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29/05/2024
Protesting Indian farmers endure severe heat wave – video

Hundreds of Indian farmers who have been camping for over 100 days between the Punjab and Haryana states to demand better prices for their crops have been enduring a savage heat wave sweeping swathes of northern India.

Temperatures in Delhi, not far from the protest, have hit a record high of 49.9C (121.8F), as authorities warned of water shortages in India’s capital

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29/05/2024
Revealed: the rural Californians who can’t sell their businesses – because LA is their landlord

Los Angeles has long owned large swathes of the Owens valley. An investigation reveals how the city has tightened its grip

This article is reported by AfroLA and co-published by AfroLA, Guardian US and the Mammoth Sheet. It’s the first of several stories examining the impact of Los Angeles’s extensive landownership in the Owens Valley.

A red horse statue perched on a 12ft pole greets drivers coming to the town of Bishop from the south. It’s one of the first landmarks here, part of Mike Allen’s corrugated metal feed store – a local institution that sells camping gear, livestock feed and moving equipment in this expansive region of inland California.

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29/05/2024
This Summer Could Be Even Hotter - The Atlantic
This Summer Could Be Even Hotter  The Atlantic


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29/05/2024
Rich nations met $100 bn climate finance goal two years late: OECD - Yahoo News UK
29/05/2024
Climate Change, Global Warming, And Influence On Increasing Air Turbulence - VOI English
29/05/2024
Climate change and geohazards - Nature.com
Climate change and geohazards  Nature.com


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29/05/2024
Why billionaire Tom Steyer argues capitalism is the best tool to fight climate change - Salon
29/05/2024
Report points out the role of global warming - MSN
29/05/2024
What will the EU elections mean for climate action?
The EU has billed its climate policies as trailblazing. But experts say a rightward shift after European citizens go to the polls in June could see the bloc backpedal on its green ambitions.


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29/05/2024
‘It’s all melting’: Venezuela is on a verge of total glacier collapse due to global warming - Business Today
29/05/2024
Navigating Climate Catastrophe: Part 2 – The Response - resilience - Resilience
29/05/2024
Scholars Strategy Network: The global climate crisis and the presidential election - Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel
29/05/2024
Climate change costs the world 12% of GDP for every 1°C of warming - sonnenseite.com
29/05/2024
Animals most likely to benefit from climate change - The Week
29/05/2024
Join FISU in tackling climate change - FISU
29/05/2024
Wealthy white men are UK’s biggest transport polluters, study finds

IPPR research examines transport emissions by income, gender, location, ethnicity and age

Wealthy white men from rural areas are the UK’s biggest emitters of climate-heating gases from transport, according to a study.

Research by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) looked at transport emissions by income, gender, location, ethnicity and age. The study broke down the transport emissions into international and domestic flights, private road transport and public transport.

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29/05/2024
New report reveals climate change causing more extreme heat in Illinois - NBC Chicago
29/05/2024
Climate compass: Navigating mediation challenges in a warming world - World - ReliefWeb
29/05/2024
Global warming increases allergy risks - Chinadaily.com.cn - China Daily
29/05/2024
Bad Stuff From Global Warming Is On the Way, We Can Smell It - RealClearMarkets
29/05/2024
On Climate Change, Centrism Means A Slow Death – OpEd - Eurasia Review
29/05/2024
Climate Change Increases Crop Water Demand in San Joaquin Valley, Exacerbating Shortage on Groundwater Supplies - UCLA Samueli School of Engineering Newsroom
28/05/2024
Opinion | Climate change threat is more than a storm in Vietnam's coffee cup - South China Morning Post
28/05/2024
Investigating changes in extreme high-temperature warning indicators over China under different global warming levels - Phys.org
28/05/2024
Water Quality Report: Climate change, doom and gloom, and a reality check - news.wgcu.org
28/05/2024
How to Fix Carbon Offsets - The New York Times
How to Fix Carbon Offsets  The New York Times


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28/05/2024
Asian forests show resilience despite rising disturbances from climate change and human activities - Phys.org
28/05/2024
Venezuela has lost all glaciers - Axios
Venezuela has lost all glaciers  Axios


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28/05/2024
Health risks from global warming can help drive city climate action, study finds - Phys.org
28/05/2024
How climate change impacts the ocean | IFAW - International Fund for Animal Welfare
How climate change impacts the ocean | IFAW  International Fund for Animal Welfare


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28/05/2024
Zombie fires in the Arctic smoulder underground and refuse to die – what's causing them? - The Conversation Indonesia
28/05/2024
This City Is Tapping a Climate Cash Bonanza While It Can - The New York Times
28/05/2024
Uniformly elevated future heat stress in China driven by spatially heterogeneous water vapor changes - Nature.com
28/05/2024
The rise in disease from global warming calls for better protection for frontline workers | Opinion - PennLive
28/05/2024
Electric Vehicle Tariffs Put Geopolitics Before Climate Change - Foreign Policy
28/05/2024
Global sales of polluting SUVs hit record high in 2023, data shows

Half of all new cars are now SUVs, making them a major cause of the intensifying climate crisis, say experts

Sales of SUVs hit a new record in 2023, making up half of all new cars sold globally, data has revealed. Experts warned that the rising sales of the large, heavy vehicles is pushing up the carbon emissions that drive global heating.

The analysis, by the International Energy Agency, found that the rising emissions from SUVs in 2023 made up 20% of the global increase in CO2, making the vehicles a major cause of the intensifying climate crisis. If SUVs were a country, the IEA said, they would be the world’s fifth-largest emitter of CO2, ahead of the national emissions of both Japan and Germany.

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28/05/2024
'The choice could not be more stark': How Trump and Biden compare on climate change » Yale Climate Connections - Yale Climate Connections
28/05/2024
Pollution Paradox: How Cleaning Up Smog Drives Ocean Warming - Yale Environment 360
28/05/2024
What climate change? As South Florida sizzles, DeSantis chooses denial with new law - West Hawaii Today
28/05/2024
Majority of US voters support climate litigation against big oil, poll shows

And almost half of respondents back the filing of criminal charges against oil companies that have contributed to the climate crisis

As US communities take big oil to court for allegedly deceiving the public about the climate crisis, polling shared with the Guardian shows that a majority of voters support the litigation, while almost half would back an even more aggressive legal strategy of filing criminal charges.

The poll, which comes as the world’s first-ever criminal climate lawsuit was brought in France last week, could shed light on how, if filed, similar US cases might be viewed by a jury.

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28/05/2024
Images of Climate Change That Cannot Be Missed - The New Yorker
Images of Climate Change That Cannot Be Missed  The New Yorker


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28/05/2024
Carbon Offsets, a Much-Criticized Climate Tool, Get Federal Guidelines - The New York Times
28/05/2024
Be a better tourist! 28 ways to have a fantastic holiday – without infuriating the locals

From badly behaved travellers to horrendous carbon emissions, summer holidays aren’t always an unmitigated good. Here is how to travel responsibly and still have a great time

Tourism is almost back to pre-pandemic levels – which is good news and bad news. However much holiday destinations rely on them, no one wants badly behaved tourists blocking views, partying wildly in the streets or pricing local people out of their own cities. Overtourism, carbon emissions, nature depletion and plastic pollution are all huge concerns. But that doesn’t mean you have to cancel your holiday. Here are 28 ways to be a better tourist this summer.

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28/05/2024
Submerged homes and heatwaves fuel Mexico climate angst - Al Jazeera English
28/05/2024
Climate Change Added a Month's Worth of Extra-Hot Days in Past Year - The New York Times
28/05/2024
How disruption from Houthi attacks in the Red Sea is driving up shipping emissions - Reuters
28/05/2024
Navigating Climate Catastrophe: Part 1 – The Predicament - resilience - Resilience
28/05/2024
Managing physical climate-related risks in loan portfolios - UNEP Finance Initiative
Managing physical climate-related risks in loan portfolios  UNEP Finance Initiative


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28/05/2024
Climate change and the escalation of global extreme heat - Climate Central
28/05/2024
No Tory MPs voted positively on climate issues since party took power, study finds

Labour and Liberal Democrats dominated list of MPs who were rated as very good in backing environmental policies

No elected Tory MPs have been rated as voting positively on climate issues, under a survey of parliamentary voting patterns since the Conservatives took power in 2010.

Only a single sitting Conservative was rated as “good” on climate votes in the ranking, but that was Lisa Cameron, the MP for East Kilbride, who defected from the Scottish National Party in October.

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28/05/2024
Where the wild things are: the untapped potential of our gardens, parks and balconies

Gardens could be part of the solution to the climate and biodiversity crisis. But what are we doing? Disappearing them beneath plastic and paving

In my 20s I lived in Manchester, on the sixth floor of a block of council flats just off the A57, or Mancunian (Mancy) Way. A short walk from Manchester Piccadilly station and the city centre, it was grey, noisy and built up. I loved every piece of it – my first stab at adulthood, at living on my own. I painted my bedroom silver and slept on a mattress on the floor, and I grew sweetcorn, tomatoes and courgettes in pots on the balcony. (I was 24 – of course I grew sweetcorn on the balcony.)

I worked and played in the bars and clubs of Manchester’s gay village, and I would walk home in the early hours, keys poking through my clenched fist to protect me from would-be attackers, and I would see hedgehogs.

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27/05/2024
Opinion | The Stench of Climate Change Denial - The New York Times
Opinion | The Stench of Climate Change Denial  The New York Times


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27/05/2024
After Planting Millions of Trees, New Zealand Reviews Controversial Climate Fix - Bloomberg
27/05/2024
Polar warning: Warming temperatures mean more than melted ice - Mongabay.com
27/05/2024
On Australia’s climate and extinction crises, the major parties both have questions to answer | Present Tense

The Coalition has no climate policy. But Labor’s positions are undermined by its confused stance on gas and the delay of new environmental laws

Federal parliament is back for the next fortnight and I have a wishlist. Not for things that will happen – let’s not get ahead of ourselves – but for questions that could be addressed if the country is to treat the climate and extinction crises as seriously as our leaders claim they do.

There is no shortage of discussion about nuclear energy due to the Coalition’s much-hyped but yet-to-appear plan to overturn a national ban and bring it to Australia. The issue won plenty of attention after a CSIRO-led assessment that it would be far, far more expensive than wind and solar backed by energy storage and new transmission lines.

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27/05/2024
Hobbyist archaeologists identify thousands of ancient sites in England

Exclusive: Bronze age remains and Roman roads among 12,802 sites discovered using latest technology

Bronze age burial mounds, Roman roads and deserted medieval villages are among almost 13,000 previously-unknown ancient sites and monuments that have been discovered by members of the public in recent months, it will be announced this week.

Truck drivers and doctors are among more than 1,000 people who participated in Deep Time, a “citizen science project” which has harnessed the power of hobbyists to scour 512 sq km (200 sq miles) of Earth Observation data, including high-resolution satellite and lidar – laser technology – imagery.

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27/05/2024
Wedding without waste: how I got married without the usual 400lb of trash
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Among food, travel, decor and single-use items, parties can create an enormous amount of waste and weddings are among the most egregious offenders.

For Cindy Villaseñor, 33, that reality just didn’t sit right with her eco-conscious mindset. So when it came time to plan her own wedding, she and her partner agreed to do things differently.

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27/05/2024
Humanity’s survival is still within our grasp – just. But only if we take these radical steps | David King

Reduce emissions, build resilience, repair ecosystems, remove greenhouse gases: these are the four Rs that can save us

  • David King is chair of the global Climate Crisis Advisory Group

In 2008, the late American climate scientist Wally Broecker warned of the global repercussions of polar ice loss. Today, his predictions echo louder than ever as Greenland ice haemorrhages at an alarming rate, threatening rapid sea-level rise. Over the past 15 years, the Arctic Circle region has been heating up at four times the global average; it’s now more than 3C above levels in the 1980s. In 2023, we witnessed a staggering loss of Antarctic Sea ice.

Over the past year, land and ocean temperatures have soared, far beyond what was anticipated for an El Niño year. Global average temperatures have breached the 1.5C mark, indicating that climate transition has been unleashed. From record-breaking wildfires across continents to catastrophic floods threatening to submerge major cities, extreme climate events have become the new norm, causing massive loss of life and economic damage worldwide.

David King is the founder and chair of the global Climate Crisis Advisory Group

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27/05/2024
Is climate change behind all extreme weather events?
From Cyclone Remal battering Bangladesh and India to tornados ripping through the central US, extreme weather is striking across the planet. What's the cause?


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27/05/2024
World has ‘moral responsibility’ to help small island states survive climate crisis – UN agency chief

Vulnerable economies must be supported with finance and practical aid to find long term solutions, says Jorge Moreira da Silva of Unops

The world has a “moral responsibility” to support the fight for survival being faced by small island states, according to a leading UN agency chief.

Ahead of the fourth annual conference of small island developing states (Sids) being held in Antigua and Barbuda this week, Jorge Moreira da Silva, the executive director of the (Unops), called for recognition of the problems faced by what he called “some of the most vulnerable economies in the world” who contributed less than 1% to global carbon emissions.

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27/05/2024
Q&A: Should We Be Having Babies In a Warming World? - InsideClimate News
Q&A: Should We Be Having Babies In a Warming World?  InsideClimate News


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27/05/2024
Climate change is already affecting Mainers' health, doctors say - Press Herald
27/05/2024
Global Heat Action Day - Climate Central
Global Heat Action Day  Climate Central


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26/05/2024
Licence to probe: the liberating beauty of fiction after journalism | Michael Brissenden

Cut free from the constraints of reporting, a story can take its own shape, can lead you down rabbit holes you’d never expected

During my nearly 40 years as a journalist, the climate crisis has been a constant, creeping refrain – from the first greenhouse conference in the late 1980s and the first IPCC report in the early 90s. There was the Hawke governments’ plan to cut emissions by 20% below 1988 levels by 2005, and the subsequent walking back of that plan.

Then on through the decades of bitter political division and debate and policy failures; the proposal for an Emissions Trading Scheme under John Howard; Kevin Rudd’s “great moral challenge of our generation”; the ill-fated Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme, the Gillard ETS, the relentless campaign against it by Tony Abbott and the wasted decade of what’s become known as the “Climate Wars” that followed.

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25/05/2024
Just Stop Oil ‘alienates people’ from its cause, says Ed Miliband

Labour shadow energy security secretary agrees climate crisis is emergency but ‘massively questions’ activist group’s tactics

The climate activist group Just Stop Oil is “alienating people” from its cause, Ed Miliband said at the Hay festival.

Speaking at a Q&A at the event via a video call from his constituency in Doncaster, the shadow secretary of state for energy security and net zero responded to an audience member who said she had been driven to support Just Stop Oil because she felt “so let down by politicians”.

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25/05/2024
‘It’s honest beauty’: the net-zero homes paving the way for the future

As demand for sustainable housing grows, architects go back to basics to future-proof homes for a changing climate

“Energy efficient”, “carbon neutral” and “net zero” are buzzwords we hear more and more as we face the impact of climate change. But do we think about them enough in building?

Globally, a move towards sustainable housing is growing. In Europe, efforts to move to greener homes hope to combat rising energy costs and be better for the planet. But 40% of global carbon dioxide emissions still come from the real estate sector.

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25/05/2024
NASA Launches Small Climate Satellite to Study Earth's Poles - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA Launches Small Climate Satellite to Study Earth's Poles  NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory


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25/05/2024
Dangerous Texas Memorial Day heat made 5 times more likely by global warming - San Antonio Current
25/05/2024
At Least Two Countries Have Lost All Their Glaciers - Scientific American
At Least Two Countries Have Lost All Their Glaciers  Scientific American


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25/05/2024
The Maldives faces existential threat from a climate crisis it did little to create. We need the world’s help now | Mohamed Muizzu

Small islands like ours face an uncertain future. We can adapt – but climate finance that we badly need must be unlocked

  • Mohamed Muizzu is the president of the Maldives

For the Maldives, the existential threat of the climate crisis, particularly sea level rise, has been a reality we have grappled with for decades. In 1989, recognising the urgency of our situation, with our islands standing just one metre above sea level, we brought this issue to the global stage for the first time.

This early recognition of our vulnerability sparked a national transformation as we embarked on proactive climate resilience and adaptation measures. Thirty-five years later, has the rest of the world truly been listening? If you look at how the world’s reaction to the climate crisis is funded, the answer is clearly “no”.

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25/05/2024
Nearly 175 arrested as climate protesters target France’s TotalEnergies and key investor

Demonstrators gathered outside Paris meetings of energy giant and Amundi, with some forcing their way into fund manager’s tower block

The head of TotalEnergies has told shareholders that new oilfields have to be developed to meet global demand, as the annual meetings of the French energy giant and one of its biggest shareholders were picketed by climate activists.

Police said they detained 173 people among hundreds who gathered outside the Paris headquarters of Amundi, one of the world’s biggest investment managers and a major TotalEnergies shareholder.

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24/05/2024
The week around the world in 20 pictures

War in Gaza, the Russian offensive in Kharkiv, Rishi Sunak in the rain and Cate Blanchett in Cannes: the last seven days as captured by the world’s leading photojournalists

Warning: this gallery contains images that some readers may find distressing

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24/05/2024
Big Oil May Pay Billions for Climate Pollution under New Legislation - Scientific American
24/05/2024
Southern Africa worst hit by climate change - Voice of America - VOA News
Southern Africa worst hit by climate change  Voice of America - VOA News


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24/05/2024
How to store summer heat for the winter
It is possible to warm houses in winter using heat generated in summer. What storage technologies are available and how good are they? An overview of four methods.


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24/05/2024
Climate Change Is Taking a Toll on Mites and Springtails, a New Analysis Finds - The New York Times
23/05/2024
A Test of Cloud-Brightening Machines Poses No Health Risk, Officials Say - The New York Times
23/05/2024
Climate | European Environment Agency's home page - European Environment Agency
Climate | European Environment Agency's home page  European Environment Agency


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23/05/2024
By signing bill deleting climate change from FL law, DeSantis shows he's living in denial • Florida Phoenix - Florida Phoenix
23/05/2024
Explained: What causes a tornado?
A deadly tornado hit the US state of Iowa on Tuesday, killing at least five people. How does a tornado form and why is it so difficult to know when one's coming?


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22/05/2024
What is biodiversity and why does it matter?
A diverse array of interconnected living organisms is the foundation of healthy and resilient ecosystems that provide food, shelter and clean air. The loss of a single species can upset the balance.


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21/05/2024
'Historic' Advisory Opinion on Climate Change Says Countries Must Prevent Greenhouse Gases From Harming Oceans - InsideClimate News
21/05/2024
What is greenwashing?
Can you separate the green facts from eco-fiction? It's easy to be fooled by greenwashing. Here's why it is a growing environmental issue.


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20/05/2024
Pope Francis: "Climate change at this moment is a road to death" - CBS News
20/05/2024
Britain’s public parks are a green lifeline – stop fencing them off for the summer | Rebecca Tamás

These spaces are crucial for our wellbeing, but cash-strapped councils are being forced to treat them as revenue earners

My local green space, Brockwell Park in Brixton and Herne Hill, south London, is an oasis of calm in the busy city. Friends catch up in the walled garden, where wisteria trails over pillars and roses and bluebells explode from the earth. In the community garden, local people work together to grow vegetables and run sessions to connect nature-deprived children to the land.

In the centre of the sometimes crushing metropolis, this park means everything to me – it keeps me sane, and it gives me hope. But this green lifeline is, every summer, taken away, as I await the arrival of the park’s music festival season with dread. As huge metal walls go up, dividing us from the green, and HGVs begin flattening the grass and soil, I feel a genuine sense of horror. A large part of the park is cut off for weeks, and our community’s heart is pulled out as people stream into events whose expensive tickets most people living round here could never afford. And the same is happening in shared green spaces all over the UK.

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19/05/2024
Snakebite researcher steps on vipers 40,000 times
A Brazilian biologist has used a risky method to study snakes' biting habits by treading — gently — on them. But even his special boots didn't save him a dangerous nip from one specimen.


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14/05/2024
Animal crossing: How wildlife-safe highways stop roadkill
The global roadkill toll is so high that it's threatening whole species and warping the planet's ecology. Some countries are finding creative solutions to make roads and highways safer for animals.


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12/05/2024
Germany: Tesla protests end with arrests and dismantled camp
Police have filed criminal charges and detained protesters near Tesla's Brandenburg gigafactory. Protesters are waiting to see if the the US carmaker will be allowed to expand the site before taking action again.


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10/05/2024
Climate protesters in their 80s target Magna Carta
The copy of the historic document, kept at the British Library in London, was unscathed. The two protesters were from Just Stop Oil, which organizes similar acts of protest to raise environmental awareness.


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10/05/2024
Poland: Farmers protest against EU climate policies
Polish farmers have held a protest against the EU's Green Deal, which aims to make the bloc climate-neutral by 2050. Politicians from the former nationalist government also joined the demonstrators.


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09/05/2024
9 ways we know humans caused climate change - Environmental Defense Fund
9 ways we know humans caused climate change  Environmental Defense Fund


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07/05/2024
Can artificial glaciers help with water shortages?
As rising temperatures cause glaciers around the world to recede, some countries are bolstering water supply by making their own.


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03/05/2024
Climate change impacts, risks and adaptation | European Environment Agency's home page - European Environment Agency
02/05/2024
Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago - InsideClimate News
02/05/2024
Germany has already exceeded its annual ecological limits
If the whole planet consumed like the Germans, we would need three times as many resources. But does this overconsumption lead to happier lives?


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01/05/2024
Guest post: Ice-age analysis suggests worst-case global warming is less likely - Carbon Brief
30/04/2024
UK: 2 charged over felling of famous Sycamore Gap tree
British police charged two men with criminal damage after the tree was chopped down in September. The sycamore was more than 150 years old and one of Britain's most photographed trees.


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29/04/2024
Should the use of animals in sports be banned?
From dog races to bullfighting and circus shows — animals have historically been used in sports and for entertainment. But critical voices to curb or even ban their use are getting louder.


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27/04/2024
Can hydropower hold its own against weather extremes?
Recent droughts in Colombia and Ecuador have severely hampered energy supplied by hydropower. How viable is the low-carbon renewable in an increasingly hot and dry world?


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27/04/2024
Climate Leaders Debate Goal for Controlling Global Warming - Scientific American
26/04/2024
Climate phenomena: What are El Nino and La Nina?
Dangerous temperatures, intensified by El Nino, have forced authorities across Southeast Asia to issue heat warnings and close schools. Here's why El Nino and its sibling, La Nina, have such far-reaching weather impacts.


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25/04/2024
Germany's Autobahn — finally time for a speed limit?
The majority of Germans want a motorway speed limit, and environmental groups say it would help cut emissions. But are their arguments strong enough to convince those opposed to slower speeds on the Autobahn?


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25/04/2024
NIST Develops New Testing System for Carbon Capture in Fight Against Global Warming | NIST - NIST
24/04/2024
Shopping showdown — what's greener, plastic or paper?
Paper packaging is more environmentally friendly than plastic, right? But concealed within this deceptively simple choice are chemical contaminants, marketing tricks and greenwashing.


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23/04/2024
1.5°C: what it means and why it matters | United Nations - Welcome to the United Nations
1.5°C: what it means and why it matters | United Nations  Welcome to the United Nations


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18/04/2024
Ahead of Paris Olympics, outcry grows over water pollution
Worries about the water quality for Paris 2024 events in the River Seine follow other environmental sport scandals in western Europe. Can triathlon, marathon swimming and rowing continue in open waters?


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18/04/2024
Topic: Environment, climate change and security - NATO HQ
16/04/2024
What do Americans want to know about climate change? - Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
What do Americans want to know about climate change?  Yale Program on Climate Change Communication


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11/04/2024
Global warming is coming for your home - The Economist
Global warming is coming for your home  The Economist


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11/04/2024
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA - U.S. EPA.gov
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA  U.S. EPA.gov


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08/04/2024
Antarctic meteorites threatened by climate warming - Nature.com
08/04/2024
April 2024 Global Climate Report | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) - National Centers for Environmental Information
April 2024 Global Climate Report | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)  National Centers for Environmental Information


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08/04/2024
What share of global CO₂ emissions come from aviation? - Our World in Data
07/04/2024
Colder winters in Iowa actually prove that global warming is a reality • Iowa Capital Dispatch - Iowa Capital Dispatch
04/04/2024
Factcheck: Why the recent ‘acceleration’ in global warming is what scientists expect - Carbon Brief
26/03/2024
What is carbon capture and storage? | CCS explained - National Grid
25/03/2024
Climate change mitigation: reducing emissions | European Environment Agency's home page - European Environment Agency
22/03/2024
Ocean Warming | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
22/03/2024
Global Temperature | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
22/03/2024
Carbon Dioxide | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet - NASA Climate Change
21/03/2024
Is the Sun causing global warming? - Science@NASA
Is the Sun causing global warming?  Science@NASA


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