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British insurer sets out net zero 2040 climate strategy
British insurer Aviva plans to become a net zero carbon emissions company by 2040, it said on Monday, claiming this was the most demanding target set by any major insurer worldwide.
Existing emissions pledges barely scratch climate targets, UN tally finds
Pledges made so far under the 2015 Paris accord would deliver less than a 1% reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 — a fraction of the 45% cut needed to avert catastrophic climate change, according to a UN report.
Iran: Unilateral sanctions undermining climate change control
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi referred to the US’ illegal and anti-human sanctions as one of the main obstacles impeding efforts to counter climate change.
Scientists close in on spot to drill Antarctic ice core 1.5m years old
Antarctic scientists are close to finalizing a drilling location deep in the frozen continent’s interior that could reveal a continuous record of the Earth’s climate going back 1.5 million years.
ASEAN cities threatened by climate change
The World Bank estimates the global population to reach 8.5 billion by 2030 with two-thirds of this number living in cities. From that, an estimated 90 million people will move to cities in the Southeast Asian region.
Biden's climate change orders fast and furious, but lasting change will be harder
US President Joe Biden made quick work signing a slew of sweeping executive orders targeting climate change that ranged from freezing federal oil and gas leasing to eliminating the fossil fuel industry’s lucrative subsidies.
Climate data to aid drought resilience in Australia
Farmers in Australia will be given access to specialized climate data to help build their drought resilience under a new federal government initiative.
Biden administration to unveil more climate policies
US President Joe Biden’s administration this week will release more policies it believes are needed to tackle climate change and is urging China to toughen one of its targets on greenhouse gas emissions, his top climate advisers said on Saturday.
Small farmers 'need more climate aid to ward off famines': UN
Climate aid to millions of small farmers around the world must "substantially increase" to ward off hunger and instability, a United Nations body warned Saturday.
Carbon capture vital to meeting climate goals, scientists tell green critics
Engineers and geologists have strongly criticized green groups who last week claimed that carbon capture and storage (CCS) schemes — for reducing fossil fuel emissions — are costly mistakes.
Warming Arctic at the frontier of climate insight and risk, experts say
The environmental transformation happening in the Arctic is key to understanding the potential global impacts of climate change, an Alaska Native leader and a polar explorer told the Reuters Next conference on Monday.
Activating ‘tipping points’ in society could accelerate climate action
Activating positive “tipping points” in human society could bring about faster action on the climate crisis, new research argues.
Climate change disrupting Arctic ecosystem as parts of sea aren’t freezing
The tiny zooplankton at the center of the Arctic food web are being forced to end their winter ocean hibernation early in areas where the sea ice is melting – throwing the entire local ecosystem into disarray, a team of scientists has found.
French study finds 5G increases risk to climate
France’s rollout of 5G technology could cause a large increase in carbon emissions, a report published by the Haut Conseil pour le Climat (HCC) has found.

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