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Global warming to hit India the worst in Asia by 2070

Global warming to hit India the worst in Asia by 2070 Over 9 billion across the world likely to be exposed to annual average temperatures experienced only in the hottest deserts For over 6,000 years, humans restricted their settlements to a climate niche or se...

Fall foliage was disrupted by climate change. It might be the new normal.

Fall foliage was disrupted by climate change. It might be the new normal. Throughout the eastern U.S., fall colors arrived behind schedule, which scientists say is a sign of things to come Fall is a special time of year in the forests along the eastern seaboar...

Newspapers Diminish Youth Climate Change Activists, Help Adults Avoid Action

Newspapers Diminish Youth Climate Change Activists, Help Adults Avoid Action Existential psychology offers a framework for understanding how anxiety and guilt about climate change play out in public narratives. In a new article published in Child and Adolescen...

Newspapers Diminish Youth Climate Change Activists, Help Adults Avoid Action

Newspapers Diminish Youth Climate Change Activists, Help Adults Avoid Action Existential psychology offers a framework for understanding how anxiety and guilt about climate change play out in public narratives. In a new article published in Child and Adolescen...

5 Climate Change Messages From the African Continent

5 Climate Change Messages From the African Continent Africa is set to suffer the most from climate change. Here are five key messages from the continent. By Nicholas Westcott, Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS, Univ...

Climate change is bad for your health. And plans to boost economies may make it worse

Climate change is bad for your health. And plans to boost economies may make it worse It may seem obvious: Heat kills. Wildfires burn. Flooding drowns. But the sprawling health effects of a rapidly warming world can also be subtle. Heat sparks violence and dis...

The ocean is essential to tackling climate change. So why has it been neglected in global climate talks?

The ocean is essential to tackling climate change. So why has it been neglected in global climate talks? Climate change is commonly discussed as though it’s a uniquely atmospheric phenomena. But the crisis is deeply entwined with the ocean, and this has ...

The Plague Is More Likely Now Thanks to Climate Change

The Plague Is More Likely Now Thanks to Climate Change A new study examines how rising temperatures in the western U.S. have influenced plague outbreaks. Yes, that plague. The risk of the plague spilling over from humans to animals in the western U.S. has incr...

This is what the world looks like if we pass the crucial 1.5-degree climate threshold

This is what the world looks like if we pass the crucial 1.5-degree climate threshold There’s one number heard more than any other from the podiums at the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland: 1.5 degrees Celsius. That’s the global cl...

The link between climate change and terrorism

The link between climate change and terrorism The terrorist group Boko Haram has taken advantage of drought-related crop failures in Nigeria. In many countries, droughts, floods, and other extreme weather can put people in desperate situations. And that can cr...

Climate Change Is Best Countered by Economic Freedom

Climate Change Is Best Countered by Economic Freedom Kudos to Greta Thunberg. The teenaged activist neatly summed up COP 26, the U.N.’s recently concluded conference on climate change, calling it “a failure” that amounted to nothing more than “a P.R. e...

Models show how global climate change will affect marine crustaceans in the future

Models show how global climate change will affect marine crustaceans in the future Senckenberg scientists from Frankfurt and Müncheberg, together with a US-American colleague, have modeled the future distribution patterns of marine crustaceans for the years 2...

How climate change is disproportionately affecting girls in low-income countries

How climate change is disproportionately affecting girls in low-income countries More extreme weather is taking girls out of school, forcing them into earlier marriages and increasing their exposure to violence GLASGOW — As Malawi’s minister of education l...

Earth has 11 years to cut emissions to avoid dire climate scenarios, a report says

Earth has 11 years to cut emissions to avoid dire climate scenarios, a report says The current rate of greenhouse gas pollution is so high that Earth has about 11 years to rein in emissions if countries want to avoid the worst damage from climate change in the...

Climate change conspiracies are spreading rapidly during UN’s COP26 event

Climate change conspiracies are spreading rapidly during UN’s COP26 event Conspiracy theories that promote climate-change skepticism and denial spread rapidly across the internet ahead of the United Nation’s ongoing COP26 Climate Change summit in G...

The 10 Weirdest Ways Climate Change Is Screwing With Our World

The 10 Weirdest Ways Climate Change Is Screwing With Our World Floods, wildfires, sea level rise, and more are all clear-cut examples of the climate crisis. But there are other impacts, including ones you might never expect. Strange ones. Real headscratchers. ...

Ocean’s climate change ‘buffer’ role under threat

Ocean’s climate change ‘buffer’ role under threat Researchers studying the ocean at depths of up to 6km have found that climate change has a “worrying” effect on its ability to lock away carbon. The latest discovery comes from the...

This is what the world looks like if we pass the crucial 1.5-degree climate threshold

This is what the world looks like if we pass the crucial 1.5-degree climate threshold There’s one number heard more than any other from the podiums at the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland: 1.5 degrees Celsius. That’s the global cl...

Humanity needs to ditch coal to save itself. It also needs to keep the lights on.

Humanity needs to ditch coal to save itself. It also needs to keep the lights on. (CNN)On a quiet Sunday morning, an ear-splitting roar reverberated across the English village of Eggborough as four giant concrete cooling towers imploded and crashed to the grou...

The Cost of Climate Change: Home matters

The Cost of Climate Change: Home matters As the COP26 summit continues, CNET focuses on ways that climate change is impacting homeowners and prospective buyers. As climate change increases the frequency and severity of storms and our weather patterns change, h...

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