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#129916
2021-08-13

How scientists are preparing wheat for climate change

Above fields of wheat in northern Colorado, drones equipped with thermal imaging technology read the temperatures of swaying canopies. They’re looking for wheat plants that stay cooler than the rest — a serious advantage as the world gets warmer.

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#129917
2021-08-13

5 key warnings for Cayman from the UN’s climate change report

Described as a ‘code red’ for humanity, the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change spells out a stark warning over the future of the planet.

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#129918
2021-08-13

Paleoclimate Data Raises Alarm on Historic Nature of Climate Emergency

Searing statements in this week’s landmark Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report are particularly alarming, considering the characteristically cautious language of science. The first consensus of the document’s 234 authors: it is “unequivocal” that humanity’s burning of fossil ...

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#129919
2021-08-13

Coastal communities in east Cork living with effects of climate change

The 'Status of Ireland's Climate' report makes stark reading for the country's coastal communities. Published by the EPA, Met Éireann and the Marine Institute today, it highlights four major changes that have taken place in the country's oceans.

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#129926
2021-08-13

Summer of fire: blazes burn across Mediterranean with more extreme weather forecast

Hundreds of fires are burning across the Mediterranean, displacing thousands and causing irreparable damage as human-made climate change causes record-breaking summer heatwaves.

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#129934
2021-08-13

500 million measurements on the impact of climate change

It is the most comprehensive study of its kind to date. Researchers at the University of Bonn and the University of South-Eastern Norway have studied how two characteristic arctic-alpine plant species respond to global warming.

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#129937
2021-08-13

Climate-fueled wildfires take toll on tropical Pacific isles

A metal roof sits atop the burned remains of a homestead on the once-lush slopes of Hawaii's Mauna Kea—a dormant volcano and the state's tallest peak—charred cars and motorcycles strewn about as wind-whipped sand and ash blast the scorched landscape.

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#129941
2021-08-13

Africa: Climate Repair - Three Things We Must Do Now to Stabilise the Planet

"Nowhere is safe." As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned in a recent report that climate change and its consequences are here to stay, is there still an opportunity to mitigate some of the dangers and to get back to a place of relative safety for humanity?

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#129942
2021-08-13

Climate change may influence volcanic eruptions

Changes in sea level can influence volcanic eruptions, according to new research led by Oxford Brookes University. Climate change may influence volcanic eruptions

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#129948
2021-08-13

INSIGHT - If your coffee's going downhill, blame climate change

Coffee leader Brazil is turning to stronger and more bitter robusta beans, which are hardier in the heat than the delicate arabica, in a sign of how climate change is affecting global markets - and shaping our favourite flavours.

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#129886
2021-08-11

How Climate Change Is Affecting World Regions

The first release from the Sixth Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been making waves simply by summarizing the brutal realities of what we know about climate change.

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#129887
2021-08-11

Climate change: NASA tool showing threat of rising sea levels across the world could 'help save lives'

A new projection tool which could help "save lives and livelihoods" by showing the threat of rising sea levels anywhere in the world has been released by NASA.

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#129888
2021-08-11

Chile's record-breaking drought makes climate change 'very easy' to see

A punishing, decade-long drought in Chile has gone from bad to worse due to a scorching July, a month which typically brings midwinter weather showering the capital Santiago in rain and snow.

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#129889
2021-08-11

The 'tragedy of the commons' and why it is helping to scorch our planet

When it comes to 'common pool resources,' economics suggest everyone is in it for themselves. If it is hot on the upcoming Labour Day long weekend, you may decide there will be nothing better than a relaxing jaunt to the public beach.

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#129892
2021-08-11

Wildfires: How are they linked to climate change?

Parts of the western US have seen record-breaking temperatures this year, which - along with severe drought conditions - have triggered a series of major wildfires.

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#129894
2021-08-11

Once you understand the terrible cost of doing nothing, climate action is a bargain

Ruinous, eye-watering, crippling, stratospheric, massive. That’s the cost to the UK of beating the climate crisis, according to those who portray getting to net zero emissions as economic suicide that is being thrust on an unwilling population by posh eco-fundamentalists and zealots.

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#129895
2021-08-11

There is no ‘getting back to normal’ with climate breakdown

Academic papers often take time to leach out into public consciousness. One that did not filter through was a study from Anglia Ruskin University that analysed “nodes of persisting complexity”, in the face of “global decomplexification event”.

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#129914
2021-08-11

Why curbing methane emissions will help fight climate change

The headline of the latest pronouncement from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (ipcc) on the physical science of climate change is the finding that, even if the world cuts emissions by more than governments are promising, it is still “more likely than not” that Earth will be 1.5°C w ...

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#129852
2021-08-10

Tuesday briefing: ‘Worst of climate change is still avoidable’

“If ever there was going to be a wake-up call to the world when it comes to climate change, this report is it. But the future is not yet written. The very worst of climate change is still avoidable.”

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#129853
2021-08-10

Disaster-struck Turkey faces toll of climate change

From flash floods to forest fires, drought to "sea snot", Turkey is bearing the brunt of increasingly frequent disasters blamed on climate change, putting pressure on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to act.

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#129854
2021-08-10

The new IPCC climate change report is harrowing — but hopeful

If you have news alerts active on your phone, odds are you woke up Monday to grim tidings: The International Panel on Climate Change's latest report says the warming of our planet is "irreversible for centuries to millennia.

News Headlines
#129855
2021-08-10

IPCC report: Earth already feeling irreversible impacts of climate change

The evidence is unequivocal: Humans have warmed the planet, and every region on Earth is already affected by the climate crisis.

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#129858
2021-08-10

Hong Kong will see more super typhoons and extreme weather if climate change isn’t brought under control

Hong Kong will suffer typhoons more destructive than Mangkhut, droughts that wreak havoc on its supply of drinking water, and intense heatwaves if global warming exceeds 2 degrees Celsius by 2050.

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#129872
2021-08-10

Climate change 'double whammy' could kill off fish species

Many commonly-eaten fish could face extinction as warming oceans due to climate change increases pressure on their survival while also hampering their ability to adapt.

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#129876
2021-08-10

IPCC Report: Climate change is happening here and now

Climate researcher Sonia Seneviratne contributed to the latest assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). As she highlights here, the new report clearly demonstrates that we can't afford to lose any more time when it comes to climate change.

News Headlines
#129877
2021-08-10

Climate-vulnerable island nations call on world to save 'our very future'

Dozens of small island states most vulnerable to the effects of climate change have called on the world to save "our very future" after a landmark UN report said accelerating global warming and rising sea levels threaten their existence.

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#129880
2021-08-10

Climate change could force us to rethink sporting calendars

The effects of climate change will force sports bodies to rethink their calendar of events, World Athletics president Sebastian Coe said Sunday.

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#129881
2021-08-10

‘Code red’: United Nations scientists warn of worsening global warming

Earth is getting so hot that temperatures in about a decade will probably blow past a level of warming that world leaders have sought to prevent, according to a report released Monday that the United Nations called a code red for humanity.

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#129882
2021-08-10

Net Zero: Canada and the world reacts to UN climate change report

In response to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) report, world leaders and officials reiterated their countries’ current climate change commitments, while acknowledging the need for urgent action.

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#129883
2021-08-10

Feeling anxious about climate change after the IPCC report? Here's what you can do to help

Yesterday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its latest - and starkest - paper outlining the severity of the climate crisis.

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#129884
2021-08-10

Yes, the climate crisis is terrifying. But I refuse to abandon hope

Babe, look!” my wife said excitedly, as we sprawled on the grass reading on one baking hot afternoon. She passed me her book: “Read this – this person is just like you!”

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#129885
2021-08-10

Not convinced that humans are causing climate change? Here are the facts.

Earth is ever shifting. Continents drift, ice ages come and go, odd and wonderful creatures take shape only to one day vanish. Reviewing the history of our world, some might be tempted to dismiss the warming we are experiencing as just another of these planetary ebbs and flows.

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#129813
2021-08-09

Climate scientists reach 'unequivocal' consensus on human-made warming in landmark report

An epochal new report from the world's top climate scientists warns that the planet will warm by 1.5 degrees Celsius in the next two decades without drastic moves to eliminate greenhouse gas pollution. The finding from the United Nations-backed group throws a key goal of the Paris Agreement into ...

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#129815
2021-08-09

'Nowhere to run': UN report says global warming nears limits

Earth is getting so hot that temperatures in about a decade will probably blow past a level of warming that world leaders have sought to prevent, according to a report released Monday that the United Nations called a "code red for humanity."

News Headlines
#129816
2021-08-09

Yes, a few climate models give unexpected predictions, but the technology remains a powerful tool

The much-awaited new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is due later today. Ahead of the release, debate has erupted about the computer models at the very heart of global climate projections.

News Headlines
#129817
2021-08-09

IPCC says limiting any global warming is what matters most

Of all the troubling news in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report out on Monday, one warning will surely generate the most headlines: under all scenarios examined, Earth is likely to reach the crucial 1.5 degrees Celsius warming limit in the early 2030s.

News Headlines
#129818
2021-08-09

Unless we act now, a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits

Australia is experiencing widespread, rapid climate change not seen for thousands of years and may warm by 4℃ or more this century, according to a highly anticipated report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

News Headlines
#129819
2021-08-09

Rising seas and melting glaciers are now irreversible, but we have to act to slow them down

After three years of writing and two weeks of virtual negotiations to approve the final wording, the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) confirms that changes are happening in Earth's climate across every continent and every ocean.

News Headlines
#129820
2021-08-09

5 things to know about the new UN report on climate change

The U.N.-appointed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published a new report Monday summarizing the latest authoritative scientific information about global warming. Here are five important takeaways.

News Headlines
#129821
2021-08-09

The water cycle is intensifying as the climate warms, more intense storms and flooding as a result

The world watched in July 2021 as extreme rainfall became floods that washed away centuries-old homes in Europe, triggered landslides in Asia and inundated subways in China. More than 900 people died in the destruction. In North America, the West was battling fires amid an intense drought that i ...

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#129822
2021-08-09

'Not too late' to prevent 'runaway climate change': EU

There is still time to prevent "runaway climate change" but only if the world implements carbon net zero policies, the EU's vice president in charge of climate action said Monday.

News Headlines
#129823
2021-08-09

Global climate report: 'Wake-up call for all governments to take climate change seriously'

Climate change is already widespread, rapid, and intensifying, according to a new report released today by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), involving contributions from UCL academics.

News Headlines
#129824
2021-08-09

No good news here: Key IPCC findings on climate change

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's first major scientific assessment since 2014, released Monday, shows unequivocally that global warming is unfolding more quickly than feared and that humanity is almost entirely to blame.

News Headlines
#129829
2021-08-09

IPCC report says climate change puts “billions of people in danger”

The IPCC report, which took eight years to compile, finds that human activity is definitely responsible for climate change – putting “billions of people in danger”, according to UN chief António Guterres

News Headlines
#129834
2021-08-09

Sea level rises, other changes irreversible, UN warns

The world's largest ever report into climate change is published, setting out the stark reality of the state of the planet. The study, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, says it is "unequivocal" that human activity is responsible for global warming

News Headlines
#129835
2021-08-09

Climate change: Six everyday things you can do to help stop global warming

The United Nations has warned the planet will reach its global warming limit within the next 20 years, causing irreversible environmental damage and more extreme weather events.

News Headlines
#129836
2021-08-09

Extreme weather: How it is connected to climate change?

Heatwaves, deadly floods and wildfires - this summer people are having to confront the link between extreme weather and climate change. Emissions from the burning of fossil fuels have been trapping heat in the atmosphere since the start of the industrial era. As a consequence, average temperatur ...

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#129837
2021-08-09

UN sounds alarm on 'irreversible' climate impacts, but offers hope

The UN climate panel sounded a dire warning Monday, saying the world is dangerously close to runaway warming — and that humans are "unequivocally" to blame. Already, greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere are high enough to guarantee climate disruption for decades if not centuries, scientists w ...

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#129838
2021-08-09

What Infrastructure Investors Need To Know About The Latest Climate Change Report

The latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is out, and it’s not pretty: “Climate change [impacts are] widespread, rapid, and intensifying.”

News Headlines
#129839
2021-08-09

The Sprout: United Nations report sounds climate change alarm

A new report from the United Nations is warning some climate change effects may be irreversible and scientists say humans are unequivocally responsible for the warming climate. As the Wall Street Journal reports, the report was issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and is the f ...

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