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Civil Society Organizations Unveil “Principles for a Fair JETP” Framework Ahead of G7 Summit

A coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) from South Africa, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Senegal has launched the 'Principles for a Fair Just Energy Transition Partnership…
Adrian AlexandreAdrian AlexandreJune 10, 2024 Read More
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Humanity must extract seven to nine billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere every year

By Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) Seven to nine billion tonnes of CO2 per year must be sustainably removed from…
SourceSourceJune 7, 2024 Read More
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Yes, carbon capture and storage is controversial – but it’s going to be crucial

By Tianyi Ma, RMIT University Renewable energy sources such as wind and solar are vital tools to help us make cuts to the 36 billion tonnes of…
SourceSourceJune 7, 2024 Read More
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Rate of global warming caused by humans at an all-time high

By University of Leeds Global warming caused by humans is advancing at 0.26°C per decade – the highest rate since records began, according to new…
SourceSourceJune 6, 2024 Read More
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Climate Change Will Make Air Pollution Worse. Here’s How.

By Matt Shipman | North Carolina State University A new study finds climate change is likely to make upward spikes of ozone at ground level…
SourceSourceJune 6, 2024 Read More
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UN chief urges fossil fuel ad ban as heat records pile up

By Amelie BOTTOLLIER-DEPOIS, with Nina LARSON in Geneva and Linda GIVETASH in Paris New York, United States (AFP) - Humans are as dangerous to Earth…
SourceSourceJune 5, 2024 Read More
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Lingnan survey: Over 90% of respondents express their willingness to support low-carbon restaurants, but few wish to change their eating habits

By Lingnan University (LU), Hong Kong To mitigate global warming, the Hong Kong Government is striving to achieve carbon neutrality before 2050. A relatively concentrated…
SourceSourceMay 31, 2024 Read More
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Local bright spot among melting glaciers: 2000 km of Antarctic ice-covered coastline has been stable for 85 years

By University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science A whaler's forgotten aerial photos from 1937 have given researchers at the University of Copenhagen the most detailed…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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Report card shows Great Barrier Reef still has major water pollution problem

By Australian Marine Conservation Society Australian and Queensland govts have made little progress in cutting Reef water pollution in two years, will miss 2025 pollution…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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First use of weather forecasts to show human impact on extreme weather is ‘transformational’, Oxford scientists say

By University of Oxford National forecasting centres like the Met Office could apply the same tools used for weather forecasting to quantify how human behaviour…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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Health risk from global warming predictor of city climate action during COVID-19

By Hayley Dunning | Imperial College London Cities around the world were more likely to maintain climate action and enact ‘green recovery’ long-term plans after…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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Why Malaysia has a stake in preserving Antarctica

By Wan Mohd Rauhan Wan Hussin, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu in Kuala Terengganu The global sea level rise due to the melting ice poses a serious…
SourceSourceMay 29, 2024 Read More