish work by 10 o'clock in the morning.

"Extreme Climate Models...": Vietnam Posts Record High Temperature

Published: 05/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Vietnam reported a record high temperature late Saturday with a north-central weather station measuring 44.1 degrees Celsius, officials said, breaking a previous high set in 2019.

Latin America needs to take climate change seriously, says Moody's

Published: 05/06/2023 in MercoPress

Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina are the leading CO2 emitters in the region, accounting for about 70 % of the GDP generated in the region According to a Moody's Analytics report published this week, Latin America will lose productivity to climate change if it does not take swift action. The document titled "Latin America under the risk of climate change" explained that governments, companies, and financial institutions should adopt preventive measures to reduce carbon emissions, in order to mitigate eventual damages caused by climate change.

Climate change: Spain braced for record April temperatures

Published: 04/27/2023 in BBC News - World

Temperatures could exceed 38C in southern Spain today as an influx of heat from Africa brings summer early.

Climate change: recent, rapid ocean warming alarms scientists

Published: 04/24/2023 in BBC News - World

There’s growing concern that the oceans are heating up quickly – and scientists are unsure of the implications.

Scientists Preserve Arctic Ice Before It Melts Away Due To Climate Change

Published: 04/22/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Scientists have succeeded in saving samples of ancient Arctic ice for analysis in a race against time before it melts away due to climate change, they said this week.

Pics: Climate Activists Launch 4-Day "Non-Violent" Mass Protest In London

Published: 04/21/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion on Friday began four days of action in London, promising less disruption and more inclusion than the mass blockades that became its trademark.

Low Crop Yield, Heatwaves, Fires, Deaths: UN's Climate Change Report

Published: 04/21/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Record levels of heat-trapping greenhouse gases have led to increased incidences of droughts, floods and heatwaves on a global scale, the World Meteorological Organisation's (WMO) annual report for 2022 said.

Shift In Global Governance Needed To Tackle Climate Crisis: UN Report

Published: 04/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

There needs to be a major shift in global governance to better tackle such current and looming challenges as the climate crisis and rising security threats, according to a new UN report.

Australia climate protest: Rising Tide activists shovel coal off train

Published: 04/16/2023 in BBC News - World

Some 50 protesters are arrested after halting cargo bound for the country's top coal export terminal.

The 'ninjas' fighting climate change denial on Twitter

Published: 04/15/2023 in BBC News - World

A secretive group of internet vigilantes has vowed to cleanse Twitter of false information about climate change.

G7 Faces Pressure On Fossil Fuel Pledges At Japan Climate Talks

Published: 04/14/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

G7 climate ministers kick off two days of talks in northern Japan on Saturday, with campaigners warning the world's leading developed economies against backtracking on their fossil fuel commitments.

Climate change: Fossil fuel emissions from electricity set to fall - report

Published: 04/11/2023 in BBC News - World

Rise in wind and solar energy means that use of coal, oil and gas may have peaked for energy production.

Brazil launches platform to spot climate vulnerable terrain

Published: 04/04/2023 in MercoPress

“Understanding risk and vulnerability helps us adapt to changes in the climate,” Minister Góes said. Photo: REUTERS Brazil's Ministry of Integration and Regional Development (MIDR) and Microsoft do Brasil Monday launched the ClimaAdapt platform, a tool that uses public data from different environmental agencies to identify regions nationwide particularly vulnerable to extreme weather events, Agencia Brasil reported.

Climate change: Catalonia in grip of worst drought in decades

Published: 04/03/2023 in BBC News - World

Water levels at a reservoir in the northern Spanish region have fallen below 10% of its capacity.

Swiss court case ties human rights to climate change

Published: 03/28/2023 in BBC News - World

Thousands of women say the country's climate change policy damages their right to life and health.

UN meeting on climate change kicks off in Chile

Published: 03/28/2023 in MercoPress

Climate change represents “an unprecedented threat for the whole world,” Minister Rojas warned Experts from all over the world convened in Santiago, Chile, Monday for the opening day of a United Nations (UN) week of adaptation to climate change to address impacts and challenges, it was reported.

Brazilian Gov't eyes permanent climate emergency for over 1,000 cities

Published: 03/27/2023 in MercoPress

“We are living under the effect of climate change that is getting worse every day,” Minister Silva said Brazil's Minister of Environment and Climate Change Marina Silva Sunday admitted that President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's administration was considering the possibility of declaring a state of climate emergency in 1,038 municipalities mapped as most vulnerable, Agencia Brasil reported.

Air Turbulence On The Rise Due To Climate Change, Could Become Worse: Study

Published: 03/26/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change may be causing an increase in airplane turbulence, which is predicted to triple in frequency between 2050 and 2080.

Claude Lorius: Pioneering French climate change scientist dies aged 91

Published: 03/23/2023 in BBC News - World

His expeditions to Antarctica helped prove that humans were responsible for global warming.

Landmark UN Water conference in New York to address climate change and drinking water

Published: 03/22/2023 in MercoPress

To reach the goal’s targets, the world will need to quadruple its efforts to connect people to safely managed water networks and sanitation systems. Leaders will gather this week in New York City for a landmark United Nations conference, an event expected to focus on the rising toll of the climate crisis and the effort to provide clean drinking water to a global population of over 8 billion.

Guterres warns climate bomb ticking

Published: 03/21/2023 in MercoPress

“Our world needs climate action on all fronts,” Guterres insisted United Nations Secretary-General AntĂłnio Guterres said Monday in a recorded appearance before a UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that in order to avoid a climate catastrophe, carbon emissions must be halved by 2030 because "the climate bomb is ticking."

Urgent Climate Action Needed To Limit Warming To 1.5 Degrees: UN Report

Published: 03/21/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The world is very likely to miss the most important climate target of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels but drastic and urgent action in this decade can prevent it, a UN panel on climate change said i

UN climate report: Scientists release 'survival guide' to avert climate disaster

Published: 03/20/2023 in BBC News - World

Technology is providing solutions but the climate forecast is worsening, scientists say in major report.

Climate change: New idea for sucking up CO2 from air shows promise

Published: 03/08/2023 in BBC News - World

A new way of sucking carbon from the air is up to three times more effective than current technology.

Drones Used To Map Antarctica To Monitor Effects Of Climate Change: Study

Published: 03/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The drone-derived imagery is being used by researchers to evaluate the fragile ecosystem in Antarctica and changes in the extreme environment.

US Conservatives Divided Over Climate Change

Published: 03/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

US conservatives holding a big convention are divided on climate issues as basic as whether carbon dioxide is good for the planet and if global warming should be a priority for humanity in this day and age.

Brazil reinstates task force to tackle climate change

Published: 03/01/2023 in MercoPress

Kerry said Biden was interested in contributing to the Amazon Fund Brazil's Environment Minister Marina Silva was joined by US Presidential Envoy John Kerry when she announced on Tuesday that the government of Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva was creating a working group to tackle the effects of climate change by focusing on the fight against deforestation in the Amazon and the defense of indigenous peoples, Agencia Brasil reported.

US envoy to discuss climate change with Brazilian VP and ministers

Published: 02/27/2023 in MercoPress

Kerry is also expected to meet with Brazilian lawmakers and civil society leaders between Monday and Tuesday United States Presidential Advisor on Climate John Kerry landed in Brasilia Sunday for talks with Vice President Geraldo Alckmin (who is also Minister of Development, Industry, Commerce, and Services), with Environment and Climate Change Minister Marina Silva, and with Deputy Foreign Minister Maria Laura da Rocha,

Malawi benefits from Scotland's climate fund - President Chakwera

Published: 02/21/2023 in BBC News - World

President Chakwera says a Scottish fund for poor countries hit by climate change has helped Malawi.

In New England, climate change is imperiling a winter tradition

Published: 02/20/2023 in National

This winter has been exceedingly warm in New England, catastrophically so for business at what is usually Lake Morey's four-mile skating trail in Vermont.

Brazil's Finance Minister to discuss climate change one-on-one

Published: 02/20/2023 in MercoPress

Haddad believes Brazil can again play an important role in the current world scenario As he prepares to leave for Bangalore, India, this week to attend a G20 conference of economy ministers ahead of the summit of heads of government and state, Brazil's Fernando Haddad insisted that the largest South American country intends to be active again in the solution of global crises, Agencia Brasil reported. The Finance Minister also said he believed socio-environmental sustainability should be a topic in all his bilateral meetings.

Climate Activists Glue Themselves To Berlinale's Red Carpet

Published: 02/16/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A man and a woman glued themselves to the red carpet at the opening of Berlin's film festival on Thursday, calling on the German government and society to take more action to fight climate change.

David Malpass: World Bank leader who was called climate denier quits

Published: 02/15/2023 in BBC News - World

The White House has called for reforms to make the World Bank more responsive to climate issues.

Drilling in Antarctica to find the Earth's oldest ice and 1,5 million years of climate history

Published: 02/10/2023 in MercoPress

The 2022/23 drilling team at Little Dome C. Dr Rob Mulvaney, bottom left, is from BAS. Photo credit: Beyond Epica Scientists in East Antarctica drilling to find the Earth’s oldest ice have reached a key milestone after two months of fieldwork in sub-zero temperatures. The team is part of Beyond EPICA – Oldest Ice, an EU-funded research consortium from 10 European countries whose aim is to drill an ice core to capture 1.5 million years of climate history.

Oil Still Indispensable To Global Economy: UAE Climate Change Envoy

Published: 02/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The energy industry must play a role in the campaign to tackle global warming, the president of this year's UN climate talks said on Tuesday, denying any "conflict of interest".

"Social Change" Essential To Meet Paris Climate Goal: Report

Published: 02/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius is currently not plausible, according to a new report.

Fernández and Scholz discuss Ukraine, climate change, and energy resources

Published: 01/30/2023 in MercoPress

“In the northern hemisphere missiles are flying and people are dying,” and that has an impact on South America, Fernández told Scholz Argentine President Alberto Fernández and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz met Saturday at the Palacio San MartĂ­n (Foreign Ministry) in Buenos Aires, during the first stop of the South American tour of the European leader, who was scheduled to travel to Chile and Brazil.

Lützerath eviction: German police drag climate protesters from coal village

Published: 01/11/2023 in BBC News - World

German police in riot gear drag climate activists away from the abandoned village of Lützerath.

Climate change: Europe and polar regions bear brunt of warming in 2022

Published: 01/10/2023 in BBC News - World

Last year was the world's fifth warmest year with Europe enduring its hottest summer on record

Brazil: Environment Minister announces National Authority for Climate Security

Published: 01/05/2023 in MercoPress

Silva insisted Brazil had become an environmental pariah Săo Paulo Deputy-elect Marina Silva was sworn in Wednesday as Brazil's new Environment Ministry, almost 15 years after leaving that office during President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's second term in office.

British Indian Knighted By King Charles For Efforts Against Climate Change

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Alok Sharma, an Indian-origin former UK minister, has been knighted for his contribution to combating climate change through his leadership at the COP26 summit by King Charles III in his first New Year Honours list released in London.

SAERI: Climate change resilience in the Falklands Fisheries and Marine Ecosystems

Published: 12/29/2022 in MercoPress

The Falkland Islands Biodiversity Framework (FIBF) is a threats-based policy that outlines response strategies for identified threats The Falkland Islands (FI) historically lacked herbivorous mammals. The introduction of grazing animals has led to vegetation changes and soil erosion. The impact of these changes on wetland and aquatic habitats is not well-understood; limited past research suggests that water quality may remain fairly natural and is largely influenced by sea salt deposition and humic acids from peat runoff. Some studies, however, have shown evidence of human impacts, such as elevated nutrient concentrations in some ponds.

UK/Falklands airbridge cancelled until 27 December because of climate conditions and defense priorities

Published: 12/24/2022 in MercoPress

It was hoped that TOW 2232 may have been able to arrive in a window of better weather on Wednesday 21 December, but sadly this did not prove forthcoming The cancellation of the Brize Norton/Falkland Islands airbridge service this week, the last before Christmas, triggered much frustration and complaints among Falkland Islanders, who will now have to wait for the flight departing on December 27.

Falklands prepares for climate change, which is arriving with much less rainfall

Published: 12/20/2022 in MercoPress

MLA Biggs said there was a lack of long-term climate data across the Islands which has been a limiting factor in understanding the impact of climate change At the Legislative Assembly last week MLA Peter Biggs was invited to outline steps “the government and country had taken to coordinate a plan for climate action and assess and react our ocean needs, and landowners most pressing concern - our drying climate?”

EU must act over distortions from US climate plan - von der Leyen

Published: 12/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Ursula von der Leyen says the EU must act amid concerns within the bloc over US climate legislation.

Climate Tragedy: South Pacific's Vanuatu To Relocate 'Dozens' Of Villages

Published: 12/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Vanuatu is drawing up plans to relocate "dozens" of villages within the next two years, as they come under threat from rising seas, the Pacific nation's climate chief told AFP Thursday.

Falklands paper on climate change and oceans' biodiversity accepted at the COP 27 summit in Egypt

Published: 12/01/2022 in MercoPress

Marine Scientist Dr Narissa Bax from SAERI, made the presentation during her attendance of COP27 in Egypt The Falkland Islands presented a paper on climate education to the COP 27 summit meeting in Egypt which was accepted as part of a presentation to a hub on climate change consequences and possible solutions. Marine Scientist Dr Narissa Bax from the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute (SAERI), made the presentation during her attendance of COP27.

Climate Activists Deflate Tyres Of 900 Cars In 8 Countries. Here's Why

Published: 11/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An environmental protest group called Tyre Extinguishers claims to have deflated close to 900 SUVs and 4x4s worldwide.

Climate change: US to pay $75m to relocate tribes facing flood threat

Published: 11/30/2022 in BBC News - World

The Biden administration will give three tribal communities $75m to move from coastal areas.

Falklands part of the global climate crisis, both in consequences and attempts to find solutions

Published: 11/30/2022 in MercoPress

Already visible climate change effects in the Falklands as Laguna Isla dries out on East Falkland Falklands Conservation has called for a commitment to a net-zero greenhouse gas target for the Falkland Islands by 2050 - in line with a range of other nations from around the globe - as CEO of Falklands Conservation Esther Bertram said that without action “the Falklands are part of the global climate crisis, both in feeling the consequences and in trying to find solutions.”

Climate change consequences drastically cutting Argentina's winter and summer crops

Published: 11/29/2022 in MercoPress

Corn planting has been completed on 3,3 million hectares, 32% less that the intended area and the smallest for this time of the year since the 2015/16 harvest Climate change reality has caught up with Argentina with mounting uncertainties about summer crops, since the sowing of soybeans and corn is already below 40% of last year, already diminished.

Greta Thunberg, Over 600 Youths Sue Sweden For Climate Inaction

Published: 11/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 600 young people in Sweden, including climate activist Greta Thunberg, on Friday filed a lawsuit against the Swedish state accusing it of climate inaction, a first in the country.

"More Must Be Done": UK PM Rishi Sunak On Climate Summit Agreement

Published: 11/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Sunday welcomed the agreement reached at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, but warned "more must be done".

COP27: Climate costs deal struck but no fossil fuel progress

Published: 11/20/2022 in BBC News - World

Rich nations will pay climate damages, but the final deal does not cut fossil fuels further.

Climate Talks Okay Fund To Cover Damages Suffered Due To Global Warming

Published: 11/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UN's COP27 climate summit approved on Sunday the creation of a special fund to cover the damages suffered by vulnerable nations battered by the impacts of global warming.

COP27: UN climate talks go into the night amid tense negotiations

Published: 11/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Representatives at COP27 in Egypt have been locked in negotiations for far longer than expected.

Deal Reached On "Loss And Damage" Fund At UN Climate Talks: Report

Published: 11/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A deal was reached at UN climate talks on Saturday on creating a fund to cover the losses suffered by vulnerable countries hit by extreme weather, an EU source said.

European Union Rejects "Unacceptable" Emissions Proposal At Climate Talks

Published: 11/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Union said Saturday it would rather have "no result" than a bad one at UN climate talks, after rejecting a proposal from summit host Egypt as insufficiently ambitious on reducing carbon...

US Climate Envoy John Kerry Tests Positive For Covid At COP27

Published: 11/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. Special Climate Envoy John Kerry has tested positive for COVID-19 at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, but continues to work by phone, the State Department said on Friday.

Watch: Climate Change Activists Target Andy Warhol Exhibition In Milan

Published: 11/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate-change protesters threw flour on Friday over a sports car painted by the USpop artist Andy Warhol that is on display in Italy's financial capital.

UN Chief Urges Nations To Stop 'Blame Games' At Climate Summit

Published: 11/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

UN chief Antonio Guterres urged rich and developing nations to stop the "finger pointing" at crunch climate talks on Thursday and reach a deal on covering the losses suffered by vulnerable nations...

New discoveries in Antarctica shed light on climate change's impact

Published: 11/17/2022 in MercoPress

The finding means better predictions could be made on how the continent’s ice sheets may behave if global warming continues unchecked Researchers from Imperial College London have described a recent discovery in Antarctica as a clear sign of the loss of ice as a consequence of climate change. In their expert opinion, the newly-found 460-kilometer-long (285 miles) river under the Antarctic ice has accelerated the loss of ice mass.

$1 Billion Promised By European Union For Climate Resilience In Africa

Published: 11/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Union on Wednesday said it would dedicate more than $1 billion in climate funding to help countries in Africa boost their resilience in the face of the accelerating impact of global...

Climate Change Set To "Increase Hunger" In Africa, Warns United Nations

Published: 11/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As COP27 delegates in Egypt debate planet-heating emissions, the climate crisis is exacerbating devastating hunger across several African nations and will worsen further without urgent action, the UN...

Climate change: Brazil's Lula to return to world stage at COP27

Published: 11/16/2022 in BBC News - World

The Brazilian president-in-waiting is expected to say his country is a global player on climate again.

Small firms have a big role fighting climate change

Published: 11/15/2022 in BBC News - World

It's not just big corporates which need to cut their carbon footprint, small firms also have a part to play.

COP27: Without Greta, activists make waves at climate summit

Published: 11/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Young campaigners say they are calling out "greenwashing" at COP27 from the inside.

Climate Change Could Move 65% Of Insect Population Towards Extinction

Published: 11/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Cold-blooded insects are especially vulnerable to temperature changes because they lack the ability to control their body temperature.

Ros Atkins on... Is the 1.5C climate target still possible?

Published: 11/12/2022 in BBC News - World

The BBC's analysis editor looks at whether the UN's target to limit global warming can still be reached.

UN Climate Summit Plagued By Glitches

Published: 11/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Wheelchair struggles, scarce drinking water, $15 sandwiches and hotel price-gouging at the COP27 climate summit have sparked anger and forced host country Egypt into damage-control mode, participants...

"Apologise We Ever Pulled Out": Biden On Trump's Climate Deal U-Turn

Published: 11/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

While addressing the United Nations COP27 summit, the US president affirmed that the US was ready to take back the leadership of fighting a warming planet.

On Climate Crisis, Joe Biden Says "Very Life Of The Planet" Is At Stake

Published: 11/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. President Joe Biden addressed the COP27 climate conference in Egypt on Friday, saying the global climate crisis posed an existential threat to the planet and promising that the United States was...

Falklands residents demand “local and world leaders tackle climate change”

Published: 11/11/2022 in MercoPress

“Our health, our prosperity and our Islands rely on our environment being healthy. It’s within our best interests to take care of the environment”. Photo: Guy Wenborne<br />
In the light and spirit of COP27 a group of Falklands residents have organized a demonstration to “demand action from leaders, both locally and worldwide to tackle the natural disasters we currently face,” organizer Mark McLeod told Penguin News. The demonstration will take place at the Jetty Centre at midday on Saturday November 12.

"Hypocrisy" Claims As UN Climate Summit Delegates Arrive In Private Jets

Published: 11/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Numerous posts on social media criticised delegates for travelling by private jet to the COP27 in Egypt -- the latest in a series of recurrent claims targeting the UN climate summit.

COP27: Key climate goal of 1.5C rise faces new challenge

Published: 11/10/2022 in BBC News - World

There is a 50% chance dangerous warming limit will be breached in nine years, experts say.

COP27: Sharp rise in fossil fuel industry delegates at climate summit

Published: 11/09/2022 in BBC News - World

Data shared exclusively with the BBC show large numbers of oil and gas lobbyists attending COP27.

US Mid-Term Polls Make Waves At COP27 Climate Summit

Published: 11/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US midterms made waves Wednesday at a UN climate summit on the shores of Egypt, with activists urging President Joe Biden to take bolder action against global warming regardless of the result.

What Happens After Warming Hits 1.5C? A Guide to Climate Overshoot

Published: 11/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The diplomats and world leaders now gathered in Egypt for the annual United Nations climate summit are tasked, in some sense, with holding the global average temperature below 1.5 degrees Celsius of...

COP27: What is the climate impact of private jets?

Published: 11/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Demonstrators in Amsterdam stopped private jets taking off ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference.

AOSIS countries want oil companies to fund climate action through taxation

Published: 11/08/2022 in MercoPress

Browne spoke on behalf of AOSIS, a group of countries accounting for very little of the world's gas emissions Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne Tuesday launched an appeal on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) for oil companies to pay a "global carbon tax" and thus help undo some of the damage caused climate-change-wise.

At COP27, Island Nations Seek Climate Compensation Fund From India, China

Published: 11/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Highly polluting emerging economies including China and India should pay into a climate compensation fund to help countries rebuild after climate change-driven disasters, the prime minister of island...

Climate Policy Impossible Without Peace: Ukraine's Zelensky

Published: 11/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has distracted world governments from efforts to combat climate change, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in a video message played at the COP27 climate...

COP27: Is climate change going to make diseases more likely in future?

Published: 11/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Scientists say climate change is making over half of all infectious diseases worse, watch to see why.

Despite US Mid-Term Polls, Biden To Stick To Climate Goals: John Kerry

Published: 11/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden will stick to his efforts to develop a greener economy even if Republicans win the midterm elections on Tuesday, his climate envoy John Kerry said at COP27.

Developing Countries Need $1 Trillion A Year For Climate Action: Report

Published: 11/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The report, released ahead of talks on climate change finance at the COP27 summit in Egypt, said the funding was required to cut emissions, boost resilience, deal with damage from climate change and...

With Musk's Twitter Takeover, Climate Experts Fear Rise In Misinformation

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate deniers looking to block action and "greenwashing" companies could have free rein on Twitter after Elon Musk's takeover, analysts warned as leaders pursued anti-warming efforts at the COP27...

Ukraine is reason to act fast on climate - UK PM

Published: 11/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Rishi Sunak tells the COP27 summit in Egypt a greener planet is possible and there "is room for hope".

Time To Act Faster On Climate Change: Rishi Sunak At COP27 Summit

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

British PM Rishi Sunak declared that it was time to act faster on climate change because it is the "right thing to do" as he committed 11.6 billion pounds as the country's commitment to the climate...

Watch: Rishi Sunak Rushed Out Of Room By Aides At Climate Summit

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was abruptly rushed out of the COP27 event on Monday, leaving dozens of audience members baffled at the strange turn of events.

Nations Band Together To Keep Forest Promise In Climate Summit

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 25 countries at the COP27 climate talks on Monday launched a group they said would ensure they hold each other accountable for a pledge to end deforestation by 2030.

Choose Climate Solidarity Or Collective Suicide: UN Chief To World Leaders

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Humanity must "cooperate or perish" in the face of accelerating climate change impacts, UN chief Antonio Guterres told world leaders Monday at talks in Egypt on curbing global warming.

World Leaders Gather At COP27 Climate Summit Under Cloud Of Crises

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

World leaders gathered Monday for climate talks in Egypt facing pressure to deepen cuts in emissions and financially back developing countries already devastated by the effects of rising temperatures.

France's Macron Urges US, China "To Pay Fair Share" For Climate Action

Published: 11/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday urged the United States, China and other non-European rich nations ahead of COP27 talks to pay their fair share to help poorer countries deal with climate...

"Why Are We Here": Climate Activists Sidelined At COP27 Summit

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ugandan youth activist Nyombi Morris arrived in Egypt for the UN's COP27 climate summit with high hopes of being part of the campaign for environmental justice.

Climate change: Expert says just saying no to fossil fuel doesn't work

Published: 11/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Prof Myles Allen uses a lump of coal to explain how burning fossil fuels results in global warming.

COP27 Summit To Open With Plea To Discuss Climate Compensation

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The U.N. climate summit, COP27, opens in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt on Sunday amid growing calls for rich countries to compensate poorer nations most vulnerable to climate change.

COP27: 'Watershed moment' as UN climate summit begins

Published: 11/05/2022 in BBC News - World

Nations are being urged to turn pledges into action as the UN climate conference opens in Egypt.

Climate Activists Glue Their Hands To 2 Francisco Goya Paintings In Spain

Published: 11/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two climate activists on Saturday each glued a hand to the frames of two paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya at the Prado museum in Madrid, police said.

COP27: Climate anxiety is rising - it might be a good thing

Published: 11/04/2022 in BBC News - World

As another UN summit kicks off, experts say climate anxiety could help solve the problem.

Berlin climate protesters condemned after death of cyclist

Published: 11/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Berlin's fire service says a protest delayed a rescue vehicle sent to treat a 44-year-old woman.

US Must 'Take Responsibility" For Climate Ties Breakdown: China

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change diplomacy between China and the United States cannot be separated from broader political tensions between the two sides, and Washington must take responsibility for the breakdown in...

Due To Climate Change, Emperor Penguins Are Now A Threatened Species

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US government warned that the emperor penguin of Antarctica is in danger of going extinct because of rising global temperatures and a loss of sea ice.

UN Calls On Nations To "Urgently" Boost Climate Funds

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change impacts battering vulnerable countries threaten to outstrip efforts to adapt to global warming, the UN warned Thursday, with a "significant" amount of international funding help...

Climate change: No glaciers on Kilimanjaro by 2050

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Many iconic glaciers will melt regardless of the world's actions to combat climate change, the UN says.

COP27: What have global leaders done on climate change in 2022?

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

With COP27 about to get under way, which nations have taken a lead and which have fallen behind since the last UN climate summit?

Microsoft Chief Warns Of Talent Crunch For Tackling Climate Change

Published: 11/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of businesses will fail to meet pledges to combat climate change unless they start training employees on sustainability, Microsoft Corp's President Brad Smith told Reuters.

Ex-UK PM Boris Johnson To Attend COP27 Climate Summit In Egypt

Published: 11/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's former prime minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday said he will go to the upcoming UN climate change conference, in a move that could force his successor to change his mind and attend.

Watch: Climate Protesters Try To Breach London's Downing Street Security

Published: 11/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Environmental activists on Tuesday tried to breach the gates of Downing Street as part of a high-profile campaign to halt new oil and gas exploration in Britain.

COP27 Climate Summit To Test Resolve Of World Battling War, Inflation

Published: 10/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An international climate summit starting next week in Egypt will test the resolve of nations to combat global warming, even as many of the biggest players are distracted by urgent crises ranging from...

Earth Is Now In A "Code Red" Situation Due To Climate Change: Report

Published: 10/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Scientists have warned that the earth's condition has deteriorated to the point where "humanity is unequivocally facing a climate emergency."

Climate variability complicating crop sowing in Brazilian farming states

Published: 10/29/2022 in MercoPress

Too much rainfall, constant cloudy skies and low temperatures, has made sowing lose steam in the state of Paraná, which also faces slower plant development Climate variability and excessive rainfall have delayed the planting of Brazil’s 2022/2023 soy crop, which reached 34% of the estimated area, against 24% in the previous week and 38% in the same period last year, according to a survey by AgRural released this week.

Joe Biden To Attend COP27 Climate Summit Next Month In Egypt: White House

Published: 10/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden will attend next month's COP27 United Nations climate summit in Egypt, the White House said Friday, vowing he would "highlight the need for the world to act."

Video: Climate Activist Glues Himself To Table During Talk Show

Published: 10/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

During the commercial break, the table was carried away from the studio and the activist freed.

Controversy in EU over climate goals, war and companies suing states for their investments

Published: 10/27/2022 in MercoPress

France and the Netherlands announced their intention to exit ECT last week saying it was not in line with the green agenda Based on the so-called Energy Charter Treaty, ECT, which pretends to follow climate objectives, European energy companies have been suing their governments to protect their hydrocarbon investments in recent years. France and the Netherlands announced their intention to exit ECT last week saying it was not in line with the green plan. Italy pulled out in 2016, with Spain and Poland following in recent months. And more countries could follow, analysts say.

COP27: Prioritise climate or face catastrophe - UN chief

Published: 10/26/2022 in BBC News - World

The UN Secretary General speaks to BBC ahead of nations meeting for major climate conference COP27.

Climate Pledges Still Off Track To Limit Temperature Rises: UN Report

Published: 10/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

International climate pledges remain far off track to limit temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius, according to a UN report released Wednesday, less than two weeks ahead of high-stakes negotiations...

COP27: Climate change threatening global health - report

Published: 10/25/2022 in BBC News - World

Leading medical experts call for action ahead of a major climate conference next month.

Cop 27: Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline sparks climate row

Published: 10/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Uganda insists on exploiting its fossil-fuel riches, despite Europe's environmental concerns.

Watch: Climate Activists Throw Mashed Potatoes At Claude Monet's Painting

Published: 10/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Claude Monet's famous painting in Germany's Museum Barberini became the target of members of climate protestors who threw mashed potatoes on it!

Vietnam's "Wave Of Repression" Threatens Climate Goals: Human Rights Group

Published: 10/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A "new wave of repression" in Vietnam is jeopardising progress in tackling climate change, human rights groups told UN chief Antonio Guterres Friday as he began a visit to Hanoi.

Argentina's wheat harvest the worst in seven years caused by climate variability

Published: 10/22/2022 in MercoPress

Rosario grains exchange cut its 2022/23 harvest forecast to 15 million tons, down from 16 million tons estimated last week Argentina's projected wheat harvest, "is in a very critical situation, and could get worse". announced Rosario grains exchange which cut its 2022/23 harvest forecast to 15 million tons, down from 16 million tons estimated last week

HSBC climate change adverts banned by UK watchdog

Published: 10/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The regulator said the bank "omitted significant information" about its contribution to harmful emissions.

1 Billion Children At "Extremely High Risk" Due To Climate Change: Report

Published: 10/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Some one billion children are at "extremely high risk" due to climate change harms, a rights group warned on Wednesday, adding that youths' living standards failed to improve in the last decade.

This 26-Year-Old Just Became Climate Minister In This Country

Published: 10/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Sweden's new government named on Tuesday a 26-year-old as climate minister, the youngest person to lead a ministry in the home nation of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.

"Russia Is Storm, China Is Climate Change": Germany Spy Chief

Published: 10/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany's intelligence service chiefs warned on Monday that China could use stakes in critical infrastructure as leverage to pursue political aims amid a debate in Berlin over whether to let Chinese...

Uruguayan Economy minister highlights the importance of climate actions

Published: 10/13/2022 in MercoPress

There will come a time when international trade will penalize countries that do not sustainably produce their goods and services, Arbeleche warned During her appearance in Washington DC at the Center for Global Development (CGD), Uruguay's Economy Minister Azucena Arbeleche Thursday highlighted the importance of inclusive and sustainable growth.

"Tax On Cows' Burps And Farts": New Zealand's New Climate Proposal

Published: 10/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One of the largest environmental issues in New Zealand is the greenhouse gases that its 6.2 million cows naturally release.

Climate change: Greenland's culture shifts as Arctic heats up

Published: 10/12/2022 in BBC News - World

As temperatures rise and sea-ice melts, lifestyles are changing as fast as the climate in Greenland.

IAATO advances climate strategy and collects all Antarctica visitors fuel data consumption

Published: 10/07/2022 in MercoPress

The 2022/23 Antarctic season will be the first season in which IAATO will aggregate Operator fuel data. Members of the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators (IAATO) will for the first time submit seasonal fuel consumption data to the Association’s secretariat as part of a unanimous pledge to create a climate change strategy for Antarctic tourism.

King Charles Won't Attend Climate Summit After UK PM's Objection: Report

Published: 10/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

King Charles III will not travel to next month's COP27 climate summit in Egypt after UK Prime Minister Liz Truss "objected" to the avid environmentalist attending, a report late Saturday said.

Bitcoin Mining's Climate Damage Is As Bad As Beef, Fossil Fuel: Study

Published: 10/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Between 2016 and 2021, the amount of emissions needed to produce one coin grew from less than a tonne to 113 tonnes.

COP27: Egypt pressed to make human rights move before climate summit

Published: 09/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Effective climate action is not possible without a freer society in host Egypt, activists say.

Climate Disaster "Will Not Stay In Pakistan," Pakistan PM Warns UN

Published: 09/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif warned the United Nations Friday that climate disasters will not remain confined to his country, in the wake of devastating floods.

Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to law enforcement

Published: 09/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Scientists say a huge increase in deforestation in the Amazon is linked to lax law enforcement.

UN chief: 'Tax fossil fuel profits for climate damage'

Published: 09/20/2022 in BBC News - World

Tax fossil fuel companies' profits to pay for the damage done by climate change, says UN Secretary General.

Climate Change Likely Contributed To Deadly Floods In Pakistan: Report

Published: 09/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Human-caused climate change likely contributed to the deadly floods that submerged parts of Pakistan in recent weeks, according to a rapid analysis on Thursday looking at how much global heating was...

Climate change: Pakistan floods 'likely' made worse by warming

Published: 09/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Emissions from human activities played a role in the recent floods that have brought devastation to Pakistan.

American Billionaire Donated His Entire Company To Combat Climate Change

Published: 09/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The founder of outdoor retailer Patagonia announced that he has given away his company in an effort to fight climate change.

Even The Dead Getting 500 Euros "Climate Bonus" In Austria

Published: 09/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In Austria, even the dead are getting help from the state to confront surging prices as Europe confronts an energy crisis following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Never Seen Climate Change On This Scale: UN Chief On Floods In Pakistan

Published: 09/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday said he had never witnessed "climate carnage" to the degree of the devastation caused by vast flooding in Pakistan.

Three ways climate change makes adventure tourism riskier

Published: 09/09/2022 in BBC News - World

Melting ice, intense rain, and wildfires are making adventure tourism more dangerous, experts say.

Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

Published: 09/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Heatwaves and a record drought drove record heat all over Europe this summer, according to satellite data.

Australia sets new climate target in landmark bill

Published: 09/08/2022 in BBC News - World

The new target brings one of the world's biggest emitters more in line with allies.

Dutch City First In World To Ban Meat Advertisements Over Climate Worries

Published: 09/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As part of a strategy to cut greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change, the Dutch city of Haarlem has become the first in the world to ban meat advertisements.

Swedish Politicians Ignoring Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg

Published: 09/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Sweden's politicians are ignoring the climate crisis in the run-up to the election on Sept. 11 and treating it as if it were just a problem rather than a life-or-death threat, activist Greta Thunberg...

How Pakistan floods are linked to climate change

Published: 09/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Pakistan's geography - and its immense glaciers - make it vulnerable to climate change.

In US, First Climate Refugees Find Safe Haven In Louisiana

Published: 09/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Joann Bourg stands in front of her new home, about an hour's drive from the low-lying Louisiana island where she grew up -- an area gradually sinking into the Gulf of Mexico.

Pakistan PM Amid Floods: "Shouldn't Be Left At Mercy Of Climate Change"

Published: 08/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As Pakistan is facing deadly floods, the country's Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday said the international community should not leave developing countries like Pakistan at the mercy of climate...

"Climate Catastrophe": Pakistan Flood Toll Passes 1,000

Published: 08/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Flooding in Pakistan from the highest rainfall in more than three decades has killed at least 1,000 people since June and caused more than $10 billion worth of damage.

Climate change: Russia burning huge amounts of gas, puzzling experts

Published: 08/25/2022 in BBC News - World

As Europe frets over energy, Russia is burning off millions of dollars worth of natural gas everyday.

Two thirds of Europe threatened by the worst drought in "at least 500 years", EC climate report

Published: 08/24/2022 in MercoPress

The reports says 47% of Europe is under warning conditions, with a clear deficit of soil moisture. A further 17% is in a state of alert, in which vegetation is affected The European Commission Joint Research Center has reported that two thirds of the European continent is threatened by drought, the worst "for at least 500 years". European Commission spokesperson Johannes Bahrke said on Tuesday.

Climate change forces indigenous islanders in Panama to relocate

Published: 08/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Magdalena Martínez tells the BBC how she feels about leaving the island she grew up on.

Biden signs tax, health and climate bill into law

Published: 08/16/2022 in BBC News - World

The president hails the $700bn (Ł579bn) bill as the "final piece" of his long-stalled domestic agenda.

Former Grenada Minister Appointed As United Nations Climate Chief

Published: 08/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Grenada's former climate resilience minister Simon Stiell will become the new United Nations climate chief, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced on Monday.

Water Shortage Triggered By Climate Change Threatens Tibetan Plateau: Study

Published: 08/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Tibetan Plateau will experience significant water loss this century due to global warming, according to research published Monday that warns of severe supply stress in a climate change "hotspot".

Climate activists fill golf holes with cement after water ban exemption

Published: 08/13/2022 in BBC News - World

French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.

Climate change: Drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies

Published: 08/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Dry conditions in the UK and Europe are stress on facilities including nuclear, say experts.

Panama Canal grapples with climate change threat

Published: 08/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Changes in rainfall and weather patterns are making the Panama Canal's operation more challenging.

Climate change: Alps glaciers melting faster as heatwaves hit

Published: 08/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Video shows meltwater flowing as data suggests glaciers may lose the most ice in at least six decades.

Make America Greener: Biden's "Ambitious" Climate Plan Gets Senate Nod

Published: 08/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After 18 months of arduous negotiations and a marathon night of debate, the US Senate on Sunday passed Joe Biden's ambitious climate, tax and health care plan -- a significant victory for the...

Climate change: US takes step closer to passing 'historic' bill

Published: 08/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The bill - which aims to help reduce US carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 - could pass next week.

Human-Caused Climate Change Made UK Heatwave 10 Times More Likely: Study

Published: 07/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change caused by human activity made this month's record-shattering heatwave in Britain at least 10 times more likely to occur, according to research released on Friday.

Senator Joe Manchin suddenly backs Biden climate and tax bill

Published: 07/27/2022 in BBC News - World

Joe Manchin stuns Washington by announcing support for a measure to raise taxes and fight climate change.

Climate change killing elephants, says Kenya

Published: 07/27/2022 in BBC News - World

In the past year the country has recorded 179 elephant deaths due to the ongoing drought.

Biden could declare climate emergency - Kerry

Published: 07/24/2022 in BBC News - World

The move would allow the president to push his renewable energy agenda, which is stalled in Congress.

Climate protesters dragged away after attempting glue stunt with Botticelli masterpiece

Published: 07/24/2022 in BBC News - World

The incident follows a spate of action where environmental activists have targeted famous artworks.

Biden unveils $2.3bn plan to fight climate change

Published: 07/20/2022 in BBC News - World

But he stops short of formally declaring a climate emergency, despite pressure from fellow Democrats.

Biden Vows Climate Action As Heatwave Hits US, Europe

Published: 07/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden unveiled a series of executive measures Wednesday to combat climate change and pledged more to follow, seeking to advance his environmental agenda stalled by unsupportive...

"Climate Change Affects Everyone": Europe Fights Wildfires In Searing Heat

Published: 07/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Authorities across southern Europe battled on Sunday to control huge wildfires in countries including Spain, Greece and France, with hundreds of deaths blamed on soaring temperatures that scientists...

Tonga Volcano Eruption To Help Scientists Predict Climate Change: Report

Published: 07/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The January eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano offered scientists a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to investigate how the atmosphere functions, unlocking secrets to better anticipate...

Big fish sightings are spiking. Climate change may be the cause.

Published: 07/08/2022 in National

As big fish crop up in unexpected places, experts say that they're relocating to new environments as waters warm.

G7 Leaders Agree To Create "Climate Club" To Tackle Global Warming

Published: 06/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

G7 Summit: The G7 leaders agreed to forming a "climate club" by the end of the year that will allow willing nations to coordinate and speed up efforts to tackle global warming.

Sydney climate protests: Activists block streets and harbour tunnel

Published: 06/27/2022 in BBC News - World

The protesters say their actions are urgently needed, but police label them "violent" and "erratic".

11 Arrested After Australia Climate Change Protest Disrupts Peak-Hour Traffic

Published: 06/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change protesters marched in Sydney on Monday forcing police to close major roads in the city centre while morning traffic through the landmark Sydney Harbour Bridge was disrupted after a...

Climate Activists Slam EU Renegotiation Of Fossil Fuel Deal

Published: 06/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Environmental activists on Friday criticised a compromise deal negotiated by the EU to update a decades-old agreement allowing energy firms to sue governments for hitting their profits.

New Zealand korora penguins dying because of climate change with food more difficult to reach

Published: 06/22/2022 in MercoPress

As water temperatures rise, the small fish the birds eat have been swimming deeper in search of cooler waters Small bodies of hundreds of penguins have washed ashore on the northernmost coasts of New Zealand, and although their deaths were at first a mystery, researchers now think they understand why the koror?, or little blue penguins are dying.

Climate change: Rich nations accused of 'betrayal' at Bonn talks

Published: 06/15/2022 in BBC News - World

As key talks end, rich and poor countries are at loggerheads on the divisive issue of loss and damage.

How The Gambia’s oyster farmers are being hit by climate change

Published: 06/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Women's livelihoods in The Gambia are under threat from rising temperatures and sea levels.

Mothers Bear Brunt Of Climate Change In World's Hottest City In Pakistan

Published: 06/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pregnant women exposed to heat for prolonged periods of time have a higher risk of suffering complications, an analysis of 70 studies conducted since the mid-1990s on the issue found.

Climate change a bigger threat than war, Fiji tells security summit

Published: 06/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Its defence chief tells Asian partners that "devastating" climate change is his top security issue.

Malala Yousafzai Joins Greta Thunberg's Climate Protest In Sweden

Published: 06/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The fight against climate change is also a fight for the right to education of girls, millions of whom lose access to schools due to climate-related events, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai...

Climate change: New Zealand's plan to tax cow and sheep burps

Published: 06/08/2022 in BBC News - World

It would make it the first country to charge farmers for the methane emissions from their animals.

Damage Well Beyond...: Report Shows Impact Of Climate Change On Economies

Published: 06/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate-vulnerable countries said disasters and weather patterns driven by global warming have wiped out around a fifth of their economic growth, in a report published Wednesday.

Ketchup Will Be The Next Climate Change Victim, Says Study

Published: 06/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The researchers from Denmark created a mathematical model to predict that the harvest of ketchup-making tomatoes would halve between 2050 and 2100.

Bonn climate conference: Ukraine war no excuse for prolonging coal, Kerry warns

Published: 06/05/2022 in BBC News - World

US climate envoy John Kerry warns the world is "cooked" if countries continue using coal.

Climate Change Causing People To Sleep Less, Claims Study

Published: 05/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Lack of sleep has a lot of potential health implications, including hearth disease and health problems.

Australia's New PM's Climate Change Pitch At Quad

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Tuesday said his goals were aligned with the priorities of the Quad grouping of countries, telling the leaders of the United States, India and Japan...

Climate Action On CO2 Emissions Alone Won't Prevent Extreme Warming: Study

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

To control climate change, the world must go beyond cutting carbon dioxide emissions and curb lesser-known pollutants such as nitrous oxide playing a key role in warming the planet, new research...

Climate change election: Labor pledges to make Australia “a renewable energy superpower”

Published: 05/23/2022 in MercoPress

Labour Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he wants to improve Australia's image abroad after defeating conservative Scott Morrison Australia's Labor Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he wants to improve Australia's image abroad after defeating conservative Scott Morrison. Climate change played a pivotal role in the Saturday vote, with voters unhappy with Morrison's government response to deadly fires and floods that hit Australia in recent years and their support of massive coal exports.

Australia election: Anthony Albanese signals climate policy change

Published: 05/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Anthony Albanese vows to take the nation in a new direction, creating a renewable energy superpower.

World Economic Forum Davos Meet Returns; Focus On Ukraine, Climate Change

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After a gap of nearly two-and-a-half years, Davos is set to host the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting yet again with a host of global leaders expected to deliberate over the Ukraine crisis, climate...

Is Climate Change Behind Bangladesh's "Worst Floods In Nearly 2 Decades"

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Rivers in Bangladesh have burst their banks and caused the worst floods in the country's northeast for nearly two decades, with about two million people marooned by rising waters, officials said...

Climate Change Making Heatwave In India More Intense, More Frequent

Published: 05/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change made the extreme temperatures that baked north-west India and Pakistan in April and May over 100 times more likely and also increased the chances that such heat waves will occur more...

Climate Change Indicators Hit Record Highs In 2021: UN Chief

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Four key climate change indicators all set new record highs in 2021, the United Nations said Wednesday, warning that the global energy system was driving humanity towards catastrophe.

Climate change swells odds of record India, Pakistan heatwaves

Published: 05/17/2022 in BBC News - World

A UK study says record-breaking temperatures in NW India and Pakistan are now 100 times more likely.

Argentina wheat crop estimates for 2022/23 lowered, given fears of dry climate

Published: 05/14/2022 in MercoPress

Argentina is among the world’s top wheat exporters and is estimated to have exported a record 14.5 million tons in 2021-22. Because of forecasted dry weather the Rosario Grains Exchange anticipates a lesser wheat crop in Argentina for the 2022/23 season. The Exchange projects Argentine wheat production to decline to 19 million tons, down from a record the 22.1 million tons in 2021-22, as a La Nińa weather pattern is expected to reduce rainfall in the coming months.

Indian-American Named Dean Of Stanford University's Climate Change School

Published: 05/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Arun Majumdar, Indian-American material scientist, engineer and professor, has been named the inaugural dean of Stanford University's new school that focuses on climate change and sustainability.

Australia election 2022: What will the vote mean for climate policies?

Published: 05/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The outcome could be very significant for the climate, says one of the country's top scientists.

World Needs Food System 'Transformation' To Tackle Climate Change: Report

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Food is fundamental to the efforts to tackle climate change, according to a scientist who has spent decades tracing the interactions between global warming and what we eat.

Paraguay turns down Venezuelan oil – climate change "an absurdity"

Published: 05/03/2022 in MercoPress

Abdo then partially vetoed a bill allowing Petróleos Paraguayos (Petropar) to directly engage in the purchase of oil Paraguay is making a statement as its stances on certain issues are being raised above circumstantial conditions that would advise against holding on no matter what to one's convictions.

Climate change has NZ sinking - floods to become routine events

Published: 05/03/2022 in MercoPress

NZ authorities are expected to adopt new measures in light of the new information that has been made public Climate change is taking its toll as the sea keeps crawling onto New Zealand's sinking coastline, halving the time authorities thought they had to take action, according to an NZ SeaRise study released earlier this week.

Ocean life to disappear if climate change not addressed, study warns

Published: 04/29/2022 in MercoPress

Man-caused habitat destruction, overfishing and coastal pollution also lead to the termination of sea life as we know it According to the findings of a study published Thursday in Science, if climate change is not curbed in time, the oceans will suffer a mass extinction as they did some 65 million years ago in the Cretaceous period when a meteorite and volcanoes wiped out life on Earth.

How high-profile scientists felt tricked by group denying climate change

Published: 04/25/2022 in BBC News - World

Politicians and scientists say they were duped by an organisation making false claims about global warming.

Efficiency of peat ecosystems helping contain climate change, underlined by Chile at the Venice Biennal

Published: 04/25/2022 in MercoPress

“Hol-Hol Tol” means the 'heart of peat bogs' in selknam tongue of the aboriginal inhabitants of Tierra del Fuego and part of Patagonia. Peat and peat bogs are the most efficient ecosystem to fix and accumulate atmosphere carbon but are one of the least researched, according to the Chilean pavilion which opened last week at the Venice Biennal.

Biden Protects US Forests But Struggles On Biggest Climate Goals

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden marked Earth Day on Friday by ordering protections for ancient forests and pondering a future without his beloved gas-guzzling Corvette sports car, but after 14 months in office...

Twitter Bans Ads That Defy Climate Change Science

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Twitter on Friday banned ads that deny the reality of climate change.

Climate Change, Albinism and Me

Published: 04/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Coco shares her experience of living with albinism in Nigeria.

Climate change: 'We're making wine in Norway'

Published: 04/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Vineyards are moving further north, but new winemakers say they struggle to be taken seriously.

Durban floods: Is it a consequence of climate change?

Published: 04/16/2022 in BBC News - World

KwaZulu-Natal province has seen some serious flooding, but there isn't one clear explanation.

Climate change: Key UN finding widely misinterpreted

Published: 04/15/2022 in BBC News - World

The latest IPCC guidance on when carbon emissions should peak has been misunderstood say scientists.

Climate change: COP26 promises will hold warming under 2C

Published: 04/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Scientists say their analysis is "encouraging" but keeping under 1.5C this century looks unlikely.

Southern Africa storms fuelled by climate change - study

Published: 04/11/2022 in BBC News - World

Scientists say the rainfall during storms in the region was heavier and the damage worse than before.

Former CAF, OAS agree on climate action and biodiversity agenda

Published: 04/11/2022 in MercoPress

CAF's goal is to become the Green Bank of Latin America and the Caribbean, Dìaz-Granados explained The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Development Bank of Latin America -formerly known as Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF)- have signed a memorandum of understanding whereby both institutions pledged to tackle environmental and climate issues together, it was announced.

Uruguay takes action as climate change threatens waters will advance on coastline

Published: 04/07/2022 in MercoPress

Coastal cities will be flooded due to climate change if no measures are implemented Uruguay's Environment Ministry has launched the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Coastal Zone (PAN Costas) to increase resilience to a rise in the level of the sea, resulting from climate change.

Canada's '300 Million Barrels Oil' Project Belies Its Climate Goals

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's environment minister approved Wednesday a controversial offshore oil project expected to see 300 million barrels of oil extracted over 30 years -- and to set back efforts to curb climate...

"Now Or Never" To Avoid Climate Catastrophe, Warns UN

Published: 04/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Humanity has less than three years to halt the rise of planet-warming carbon emissions and less than a decade to slash them almost in half, the UN said Monday in a landmark report on stopping global...

"Dramatic Shift": World Reacts To UN Climate Solutions

Published: 04/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Campaigners and leaders of countries vulnerable to climate change said Monday's UN report on stemming the climate crisis is an urgent call to action for the rich world.

Climate change: Wind and solar reach milestone as demand surges

Published: 03/29/2022 in BBC News - World

Wind turbines and solar panels produced 10% of global electricity in 2021 but coal also had a resurgence.

Plant dynamics in Antarctica because of climate change

Published: 03/26/2022 in MercoPress

Nicoletta Cannone measured the growth of Antarctic’s only two native flowering plants, Deschampsia Antarctica and Colobanthus quitensis, on Signy Island Rising temperatures in Antarctica have seen two species of plants grow quicker, in a ten year period, because of climate change, according to an article published in Current Biology under the heading of “Acceleration of climate warming and plant dynamics in Antarctica”

UN calls for early warning systems against extreme weather and climate change on World Meteorological Day

Published: 03/24/2022 in MercoPress

The WMO would “spearhead new action to ensure every person on Earth is protected by early warning systems within five years.” The UN set an ambitious five year deadline on Wednesday for countries to ensure that citizens worldwide are protected by early warning systems against extreme weather and climate change, the UN chief announced, marking World Meteorological Day.

Climate change, weak markets and high costs challenge wool farmers in Punta Arenas

Published: 03/22/2022 in MercoPress

(Asogama) president, Cristian Concha Paeile gave a picture of the challenges and prospects  the region's farmers are facing After two years running with no shows, on Sunday ended the 69th Livestock Exposition of Magallanes Region, extreme south of Chile and which took place at Punta Arenas. Following a parade of the best cattle and sheep, there was a display of Chilean horses and riders' skills, and a colorful performance by the Municipal Folklore Ballet.

Climate change: 'Madness' to turn to fossil fuels because of Ukraine war

Published: 03/21/2022 in BBC News - World

UN Secretary General says climate goals are in danger if countries turn to coal because of Ukraine.

UN Adopts Resolution Promoting Bicycles To Combat Climate Change

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The 193 members of the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution Tuesday supporting bicycles as a tool for combatting climate change.

Australia climate change: Court overturns teenagers' case against minister

Published: 03/14/2022 in BBC News - World

A previous decision - hailed as a world first - found the government had a duty of care to children.

Climate change: EU unveils plan to end reliance on Russian gas

Published: 03/08/2022 in BBC News - World

The EU Commission outlines an ambitious roadmap to cut imports of Russian gas by two thirds in a year.

How To Tackle Climate Change The Chile Way? Create Park To Save Glaciers

Published: 03/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chile said Saturday it is creating a vast national park to protect hundreds of glaciers that are melting due to climate change.

Here It "Goes"-T: Climate And Fire-Tracking Satellite Launched To Orbit

Published: 03/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An Atlas V rocket blasted off from Florida on Tuesday carrying to orbit the next big satellite designed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide round-the-clock...

IPCC reveals global impact of human induced climate change

Published: 03/01/2022 in MercoPress

The report makes special reference to the global impact of climate change in Antarctica throughout its overview of the most significant effects of global warming A new report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published on Monday 28 February, has outlined the causes, impacts, and solutions to climate change.

How Climate Change Will Impact World's Regions Differently

Published: 02/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change will deliver serious blows to all parts of the world, but not all regions face the same threats.

Some Climate Impacts "Irreversible", "Liveable Future" At Risk, Warns UN

Published: 02/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change impacts are already grave, wide-ranging and in some cases "irreversible", UN experts said Monday.

Climate change: IPCC report warns of ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming

Published: 02/28/2022 in BBC News - World

IPCC scientists outline a harrowing summary of climate impacts already hurting people and species.

Russian Official Apologises For War In Ukraine At UN Climate Meet

Published: 02/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Russian head of delegation at a major UN climate conference apologised for his country's invasion of Ukraine on Sunday, which he said lacked justification, according to several sources who heard...

Nations Approve Major UN Report On Accelerating Impact Of Climate Change

Published: 02/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nearly 200 nations approved a major UN climate change report detailing the accelerating impacts of global warming on Sunday, at the end of a sometimes fraught two-week meeting overshadowed by Russia's...

Earth's Coldest Forests Are Shifting Northward With Climate Change: Study

Published: 02/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

According to a new study, rising temperatures are causing Earth's coldest forests shifting northward which is raising concerns about biodiversity. It can risk wildfires and ascend the impacts of...

IPCC: Climate change report to sound warning on impacts

Published: 02/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The study will focus heavily on how warming hurts regions as well as cities and coastal communities.

Climate change: Covid shutdown linked to record rainfall in China

Published: 02/18/2022 in BBC News - World

An abrupt drop in emissions due to the pandemic played a key role in record rainfall in China in 2020.

Crucial Climate Action? China To Run Coal Power Plants At Full Capacity

Published: 02/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China will help its coal-fired power plants run at full capacity, the government has announced, raising further alarm about the fate of Beijing's climate pledges.

Stakes "Never Been Higher" In Fight Against Climate Change: UN Panel

Published: 02/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The stakes in the fight against global warming are higher than ever, the UN's climate science chief said Monday as nearly 200 nations met to finalise what is sure to be a harrowing report on climate...

Scientific survey of penguins response to climate change in Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica

Published: 02/12/2022 in MercoPress

The team stayed on board the purpose-built Antarctic expedition yacht, Falklands' based, Vinson of Antarctica, VOA, for 30 days An international team of scientists, including two from the University of Bath, has just arrived back from an expedition studying penguin colonies in the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula, reports Phys-org.

China, Climate, Covid On The Table As Quad Diplomats To Meet Today

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change, COVID-19 and China's "coercion" in the Indo-Pacific will top the agenda when foreign ministers of the Quad an informal grouping of Australia, India, Japan and the United States ...

Climate change: Top companies exaggerating their progress - study

Published: 02/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Companies including Google, Amazon and Ikea are not meeting their own green targets, a report finds.

Climate change: EU moves to label nuclear and gas as sustainable despite internal row

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

A highly controversial decision to class nuclear and gas power as "green" splits EU members.

Storm Ana: Deadly Africa storm shows climate crisis reality - UN

Published: 01/29/2022 in BBC News - World

Rescue workers in southern Africa are trying to reach thousands stranded as more are found dead.

Climate change concern: Gentoo colonies moving further south

Published: 01/25/2022 in MercoPress

Gentoo penguins usually live in sub-Antarctic areas. By Laura Geggel – Scientists have discovered a previously unknown colony of gentoo penguins in one of the southernmost spots these waddling birds have ever been spotted. The discovery is a cause for concern, according to the researchers, who say that climate change is expanding the range of this temperate, non-ice-loving species of penguin.

False banana: Is Ethiopia's enset 'wondercrop' for climate change?

Published: 01/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The banana-like crop has the potential to feed more than 100 million people, according to research.

France Calls To Add Abortion, Climate Protection To European Union's Charter

Published: 01/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday he would push to have the right to abortion and defence of the environment added to the EU's Charter of Fundamental Rights, as his country takes on the...

Climate Change Worsening Effect Of Humid Heat On Outdoor Workers: Study

Published: 01/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A punishing mix of heat and humidity that makes outdoor labour difficult and dangerous is causing around 677 billion lost working hours a year around the world, according to a new study Thursday that...

Dutch Government Swearing-In Today. Their Challenge: Covid And Climate

Published: 01/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's fourth successive coalition government will be sworn in Monday a record 10 months after elections, with pledges to spend big on climate change and coronavirus.

Al Roker on climate change: ‘I think people want action, and they are taking it into their own hands’

Published: 01/04/2022 in National

The “Today” weather anchor sees hope in the fight against global warming.

Uruguay consolidates climate change policy, minister says

Published: 12/28/2021 in MercoPress

Peña said Uruguay relies on a series of key decisions plus on the world's doing its bit Uruguay's Environment Minister Adrián Peńa Monday forecast that by 2035 ANCAP's La Teja refinery will be closed and vehicles will be 100% zero emissions, as the country advances towards its carbon-neutral goals for 2050

HMS Protector breaks polar record and involved in scientific research on penguins and climate change

Published: 12/28/2021 in MercoPress

Currently in Sandwich islands helping with updating data base of penguin populations in Antarctica Icebreaker HMS Protector has broken a record, becoming the first Royal Navy ship to enter both polar circles within the same year. The Navy's only icebreaker, Protector left Plymouth in August for Antarctica, – her first visit to the frozen continent since 2019.

Climate change: Huge toll of extreme weather disasters in 2021

Published: 12/26/2021 in BBC News - World

Floods and storms connected to rising temperatures have had a huge impact on people worldwide.

Climate change: Lapland reindeer gone astray in search for food

Published: 12/24/2021 in BBC News - World

Herders are struggling to find thousands of reindeer that have run away in search of food.

Climate change: Small army of volunteers keeping deniers off Wikipedia

Published: 12/23/2021 in BBC News - World

A group of editors is working tirelessly to keep bad climate info off the user-generated encyclopaedia.

New York City is banning natural gas hookups for new buildings to fight climate change

Published: 12/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The measure will go into effect at the end of 2023 for some buildings under seven stories and in 2027 for taller buildings.

Climate tech investment is soaring this year — but might not be going to the right areas, PwC says

Published: 12/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Investment in companies developing technology to try to combat the climate crisis grew to $87.5 billion in the year leading up to Jun. 30, according to PwC.

India Votes Against UN Draft Resolution On Climate Change. Here's Why

Published: 12/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

India on Monday voted against a UN Security Council draft resolution that linked climate change with global security challenges as it argued that the move attempts to undermine the hard-won consensus...

December tornadoes are part of ‘new normal’ caused by climate change, FEMA chief says

Published: 12/13/2021 in National

On CNN’s “State of the Union,” FEMA administrator Deanne Criswell said the agency is preparing for severe weather events of similar magnitude.

Wall Street believes Biden's climate and social plan will become law – and boost infrastructure

Published: 12/07/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Economists at Goldman Sachs, Evercore ISI, Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan have written that passage of Biden's Build Back Better plan is a matter of time.

Climate change: Is ‘blue hydrogen’ Japan’s answer to coal?

Published: 12/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The Fukushima disaster turned Japan away from nuclear. A new energy source may help it quit coal.

India, China Need To "Step Up": US Climate Envoy On Global Warming

Published: 12/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry said on Wednesday that big greenhouse gas emitting countries like China, India, Russia and others must move faster to help the world avert the worst impacts of global...

Nearly 30% Of UK Birds Endangered Amid Climate Crisis, Report Warns

Published: 12/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Almost 30 percent of the UK's bird species including greenfinches and swifts are facing serious threat to survival due to factors including climate change, a report published Wednesday warned.

He spent almost 50 years alone at 10,000 feet. His hobby helped shape climate research in the Rockies.

Published: 11/27/2021 in National

Billy Barr began logging snowfall to keep busy. Along the way, he became an unwitting chronicler of climate change.

New German Vice-Chancellor A 'Super' Minister Of Energy, Climate, Economy

Published: 11/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Robert Habeck, who will lead a new "super ministry" for climate, energy and the economy in the incoming German government, is the urbane Greens co-leader who helped turn the party into a major...

Canada "Worst Performer" On Climate Among G7 Nations: Commissioner

Published: 11/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has failed in its efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions linked to global warning, the environment commissioner said Thursday, ranking it as the "worst performer" among Group of Seven...

Yale psychologist: How to cope in a world of climate disasters, trauma and anxiety

Published: 11/25/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Sarah Lowe is a psychologist and a public health professor at Yale. She shares recommendations on how to understand climate trauma and anxiety.

Research done in Falklands shows albatrosses are “divorcing” because of climate change

Published: 11/25/2021 in MercoPress

For 15 years, researchers studied a population of 15,500 breeding couples in the Falklands, and in effect only 1 to 3% of couples would separate after picking a partner A recent Royal Society study shows climate change and rising oceans are pushing black-browed albatross breakup rates higher. Among the world's most devoted monogamous species, they are “divorcing” more frequently. For 15 years, researchers studied a wild population of 15,500 breeding couples in the Falkland Islands, and in effect, only 1 to 3% of couples would separate after picking a partner to pursue more romantic pastures.

'Either we kill it, or it will kill us': The fight against shadow courts threatening climate goals

Published: 11/24/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Five fossil fuel companies are already known to be seeking over $18 billion in compensation from governments over energy policy changes.

Climate change fuels a water rights conflict built on over a century of broken promises

Published: 11/22/2021 in National

A historic dry spell has parched a region once dubbed the “Everglades of the West,” leaving thousands without water and worsening tensions between Native Americans, farmers, ranchers and the federal government.

How should we teach children about climate change?

Published: 11/21/2021 in BBC News - World

Experts say it's time for India's schools to start teaching climate change as a distinct subject.

Why China and India aren’t the climate villains of COP26

Published: 11/20/2021 in MercoPress

Providing 37% of the world’s energy, coal is the single largest source of electricity generation globally By Daniel Parsons and Martin Taylor (*) – The Glasgow Climate Pact urges countries to “accelerate efforts towards phasing down”, rather than “phasing out”, coal power that isn’t mitigated by carbon capture and storage.

The House passed Biden's massive social safety net and climate bill. Here's what happens next

Published: 11/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Senate will try to pass the Build Back Better Act before Christmas, and it will likely make changes to the House bill.

The House just approved the biggest climate investment in U.S. history — now it heads to the Senate

Published: 11/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

If enacted, Biden's framework would enshrine climate change action in law, making such measures difficult to roll back by future administrations.

House passes Biden plan that funds universal pre-K, Medicare expansion and climate programs

Published: 11/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The House has passed the largest expansion of the social safety net in decades, a $1.75 trillion bill that funds President Joe Biden's top priorities.

Facebook Promoted False Claims About Climate Change During COP26: Report

Published: 11/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Facebook advertisers promoted false and misleading claims about climate change on the platform in recent weeks, just as the COP26 conference was getting under way.

"Climate change threatening the very survival of BOTs", Prince William

Published: 11/18/2021 in MercoPress

The Duke of Cambridge addressing the BOTs delegations The highlight of this year's Joint Ministerial Council, JMC, meeting between British Overseas Territories leaders and UK cabinet ministers was a speech by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, referred to climate change and the role BOTs play "on the front line".

U.S. holds historic oil and gas lease sale in Gulf of Mexico days after climate summit

Published: 11/17/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Biden administration is opening more than 80 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico to auction for oil and gas drilling.

Vancouver storm: Minister says there is "no doubt" it is linked to climate change

Published: 11/17/2021 in BBC News - World

Mike Farnworth says he has "no doubt these are climate-related events", as at least one person dies.

Don't be too critical on China for changing pledge on coal, EU's climate chief says

Published: 11/17/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Frans Timmermans made his comments during an interview at the European Business Summit in Brussels.

Climate change: What did the scientists make of COP26?

Published: 11/16/2021 in BBC News - World

Scientists applaud some COP26 policies but fear measures don't go far enough and won’t be delivered.

COP26: The truth behind the new climate change denial

Published: 11/16/2021 in BBC News - World

The claims that went viral in the lead-up to the COP climate summit – and what you need to know about them.

Get ready for a Christmas tree shortage, as supply chain issues and climate change team up

Published: 11/16/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Heavy demand after last year's Covid-affected holiday, combined with lower supply than usual, means expensive prices and possible shortages.

What the COP26 climate conference really accomplished

Published: 11/16/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Glasgow summit ended with calls on governments to return next year with tougher pledges to slash greenhouse gas emissions.

How Covid conspiracists are shifting to climate change denial

Published: 11/15/2021 in BBC News - World

Anti-lockdown movements online are turning their attention to climate conspiracy theories.

Jeff Bezos says he spends more on climate than space travel and recounts the time he played an alien

Published: 11/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Bezos previously said he sells $1 billion in Amazon stock annually to funding his rocket company Blue Origin.

Biden's infrastructure bill includes $50 billion to fight climate change disasters

Published: 11/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The signing of the infrastructure bill clears the way for Congress to advance the core of Biden's climate change agenda, the Build Back Better Act.

UK PM Says UN Climate Deal Deal "Tinged With Disappointment"

Published: 11/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson termed the climate deal as "truly historic" and "the beginning of the end for coal power".

'Still on the road to hell': Global media reacts to COP26 climate deal

Published: 11/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Nearly 200 countries agreed on a deal, which suffered stumbling blocks over the phasing out of coal.

Neal Stephenson on his new geoengineering climate change thriller and coining the term 'metaverse'

Published: 11/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Author Neal Stephenson talks with CNBC Climate and Tech editor Matt Rosoff about "Termination Shock," his newest novel.

COP26 climate deal: 'It won't save us from drowning'

Published: 11/13/2021 in BBC News - World

Young activists on the frontline of climate change explain what the deal struck at COP26 means to them.

UN Climate Deal "A Big Step Forward": UK's Boris Johnson

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the deal struck at the UN COP26 climate change summit "a big step forward" but warned there was "a huge amount more to do".

Factbox: What's In The Glasgow UN Climate Pact?

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Glasgow UN Climate Pact: Nearly 200 nations agreed to adopt the Glasgow Climate Pact on Saturday after more than two weeks of intense negotiations.

World Still "Knocking On The Door Of Climate Catastrophe": UN Chief

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

COP26 UN Climate Deal: UN chief Antonio Guterres said the world was still on the precipice of "catastrophe" after nations reached a global climate deal Saturday that fell short of what science says is...

"Blah, Blah, Blah": Greta Thunberg On UN Climate Deal

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg said Saturday the COP26 UN climate talks had achieved nothing but "blah, blah, blah" after nations reached a compromise deal in Glasgow.

COP26: How might decisions at the climate summit change our lives?

Published: 11/13/2021 in BBC News - World

The changes made at COP26 in Glasgow could have implications for the way we live.

COP26: New global climate deal struck in Glasgow

Published: 11/13/2021 in BBC News - World

New global climate deal agreed at COP26 in Glasgow after last-minute wrangling over agreement on cutting coal

"With Deep Regret": COP26 Talks Stumble On Climate Cash "Cliffhanger"

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Sleep-deprived COP26 negotiators on Saturday struggled to bridge deep divisions holding up a deal to deliver the emissions cuts and financial support needed to avert the accelerating disaster of...

Amazon's $21 billion Rivian stake is a bet that innovation can help solve climate change

Published: 11/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Beyond Rivian, Amazon has invested in other start-ups developing technologies that could help further its goals of decarbonization.

Mercosur agrees on a negotiating group to deal with climate change

Published: 11/13/2021 in MercoPress

Mercosur encompasses “food-producing countries that are on the way to environmental responsibility,” according to Uruguay's Peña Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay Friday have announced in Glasgow that they had agreed on the need to create a negotiating group to tackle climate change.

Glasgow's Climate Summit needs another day to agree on closing statement

Published: 11/13/2021 in MercoPress

“The text is still not complete despite extensive discussions,” said Alok Sharma Glasgow's COP26 Climate Summit Friday extended its closure as no consensus could be reached on the event's final day, it was reported.

UN Climate Talks Drift Into Overtime In Push To Save 1.5 Celsius Goal

Published: 11/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Two weeks of U.N. COP26 climate talks in Glasgow blew past a deadline on Friday as the conference president called on countries to make a final push to secure commitments that would rein in the rising...

UN climate talks drift into overtime in push to save 1.5 Celsius goal

Published: 11/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

There remains a critical gap between current targets and the much deeper cuts scientists say are needed this decade to avert catastrophic climate change.

Amazon Birds Becoming Smaller, Longer-Winged Due To Climate Change: Study

Published: 11/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Even the wildest parts of the Amazon untouched by humanity are being impacted by climate change, according to new research.

COP26: Climate talks into overtime as nations near deal

Published: 11/12/2021 in BBC News - World

Divisions remain over continuing subsidies for fossil fuels and financial help to poorer nations.

COP 26: How much are poor countries getting to fight climate change?

Published: 11/12/2021 in BBC News - World

Are rich countries close to meeting their climate promises to the developing world?

COP26: New draft climate deal steps up call for urgent action

Published: 11/12/2021 in BBC News - World

It softens commitments on fossil fuels but requires governments to take action urgently.

COP26 negotiators scramble to turn promises into action on the final day of climate talks

Published: 11/12/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Delegates are pushing for a breakthrough on major sticking points, with issues such as climate finance and global carbon markets yet to be resolved.

Over 84 Million Displaced Due To Violence, Climate Change: UN Agency Data

Published: 11/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

As more people flee violence, insecurity and the effects of climate change, the number forcibly displaced now exceeds 84 million globally, according to new data released on Thursday by the United...

Seven ways to curb climate change

Published: 11/11/2021 in BBC News - World

What are the practical things countries need to do in order to tackle climate change?

Climate Pledges "Hollow" Unless Fossil Fuels End: UN Chief

Published: 11/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Promises by governments to cut carbon emissions "ring hollow" as long as they continue to funnel trillions of investment to oil, gas and coal projects, UN chief Antonio Guterres said Thursday.

China's shock climate deal with the U.S. has sparked some cautious optimism

Published: 11/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The plan to work with one another has been broadly welcomed.

US, China agree to fight climate change together

Published: 11/11/2021 in MercoPress

Kerry said the agreement was possible because “they have no choice” China and the United States and China Wednesday agreed to work together in the fight against climate change, an announcement which was welcomed at the UN's Climate COP26 Summit in Glasgow.

Governments and Big Oil were first. The next wave of climate lawsuits will target banks and boards

Published: 11/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Financial institutions and individual board members could be the next targets of climate litigation cases.

COP26: Cautious welcome for unexpected US-China climate agreement

Published: 11/10/2021 in BBC News - World

The world's two biggest CO2 emitters pledge to boost climate co-operation in an unexpected declaration.

Climate change: Iran says lift sanctions and we'll ratify Paris agreement

Published: 11/10/2021 in BBC News - World

The world's eighth largest emitter says it will ratify the Paris climate pact if restrictions are lifted.

COP26: Climate activists on what change means for them

Published: 11/10/2021 in BBC News - World

Climate activists from the Philippines, the UK and Argentina take questions on climate change.

Himalayan village split in two by climate change

Published: 11/10/2021 in BBC News - World

In Kumik, in India's northern Ladakh region, there is a serious water crisis, with some residents forced to abandon their homes and move elsewhere.

COP26: China and US agree to boost climate cooperation

Published: 11/10/2021 in BBC News - World

In a surprise announcement, the two countries unveil a joint pledge at the COP26 summit in Glasgow.

China, US Unveil Surprise Climate Action Plan At COP26 Summit

Published: 11/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China and the United States on Wednesday vowed to work together to accelerate climate action this decade, in a surprise new pact in the face of global warming that is already wreaking disasters across...

US, China To Make Joint Statement At COP26 Climate Summit

Published: 11/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China and the United States, the world's two largest emitters of greenhouse gases, will make a joint statement later on Wednesday at the COP26 climate summit, a spokesperson for the Chinese delegation...

UK's Boris Johnson Urges "Determined Push" For Climate Change Deal

Published: 11/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said a UN climate change summit had made progress towards halting runaway climate change but more was needed to seal a deal.

UN Climate Agency Publishes Draft Of Final Glasgow Deal

Published: 11/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United Nations climate agency on Wednesday published a first draft of the political decision countries will issue at the end of the COP26 summit.

"America Is Back" To Lead On Climate: US House Speaker Tells COP26

Published: 11/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US congressional Democrats led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, eager to repair damage caused by the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement under Donald Trump, told COP26 on Tuesday that "America is...

World Heading For 2.4 Degrees Warming After Latest Climate Pledges: Report

Published: 11/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

New national pledges to tackle climate change this decade would lead to around 2.4 degrees Celsius of global warming this century, far above safe levels, analysts predict.

Tuvalu Minister Films Speech Thigh-Deep In Ocean To Depict Climate Change

Published: 11/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Tuvalu's foreign minister has given a speech to the United Nations climate conference in Glasgow standing knee-deep in seawater to show how his low-lying Pacific island nation is on the front line of...

'The power is in us, not the leaders': Meet the youth activists fighting for climate action at COP26

Published: 11/09/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Campaigners and environmental activists have described the summit as the most exclusionary they have ever known.

Climate change: What do scientists want from COP26 this week?

Published: 11/08/2021 in BBC News - World

We asked climate experts from around the world what they want to see agreed at COP26 this week.

Climate change: Seven ways to spot businesses greenwashing

Published: 11/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Firms often claim they are eco-friendly but how can you check they are as green as they make out?

COP26: Obama tells young people to stay angry on climate fight

Published: 11/08/2021 in BBC News - World

The ex-US president calls for global unity and condemns "active hostility" towards climate science.

China, India Should Lead Climate Change Issue: Ex-US President Obama

Published: 11/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Former US President Barack Obama said Monday he understood why young people were "frustrated" with climate inaction from leaders and that "most countries have failed" to live up to promises they made...

COP26: Rich countries ‘pushing back’ on paying for climate loss

Published: 11/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Poorer countries say they are not able to get compensation for the damage caused by climate change.

Pledges, progress and PR spin? What you need to know as the COP26 climate talks enter the final week

Published: 11/08/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

COP26 President Alok Sharma has described this as the moment "where the rubber hits the road."

A Speech Filmed In Sea To Show Climate Change. Courtesy: Tuvalu Minister

Published: 11/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Tuvalu's foreign minister Simon Kofe has given a speech to the United Nations climate conference in Glasgow standing knee-deep in seawater to show how his low-lying Pacific island nation is on the...

Slam Poet Brings Refugee Voices To Climate Summit: "Earth Began To..."

Published: 11/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

At COP26, Sudanese-American poet Emtithal Mahmoud will be appealing for urgent action but also highlighting the efforts refugees are already making to adapt to their habitats.

COP26: Fossil fuel industry has largest delegation at climate summit

Published: 11/07/2021 in BBC News - World

There are more participants than from any single country, a study shared with the BBC suggests.

Amid Climate Crisis, Nuclear Power Finally Has "Seat At Table": UN Agency

Published: 11/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

For more than two decades, promoters and purveyors of nuclear energy felt shunned at UN climate change conferences. At the COP26 summit underway in Glasgow, however, they have been welcomed with open...

Climate: Making the BBC’s Life at 50C season

Published: 11/06/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC’s Life at 50C season, follows those people living on the front line of climate change.

"Words Not Enough": Protesters Demand Climate Action In Global Rally

Published: 11/06/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Tens of thousands of protesters braved rain and wind in Glasgow Saturday as part of worldwide demonstrations against what campaigners say is a failure of crunch UN climate talks to act fast enough to...

Op-ed: Any path to confront climate change must include fossil fuels and messy global and local politics

Published: 11/06/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The painful lesson of the past few weeks is that you can't take fossil fuel supply off the market when the renewable replacements aren't yet sufficient.

Biden social and climate bill clears procedural vote in House, where it still awaits final approval

Published: 11/05/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The House passed a key procedural vote to line up eventual passage of President Biden's signature social safety net and climate change bill.

Climate change: The US state taking on an oil giant for greenwashing

Published: 11/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The US state of Massachusetts is taking ExxonMobil to court for greenwashing.

COP26: How the world is reacting to the climate summit

Published: 11/05/2021 in BBC News - World

From Shanghai to Sao Paulo, the BBC looks at how the climate summit is being received.

COP26: What African climate experts want you to know

Published: 11/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The issues for Africa, the continent most vulnerable as temperatures rise, that COP26 must not ignore.

"It's Our Lives On The Line": Young Activists Tell UN Climate Talks

Published: 11/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of young campaigners marched through the streets of Glasgow on Friday, demanding urgent action from world leaders at the U.N. climate conference to stave off catastrophic climate change.

Ros Atkins on… tree planting and climate change

Published: 11/05/2021 in BBC News - World

Ros Atkins looks at why vast tree-planting initiatives are concerning some experts.

CAF, World Bank to join efforts financing climate actions

Published: 11/05/2021 in MercoPress

Climate actions need financing to achieve “a faster green recovery,” CAF's Díaz-Granados said Latin America's Development Bank CAF and the World Bank’s Latin America and the Caribbean Region have pledged at COP-26 to join efforts to implement climate action strategies throughout, Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) countries, it was announced Friday.

Greta Thunberg Calls COP26 Climate Summit 'A Failure'

Published: 11/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Swedish campaigner Greta Thunberg on Friday branded the UN climate summit in Glasgow a "failure" after a week of negotiations produced what some experts have called vague promises to cut emissions.

COP26 Summit Braces For Youth Protests Against Climate Inaction

Published: 11/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of youth activists were descending on the Scottish city of Glasgow on Friday to protest what they say is a dangerous lack of action by leaders at the COP26 climate summit.

The COP26 climate summit is drawing parallels to the disastrous Copenhagen meeting of 2009

Published: 11/05/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

"There are, of course, already parallels in that it is a cold, wet northern European city," Rehman said. "But there are also the more important comparisons."

COP26: Emissions of rich put climate goals at risk - study

Published: 11/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The carbon footprint of the wealthiest will grow but that of the poorest will stay small, a study says.

Climate change: Facebook fails to flag denial, study finds

Published: 11/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Researchers tracked thousands of posts denying climate change - and only 8% were marked as misinformation.

Climate Adaptation Cash One Tenth Of Amount Needed: UN

Published: 11/04/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Developing countries need up to 10 times more funding to protect themselves from increasingly ferocious effects of climate change than the world has currently earmarked, the UN said on Thursday.

COP26: What is the Glasgow climate conference and why is it important?

Published: 11/04/2021 in BBC News - World

A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.

Climate change: Why are disabled people so affected by the climate crisis?

Published: 11/03/2021 in BBC News - World

Disabled people are among those worst affected by emergencies, including climate crises - but why?

COP26: How protesters prepared for the Glasgow climate change summit

Published: 11/03/2021 in BBC News - World

Since the COP26 climate change summit started, hundreds of protesters have taken to the city's streets.

Democrats' latest climate plan includes tax breaks for EVs that cost up to $80,000

Published: 11/03/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The tweaked provision on the electric vehicle tax credit is part of President Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion social and climate spending package.

"The Money Is Here": COP26 Banks On Boosting Climate Finance

Published: 11/03/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

How can the world find the cash to limit global warming to liveable levels and completely decarbonise the economy within 30 years? That's the $100-trillion-dollar question.

COP26: What's the climate impact of private jets?

Published: 11/03/2021 in BBC News - World

World leaders' use of private jets to attend the climate summit has been called into question.

COP26 climate change summit: So far, so good-ish

Published: 11/03/2021 in BBC News - World

Three days into the COP26 global climate summit, and the mood is quietly optimistic.

Bolsonaro says Brazil part of the solution, not the problem regarding climate change

Published: 11/02/2021 in MercoPress

Brazil was represented at Glasgow by Environment Minister Joaquim Leite Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro insisted his country was a part of the solution and not of the problem of climate change. Bolsonaro's remarks came after the participation of Environment Minister Joaquim Leite in a side event at the UN COP 26 Climate Change Summit in Glasgow, which the Brazilian head of state chose not to attend and stay in Italy instead.

UK's Boris Johnson "Cautiously Optimistic" About COP26 Climate Deal

Published: 11/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday said he was "cautiously optimistic" about securing a deal to stop runaway global warming at COP26.

India, UK Launch Plan To Connect World's Power Grids At Climate Summit

Published: 11/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain and India launched a plan on Tuesday to improve connections between the world's electricity power grids to help accelerate the world's transition to greener energy.

PM Modi Meets Bill Gates On Sidelines Of COP26 Climate Summit In Glasgow

Published: 11/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates on the sidelines of the UN conference on climate change in Glasgow.

No One Untouched By Effects Of Climate Change: PM Modi At Climate Summit

Published: 11/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

PM Modi on Tuesday launched the Initiative for the Resilient Island States (IRIS) for developing infrastructure of small island nations, saying it gives a new hope, a new confidence and satisfaction...

Not Yet on Track: Climate Threat Demands More Ambitious Global Action

Published: 11/02/2021 in MercoPress

To put global emissions within range of a 2 degrees target would cost 0.2 to 1.2 percent of GDP, with the biggest burden falling on richer countries<br />
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By Kristalina Georgieva, IMF Managing Director – In 1785, Robert Burns reflected on how humanity has come to dominate our planet: “I’m truly sorry man’s dominion, has broken nature’s social union,” he wrote. The Scottish poet’s words still ring true two centuries later.

Climate Change Main Cause Of Fires In Western US, Study Shows

Published: 11/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change caused overwhelmingly by human activity is the primary source of the unprecedented forest fires regularly ravaging the western United States, according to a study published Monday.

Goldman Sachs picks 6 global stocks set to pop on 'game changer' climate policies

Published: 11/02/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden's decarbonization pledges and the EU's plans are set to benefit renewable energy stocks, according to Goldman Sachs.

COP26: Climate change graph 'needs more colours' as world gets hotter

Published: 11/02/2021 in BBC News - World

The creator of the graphic representing world temperature said it will get "darker and darker".

COP26: What climate summit means for one woman in Bangladesh

Published: 11/01/2021 in BBC News - World

What do decisions made at a summit in Glasgow mean for a woman in a village on the front line of climate change?

Climate change: Five dealmakers who will influence the outcome at COP26

Published: 11/01/2021 in BBC News - World

Who are the people who will determine the success or failure of the climate summit?

Climate change: Should we save or exploit the vanishing Amazon?

Published: 11/01/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC's Orla Guerin meets four Amazon-dwellers with differing views on the rainforest's protection.

Biden tells Glasgow attendees the 2020s will determine the next generations regarding climate change

Published: 11/01/2021 in MercoPress

The worst is yet to come “if we fail to seize this moment,” according to the US President US President Joseph Biden Monday said the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow should mark "the starting point of a decade of ambition and innovation" to fight climate change, which he believed is an "existential threat." The summit is often billed as essential to putting the landmark 2015 Paris climate accord into action.

UN Chief Urges World Leaders To "Save Humanity" At COP26 Climate Summit

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

World leaders must act to "save humanity", UN chief Antonio Guterres said on Monday as they met for the historic COP26 climate summit that observers said got under way with more talk than action.

British PM says world leaders facing climate change were like James Bond against the end of the world

Published: 11/01/2021 in MercoPress

The tragedy is climate change is not a movie, Johnson said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Monday insisted on the responsibilities world leaders are facing, during his opening speech at the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26).

Queen Elizabeth Calls For Joint Action On Climate Crisis At COP26

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Queen Elizabeth II on Monday appealed to world leaders to work together in "common cause" against climate change to "solve the most insurmountable problems".

Manchin stalls progress on Biden's social safety net, climate plan as House works to finalize bill

Published: 11/01/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Sen. Joe Manchin refused to back Biden's social spending bill without a detailed analysis of its impacts, delaying Democrats' plans to pass both bills.

"May God Save The Planet": Biden At Climate Summit

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden told the COP26 climate summit Monday that the massive response needed to stop the climate crisis should be seen as an opportunity for the world's economies.

Biden says 'we're still falling short' on climate, but U.S. working overtime to lead by example

Published: 11/01/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

COP26 is widely regarded as a make-or-break chance to prevent the worst of what the climate emergency could bring.

PM Modi To Present India's Climate Action Agenda At COP26

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be presenting the formal position on India's climate action agenda and lay out the best practices and achievements in the sector at the COP26 summit in Glasgow on...

Boris Johnson warns it's 'one minute to midnight' to prevent climate catastrophe

Published: 11/01/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The U.K. is hosting U.N.-brokered climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland in what has been described as humanity's last and best chance to secure a livable future.

Prince Charles warns G20 leaders of their duties regarding climate issues

Published: 11/01/2021 in MercoPress

Prince Charles of Wales has been a committed environmental campaigner for over 50 years Prince Charles of Wales has warned world leaders gathered at the G20 summit in Rome that they were having an “overwhelming responsibility to generations yet unborn” regarding climate issues, ahead of the COP 26 summit in Glasgow.

Argentine President wants debt swaps for climate action before heading for Glasgow

Published: 11/01/2021 in MercoPress

“Without environmental multilateralism, we will all be running towards the abyss,” Fernández said Argentine President Alberto Fernández, who is already in Glasgow for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) after two days in Rome for the G20 Summit, is to propose a new goal of reducing emissions.

G20 rounds up Rome Summit with compromise declaration on climate neutrality

Published: 11/01/2021 in MercoPress

The G20 declaration was found vague and disappointing ahead of Glasgow's climate summit Leaders of the G20 have issued their final statement Sunday at the end of a two-day summit, in which they pledged to increase efforts to reach the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, a goal which is in line with a global commitment made in 2015 through the Paris Climate Accord.

Over 120 World Leaders In Glasgow For "Last, Best Hope" Climate Summit

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 120 world leaders meet in Glasgow on Monday in a "last, best hope" to tackle the climate crisis and avert a looming global disaster.

Joe Biden To Tout "Largest Investment" In Climate In Glasgow

Published: 11/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden on Monday will try to assure world leaders that the United States can keep its promise to slash greenhouse gas emissions by more than half by the end of the decade, even as the key...

UN Climate Summit Starts Under Cloud After G-20 Dodges Hard Questions

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate negotiators at the COP26 summit were banking on the world's most powerful leaders to give them a boost before they embark on two weeks of fraught discussions over who should do what to slow...

Boris Johnson To Commit Hike In UK's Climate Finance At Start Of COP26

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The world must move from aspiration to action to limit rising global temperatures, British PM Boris Johnson will tell world leaders at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow as he commits to increase the...

IMF Head Urges COP26 Leaders To Ramp Up Climate Ambition

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva on Sunday urged world leaders gathered at the COP26 summit in Glasgow to show greater policy ambition, calling climate change a "grave threat to macroeconomic and...

Climate change: The Indian village that could disappear under water

Published: 10/31/2021 in BBC News - World

A village in the eastern coast of India faces the risk of going under water amid rising sea levels.

G20 Climate Agreements Prove "Power Of America Showing Up": Joe Biden

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden said on Sunday that the agreements made at the G20 summit including pledging to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees above Celsius, proved "the power of America showing up".

UN COP26 Summit Begins In UK's Glasgow Amid Growing Climate Change Threat

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

With the UK hosts warning that "lights are flashing red on the climate change dashboard", the COP26 UN climate summit kicked off on Sunday in Glasgow, marked by pointed warnings of growing threats as...

Biden at G20: Russia and China 'didn't show up' on climate

Published: 10/31/2021 in BBC News - World

US President Joe Biden addresses disappointment by some about what was agreed at the G20 ahead of COP26.

G20 Falls Short On Key Climate Target Ahead Of COP26 Climate Summit

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The G20 major economies committed on Sunday to the key goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, but disappointed leaders warned more was needed to make a success of UN climate talks...

"If Glasgow Fails, Whole Thing Fails": Boris Johnson On Climate Talks

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday urged world leaders attending the UN climate change conference in Glasgow to commit to cutting carbon emissions, warning efforts to halt runaway global...

"Last Hope To Keep 1.5 Degrees In Reach": Climate Talks Chief Alok Sharma

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The president of the COP26 climate summit called on countries to work together to avert the most devastating impacts of global warming as he opened the meeting on Sunday.

Who’s going to the COP26 climate summit? Meet the key players at the UN talks

Published: 10/31/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Most countries will be represented at the U.N. talks in one way or another, with roughly 25,000 delegates thought to be in Glasgow, Scotland.

India, UK To Launch Solar Green Grids Initiative At COP26 Climate Summit

Published: 10/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

India and the UK are set to enhance their International Solar Alliance (ISA) partnership with the launch of a new Green Grids Initiative connecting different parts of the world at the United Nations...

G20 in final push to reach deal on climate at Rome summit

Published: 10/31/2021 in BBC News - World

The leaders of the world's richest economies are looking for an agreement ahead of COP26.

COP26: 'Moment of truth' as world meets for climate summit

Published: 10/30/2021 in BBC News - World

COP26 begins in Glasgow, amid dire warnings for the future if urgent climate action is not taken.

World Leaders Face Tough Climate Talks On G20 Summit Day 2 Ahead Of COP26

Published: 10/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Leaders of the Group of 20 major economies sit down for a second day of talks on Sunday faced with the difficult task of bridging their differences on how to combat global warming ahead of a crucial...

Climate change: What's it like living in a place where it's 50C?

Published: 10/30/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC has spoken to people around the world about how extreme heat is changing their lives.

Greta Thunberg Joins Hundreds In Scotland Climate Rally Ahead Of COP26

Published: 10/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of activists rallied in Glasgow on Saturday to urge world leaders to act on climate change, in the biggest protests yet in the Scottish city ahead of the crucial COP26 summit.

G20 Leaders Approve Global Tax Deal; No Consensus Yet On Climate Change

Published: 10/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Leaders of the G20 world's major economies approved a global minimum tax on the largest companies on Saturday, but were still haggling over the pressing issue of climate change.

PM Modi Gifts Pope A Candle Holder, Book On India's Climate Initiatives

Published: 10/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted a specially-made silver candelabra and a book on India's climate initiatives to Pope Francis on Saturday as they held their first one-to-one meeting.

Brazil's VP says Bolsonaro would be greeted with stones at Glasgow's climate summit

Published: 10/30/2021 in MercoPress

Bolsonaro will not attend Glasgow's summit over security concerns Brazilian Vice President Hamilton Mourao said that if President Jair Bolsonaro was to attend the COP 26 climate change summit in Glasgow he would be greeted with stones.

G20: Climate and Covid top agenda as world leaders meet

Published: 10/30/2021 in BBC News - World

The G20 leaders are holding their first face-to-face meeting since the start of the pandemic.

World Leaders To Talk Climate, Economy, Vaccines At G20 Summit

Published: 10/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change and the relaunch of the global economy will top the G20 agenda as leaders of the world's most advanced nations meet Saturday, the first in-person gathering since the pandemic.

COP26: What do the poorest countries want from climate summit?

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Rich countries will get most of the attention, but developing countries are on climate change's front line.

US President and Pope discuss climate change and COVID-19 vaccines

Published: 10/29/2021 in MercoPress

The Argentine-born Pope said Biden may go on receiving Communion US President Joseph Biden Friday met in Vatican City with Pope Francis, in an encounter during which climate change and COVID-19 vaccines topped the agenda at the same time the issue of abortion was cautiously overlooked by the Catholic Church's leader and one of his most prominent adherents.

COP26: African climate activists' message to world leaders

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Young climate activists from Africa share their message to world leaders at COP26.

Climate change: What are the big polluters doing to cut carbon emissions?

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The top emissions-producing nations all have plans to tackle global warming, but what progress are they making?

Teen Activist Greta Thunberg Joins London Climate Protest Ahead Of COP26

Published: 10/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg attended a small protest in London on Friday against global banks' role in the fossil fuel industry, ahead of travelling to the upcoming COP26 summit in...

Pope Francis Calls For Climate Action As Rich Nations Sound Alarm

Published: 10/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Leaders of the 20 richest countries will acknowledge the existential threat of climate change, a draft communique seen by Reuters shows, as Pope Francis said on Friday the COP26 summit must deliver...

UK Urges China To Take "Concrete" Climate Action Ahead Of COP26

Published: 10/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday urged China's President Xi Jinping and other world leaders to take "concrete action" on climate change as they spoke by phone ahead of the upcoming COP26...

Greta Thunberg: Activist calls on banks to stop funding climate 'destruction'

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The Swedish campaigner is in the UK to take part in protests ahead of next week's COP26 conference.

Pope Calls For "Urgent" Response To Climate Crisis Ahead Of Glasgow Summit

Published: 10/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis on Friday said in a message released ahead of the COP26 summit that leaders must respond "urgently" to the climate crisis.

Pope urges 'radical' climate response in exclusive BBC message

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

In an exclusive message recorded for the BBC, Pope Francis addresses world leaders ahead of COP26.

Arnold Schwarzenegger calls leaders 'liars' over climate

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The actor and former governor of California speaks to BBC radio 4 ahead of the COP26 climate summit.

COP26: Arnold Schwarzenegger angered by world leaders' climate policies

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The Terminator actor also says reducing meat intake does not have to mean sacrificing something.

India rejects net zero emissions target as Modi heads to COP26 climate talks

Published: 10/28/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

India's environment secretary R.P. Gupta reportedly said that net zero was not the solution to the climate crisis, ahead of COP26 climate meeting.

Climate change: Major US oil companies face grilling by Congress

Published: 10/28/2021 in BBC News - World

House Democrats accuse major oil companies of misleading the public for decades.

China Submits New Climate Plan Days Before COP26 Summit

Published: 10/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Thursday submitted a renewed emissions cutting plan that promised to peak carbon pollution before 2030 but which experts said stopped short of the radical decarbonisation required of the...

Biden will announce a framework for his social and climate spending bill – here's what's in it

Published: 10/28/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

President Joe Biden will announce Thursday that he has reached a deal with Senate Democratic holdouts on a social spending and climate bill.

Climate change: Major US oil companies to testify in Congress

Published: 10/28/2021 in BBC News - World

A US congressional hearing will examine whether oil companies misled the public about climate change.

Climate change: Human activity makes forests emit carbon

Published: 10/27/2021 in BBC News - World

Human activity and wildfires have turned highly protected forests into net sources of carbon, a study suggests.

Climate change: Can India meet its targets?

Published: 10/27/2021 in BBC News - World

As a major global climate summit approaches, is the Indian government on track to meet its own commitments?

How Amazon decides which climate tech start-ups to invest in

Published: 10/27/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Matt Peterson, head of Amazon's $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund, explains how the tech giant picks its bets.

"In The Balance": British PM Says COP26 Climate Summit "Very Difficult"

Published: 10/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said the COP26 climate summit starting next week in Scotland could yet fail as he urged more countries to step forward with plans of action.

Ros Atkins on... India's climate challenge

Published: 10/26/2021 in BBC News - World

A look at how India is trying to balance banishing poverty with meeting its climate commitments.

7 Times More Emission Cuts Needed: UN On World's "Ambitious" Climate Goal

Published: 10/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Countries' latest climate plans will deliver just a tiny percentage of the emissions cuts needed to limit global heating to 1.5C, the United Nations said on Tuesday in a damning assessment ahead of...

Climate change: UN emissions gap report a 'thundering wake-up call'

Published: 10/26/2021 in BBC News - World

Current carbon-cutting plans from nations would lead the world to climate catastrophe, says the UN.

Google search rival Ecosia launches $405 million VC fund to back climate tech start-ups

Published: 10/26/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The so-called World Fund will invest in the "next generation" of founders looking to tackle climate change, Ecosia said.

Climate tech start-ups have raised a record $32 billion globally so far in 2021

Published: 10/26/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Technology companies working on combating climate change have raised a record breaking $32 billion so far this year, according to a report published Tuesday.

Eco-friendly sex: What is it and how does it impact on climate change?

Published: 10/25/2021 in BBC News - World

As more people try to live environmentally friendly lives, how do we make sex more sustainable?

Climate change: Australia pledges to reach net zero emissions by 2050

Published: 10/25/2021 in BBC News - World

The 2050 target controversially omits new short-term goals and cuts to fossil fuel industries.

Eco-friendly sex: What is it and how does it impact on climate change?

Published: 10/25/2021 in BBC News - World

As more people try to live environmentally friendly lives, how do we make sex more sustainable?

Climate change: Four things you can do to help fight climate change

Published: 10/25/2021 in BBC News - World

Small changes to our lifestyles and choices could limit our personal carbon footprint.

Saudi Arabia Pledges More Than $1 Billion In New Climate Initiatives

Published: 10/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler pledged more than $1 billion for new environmental initiatives on Monday, taking further steps to bolster environmental credentials of the world's top oil exporter.

Climate change tops agenda during encounter between Argentine, US officials

Published: 10/25/2021 in MercoPress

Beliz and Sullivan acknowledged ”the importance of advancing in a successful negotiation with the IMF Argentina's Secretary of Strategic Affairs Gustavo Beliz and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan held a meeting in Washington DC to discuss the climate change agenda and the current negotiations with the International Monetary Fund, it was reported.

Climate change quiz: Test your knowledge of how to reduce emissions

Published: 10/25/2021 in BBC News - World

How much do you know about the steps you could take to help curb climate change?

World's "Most Important" Organisms Are On The Move. Reason: Climate Change

Published: 10/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The strange metal box hauled from the waves and onto the ship's deck looks like a spaceship fished from a child's imagination.

"Years Of Foot-Dragging": Israel Says Climate Change "National Security" Issue

Published: 10/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Sunday declared the fight against climate change a "national security" priority and pledged to "facilitate" investments in green energy.

Climate change: The environmental disasters we've almost fixed

Published: 10/24/2021 in BBC News - World

From acid rain to the ozone hole: Can we learn from the environmental "success stories" of the past?

The Climate Project That Changed How We Understand Extreme Weather

Published: 10/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

When a handful of scientists tried to publish rapid research into the role of climate change in record rainfall that lashed Britain in 2015, they were told their high-speed approach was "not science".

Contrails: How tweaking flight plans can help the climate

Published: 10/21/2021 in BBC News - World

Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.

Climate change will bring global tension, US intelligence report says

Published: 10/21/2021 in BBC News - World

Countries will argue over a response and the poorest will suffer most, US intelligence says.

More games, more countries, more travel: Does European football care about its climate impact?

Published: 10/21/2021 in BBC News - World

European football is expanding, with more games in more countries than ever before. So how does that tally with the sport reducing its climate impact?

"World-First" Law In New Zealand Will Make Banks Report Climate Impact

Published: 10/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand passed a law Thursday forcing banks to reveal the impact of their investments on climate change, describing it as a world-first move to make the financial sector's environmental record...

Covid Recovery Poses Dire Climate, Health Risks: Report

Published: 10/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Countries' fossil fuel-powered Covid-19 recoveries will have long-lasting consequences on human health and risk worsening the food and water insecurity, heatwaves and infectious diseases, a major...

COP26: Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report

Published: 10/20/2021 in BBC News - World

Countries are asking the UN to play down the need to move rapidly away from fossil fuels.

G20 Leaders To Address Climate Challenge Ahead Of COP26: Italy

Published: 10/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

G20 leaders meeting in Rome next week will help pave the way for UN climate talks that follow, Prime Minister Mario Draghi said Wednesday, urging world powers to take coordinated action.

COP26: Russia's Vladimir Putin will not attend climate summit

Published: 10/20/2021 in BBC News - World

No reason was given for the Russian leader's decision not to attend the conference in Glasgow.

Oil & Gas Giant Deliberately Downplayed Climate Threat Since 1970s: Study

Published: 10/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

French oil and gas major Total deliberately downplayed the threat of global warming from the 1970s onwards, according to research based on interviews with former company executives and internal...

Vladimir Putin To Skip COP26 Climate Summit, Says Kremlin

Published: 10/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend next month's landmark UN climate summit, the Kremlin said on Wednesday but stressed that addressing climate change was one of Russia's top priorities.

Ros Atkins on… Europe's climate challenge

Published: 10/19/2021 in BBC News - World

Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.

Biden's climate agenda at risk as Democrats negotiate budget bill

Published: 10/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Fighting climate change has been a main component of the president's "Build Back Better" agenda.

'We are on a war on combating greenwashing,' says climate tech entrepreneur

Published: 10/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A Swedish start-up that's been backed by Google claims that its carbon emissions tracker can help to put an end to corporate greenwashing.

Climate Change: Why Carbon Dioxide Needs To Be Extracted From Thin Air

Published: 10/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The burning question going into the Glasgow climate summit is whether major economies can, by 2050, reduce emissions enough to deliver a carbon-neutral world in which humanity no longer adds...

Maldives calls for rapid and immediate action to fight climate change

Published: 10/18/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The world's largest carbon emitters are not listening to what's happening to countries facing extreme weather, said the minister of environment in Maldives.

Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley at climate concert

Published: 10/18/2021 in BBC News - World

Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley's "Never Going To Give You Up" to launch series of climate concerts.

Australia Enters Legal Fight Against Indian-Origin Teen's Climate Dare

Published: 10/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Australian government on Monday began its legal challenge to a Federal Court's landmark decision that it has a duty of care to protect children from future personal injury caused by climate...

Does a climate summit need 25,000 people? And more questions

Published: 10/17/2021 in BBC News - World

BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.

The climate activists who want Norway to end oil and gas production

Published: 10/17/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC's Nick Beake meets the young climate activists trying to stop Norway drilling for oil and gas.

The case for 'hope punk' when talking about climate change: 'To be hopeless is to be uninformed'

Published: 10/17/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Climate change hopelessness and gloom-and-doom is uninformed and disempowering, says author and educator Elin Kelsey. Focusing on solutions is the way forward.

COP26 Unlikely To Lead To "Big Changes": Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

Published: 10/16/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg on Saturday said upcoming climate talks in Glasgow, billed as humanity's last chance to avoid catastrophic global warming, were unlikely to "lead to big changes".

Biden shows plan to address major financial risks posed by climate change

Published: 10/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Biden administration released its Climate-Related Financial Risk Strategy Report on Friday, in in response to President Joe Biden's executive order in May.

"Really Irritating": On Mic, Queen's Jibe At Leaders Over Climate Change

Published: 10/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Queen Elizabeth II has taken aim at world leaders who "talk" but "don't do" enough about climate change, in an apparent jibe at those not attending the upcoming COP26 summit.

Scott Morrison: Australia's PM to attend COP26 climate summit

Published: 10/15/2021 in BBC News - World

Scott Morrison had said he might skip the summit, reigniting criticism of Australia's climate vows.

Australian Prime Minister To Attend Glasgow Climate Summit

Published: 10/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's prime minister on Friday withdrew a threat to skip next month's landmark UN climate summit, describing the meeting as "an important event".

Climate change will dominate Biden's agenda when he heads to Europe in two weeks

Published: 10/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

President Joe Biden will travel to Europe in two weeks, White House said on Thursday, with the global climate crisis on the forefront of the president's agenda.

Progressives urge Pelosi to keep all the social and climate programs in Biden's economic plan intact

Published: 10/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

House progressives want to keep all of the programs in Biden's economic plan but reduce their timeframe in order to cut costs.

Why China's climate policy matters to us all

Published: 10/14/2021 in BBC News - World

The global battle against climate change is likely to be won or lost in China.

Climate change in India: The young inventor's solar-powered ironing cart

Published: 10/13/2021 in BBC News - World

India's ironing vendors use charcoal as fuel, but Vinisha Umashankar's cart harnesses the Sun's energy.

42 Small Countries Could "Disappear" Without Action On Climate Change

Published: 10/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Some of the world's smallest countries could "disappear" without action at an upcoming UN summit to contain climate change, the secretary general of the Commonwealth warned in a Wednesday interview.

Ros Atkins on... The US climate conundrum

Published: 10/12/2021 in BBC News - World

Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world's biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change.

"Act Immediately" To Keep 1.5 Celsius Climate Goal In Reach: COP26 Host

Published: 10/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

COP26 President Alok Sharma on Tuesday asked world leaders to slash their emissions "immediately" to avoid failure at next month's summit and keep the Paris climate goals in play.

WHO/COP26 Special report on Climate Change and Health for Glasgow climate summit

Published: 10/12/2021 in MercoPress

“We need a comprehensive approach to the debt problem, including debt reduction, swifter restructuring and improved transparency,” said World Bank Group President David Malpass Countries must set ambitious national climate commitments if they are to sustain a healthy and green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

WHO Calls For Climate Action To Assure Sustained Recovery From Covid

Published: 10/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that countries must set ambitious national climate commitments if they are to sustain a healthy and green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

"They Just Talk": Prince Charles Echoes Greta Thunberg On Climate

Published: 10/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's Prince Charles says he shares the concerns of Greta Thunberg and other environmental activists that world leaders "just talk" about climate change and were not doing enough to prevent its...

Princes Charles Urges Action, Not "Just Talk" At UN Climate Summit

Published: 10/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prince Charles, a lifelong environmentalist who has championed organic gardening and runs one of his cars on white wine and cheese, has urged world leaders to turn talk into action at the upcoming UN...

Ahead Of Glasgow Summit, China-US Tensions Could Shape Climate Future

Published: 10/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Global momentum is building on the climate crisis but action will be impossible without two nations, China and the United States, which together account for more than half of emissions -- and whose...

Momentum, commitment, scale: Experts break down what it will take to hit climate goals

Published: 10/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

As the world gears up for COP26, climate change and net-zero goals are hot topics of discussion.

Can Nuclear Power Save Us From Climate Change? Experts Weigh In

Published: 10/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

For its supporters, nuclear energy is the world's best -- perhaps only -- hope to avoid catastrophic climate change. Opponents say it is too expensive, too risky and totally unnecessary.

Defense Department warns climate change will increase conflicts over water and food

Published: 10/08/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Defense Department was among 20 federal agencies that unveiled climate change adaptation plans this week.

Climate change: Is the UK on track to meet its targets?

Published: 10/08/2021 in BBC News - World

With a month to go until the UK hosts a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?

Google, YouTube To Stop Posting Ads Next To Climate Change Misinformation

Published: 10/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Google on Thursday said it will no longer post ads next to misinformation about climate change on its search engine or on global video-sharing platform YouTube.

Climate change: Tracking China's steel addiction in one city

Published: 10/07/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC travels to Wuzhou to see how cities are grappling with climate targets and a "build" mantra.

Fed governor anticipates new guidance on climate change for big banks

Published: 10/07/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said the Fed is developing scenario analysis tools to model big banks' exposure to climate-related financial risks.

In Egypt's Red Sea, Corals Fade As Oceans Warm Due To Climate Change

Published: 10/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Standing on a boat bobbing gently in the Red Sea, Egyptian diving instructor Mohamed Abdelaziz looks on as tourists snorkel amid the brilliantly coloured corals, a natural wonder now under threat from...

Ros Atkins On... China's climate change promises

Published: 10/06/2021 in BBC News - World

Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world's biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change.

Climate change: Voices from global south muted by climate science

Published: 10/06/2021 in BBC News - World

Climate academics from some of the regions worst hit by warming are struggling to be published.

Two climate change experts and one Italian theorist win Nobel Physics Prize

Published: 10/05/2021 in MercoPress

Manabe and Hasselmann will split half the prize money, the other haf going entirely to Parisi The 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to two climate change experts in addition to an Italian scientist, it was announced Tuesday.

COP26 Summit Chief Denies UK Rift Over Climate

Published: 10/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's pointman for the COP26 climate summit insisted Tuesday that his own Conservative party was on board with the ambition of saving the planet.

Nobel Physics Prize To Two Climate Experts, Italian Theorist

Published: 10/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US-Japanese scientist Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann of Germany and Giorgio Parisi of Italy on Tuesday won the Nobel Physics Prize for climate models and the understanding of physical systems, the...

Nobel in physics: Climate science breakthroughs earn prize

Published: 10/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The physics Nobel has been given for work to understand complex systems such as the Earth's climate.

Pope Francis Warns Of "Unprecedented" Climate Crisis Ahead Of UN Summit

Published: 10/04/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

World leaders meeting later this month for a UN climate summit must offer solutions to an "unprecedented ecological crisis", Pope Francis warned on Monday.

Climate change: Stop smoke and mirrors, rich nations told

Published: 10/02/2021 in BBC News - World

Ministers meeting in Milan hear calls for sweeping carbon cuts ahead of the COP26 climate summit.

Eyes Of The World To Be On Scotland For Climate Summit: Queen Elizabeth

Published: 10/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's attention will be focused on Scotland for next month's climate summit, Queen Elizabeth told Scottish lawmakers on Saturday, adding that they would have an important role making a better,...

Greta Thunberg Leads Climate March At Milan Youth Summit

Published: 10/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of young people led by Swedish activist Greta Thunberg marched in Milan Friday to demand swift climate action a month ahead of the crucial COP26 environmental summit in Glasgow.

UN Chief Warns Of "Hellish Future" Ahead Of Key Climate Summit

Published: 09/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

World leaders must choose between saving the world or condemning "humanity to a hellish future", UN chief Antonio Guterres warned Thursday at a preparatory meeting for a key climate summit next month.

Climate change: Youth have 'every right to be angry' says UK PM

Published: 09/30/2021 in BBC News - World

Boris Johnson says leaders' "reckless actions" created the climate crisis and now is the time to act.

Climate change: Ministers meet in Milan for pre-COP26

Published: 09/29/2021 in BBC News - World

After the jeers of Greta Thunberg, minsters meet in Italy for the last UN talks before a major climate summit.

Italy climate minister accepts Thunberg's 'blah, blah, blah' criticism

Published: 09/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Roberto Cingolani tells the BBC politicians have not done enough and COP26 aims to change that.

Exxon Mobil has been lobbying against parts of Democrats' big social and climate spending bill

Published: 09/29/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Exxon Mobil has been lobbying against pieces of a sprawling Democratic budget bill aimed at boosting working class families and fighting climate change.

Climate change will be an alpha generator for the next four decades, says CalSTRS CIO

Published: 09/29/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

ESG is booming and while the energy transition offers opportunities, investors need to make data-based decisions when looking at sustainable funds.

'We need to talk to China,' Europe's climate chief says ahead of COP26

Published: 09/29/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

International leaders need to convince China the nation to implement concrete steps toward de-carbonization, the EU's climate chief told CNBC Tuesday.

BlackRock's Larry Fink says big companies shouldn't be the only 'climate police' in the world

Published: 09/28/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Big companies and banks shouldn't be the only "climate police" in the world, says BlackRock Chief Executive Larry Fink.

"30 Years Of Blah Blah Blah": Greta Thunberg Questions Italy Climate Talks

Published: 09/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Greta Thunberg and fellow youth campaigners struck a sceptical tone for this week's climate talks in Italy, saying much has been promised but little done to tackle global warming in almost three...

Trading carbon credits alone will not solve the climate crisis, Standard Chartered CEO says

Published: 09/28/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Companies buy and sell carbon credits in a voluntary carbon market as a way to offset their emissions — when a credit is claimed, it can no longer be sold.

Climate change: Why India can't live without coal

Published: 09/27/2021 in BBC News - World

Can the world's third largest emitter of fossil fuels end its reliance on coal?

Poor Nations On UK 'Red List' Warn Of Visa Headaches For Climate Talks

Published: 09/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's poorest countries have said they may struggle to meet visa requirements and cover all COVID-19 quarantine costs for the COP26 climate summit, raising concerns that some might not be able...

Falklands at Labour conference, climate change and “Looking forward at 40”, the main issues

Published: 09/27/2021 in MercoPress

The Falkland Islands stand at the Labor Conference in Brighton with its staff The Falkland Islands have a stand at the Labour conference in Brighton which took off on Saturday and will extend until Wednesday 29 September. Official hosts of the stand are MLA Stacey Bragger and the Falklands Representative to the UK and Europe, Richard Hyslop...plus Rex the Rockie penguin.

COP26: Australia PM undecided on attending crucial climate summit

Published: 09/26/2021 in BBC News - World

The coal-supporting nation has faced increasing pressure to commit to a net-zero emissions target.

Australian PM Scott Morrison May Skip UN Glasgow Climate Summit

Published: 09/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, under pressure to adopt a 2050 net-zero carbon emissions target, said in an interview published Monday that he may not join this year's landmark UN climate...

How climate change is making inequality worse, especially for children

Published: 09/26/2021 in BBC News - World

Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.

Climate psychologist explains how to discuss climate change productively

Published: 09/26/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

There must be an honest acknowledgment that no one person can solve climate change alone, says climate psychologist Renée Lertzman.

Watch: Elton John Kicks Off World-Spanning Gigs For Climate, Vaccines

Published: 09/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The "Rocketman" got things going in Paris, performing hits including "Tiny Dancer" and "Your Song" in front of the Eiffel Tower in a dazzling green suit.

Arctic Sailing Race Planned In Canada To Highlight Climate Change

Published: 09/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A French sports group on Saturday announced plans to launch a sailing race in the thawing Canadian Arctic to raise awareness of global warning.

Climate change: Whisper it cautiously... there's been progress in run up to COP26

Published: 09/24/2021 in BBC News - World

Pledges made at the UN have lifted hopes for the Glasgow summit, but some major questions remain.

German election: Climate protesters rally in cities

Published: 09/24/2021 in BBC News - World

They want the next government to do more to limit global heating and to end the use of coal.

Mortgage market is unprepared for climate risk, says industry report

Published: 09/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The mortgage market is unprepared for the multifold physical and financial risks related to climate change, according to a new report from the Mortgage Bankers.

World leaders must ‘walk the walk’ at COP26 to prevent climate disaster, London mayor says

Published: 09/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Khan warned that inaction would have a disastrous impact on the environment, and called on delegates attending the summit in November to make serious changes. 

"Last Chance...": Boris Johnson's Appeal Ahead Of Climate Summit

Published: 09/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday cast UN climate talks in Glasgow in November as a last chance for humanity as he made a passionate appeal for the world to slash carbon emissions.

Time for humanity to grow up on climate, says UK PM

Published: 09/22/2021 in BBC News - World

The world is approaching a critical turning point, Boris Johnson warns the UN's General Assembly.

Compassion urges leaders to harness Food Summit momentum to tackle climate, health and nature emergencies

Published: 09/22/2021 in MercoPress

“Research clearly demonstrates that a global reduction in meat and dairy consumption is vital to keep us within planetary boundaries,” said Philip Compassion in World Farming is urging world leaders to harness the momentum garnered at this week’s first-ever United Nations Food Systems Summit (UN FSS) to take clear and radical action towards transforming our broken global food system.

From Climate Change To Train Travel: What Joe Biden-Boris Johnson Talked

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday discussed the dangers of climate change and bantered about the joys of rail travel during an Oval Office meeting aimed at...

In Landmark Climate Pledge, China Promises To End Coal Funding Overseas

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China will stop funding coal projects overseas, President Xi Jinping announced Tuesday, all but ending the flow of public aid for the dirty energy contributing to the climate crisis.

Joe Biden Pledges To Double US Climate Change Aid

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday he would work with Congress to double funds by 2024 to $11.4 billion per year to help developing nations deal with climate...

Biden vows new era of 'relentless diplomacy' as world contends with Covid, climate change and China

Published: 09/21/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden's debut address to the UN General Assembly comes as the U.S. strives to rebuild alliances and reclaim a global leadership position.

Announcements On Covid, Climate Change Likely At Quad Summit: Official

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) leaders will "make announcements relating to COVID-19, clean energy and climate change" following their meeting on Friday, a senior US administration official...

Biden To Announce "Good News" On $100 Billion UN Climate Fund

Published: 09/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden is expected to announce "good news" on addressing a shortfall in a $100 billion global climate fund, a UN official said Monday following a closed-door meeting between countries...

"6 Out Of 10": Boris Johnson Pegs Chances Of Fulflling UN Climate Goals

Published: 09/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Forcing wealthy nations to honour their UN climate fund pledges this week will "be a stretch", British Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted ahead of a Monday meeting with global leaders aiming to do...

18-year-old climate activist shares how she finds courage to face a 'ticking time bomb'

Published: 09/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

"We're fighting against what feels like a ticking time bomb," said Natalie Sweet, an 18-year-old climate activist. Here's how she finds courage and resilience.

World leaders return to U.N. with focus on pandemic, climate

Published: 09/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

World leaders are returning to the United Nations in New York this week with a focus on boosting efforts to fight both climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The link between climate change, seaweed and ice cream

Published: 09/18/2021 in BBC News - World

Seaweed production has been affected by warming seas – this is how farmers are adapting.

From Katrina to Ida: How US presidents react to climate change and natural disasters

Published: 09/18/2021 in BBC News - World

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, US presidents have realised the impact of their reactions to extreme weather.

Joe Biden Asks World Leaders To Cut Methane In Climate Fight

Published: 09/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Biden made the remarks during a virtual meeting of the Major Economies Forum (MEF)

At least half of climate finance must be spent on adaptation, says UN Secretary General

Published: 09/17/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The costs of climate adaptation in developing countries are expected to grow to as much as $300 billion dollars a year by 2030, said Secretary General Guterres.

British Ambassador at Montevideo's Expo Prado: Falklands stand in the show is aligned with UK theme, climate change

Published: 09/17/2021 in MercoPress

President of ARU German Valdes and the Livestock, Agriculture minister Fernando Mattos, Ambassador O'Connor inaugurated a pavilion somewhat different from previous years. Pic:Sebastian Astorga For the eighth year, the United Kingdom participated in Montevideo's Expo Prado Show, annual international livestock and agricultural industry exhibition where the largest productive sector of the Uruguayan economy shows its muscle to the thousands of visitors and private and public exhibitors who turn up for each edition. This year is the second time that Ambassador Faye O'Connor has appeared at the opening of her country's pavilion, which will also house, once again, a Falkland Islands themed stand promoting industry and tourism.

Joe Biden Convenes World Leaders To Discuss Climate Change

Published: 09/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden convenes world leaders on Friday for a discussion about intensifying efforts to tackle climate change, seeking to build momentum ahead of an international summit on global warming...

In areas hit hard by climate change, only the rich can afford to stay

Published: 09/16/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Flooding is the most common and most costly natural disaster in the U.S., says FEMA. The real estate market is starting to include the risk in home prices.

More than 80% say they'd change their behavior to fight climate change, but U.S. conservatives lag

Published: 09/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A new report from Pew Research Center shows most people are willing to change, but shows a strong ideological split in the U.S.

Climate change: Young people very worried - survey

Published: 09/14/2021 in BBC News - World

Over half of respondents in a survey believe humanity is doomed and governments are failing to act.

Nearly half of young people worldwide say climate change anxiety is affecting their daily life

Published: 09/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A global study has found young people are suffering "profound psychological distress" due to climate change and government inaction on the crisis. 

Climate Researchers "Potty Train" Peeing Cows

Published: 09/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Scientists say they have successfully "potty trained" cows to urinate in a designated toilet area as part of a programme aimed at slashing greenhouse gas emissions.

In "World's Most Dangerous Place" For Climate Activists, Killings Hit Record

Published: 09/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

An environmental activist in southern Colombia's steamy jungle province of Putumayo was preparing to run some errands earlier this year when she received a warning from a contact, she said.

Life at 50C: The toxic gas flares fuelling Nigeria's climate change

Published: 09/13/2021 in BBC News - World

Joy and her family are among 2m Nigerians living within 4km of a gas flare in Nigeria's oil-rich south.

German election: Hunger strikers want greater action on climate change

Published: 09/13/2021 in BBC News - World

Six young people say they won't end their hunger strike until the leading candidates meet them.

California's battle with climate change is at stake in Tuesday's recall election

Published: 09/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Many of the Republican candidates on the ballot to replace Newsom want to roll back the state's plans to address climate change and transition to clean energy.

"Moving In Wrong Direction": UN Chief Calls For Action On Covid, Climate

Published: 09/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United Nations chief warned Friday that the world is "moving in the wrong direction" and exhorted nations to take urgent action to fight the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change.

US Climate Envoy To Travel To India On September 12: State Department

Published: 09/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry will travel to India from September 12-14 "to discuss efforts to raise global climate ambition and speed India's clean energy transition," the...

COP26: Poorest countries fear not reaching UK for climate summit

Published: 09/10/2021 in BBC News - World

Twenty of the world's poorest countries face hotel quarantine before the event in Glasgow.

British Pavilion in Expo Prado focuses on climate change; Falklands stand promotes trade and tourism

Published: 09/08/2021 in MercoPress

The British Pavilion will seek to convey the message that every action, no matter how small, counts when it comes to caring for the planet and protecting it for future generations The British Embassy will be present at the Uruguayan Expo Prado 2021 for the eighth consecutive year with a pavilion focused on promoting different initiatives to help combat climate change. In November this year, the UK will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow, Scotland.

Animals "Shape-Shifting" To Adapt To Climate Change, New Study Shows

Published: 09/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Some animals are "shape-shifting" and have developed bigger tails, beaks and ears to regulate their body temperatures as the planet warms, according to a new study.

UK "Ditched" Climate Pledge For Australia Trade Deal: Environmental Group

Published: 09/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Greenpeace said "details from the leaked email demonstrate that what Boris Johnson wrote in that letter was a lie".

Climate change: Animals shapeshifting to stay cool, study says

Published: 09/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Warm-blooded animals are evolving to have larger beaks, legs and ears to stay cool, scientists say.

Climate change: Vulnerable nations call for 'emergency pact'

Published: 09/07/2021 in BBC News - World

The countries at greatest risk say all nations must take bigger steps to avoid climate catastrophe.

Joe Biden Warns Of Climate Change "Code Red" In Visit To Storm Damage

Published: 09/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden said Tuesday the world faces a "code red" on climate change danger as he visited damage from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in New York and New Jersey.

Climate change: Dragonflies spread north in warming world

Published: 09/07/2021 in BBC News - World

The expansion of dragonflies across Britain and Ireland is an indicator of climate change, say experts.

Climate change: Green groups call for COP26 postponement

Published: 09/07/2021 in BBC News - World

Vaccine inequality and travel challenges risk excluding many delegates from poorer nations.

What to expect from China at the upcoming major climate summit COP26

Published: 09/06/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Here's what to expect from China at the upcoming major climate summit COP26

Climate change: Massive Attack gig data to cut live music impact

Published: 09/05/2021 in BBC News - World

Artists should swap private jets for trains among recommendations from climate scientists.

Hurricanes can't force this 66-year-old Black climate activist to abandon Louisiana

Published: 09/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Evacuating from storms has been a part of Jerome Ringo's entire life. "It goes back to when we were kids for hurricane Audrey back in 1957," he told CNBC.

How you can help fight climate change in ways that really matter

Published: 09/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Can a single person do anything to meaningfully contribute to climate change relief efforts? Most certainly, say climate change experts. Here's how.

Engine No. 1 takes climate fight to other big oil companies after underdog win at Exxon

Published: 09/03/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Activist firm Engine No. 1 after winning three board seats at Exxon is meeting with other oil companies, a source familiar told CNBC.

Britain Distributing Coronavirus Vaccines To Climate Talks Delegates

Published: 09/03/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain has started shipping COVID-19 vaccines to delegates attending global climate talks it is hosting next month who cannot access them at home, with the first shots to be delivered next week.

Southeast Asia could lose $28 trillion if it fails to act fast on climate change, report finds

Published: 09/02/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Southeast Asia's economy is set to lose trillions over the next 50 years if it does not significantly reduce its carbon emissions, a Deloitte report found.

Climate change: Arctic warming linked to colder winters

Published: 09/02/2021 in BBC News - World

A new study connects the heating of the Arctic region to extreme winter weather in the US.

Deadly flash floods show how vulnerable New York's infrastructure is to climate change

Published: 09/02/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Hurricane Ida's remnants exposed vulnerabilities in New York City's infrastructure to the kind of extreme weather that is being generated by climate change.

China's Coal Binge May "Undo" Global Capacity To Meet Climate Targets: US

Published: 09/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US climate envoy John Kerry warned Thursday that Beijing's coal building spree could "undo" global capacity to meet climate targets, after holding talks with top officials in China.

Berlin university canteens cut meat from menus to curb climate change

Published: 08/31/2021 in BBC News - World

The new menus are designed to reduce the carbon footprint of universities in the German capital.

Britain’s economy is already seeing rapid change due to climate change

Published: 08/31/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Climate change could spark major shifts in British produce in the coming decades as the country attempts to avoid a "catastrophic" environmental fallout.

UK Police Warn Climate Protestors After Iconic Bridge Blocked

Published: 08/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Police in London on Monday warned activists from Extinction Rebellion they faced arrest after the environmental pressure group blockaded Tower Bridge, one of the capital's most recognisable landmarks,...

Climate change is radicalizing young people — here's what that means and how to combat despair

Published: 08/30/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Sarah Ray, a professor of environmental studies at Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif., explains what she's seen.

UK Says Queen Elizabeth Will Attend COP26 Climate Conference

Published: 08/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's Queen Elizabeth will attend the COP26 climate change conference which is due to be hosted in Glasgow later this year, organisers said on Friday.

Madagascar on the brink of climate change-induced famine

Published: 08/24/2021 in BBC News - World

The country is on the brink of experiencing the world's first "climate change famine", the UN says.

Could this solar farm be a climate change solution?

Published: 08/24/2021 in BBC News - World

UN experts say rapid innovative solutions are needed to end our dependency on fossil fuels. Could this new project provide an answer?

Climate change: Europe's extreme rains made more likely by humans

Published: 08/23/2021 in BBC News - World

Heavy rainfall that led to deadly floods in Germany and Belgium was influenced by human induced warming.

Climate Change Activists Target City Of London's Guildhall

Published: 08/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change activists climbed the outside of the headquarters of the City of London's government on Sunday as they began two weeks of protests focused on the capital's financial district.

Activist Greta Thunberg Drops Boycott Of Glasgow Climate Meeting

Published: 08/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg said on Friday she hoped to go to the COP26 climate summit in November, months after threatening to skip the event because of unfair vaccine rollouts.

World Leaders Out Of Excuses On Climate Change, Youth Activists Say

Published: 08/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's children cannot afford more empty promises at this year's UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), youth activists including Greta Thunberg said, after a U.N. report found virtually no child...

Climate change: Does Germany produce double the UK's carbon emissions?

Published: 08/13/2021 in BBC News - World

MP John Redwood claims that, on carbon emissions, Germany "puts out twice as much as we do". Is he right?

Bill Gates Offers $1.5 Billion In Climate Help To US Government

Published: 08/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Thursday said his climate fund would pour $1.5 billion into projects with the United States if the government enacts a program to cut carbon emissions currently...

Climate change is making people think twice about having children

Published: 08/12/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A growing number of people are reluctant to bring a child into a world that's set to be ravaged by climate change in the coming decades.

Senate passes framework of $3.5 trillion budget plan that would expand Medicare, climate initiatives

Published: 08/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Democrats moved ahead with the $3.5 trillion in spending on social programs and climate initiatives, which they aim to pass without Republicans.

UN climate report is our 'final wake-up call,' say environmental experts

Published: 08/10/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A damning new U.N. report warning of certain devastation from climate change has been dubbed humanity's "final wake-up call" by environmental experts.

Wildfires: How are they linked to climate change?

Published: 08/10/2021 in BBC News - World

A series of major wildfires across the world has hit the headlines - how do they compare to previous years?

UN climate change report heralds “unprecedented” disasters

Published: 08/10/2021 in MercoPress

 “This report must put an end to coal and fossil fuels before they destroy our planet,” UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said A new study released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) foresee the planet's temperature would reach +1.5 şC compŕred to pre-industrial levels by the year 2030, which is ten years earlier than forecast in 2018.

Australia Rejects Climate Targets Despite Damning UN Report

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's conservative prime minister rejected growing calls Tuesday to adopt more ambitious emissions targets, insisting the country was doing enough to tackle climate change.

Climate change: At-risk nations fear extinction after IPCC report

Published: 08/09/2021 in BBC News - World

The most vulnerable developing countries plead for action after a stark warning from a UN panel.

Climate change: Five things we have learned from the IPCC report

Published: 08/09/2021 in BBC News - World

What are the key takeaways from the IPCC new study on the science of climate change?

US Says Cannot Delay "Ambitious" Action To Protect Climate

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Humanity can no longer delay "ambitious" climate action, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday after the release of a landmark UN report warning of growing climate change peril.

Thunberg calls out climate impact of fashion brands in Vogue interview

Published: 08/09/2021 in BBC News - World

Many companies are only pretending to care about the climate, the activist tells Vogue Scandinavia.

"Death Knell For Fossil Fuels": UN Chief After Damning Climate Report

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A bombshell climate science report "must sound a death knell" for coal, oil and gas, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday, warning that fossil fuels were destroying the...

Once-In-50-Year Heat Waves Now Happening Every Decade: UN Climate Report

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a...

Landmark U.N. report delivers stark warning on climate change, says it's 'code red for humanity'

Published: 08/09/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The report provides world leaders with a gold standard summation of modern climate science ahead of U.N. climate talks, known as COP26, in early November.

Climate change: IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'

Published: 08/09/2021 in BBC News - World

Heating from humans has caused irreparable damage to the Earth that may get worse in coming decades.

UN Climate Change Panel's Damning Report: "Code Red For Humanity"

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The UN's Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change, of which India is one of the 195 members, has released its sixth assessment report today.

UN To Unveil Landmark Climate Change Report Today

Published: 08/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

As heart-stopping images of fires and floods dominate news cycles worldwide, the UN's climate science panel will unveil on Monday its much-anticipated projections for temperature and sea-level rises...

Climate change: UN to reveal landmark IPCC report findings

Published: 08/08/2021 in BBC News - World

The report will be a "massive wake-up call" to governments to cut emissions, environmental experts say.

Why China's climate policy matters to us all

Published: 08/08/2021 in BBC News - World

The global battle against climate change is likely to be won or lost in China.

"Last Chance...": Indian-Origin UK Climate Chief Warns Ahead Of Summit

Published: 08/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Alok Sharma is the President-designate of the United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP26 in Glasgow in November.

Upcoming UN Report "Starkest Warning Yet", Climate Summit Chief Warns

Published: 08/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

An upcoming UN report on climate change gives the international community its clearest ever warning about the dangers of accelerating climate change, Britain's COP26 President Alok Sharma said on...

Climate change: Low-income countries 'can't keep up' with impacts

Published: 08/07/2021 in BBC News - World

Officials warn that the severity of natural disasters is outpacing efforts to prevent their damage.

Climate change: New report will highlight 'stark reality' of warming

Published: 08/06/2021 in BBC News - World

The IPCC's short scientific summary due out on Monday will be strongest statement yet on climate change.

'Mega-Drought' In Andes From Climate Change Leaves Some Peaks Snowless

Published: 08/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Andes Mountain range, which draws skiers to South America, is facing historically low snowfall this year during a decade-long drought that scientists link to global warming.

Britain Launches 5 Million Pound Climate Resilience Research

Published: 08/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain has launched a 5 million pound ($7 million) research programme to help better prepare for risks posed by climate change such as heatwaves and floods, the government said on Friday.

COP26: What is the UN climate conference in Glasgow and why is it so important?

Published: 08/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The annual climate change summit is being held in Glasgow - who's going and what's at stake?

Climate Change: Half US cars to be zero-emission by 2030 - Biden

Published: 08/05/2021 in BBC News - World

Cars produce nearly a third of US carbon emissions and sales of electric vehicles lag behind Europe.

Dead zones, a ‘horseman’ of climate change, could suffocate crabs in the West, scientists say

Published: 07/30/2021 in National

Hypoxia, the emergence of swaths of low-oxygen zones in marine waters, has surfaced every summer in Oregon since it was first recorded in 2002. Climate change, researchers say, is exacerbating its effect.

Climate Past Provides "Early Warning" For Today's Tipping Points: Study

Published: 07/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Abrupt disruptions to Earth's climate thousands of years ago that caused extreme sea-level rise and mass ice cap melting can serve as an early warning system for today's planetary tipping points,...

SEC Chair Gensler says investors want mandatory disclosure on climate risks

Published: 07/28/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Gary Gensler, chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, wants the agency to develop a climate-disclosure rule this year.

Meteorologists meet to prepare report for the UN Glasgow climate change negotiations summit

Published: 07/28/2021 in MercoPress

WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas said that the forthcoming report was critical to the outcome of UN climate change negotiations in Glasgow The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC, opened its meeting on Monday to approve its next report on the physical science basis of climate change, the first part of the Sixth Assessment Report.

Raisins, victim of the chaotic climate conditions

Published: 07/27/2021 in MercoPress

Excessive rainfall has exposed the dried grapes to fungi and other diseases Chaotic climate conditions are having an impact on agriculture worldwide and in Chile the most recent victim of instability are raisins. Last January when grapes are expected to mature and develop a high content of sugar, torrential rains hit Chile's wines, and the excess of water harmed a high percentage of the harvest.

Why Is the Weather So Weird? Its Climate Change

Published: 07/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Heatwaves in the U.S. and floods in western Europe have dominated the news cycle recently, forcing us to re-examine the relationship between climate change and extreme weather. Other catastrophes are...

Climate Science Report "Critical For Success" Of COP26: UN

Published: 07/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Nearly 200 nations started online negotiations Monday to validate a UN science report that will anchor autumn summits charged with preventing climate catastrophe on a planetary scale.

Action on climate change can provide a shot in the arm for the global economy, economist says

Published: 07/26/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The fatal floods in Germany in recent weeks have put the impacts of climate change firmly in the spotlight again.

Climate change: Israel to cut 85% of emissions by mid-century

Published: 07/25/2021 in BBC News - World

PM Naftali Bennett says the decision will help the country gradually shift to a low-carbon economy.

Buildings are a bigger contributor to climate change than cars — these start-ups are trying to help

Published: 07/24/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

If we're going to solve climate change, we need to rapidly decarbonize buildings. Here are the companies working to get buildings off of fossil fuels for good.

"Phenomenal Heat" And Other Climate Mysteries Are Puzzling Scientists

Published: 07/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

What worries one of the world's leading climate scientists the most?

Angela Merkel Demands Faster Climate Action As German Flood Deaths Rise

Published: 07/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed the need to "speed up" the fight against climate change, as the death count from devastating floods in Germany reached 177 on Thursday.

Climate change: US pushes China to make faster carbon cuts

Published: 07/20/2021 in BBC News - World

US climate envoy John Kerry says help from China is needed to avoid a dangerous rise in heat.

Climate Change Sees Swiss Alps Add Over 1,000 Lakes: Study

Published: 07/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change has dramatically altered the Swiss Alp landscape -- at a quicker pace than expected -- as melting glaciers have created more than 1,000 new lakes across in the mountains, a study...

Moon "Wobble", Climate Change Seen As Driving Coastal Flooding In 2030s

Published: 07/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US coastlines will face increasing flooding in the mid-2030s thanks to a regular lunar cycle that will magnify rising sea levels caused by climate change, according to research led by NASA scientists.

Powell grilled by grouchy senators over inflation and climate change, even as economy rebounds

Published: 07/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

An economic rebound, rising wages and declining unemployment weren't enough to spare Fed Chairman Jerome Powell from gripes in the Senate.

Australia attacks sweeping EU climate plan to tax imports

Published: 07/15/2021 in BBC News - World

Australia, a fossil fuel exporting giant, says the EU’s plan to impose carbon trade fees is “protectionist”.

EU unveils sweeping climate change plan

Published: 07/14/2021 in BBC News - World

It proposes taxing jet fuel and effectively banning the sale of petrol cars within 20 years.

Vladimir Putin Says Russia, US Have "Common Interests" On Climate Change

Published: 07/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Russian President Vladimir Putin told visiting US climate envoy John Kerry in a call that Moscow and Washington have "common interests" on climate change, the Kremlin said Wednesday.

US, Russia Say Will Cooperate To Tackle Climate Change

Published: 07/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US and Russia said on Monday they would cooperate on climate change despite strained relations, during a visit to Moscow by US climate envoy John Kerry.

Europe's Climate Masterplan Aims To Slash Emissions Within A Decade

Published: 07/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Union is set to take the lead in climate policy action among the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters this week, with a raft of ambitious plans designed to cut emissions drastically...

Climate Change Made North American Heat Wave 150 Times More Likely: Study

Published: 07/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A record-breaking heat wave that hit the western United States and Canada at the end of June would have been "virtually impossible" without human-caused climate change, according to an analysis by a...

Climate change: The craft brewery using algae to cut emissions

Published: 07/05/2021 in BBC News - World

An Australian craft brewery is using microalgae to turn their carbon emissions into oxygen.

Canada, US Heat Wave "On Steroids" Due To Climate Change: Experts

Published: 06/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The western United States and Canada would likely have experienced a heat wave in the past week even without climate change.

UK Mandates Companies To Disclose Their Impact On Climate

Published: 06/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK government on Thursday will detail plans to safeguard the City of London's future under a post-Brexit agenda that requires companies to disclose their impact on the climate.

Need 1 Billion Tonnes CO2 Removal By 2025 To Meet Climate Goal: Report

Published: 06/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Projects in development will remove only a fraction of the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air that needs extracting by 2025 to meet the global Paris climate target and avert catastrophic...

Climate change: Courts set for rise in compensation cases

Published: 06/28/2021 in BBC News - World

As links between climate change and extreme weather events increase, experts predict more lawsuits.

Climate change: Why action still ignites debate in Australia

Published: 06/27/2021 in BBC News - World

Climate change has ended political careers in Australia and action over it remains widely debated.

Big Oil's rise in climate lawsuits draws parallels to Big Tobacco

Published: 06/25/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Analysts believe a rising tide of climate litigation cases against heavy emitting businesses is merely scratching the surface of what is to be expected.

UN Climate Draft Allows World To 'Face Reality': Activist Greta Thunberg

Published: 06/23/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A draft UN report on a warming planet unveiled by AFP will allow the world to "face the reality" of climate change, Swedish activist Greta Thunberg said on Wednesday.

Crushing Climate Impacts To Hit Sooner Than Feared: Draft UN Report

Published: 06/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change will fundamentally reshape life on Earth in the coming decades, even if humans can tame planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions, according to a landmark draft report from the UN's...

Hunger, Drought, Disease: UN Climate Report Reveals Dire Health Threats

Published: 06/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hunger, drought and disease will afflict tens of millions more people within decades, according to a draft UN assessment that lays bare the dire human health consequences of a warming planet.

Australia Deputy PM Loses Job In Government Climate Split

Published: 06/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A climate change revolt in Australia's governing coalition on Monday brought in a new deputy prime minister likely to challenge the country's already hesitant moves to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Nato and climate change: How big is the problem?

Published: 06/14/2021 in BBC News - World

Allied members have agreed to "significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from military activities".

Google, Facebook, Amazon and more urge SEC to mandate regular climate reports

Published: 06/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The tech industry has been vocal on climate issues in the past, even as employees have pressed the companies themselves to do better.

G7 summit: Leaders pledge climate action but disappoint activists

Published: 06/13/2021 in BBC News - World

The plan renews a promise to raise $100bn a year but environmentalists say it lacks detail.

G7 summit: How significant are group's climate pledges?

Published: 06/13/2021 in BBC News - World

G7 leaders make new pledges to combat climate change, but campaigners say they lack detail.

G7 nations agree to boost climate finance, details missing

Published: 06/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

G7 leaders agreed to raise their contributions to meet an overdue spending pledge of $100 billion a year to help poorer countries cut carbon emissions.

G7 leaders face biggest climate change decisions in history - David Attenborough

Published: 06/12/2021 in BBC News - World

Sir David warns world leaders that humans may be "on the verge of destabilising the entire planet".

G7 Leaders Take On China, Covid And Climate

Published: 06/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

G7 leaders on Saturday confronted China and the threat of future pandemics as the elite club of wealthy nations advertised a newfound Western unity at its first physical summit since 2019.

Powell says climate change is not a main factor in the Fed's policy decisions

Published: 06/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The head of the U.S. central bank said taking on issues related to global warming is more for the government than for the Federal Reserve.

Euro 2020: What is the climate cost of tournament staged in 11 countries?

Published: 06/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Euro 2020 is a unique tournament, staged across 11 countries, but experts say it will have a significant climate impact at a time when emissions must be cut dramatically.

Belarus: A climate of fear for opposition activists

Published: 05/31/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC has been speaking to some of those whose lives have been changed forever by the protests.

Companies should pay more for pollution, says UN special envoy on climate action Mark Carney

Published: 05/30/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Companies should be paying more for the pollution they cause, says Mark Carney, the United Nations special envoy on climate action and finance.

Farmers beware: Climate activist Greta Thunberg targets food production and consumption

Published: 05/27/2021 in MercoPress

“Our relationship with nature is broken. But relationships can change,” Ms Thunberg said in the video Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has set her sights on changing how the world produces and consumes food in order to counteract: carbon emissions, disease outbreaks, and animal suffering.

Why a 'crushing' day for Big Oil represents a watershed moment in the climate battle

Published: 05/27/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

It shows the growing pressure on oil and gas companies to set short, medium and long-term targets that are consistent with the Paris Agreement.

Engine No. 1 wins at least 2 Exxon board seats as activist pushes for climate strategy change

Published: 05/26/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

An activist firm that's been targeting Exxon for months won at least two board seats at the company's annual shareholder meeting.

Global heating: Study shows impact of 'climate racism' in US

Published: 05/25/2021 in BBC News - World

Black people in the US are subject to double the level of heat stress in cities than whites.

'War' footing needed to correct economists' miscalculations on climate change, says professor

Published: 05/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Economic forecasts predicting the potential impact of climate change grossly underestimate the reality and have delayed global recovery efforts by decades, a leading professor has said.

Off-the-grid homes are coming to your neighborhood, as climate change creates suburban survivalists

Published: 05/21/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Increasingly extreme weather from climate change is now a year-round phenomenon. This has homebuilders reconsidering how they design and power new homes.

School Strike 4 Climate: Thousands join Australia protest

Published: 05/20/2021 in BBC News - World

Thousands of students attend rallies across the country to demand more action on climate change.

Biden orders federal strategy to curb climate change risk to economy

Published: 05/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The federal government will develop and publish an assessment of its climate change risk exposure to help guide the president's budget projections.

Climate change: EU official backs German Greens on curbing flights

Published: 05/20/2021 in BBC News - World

The Greens' leader - a strong candidate for chancellor - wants to ban short-haul flights.

Singapore faces twin challenges from climate change, says minister

Published: 05/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Singapore, a small Southeast Asian city-state, has been working for years to preserve its coastline from sea level rise and other environmental damage.

Indonesia: Climate change destroying world's oldest animal painting

Published: 05/19/2021 in BBC News - World

Higher temperatures have accelerated build-up of salts, which causes the art to flake off the walls.

Beta becomes latest electric vertical aircraft unicorn with Amazon's Climate Fund, Fidelity backing

Published: 05/18/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

"These are top tier investors," Beta founder and CEO Kyle Clark told CNBC, adding he envisions a future where Beta EVAs are used for Amazon Prime delivery.

John Kerry: US climate envoy criticised for optimism on clean tech

Published: 05/16/2021 in BBC News - World

John Kerry told the BBC technologies that don't yet exist will play a huge role in stabilising the climate.

Experts warn extreme weather could cause 'climate trauma' pandemic

Published: 05/14/2021 in BBC News - World

Mitzi says she has "climate trauma" because of the typhoons that have repeatedly flooded her home.

UK Still Planning In-Person COP26 Climate Summit

Published: 05/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain still plans to hold an in-person COP26 international climate summit in the Scottish city of Glasgow in November despite the ongoing pandemic, the event's president said in a keynote speech...

Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin over climate concerns, says Musk

Published: 05/12/2021 in BBC News - World

The initial decision made by Tesla in March to accept bitcoin caused an outcry from environmentalists.

Tesla's Musk Reverses Course On Taking Bitcoin, Citing Climate Concerns

Published: 05/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Tesla Inc has suspended the use of bitcoin to purchase its vehicles because of climate concerns, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said in a tweet on Wednesday.

Millions At Risk As Cities Fail To Adapt To Climate Change: Report

Published: 05/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of cities have no climate adaptation plans in place despite rising threats like floods, heatwaves and pollution, according to a report Wednesday that said this could put 400 million people at...

Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight'

Published: 05/06/2021 in BBC News - World

Reducing methane emissions needs to play a much more important role in tackling global warming.

The world needs to dramatically cut methane emissions to avoid worst of climate change, UN says

Published: 05/06/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The world could slash human-caused methane emissions by up to 45% this decade, according to the U.N.'s Global Methane Assessment.

Biden business allies are helping the White House coax the private sector into backing climate agenda

Published: 05/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Several business leaders who are working with Biden's White House said the effort is a major divergence from what they saw during the Trump administration.

Carbon: How calls for climate justice are shaking the world

Published: 05/02/2021 in BBC News - World

Young activists are breathing new life into the long-running debate over how to cut carbon fairly.

German climate change law violates rights, court rules

Published: 04/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Germany's highest court says the current law puts the burden of curbing CO2 emissions on the young.

Brazil cuts environment budget despite climate summit pledge

Published: 04/24/2021 in BBC News - World

At a climate summit, President Bolsonaro had promised to boost spending and tackle deforestation.

'This is our generation's moonshot,' Energy Secretary Granholm says of fighting climate change

Published: 04/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm emphasized the economic opportunity of the energy transition during the second day of President Biden's climate summit.

Climate expert calls on China and Japan to end financing of coal plants in poorer nations

Published: 04/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Rachel Kyte, who served as a special representative of the U.N. secretary-general, says "coal has no place in the race to net-zero" carbon emissions by 2050. 

Biden's climate summit starts on Mother Earth's Day

Published: 04/23/2021 in MercoPress

“This is the decade in which we must make decisions that will avoid the worst consequences of the climate crisis,” Biden said. US President Joseph Biden Thursday pledged to reduce his country's greenhouse gas emissions by at least half by 2030 during the opening speech of a virtual Climate Summit he convened featuring several world leaders and which is regarded as a preliminary encounter leading up to the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow this coming November.

Australia resists calls for tougher climate targets

Published: 04/22/2021 in BBC News - World

The country remains out of step with other major nations by refusing to commit to deeper emissions cuts.

How Long Will You Ignore Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg To Politicians

Published: 04/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg assailed powerful politicians on Thursday for "ignoring" climate change, as she demanded an end to fossil fuel subsidies and implored the current generation of...

Climate crisis poses existential threat to U.S. national security, Defense secretary says

Published: 04/22/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Austin also said the nation's 18 intelligence agencies are slated to produce a report focused on the security implications of climate change.

Here’s what countries pledged on climate change at Biden’s global summit

Published: 04/22/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The pledges by U.S. allies and adversaries at the global climate summit come shortly after Biden vowed to reduce U.S. emissions by at least 50% by 2030.

Greta Thunberg warns US lawmakers over climate change

Published: 04/22/2021 in BBC News - World

Climate activist Greta Thunberg urges US lawmakers to end fossil fuel subsidies, or face catastrophe.

Biden urges action to tackle 'existential crisis' at virtual climate summit

Published: 04/22/2021 in BBC News - World

US President Joe Biden is urging world leaders to help tackle climate change, calling it an "existential crisis".

Climate change: Biden summit to push for 'immediate' action

Published: 04/21/2021 in BBC News - World

Forty world leaders will be urged to increase their carbon-cutting actions at US virtual summit.

Climate Basics: Your carbon footprint explained

Published: 04/21/2021 in BBC News - World

BBC Reality Check's Chris Morris explains how changing three aspects of how you live can make the biggest dent to your carbon footprint.

Yellen outlines bold climate agenda calling for net-zero emissions by 2035

Published: 04/21/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Yellen cited the importance of the public and private sectors working together to cut emissions and move the world towards a greener future.

Climate change: EU to cut CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030

Published: 04/21/2021 in BBC News - World

The EU's climate-change goals of becoming climate neutral by 2050 will become legally binding.

How climate change could be a risk to your savings

Published: 04/21/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

There are two main ways in how climate change is a problem from a financial point of view and both could cause you financial losses.

China's Xi Jinping To Attend Online Joe Biden Climate Summit

Published: 04/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China's President Xi Jinping will attend US President Joe Biden's virtual climate summit this week, Beijing said Wednesday, as the world's top polluting nations seek rare common ground despite wider...

China's Xi Jinping to speak at a U.S.-led climate summit on Thursday

Published: 04/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Chinese President Xi Jinping has accepted U.S. President Joe Biden's invitation to attend a climate summit this week, state media reported Wednesday.

Climate change: Carbon 'surge' expected in post-Covid energy boom

Published: 04/20/2021 in BBC News - World

This year should see the second-biggest-ever rise in CO2 emissions as economies rebound from Covid.

US Vows To Lead On Climate, Press All Nations To Reduce Coal Use

Published: 04/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States will press all nations to reduce reliance on coal, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday, in an implicit challenge to China as he vowed greater US leadership.

Vladimir Putin To Speak At Biden's Online Climate Summit On April 22

Published: 04/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Russian President Vladimir Putin will on April 22 address an international climate summit hosted by the United States, the Kremlin said Monday, despite a sharp deterioration in ties between Moscow and...

US, China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency

Published: 04/18/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

China is the world's biggest carbon emitter, followed by the United States.

China and US pledge climate change commitment

Published: 04/17/2021 in BBC News - World

The US and China announced actions to tackle climate change following meetings in Shanghai last week.

These teenage climate activists are pushing for change in Australia

Published: 04/17/2021 in BBC News - World

These teenage climate activists are pushing for change in Australia.

Japan Prime Minister Biden's First Guest With Push On 5G, Climate, China

Published: 04/16/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan's prime minister began the first summit of Joe Biden's presidency Friday with the allies expected to signal progress on 5G technology and climate change amid a concerted US push to compete with...

JPMorgan pledges $2.5 trillion over the next decade toward climate change

Published: 04/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

JPMorgan will invest trillions over the next decade in long-term solutions tackling climate action and social equality.

Xi Jinping To Join French-German Virtual Climate Summit: Report

Published: 04/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend a climate change leaders summit video conference on April 16 with France and Germany, said China's foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, according to a...

US Envoy John Kerry Starts Climate Talks In China

Published: 04/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US climate envoy John Kerry met with his Chinese counterparts in Shanghai on Thursday, in the first visit to China by an official from a Biden administration seeking to re-establish America's...

Torres Strait 8: Australian Islanders in landmark climate fight

Published: 04/14/2021 in BBC News - World

The group claim Australia has breached their human rights by failing to act on climate change.

Tech billionaires are obsessed with climate change — but are they focusing on the right areas?

Published: 04/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Climate change is high on the agenda for Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates but some are questioning if they're focusing their efforts on the right areas.

NZ to launch world-first climate change rules

Published: 04/13/2021 in BBC News - World

New Zealand is bringing in a law to force its financial firms to report on climate-related risks.

US seeks China climate agreements ahead of Biden summit

Published: 04/13/2021 in BBC News - World

US envoy John Kerry will hold talks in Shanghai ahead of a climate summit hosted by President Biden.

World's wealthiest 'at heart of climate problem'

Published: 04/12/2021 in BBC News - World

The so-called “polluter elite” must change their lifestyles to tackle climate change, a report says.

After setting ambitious climate goals, a liberal Md. suburb struggles to take action

Published: 04/12/2021 in National

Activists say Montgomery County is far from being on track to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 2027

Greta Thunberg To Skip COP26 Climate Summit Over Unfair Vaccine Rollouts

Published: 04/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg said today she plans to skip the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow this November, saying the uneven rollout of Covid-19 vaccine campaigns would mean countries...

John Kerry says Biden's ambitious climate plan is 'not a counter to China'

Published: 04/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

China accounts for around 30% of the world's CO2 emissions, more than twice that of the U.S., but it's spending more on clean energy development.

John Kerry Vows "Strong" US Climate Action At Paris Meet

Published: 03/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States will soon make ambitious new commitments to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, US climate envoy John Kerry said today.

Uganda climate change: The people under threat from a melting glacier

Published: 03/29/2021 in BBC News - World

A glacier in western Uganda is disappearing, endangering the traditions of those who live nearby.

Sen. Toomey accuses the Fed of overstepping on climate change and other social issues

Published: 03/29/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., expressed concern about the central bank's foray into social issues such as climate change, race and health insurance.

Here's how Biden's infrastructure package will likely tackle climate change

Published: 03/29/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden's infrastructure plan will likely include record spending on mitigating climate change and accelerating a clean energy transition.

Saudi Arabia Unveils Campaign To Tackle Climate Change

Published: 03/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Top crude exporter Saudi Arabia on Saturday unveiled a sweeping campaign to tackle climate change and reduce carbon emissions, including a plan to plant billions of trees in the coming decades.

Biden invites Alberto Fernández to virtual Summit on Climate Change

Published: 03/27/2021 in MercoPress

The Democrat Biden wants to hear “other voices.” United States President Joseph Biden has invited his Argentine colleague Alberto Fernández to take part in a virtual summit on climate change to take place between April 22 (Earth Day) and 23, it was announced.

Scientists Warn Of Deadly Heat Waves In India, In Spite Of Climate Goals

Published: 03/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Potentially deadly heat waves will likely become more commonplace in South Asian countries, including India, in the coming decades even if global warming is limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius, according...

Biden Invites 40 World Leaders Including PM Modi To Global Climate Summit

Published: 03/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden has invited 40 world leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to the Leaders' Summit on Climate to underscore the urgency and the economic benefits of stronger climate...

Biden Invites Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping To Virtual Climate Summit

Published: 03/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden has invited his counterparts Xi Jinping of China and Vladimir Putin of Russia to a virtual climate summit he is hosting on April 22 and 23, a State Department official told AFP...

Why my ancestral home could be lost to climate change

Published: 03/25/2021 in BBC News - World

As Bangladesh turns 50, a UK-Bangladeshi reflects on how climate change affects his parent's country.

Fed sets up panels to examine risks that climate change poses to the financial system

Published: 03/23/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Federal Reserve has taken another step forward in efforts to ensure that the financial system is protected against climate risks.

White House officials to meet with energy industry execs ahead of climate, infrastructure plan, sources say

Published: 03/22/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The attendees are expected to include the top executives of BP, Chevron, Exxon and BHP, among others.

Bill Gates says he'll fly a lot less and eat more synthetic meat to fight climate change

Published: 03/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

While Gates said he doesn't always eat fake meat, he does sometimes.

Coronavirus, Economy, Climate Change: White House On Quad Summit Agenda

Published: 03/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The first QUAD summit, involving leaders from Australia, India, Japan and the United States, will discuss a variety of global issues ranging from COVID-19 challenge, economic crisis and climate...

Obama says climate change agreement could be turning point for the world

Published: 03/08/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

After nearly 200 countries agreed to a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions, President Obama praised the deal Saturday in remarks from the White House.

Could lab-grown meat help tackle climate change?

Published: 03/07/2021 in BBC News - World

Last year Singapore approved the sale of 'chicken' grown in a lab. What is it exactly - and could it be better for the planet?

Space-Starved Singapore Builds Floating Solar Farms In Climate Fight

Published: 03/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of panels glinting in the sun stretch into the sea off Singapore, part of the land-scarce city-state's push to build floating solar farms to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

CO2 Emission Cuts Must Increase Tenfold To Fight Climate Change: Study

Published: 03/04/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Sixty-four countries reduced their fossil carbon-dioxide emissions during the period between 2016 and 2019, but the rate of global reduction needs to increase tenfold to meet the Paris Agreement goals...

Climate change: Will China take a 'great leap' to a greener economy?

Published: 03/04/2021 in BBC News - World

A new five-year plan may signal a switch from fossil fuels, but economic worries could limit change.

The oil industry is getting greener much more quickly as U.S. focus shifts to climate change

Published: 03/03/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The greening of the American oil industry has gone into overdrive.

An evangelical scientist on reconciling her religion and the realities of climate change

Published: 03/02/2021 in National

Katharine Hayhoe says using our voices to call for action can help change social norms.

Climate change is putting monarch butterfly migration at risk

Published: 02/27/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The director general of WWF-Mexico urged governments and scientists to work on addressing the issue.

Atlantic Ocean circulation weakens, sparking climate worries

Published: 02/26/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

New study finds evidence of an unprecedented slowdown in North Atlantic Ocean circulation, likely to due to human-caused climate change.

Atlantic Ocean circulation weakens, sparking climate worries

Published: 02/25/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

New study finds evidence of an unprecedented slowdown in North Atlantic Ocean circulation, likely to due to human-caused climate change.

K-pop superstars Blackpink in climate change message

Published: 02/25/2021 in BBC News - World

K-pop superstars Blackpink have emerged as the latest force in the global fight against climate change.

Biden, Trudeau Vow To Counter China, Climate Change, In First "Meeting"

Published: 02/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought on Tuesday to turn the page on the Trump era, stressing the countries' deep ties and pledging to work together to counteract...

Climate change is not priced into markets but its effect could be substantial, experts say

Published: 02/24/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Climate change could lead to a significant rerating in some financial markets the moment that investors take its risks seriously, experts have told CNBC.

Indian-American Climate Expert Gets Key Post In US Agriculture Department

Published: 02/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Biden administration has appointed an Indian-American climate and energy expert, who spent three years deploying solar energy solutions in rural India, to a key position in the agriculture...

US Officially Back In Paris Accord, Vows Climate Action

Published: 02/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States on Friday officially returned to the Paris climate accord, with President Joe Biden vowing to make the fight against global warming a top priority.

What the U.S. is agreeing to as it rejoins the Paris climate accords

Published: 02/19/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The agreement's objective is to prevent the global average temperature from warming beyond a point of catastrophe.

A guide to degrowth: The movement prioritizing wellbeing in a bid to avoid climate cataclysm

Published: 02/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Scholars are backing an idea that pushes social and ecological wellbeing over a system that pursues relentless economic growth.

Texas Winter Storm Likely Due To Climate Change: White House

Published: 02/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The White House said on Thursday a severe winter storm engulfing Texas and nearby states was the type of extreme weather event that climate change is triggering, rejecting assertions by Texas...

What the U.S. is agreeing to as it rejoins the Paris climate accords

Published: 02/18/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The agreement's objective is to prevent the global average temperature from warming beyond a point of catastrophe.

Facebook will debunk myths about climate change, stepping further into 'arbiter of truth' role

Published: 02/18/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Facebook announced that it will now debunk common myths about climate change, further leaning into the arbiter of truth role that the company once renounced.

Climate change driving migration from Central America

Published: 02/17/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

"There is no employment, there is nothing," said a father of three from Honduras whose home was destroyed by hurricanes. "It hurts me to leave, but I believe I have to."

Protests after 22-year-old climate activist arrested in India

Published: 02/16/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

Disha Ravi, who heads up a local branch of climate activist Greta Thunberg's advocacy group, was detained for allegedly encouraging support for India's protesting farmers.

Kamala Harris, France's Emmanuel Macron Talk Covid, Climate Change

Published: 02/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Kamala Harris spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday to discuss topics including the pandemic and climate change, in a rare phone call between a US vice president and a foreign leader.

Solving Covid easy compared with climate - Bill Gates

Published: 02/14/2021 in BBC News - World

Solving global warming would be “the most amazing thing humanity has done”, says the billionaire.

Yellen reportedly looking to name climate 'czar' at Treasury

Published: 02/12/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Janet Yellen reportedly is eyeing Sarah Bloom Raskin, former deputy Treasury secretary during the Obama administration, to tackle the role.

U.S. lags in new climate ranking and is 'still struggling to move away from fossil fuels'

Published: 02/12/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Global effort to combat climate change faces a number of challenges.

Climate change "may have played a key role" in pandemic, study says

Published: 02/05/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The study looked at changes in the forests of Southeast Asia – "a global hotspot" for bat species.

Trillions of dollars are at stake in the climate war. How to invest around it

Published: 02/05/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Climate wars will define the next decades and as countries rush towards a greener future, trillions of dollars in investment is needed, according to Bank of America.

Climate Change May Have Had "Key Role" In Pandemic: Study

Published: 02/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change may have played a "key role" in the transmission of the novel coronavirus to humans by driving several species of pathogen-carrying bats into closer contact, research showed on Friday.

French court delivers a "historic victory for climate justice"

Published: 02/04/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

A court has found the French government guilty of failing to meet environmental commitments it made in a landmark deal named after France's own capital city.

Biden's climate change agenda will face big obstacles with evenly divided Senate

Published: 01/30/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

A razor-thin Democratic Senate majority limits the possibility for President Biden to achieve sweeping climate change reform to curb carbon emissions.

Biden administration focused on fighting against climate change

Published: 01/28/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

President Biden is planning to make climate a top priority for his administration. He launched a new government effort to fight global warming, signing a series of executive orders. Ed O'Keefe reports.

John Kerry: UK climate summit is world's 'last best chance'

Published: 01/27/2021 in BBC News - World

The new US climate envoy says time is running out for the world to address the climate crisis.

Biden: 'Time to act' on climate crisis

Published: 01/27/2021 in BBC News - World

President Joe Biden signs executive orders on climate change, saying the US has waited too long.

Biden suspends oil and gas leasing in slew of executive actions on climate change

Published: 01/27/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden's orders will halt oil and natural gas leases on public lands and waters in an effort to curb planet-warming carbon emissions.

Biden to sign major executive orders on climate change

Published: 01/27/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden's climate actions include establishing climate change as a national security priority and conserving at least 30% of federal land and oceans by 2030.

Climate change: Biggest global poll supports 'global emergency'

Published: 01/26/2021 in BBC News - World

More than a million people in 50 countries take part in the biggest poll to date on climate change.

US Rejoins Fight Against Climate Change At High Level Summit

Published: 01/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States will mark its return to the global fight against climate change on Monday by joining high level talks on ways to better protect people and economies from the effects of global...

Paris Says Biden, Emmanuel Macron In Agreement On Covid, Climate Change

Published: 01/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

French President Emmanuel Macron and new US President Joe Biden are in agreement on climate change and how to fight coronavirus, the Elysee palace said on Sunday.

Climate change will cause shift in tropical rain belt, study says

Published: 01/24/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

Southern India will likely experience increased flooding while southeastern Africa and Madagascar will suffer from worsening drought.

Biden Administration To Unveil Climate Change Policies, Says Adviser

Published: 01/23/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden's administration is poised to release within days the policies it believes are needed to tackle climate change, Gina McCarthy, the White House's national climate adviser, said...

Climate change will cause shift in tropical rain belt, study says

Published: 01/23/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

Southern India will likely experience increased flooding while southeastern Africa and Madagascar will suffer from worsening drought.

Joe Biden Signs Series Of Orders, Set To Rejoin Paris Climate Accord

Published: 01/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden signed a raft of executive orders to launch his administration Wednesday, including a decision to rejoin the Paris climate accord.

President Joe Biden rejoins the Paris climate accord in first move to tackle global warming

Published: 01/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order to rejoin the U.S. into the Paris climate agreement, his first major action on global warming.

How US President Joe Biden Plans To Fight Climate Change

Published: 01/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden has said he will return the United States to the Paris climate accord as soon as he takes office, and has vowed to block an oil pipeline project in a move that threatens to strain...

Biden to overturn Trump’s climate legacy on dozens of fronts

Published: 01/20/2021 in National

President-elect Joe Biden plans to sign a slew of executive orders Wednesday afternoon aimed at unwinding Donald Trump’s environmental legacy, from restoring boundaries to national monuments to rejoining the Paris climate accord to reviving the government's role in protecting the air, water and endangered species.

Biden to rejoin Paris climate agreement, revoke Trump 'Muslim ban' in first executive orders

Published: 01/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Biden will sign 17 executive orders on Wednesday aimed at combatting Covid-19 and rolling back some of Trump's directives.

OPEC chief pledges to deepen ties with new administration even as Biden calls for climate action

Published: 01/19/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

OPEC will continue to strengthen relations with the U.S. energy industry under Joe Biden's administration, its Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo told CNBC.

How Joe Biden Plans To Fight Climate Change

Published: 01/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Joe Biden has said he will return the United States to the Paris climate accord as soon as he takes office, and is also widely expected to block an oil pipeline project in a move that threatens to...

President-elect Biden to kill Keystone XL pipeline in fight on climate change

Published: 01/18/2021 in National

Biden is expected to soon reverse the efforts of the Trump administration and end a project proposed more than a decade ago.

Trump bank regulator's new rule incurs Wall Street and climate investor ire on his way out the door

Published: 01/14/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency finalizes a controversial rule about bank lending and financial services that a Wall Street strongly opposes.

Biden's focus on climate change could turn up the pressure on China's mega infrastructure program

Published: 01/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

China has promised a greater focus on cleaner projects under the Belt and Road Initiative — but it has little concrete results to show so far, said analysts.

Climate change: 2020 in a dead heat for world's warmest year

Published: 01/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Satellite data shows that 2020 and 2016 are essentially tied as the hottest years since records began.

Climate change: Alaskan wilderness opens up for oil exploration

Published: 01/06/2021 in BBC News - World

The Trump administration pushes ahead with first oil lease sales in an Arctic wildlife refuge.

Why 2021 could be turning point for tackling climate change

Published: 12/31/2020 in BBC News - World

This year could be a "make or break" moment in the fight against global warming.

2020 Weather Disasters Boosted By Climate Change: Report

Published: 12/27/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The ten costliest weather disasters worldwide this year saw insured damages worth $150 billion, topping the figure for 2019 and reflecting a long-term impact of global warming, according to a report...

Coronavirus: What has Covid done for climate crisis?

Published: 12/26/2020 in BBC News - World

Lockdowns around the world have led to record falls in CO2 emissions. But will this lead to long lasting change?

Trump's threat to veto $900 billion Covid relief bill puts major climate legislation at risk

Published: 12/24/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The environmental measures attached to the Covid-19 relief bill mark the first significant climate change legislation to pass in the U.S. in about a decade.

Sea-level rise from climate change could be worse than projected

Published: 12/23/2020 in World - CBSNews.com

Top scientists believe that the high-end estimates of sea-level rise are likely not high enough.

Congress sets sites on climate change in Covid relief bill

Published: 12/22/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Covid relief bill passed by Congress would cut use of a potent planet-warming chemical and funnel billions of dollars into clean energy.

Here are some investing options for 2021 — with climate change in mind

Published: 12/22/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

If you're like most Americans, you worry about global warming. One fairly simple way to make a difference is to be selective about the companies you invest in.

Biden has massive climate plans. Where will he find the money to fund them?

Published: 12/22/2020 in National

President-electt Biden said in his position platform that he would marshal $2 trillion over four years for climate related programs/activities. This story will look at where he might get that money. Most likely it will come from a combination of places: infrastructure, science and research, loan guarantees, and tax credits such as the 45Q carbon capture provision that has bipartisan support already. Other possibilities are things like cash for clunker programs to reward people who buy high fuel efficiency vehicles. There might be a cap-and-trade for utilities. And perhaps a cap-and-dividend program that would tax carbon and refund the tax in a way people would be rewarded for reducing carbon dioxide output.

Covid economic recovery plans are an opportunity to tackle climate change

Published: 12/22/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Global carbon dioxide emissions will rebound next year and continue to surge unless the worldwide recovery effort from Covid-19 prioritizes climate change.

Joe Biden says 'no time to waste' as climate team unveiled

Published: 12/19/2020 in BBC News - World

The US president-elect says the team will lead his "ambitious plan" to combat climate change.

Biden To Introduce Team Tasked With Ambitious Climate Agenda On Saturday

Published: 12/19/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

President-elect Joe Biden is scheduled to publicly introduce his climate and energy team on Saturday, a history-making group that will be tasked with advancing his ambitious climate policy and...

Climate change falls down the agenda at A.I. lab DeepMind after energy heads leave

Published: 12/17/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The DeepMind Energy unit has vanished and none of the company's staff mention it on their LinkedIn profiles.

Federal Reserve joins global group focused on fighting climate change

Published: 12/16/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The U.S. central bank said on Tuesday that it is has joined a global network focused partly on developing climate risk management for the financial sector.

Boris Johnson on climate change, mung-bean munching and creating jobs

Published: 12/12/2020 in BBC News - World

From mung-bean munching to being the Saudi Arabia of wind power generation, here's a summary of the UK PM's climate speech.

New artificial dam aims to save Venice from climate change-induced flooding

Published: 12/11/2020 in World - CBSNews.com

Venice is bracing itself for high tide and the potential for more flooding. But a newly-installed artificial dam system, years in the making, is getting one of its first major tests to see how well it can protect the historic city from climate change. Chris Livesay reports

Climate change: EU leaders set 55% target for CO2 emissions cut

Published: 12/11/2020 in BBC News - World

All-night talks lead to a goal of cutting CO2 emissions by 55% over the next decade.

Climate change: Covid drives record emissions drop in 2020

Published: 12/10/2020 in BBC News - World

The world has seen the biggest annual fall in CO2 emissions since World War Two, say researchers.

Climate change: Global 'elite' will need to slash high-carbon lifestyles

Published: 12/09/2020 in BBC News - World

The world's wealthiest will need to limit emissions if the world is to avoid dangerous warming.

India's Work On Industry Transition Shows Climate Goals Achievable: UN

Published: 12/06/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

India's leadership on solar and industry transition is the reason to believe the world can achieve its climate goals, a top UN official has said, asserting that as governments look to restart their...

'Our lives depend on climate change fight'

Published: 12/02/2020 in BBC News - World

Sir David Attenborough discusses the climate crisis with the UN Secretary-General António Guterres.

Climate change: 2020 set to be one of the three warmest years on record

Published: 12/02/2020 in BBC News - World

Provisional figures indicate that 2020 will be one of the hottest in a record dating back to 1850.

What Biden can do to "reverse the trajectory" on climate change

Published: 12/01/2020 in World - CBSNews.com

If President-elect Joe Biden has his way, the tide is about to turn on climate policy. But how much could he really do without Senate support?

Biden, UN Chief Discuss "Strengthened Partnership" On COVID-19, Climate

Published: 11/30/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden spoke with U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday, Biden's transition team said, discussing the need for a "strengthened partnership" to combat COVID-19...

Climate change: The woman watching the ice melt from under her feet

Published: 11/27/2020 in BBC News - World

For thousands of years Inupaiq people have relied on the land in Alaska but now climate change is threatening their entire way of life.

New Zealand To Declare Climate Emergency To Combat Global Warming

Published: 11/26/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's government is to declare a climate emergency in a symbolic step to increase pressure for action to combat global warming.

"Returning To Government To Get US Back On Track": Biden's Climate Envoy

Published: 11/23/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Former secretary of state John Kerry helped broker the landmark Paris Agreement and signed it on behalf of the United States, a decision subsequently reversed by President Donald Trump.

Biden cabinet: Inner circle get key posts as John Kerry named climate envoy

Published: 11/23/2020 in BBC News - World

The former secretary of state is among the names announced for key roles in the new US administration.

Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2

Published: 11/23/2020 in BBC News - World

Despite the global lockdowns, overall greenhouse gas concentrations have continued to rise.