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Climate Change


Earth’s Atmospheric CO² Hasn’t Been This High In Millions of Years

We need to focus on decreasing emissions but the rate of increase of CO² remains as high as it has been in the last decade.

The Arctic is heating four times faster than the rest of the earth

A recent study found that the Arctic, long believed to be warming at two times the rate of the rest of the planet, was underestimated.

1.2 Billion people suffer through temperatures up to 122F, with a likely staggering death toll

The Indian subcontinent, including India and Pakistan, has recorded above-average temperatures for weeks. It's near now 50 Celsius (122F).

‘Most Dangerous Point in Human History’ Looming, Warns Noam Chomsky

Renowned scholar Noam Chomsky: "We are now facing the prospect of destruction of organized human life on Earth."

IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity

Greenhouse gas emissions must peak by 2025, say climate scientists in what is in effect their final warning.

Biodiversity Crisis Threatens Global Economic and Social Stability, Report Warns

Central banks and policymakers should address the significant global threats the biodiversity crisis poses to financial stability.

‘Unthinkable’: Scientists Shocked as Polar Temperatures Soar 50 to 90 Degrees Above Normal

With everything going on in the world right now, the dual polar climate disasters of 2022 should be the top story.

The world’s food systems are in crisis, and big agribusiness is at its heart

Public finance has a key role to play in agriculture. Instead of propping up corporate interests, it should learn from local producers.

The need for climate reparations is now undeniable

The latest UN climate report highlights how communities that have contributed the least to climate change are suffering the most.

UN Chief: IPCC Report a ‘Damning Indictment of Failed Climate Leadership’

"The facts are undeniable. This abdication of leadership is criminal," said United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres.