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Heat-trapping gases broke records in 2018, climate crisis report finds
The gases heating the planet in 2018 were higher than humans have ever recorded, according to an authoritative new report from the American Meteorological Society and the US government.
'People should be terrified': One teen's hunger strike over the climate crisis
Food shortages, social disruption and riots. That’s the future 19-year-old Giovanni Tamacas envisioned during the 10 days he starved himself in the US capital in a hunger strike protest at the lack of action to thwart the climate crisis.
New York’s climate plan will drive big changes, if it works
Solar panels on every roof. Parking meters that double as car chargers. Wind turbines towering above farm fields and ocean waves.
Climate action plan designed in Ireland to prepare for future CAP changes
The Irish government’s climate action plan is designed to ensure the agriculture sector is prepared for future changes in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) focusing on sustainable food production, Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney said.
Climate change backlash fuels worries for aviation industry
Aviation companies are facing increased scrutiny about their role in causing climate change.
Climate driving new right whale movement
New research connects recent changes in the movement of North Atlantic right whales to decreased food availability and rising temperatures in Gulf of Maine's deep waters.
Africa calls for climate justice as green wave sweeps Europe
As a wave of public consciousness concerning the environment sweeps across Europe, African cities are hoping this will translate into greater equality when it comes to fighting climate change. One of those people calling for a fairer fight is the mayor of Accra, in Ghana.
Climate protesters hold Melbourne ‘die-in’
Climate protesters have lay ‘dead’ in the heart of Melbourne as thousands rallied for urgent federal government action on the environment.
Vietnam salt farmers battered by imports, climate
The salt farmers of Hon Khoi rise before dawn as they have for generations, fanning out across shallow seawater pools in southern Vietnam to harvest the precious mineral, hoping for a better season than the last.
Pupils: What are you doing about climate change?
Of the thousands of people who blocked central London to demand action on climate change at the Extinction Rebellion protests last month, it was 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg who stood out as the movement’s figurehead.
Draft climate plan sets out unprecedented changes in Ireland
The draft Irish government plan on responding to a warming world that potentially poses an existential threat to humanity sets out its ambition succinctly: “To make Ireland a leader in responding to climate disruption”.
UN chief issues climate plea from Pacific 'frontline'
Governments around the world must introduce carbon taxes, halt plans for new coal plants and accelerate the closure of existing ones if damage to the Pacific from climate change is to be limited, the UN secretary general has told Pacific leaders on his first visit to the region.
Irish parliament declares climate emergency
Ireland’s parliament has become the second after Britain’s to declare a climate emergency, a decision hailed by the Swedish teenage environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg as ‘great news’.

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