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Society2 years ago
Three Americans create enough carbon emissions to kill one person: Study
The lifestyles of about three average Americans will create enough carbon emissions to kill one person, shows the first analysis to calculate the mortal cost of carbon emissions.
Three Americans create enough carbon emissions to kill one person: Study
Society3 years ago
Two-thirds of tropical rainforest destroyed or degraded globally: NGO
Humans have degraded or destroyed roughly two-thirds of the world’s original tropical rainforest cover, new data reveals.
Two-thirds of tropical rainforest destroyed or degraded globally: NGO
Politics3 years ago
US formally out of Paris climate pact amid election uncertainty
The United States formally exits the Paris climate accord, becoming the sole outlier in global efforts to slow down climate change.
US formally out of Paris climate pact amid election uncertainty
France4 years ago
French climate council urges referendum on making ‘ecocide’ a crime
A French council urges Macron to hold a referendum on making the destruction of nature a crime.
French climate council urges referendum on making ‘ecocide’ a crime
Society4 years ago
Don’t push ‘on’ button of irreversible change: Scientist
Johan Rockstrom, a top climate scientist, says the world must avoid pushing the 'on' button of irreversible change.
Don’t push ‘on’ button of irreversible change: Scientist
Society4 years ago
UN climate talks ‘a lost opportunity’: Guterres
A major climate summit wrapped up in Madrid with a compromise deal that left little to show, prompting UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to lament a "lost opportunity" to act.
UN climate talks ‘a lost opportunity’: Guterres
Society4 years ago
UN chief calls for hope over 'surrender' in climate summit
The world must choose hope over surrender in the fight against climate change, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says.
UN chief calls for hope over 'surrender' in climate summit
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