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Global COVID-19 death toll surpasses three million amid new infections resurgence
Coronavirus-related deaths worldwide crossed three million on Tuesday, according to a Reuters tally, as the latest global resurgence of COVID-19 infections is challenging vaccination efforts across the globe.
IEA says global CO2 emissions rising again after nearly 6% fall last year
Global carbon dioxide emissions dropped by 5.8% in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic slowed economic activity, but they rebounded at the end of the year and are on course to rise further, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.
2020 Global Food Security Index shows overall decline in food security
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released on Tuesday the ninth annual Global Food Security Index (GFSI) sponsored by Corteva, which measures the underlying drivers of food security in 113 countries, based on the factors of affordability, availability, quality and safety, and natural resources and resilience.
Global green recovery plans fail to match 2008 stimulus, report shows
Efforts by governments around the world to forge a green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic are so far failing even to reach the levels of green spending seen in the stimulus that followed the 2008 financial crisis, new analysis has shown.
The global food trade has been upended by a container crisis
Food is piling up in all the wrong places, thanks to carriers hauling empty shipping containers.
Global economic recovery remains precarious, rebound of 4.7% to barely offset 2020 losses
The United Nations warned that the devastating socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for years to come unless smart investments in economic, societal and climate resilience ensure a robust and sustainable recovery of the global economy.
Helping poorest tackle climate crisis will boost global growth, says IMF head
Helping the most vulnerable people to cope with the climate crisis can boost the global economy during the COVID crisis and governments should make this a priority, the head of the International Monetary Fund has said.
New green farming policy will actually increase global warming, experts warn
The UK’s government’s new green farming policy will actually increase global warming as Britain is forced to import meat with a bigger carbon footprint, experts have warned.
Global food industry on course to drive rapid habitat loss: Research
The global food system is on course to drive rapid and widespread ecological damage with almost 90% of land animals likely to lose some of their habitat by 2050, research has found.
Global heating could harm survival of loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings
Loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings emerging from warmer sands are less likely to survive their perilous first steps from the sand to the ocean, research has found.
Global CCS capacity grew by a third, but much more needed: Report
Global carbon capture and storage (CCS) capacity grew by a third in the past year, but it was far too slow to meet global climate targets, the Global CCS Institute said.
One percent of people cause half of global aviation emissions: Study
Frequent-flying “‘super emitters” who represent just 1% of the world’s population caused half of aviation’s carbon emissions in 2018, according to a study.
Chinese reforestation to cut global COS
Barely a day passes without the global anxiety of climate change rearing its ugly head. Manmade carbon emissions from fossil fuels are now so significant that scientists claim we have entered a new and vastly different geological time period, the anthropocene.

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