COP26: UK 'nowhere near' meeting targets agreed at Glasgow climate summit
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COP26: UK 'nowhere near' meeting targets agreed at Glasgow climate summit

By Roger Harrabin The environment analyst of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The image is from PA Media. Advisers have warned that the UK is
‘So Many Dimensions’: A Drought Study Underlines the Complexity of Climate
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‘So Many Dimensions’: A Drought Study Underlines the Complexity of Climate

Hundreds of thousands of people in the Indian Ocean nation of Madagascar have been affected by the lack of precipitation in the last two years. The
Climate Scientist Warns That Countries Are Going to Start Geoengineering the Earth
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Climate Scientist Warns That Countries Are Going to Start Geoengineering the Earth

It would be cheaper to change the world's climate than you think. One scientist thinks that some countries might engineer the planet in response to
Climate 'overwhelming' driver of Australian bushfires: study
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Climate 'overwhelming' driver of Australian bushfires: study

Climate change has been downplayed by Australia's conservative government, which has played a role in the fires. Australian government scientists
What Your Flight History Reveals About Your Carbon Footprint - The New York Times
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What Your Flight History Reveals About Your Carbon Footprint - The New York Times

I missed Thanksgiving last year because of the Pandemic. I would have walked through fire to get to her pie. I was forced to confront my guilt when I
To Breed or Not to Breed?
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To Breed or Not to Breed?

Kiersten Little considered her husband to be ideal father material. She said that they were always under the belief that when they got married, they
You Need to Care About Climate Change, I Am Begging
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You Need to Care About Climate Change, I Am Begging

The United Nations climate talks ended with mixed results. The good? There was a deal and a number of commitments outside of the Glasgow Climate
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World leaders at COP26 strike agreement to 'phase down' unabated coal and call on wealthy nations to double funding to vulnerable nations

Saturday's COP26 conference ended with a deal between countries on how to address climate changes. The agreement mentions fossil fuels for the first
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Countries contributing the least to the climate crisis are feeling the worst of its effects

UNICEF found that more than 1 billion children are at risk of weather catastrophes. These children are mainly from countries with the lowest carbon
What it’s like negotiating at COP26 as a small island state
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What it’s like negotiating at COP26 as a small island state

Climate negotiators from small islands nations reflect on their experience after two tough weeks at the Glasgow summit. On Thursday, a Marshall