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03.05.2022 - Extreme heat kills at least 25 in India's Maharashtra state
India's western state of Maharashtra has registered 25 deaths from heat stroke since late March, the highest toll in the past five years, with more fatalities likely elsewhere in a country sweltering in temperatures over 40 degrees Celsius.
02.05.2022 - 'Surprise' urban Malaysia floods drive pleas for climate action
The damaged furniture and mud-caked walls left by floodwaters have now been replaced or cleaned in Elizabeth Chong's family home, but lost forever are old photos and documents that gave a precious glimpse into her ancestors' lives.
01.05.2022 - Germany to support Russian oil embargo: sources
EU leaders are expected to present the proposed embargo later this week. Supporting the measure would be Germany's second turnaround in as many weeks with regards to Ukraine.
26.04.2022 - Louisiana ag head plugs carbon capture as climate change fix
Rising global temperatures could damage crop production, but farmers also need domestic oil and gas production to increase, Louisiana’s agriculture commissioner says.
23.04.2022 - Climate progress remains elusive for Biden on Earth Day
With a backdrop of flowering trees, it was a setting fit for the signing of major environmental legislation. Even Seattle’s notorious clouds parted as President Joe Biden stepped up to speak Friday.
23.04.2022 - Twitter bans ads that contradict science on climate change
Twitter says it will no longer allow advertisers on its site who deny the scientific consensus on climate change, echoing a policy already in place at Google.
22.04.2022 - EXPLAINER: Can climate change be solved by pricing carbon?
As climate change bakes the planet, dozens of nations and many local governments are putting a price tag on greenhouse gas emissions that are increasing flooding, droughts and other costly catastrophes.
22.04.2022 - New Jersey spending $21M on projects to fight climate change
New Jersey is spending $21 million on projects to help fight climate change, including purchasing electric trucks for some municipalities and handing out grants for projects to restore salt marshes, sea grass beds, forests and other areas.
21.04.2022 - African cities can do more to protect children from climate change
Six in 10 people will be living in cities by 2030. This is concerning. Cities are responsible for over 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Yet cities can also do a lot to mitigate climate change and help people adapt to its impacts. Cities can use renewable energy sources, promote greener transport, and get industries to cut pollution and adopt cleaner production techniques. Also, they can form or use existing networks and partnerships to strengthen these efforts.
21.04.2022 - Climate may not directly drive conflict but it's critical for building peace
Climate change isn't a direct driver of conflict. Most scientists agree on this and it's reflected in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group II Report. There isn't a straight line between climate-related risks and conflict-related outcomes.
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