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Our war against nature must stop: UN chief
Guterres warns of ‘point of no return’ on climate change
Climate protests across globe call for UN summit action
Thousands of people across the world joined rallies demanding more action on climate change on Friday, aiming to force political leaders to come up with urgent solutions at a United Nations conference next week.
Harappans were first ‘climate refugees’, study finds
The latest excavations at the Karim Shahi and Vigakot sites in Gujarat, India, dating back to 2,100 BCE and 5th century CE, respectively, right on the Kutch-Pakistan international border, have shed light on how climate change in the post-Harappan period in the Kutch region affected ancient human settlements.
Climate change reassessment prompts call for a 'more sober' discourse
An international research team has called for a more sober discourse around climate change prospects, following an extensive reassessment of climate change's progress and its mitigation.
Climate impacts to cost world $7.9 trillion by 2050: Report
Climate change could directly cost the world economy $7.9 trillion by mid-century as increased drought, flooding and crop failures hamper growth and threaten infrastructure, new analysis showed Wednesday.
Methane emissions from coalmines could stoke climate crisis
The methane emissions leaking from the world’s coalmines could be stoking the global climate crisis at the same rate as the shipping and aviation industries combined.
US formally starts withdrawal from Paris climate accord​​​​​​​
The United States on Monday formally notified the United Nations that it was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, making the world's largest economy the sole outlier from the agreement.
Study: Climate Change may kill 1.5mn Indians each year by end of century
India is the world’s second most populous nation and the country has diverse terrain and dramatic landscape but the country has done little to cut the greenhouse gas emissions which will give rise to the average temperature and with it the rise in mortality. A latest study by Tata Centre for Development at the University of Chicago has said.
Tens of thousands in UK invited to take part in citizens’ assembly to help tackle climate crisis
UK Parliament is forming a citizens’ assembly to tackle climate change, with 30,000 invitation letters landing on people’s doorsteps from Nov. 6.
Climate crisis affects how majority will vote in UK election: Poll
A majority of people in the UK say the climate crisis will influence how they vote in the looming general election, according to an opinion poll, with younger voters feeling particularly strongly about the issue.
Climate engineering: International meeting reveals tensions
At this point, the greatest danger of climate engineering may be how little is known about where countries stand on these potentially planet-altering technologies. Who is moving forward? Who is funding research? And who is being left out of the conversation?
Young climate activists in Africa struggle to be heard
As Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion inspire climate protesters across the globe, young African activists say they still struggle to make themselves heard.
Africa’s mineral wealth may just have to stay in the ground to protect a changing climate
As a result of climate change, resource extraction industries in Africa will be impacted by asset stranding, researchers said.
Climate protesters block roads in global 'rebellion'
Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on Monday, sparking arrests as they kicked off two weeks of global protests demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction."

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