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Leaders to UN: If virus doesn't kill us, climate change will
In a year of cataclysm, some world leaders at this week's annual United Nations meeting are taking the long view, warning: If COVID-19 doesn't kill us, climate change will.
Thousands attend climate march in Montreal
A crowd of several thousand people came out to march against climate change in Montreal on Saturday, the majority of whom were wearing masks and respecting public health guidelines.
California wildfire trend 'driven by climate'
Climate change is driving the scale and impact of recent wildfires that have raged in California, say scientists.
Seeking deeper emissions cuts, UN and Britain plan December climate summit
The United Nations and Britain will host an online climate summit in December, the fifth anniversary of the UN Paris Agreement, in a last-ditch bid to have countries meet a deadline to upgrade their emissions-cutting pledges.
The tipping points at the heart of climate crisis
The warning signs are flashing red. The California wildfires were surely made worse by the impacts of global heating. A study published in July warned that the Arctic is undergoing “an abrupt climate change event” that will probably lead to dramatic changes. As if to underline the point, on September 14 it was reported that a huge ice shelf in northeast Greenland had torn itself apart, worn away by warm waters lapping in from beneath.
Climate campaigners condemn 'joy flights' for travelers who miss flying
Environmental campaigners have condemned the rise of scenic “joy flights” aimed at passengers “missing the excitement of travel”.
Why are citizens' assemblies on climate change necessary?
The first UK Climate Assembly published its final report recently, providing suggestions on how the government can reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Arctic is burning like never before and that’s bad news for climate change
Wildfires blazed along the Arctic Circle this summer, incinerating tundra, blanketing Siberian cities in smoke and capping the second extraordinary fire season in a row. By the time the fire season waned at the end of last month, the blazes had emitted a record 244 megatons of carbon dioxide — that’s 35 percent more than last year, which also set records.
Climate action is Europe's 'roadmap' out of COVID-19 crisis, top official says
The European Union will redouble efforts to meet its green goals to help mitigate the economic havoc wrought by COVID-19, its top climate official said, rejecting any notion that the pandemic had made ambitious climate action unaffordable.
Climate change in the Sahara linked to a megadrought in Asia
Around 11,000 years ago, the Sahara desert was a heavily vegetated landscape covered with grasslands, trees, rivers, and lakes. Extreme environmental changes transitioned the Sahara back into a dry desert about 5,000 years ago.
Southeast Asia faces more severe effects of climate change than rest of the world:  Research
Southeast Asia potentially will face more severe consequences of climate change than other parts of the world, according to the business and economic research arm of consulting firm McKinsey.
How climate change could expose new epidemics
Long-dormant viruses brought back to life; the resurgence of deadly and disfiguring smallpox; a dengue or zika "season" in Europe.
Climate policies could radically alter global economy: Economist
The chief economist at the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has said increasing focus on climate change mitigation policy across the globe could profoundly change world manufacturing systems - presenting a golden opportunity to the Australian economy.
Study reveals human health impacts of climate change
In a new study from Rutgers University in New Jersey, US, Neurology Professor Xue Ming described how climate change is disrupting the delicate balance of nature, and what this means for human health.

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