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143
>"On 8 October, loud and unusual applause reverberated around the chamber of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. A battle fought for decades by environmental activists and rights’ defenders, had finally borne fruit. |"
>"On 8 October, loud and unusual applause reverberated around the chamber of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. A battle fought for decades by environmental activists and rights’ defenders, had finally borne fruit. |"
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132
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132
>"Climate change is a threat to everyone, but some groups—socially and economically disadvantaged ones—face the greatest risks."
>"Climate change is a threat to everyone, but some groups—socially and economically disadvantaged ones—face the greatest risks."
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482
0
482
>"This year’s COP26 climate conference is the most important since 2015 and the Paris Agreement. Here’s what you need to know"
>"This year’s COP26 climate conference is the most important since 2015 and the Paris Agreement. Here’s what you need to know"
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122
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122
>"For the second straight year, the world heads into a new La Nina weather event. This would tend to dry out parts of an already parched and fiery American West and boost an already _...Read More_
>"For the second straight year, the world heads into a new La Nina weather event. This would tend to dry out parts of an already parched and fiery American West and boost an already _...Read More_
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594
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594
>"October 13, is the UN’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction. This year, there have already been more disasters than we can count. Moreover, they _...Read More_
>"October 13, is the UN’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction. This year, there have already been more disasters than we can count. Moreover, they _...Read More_
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247
>"Minimum Viable Planet is a weeklyish newsletter about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad. This week, we look into sharing the _...Read More_
>"Minimum Viable Planet is a weeklyish newsletter about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad. This week, we look into sharing the _...Read More_
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20.9
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20.9
>"Stanford Earth scientists discuss climate-smart agriculture. A bill under debate in Congress would pave the way to verifying and paying for farms’ carbon _...Read More_
>"Stanford Earth scientists discuss climate-smart agriculture. A bill under debate in Congress would pave the way to verifying and paying for farms’ carbon _...Read More_
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Britain’s biggest source of greenhouse gas is the eco power station Drax, burning wood pellets that have been classified as “renewable” but emit more carbon dioxide than coal. The corrupt leading the blind.
Britain’s biggest source of greenhouse gas is the eco power station Drax, burning wood pellets that have been classified as “renewable” but emit more carbon dioxide than coal. The corrupt leading the blind.
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>"Nature Climate Change talks to Felipe C. Mandarino, city information coordinator within the Rio de Janeiro city government, Brazil, about building cooperation, facing data and _...Read More_
>"Nature Climate Change talks to Felipe C. Mandarino, city information coordinator within the Rio de Janeiro city government, Brazil, about building cooperation, facing data and _...Read More_
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467
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>"South Africa needs R3.7-trillion worth of investments in climate-smart infrastructure, but it could pay off to the tune of 110,000 jobs and R10-trillion in other benefits, according to a new report by the World Bank."
>"South Africa needs R3.7-trillion worth of investments in climate-smart infrastructure, but it could pay off to the tune of 110,000 jobs and R10-trillion in other benefits, according to a new report by the World Bank."
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235
>"We know that climate change is caused by human activity, but pinning down exactly who is responsible is trickier than it might seem."
>"We know that climate change is caused by human activity, but pinning down exactly who is responsible is trickier than it might seem."
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57.8
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57.8
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78.3
0
78.3
>"Kelp forests in the coastal ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest capture carbon and create biodiverse habitats for many species."
>"Kelp forests in the coastal ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest capture carbon and create biodiverse habitats for many species."
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16.4K
67
16.4K
>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."
>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."