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Companies pledge to tackle climate change
In the fight against climate change, government and industry traditionally have been adversaries, as regulators try to force polluters to take costly steps to cut planet-warming emissions.
Companies pledge to tackle climate change
In the fight against climate change, government and industry traditionally have been adversaries, as regulators try to force polluters to take costly steps to cut planet-warming emissions.
Climate change, hurricanes and hazards of connecting dots
It may be human nature to want to assign blame for terrible events — and since climate change became part of public consciousness, it's a frequently faulted for natural disasters. Is Hurricane Florence our fault for emitting climate-changing greenhouse gases, or perhaps policy makers’ fault for allowing us to do so?
Rich nations should pay up for climate change
When industrialized nations pledged in 2009 to mobilize $100 billion a year by 2020 to help the poorest countries deal with climate change, it won over some skeptics in the developing world who had argued that rich nations should pay up for contributing so much to the problem.
Climate change tames Arctic for shippers
Under partly sunny skies and relatively balmy temperatures in the low 50s, the Venta Maersk sailed through the Bering Strait this past week and steered hard to port, beginning a modern-day voyage of discovery that could hearken a transformation for global shipping and the Arctic environment.
Fears over climate change hit highest level in a decade
British people’s concern over climate change hit the highest level in almost a decade amid the record-breaking heatwave which swept across Britain this summer, a new poll has revealed.
Can social media networks reduce political polarization on climate change?
Social media networks, which often foster partisan antagonism, may also offer a solution to reducing political polarization, according to new findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences from a team led by University of Pennsylvania sociologist Damon Centola.
Governments 'not ready' for Poland climate change talks: Fiji president
Governments are unprepared for a crucial climate change meeting in Poland later this year aimed at ensuring the full implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement, Fiji Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama said at the opening of climate talks in Bangkok.
Climate change could mean more bugs and bad things for world's crops
A new study published in the journal Science suggests that as the world warms due to human-caused climate change, more and more bugs will populate the globe.
Cows fed seaweed in bid to tackle climate change
Dairy cows are being fed seaweed in a bid to tackle bovine methane emissions and its effect on global warming.
German farmers struck by drought fear further damage from climate change
In Germany, record temperatures and no rainfall since early April have led to a drought and thousands of farms are facing bankruptcy because of crop failure.
Nearly every ecosystem on the planet will be transformed by climate change
If nations fail to rein in their greenhouse gas emissions, nearly every terrestrial ecosystem on the planet — from forests to grasslands to marshland —will undergo ‘major transformations’ that will completely change the world’s biomes, warn a team of 42 scientists from around the globe in the journal Science.
Scientists are finally linking extreme weather to climate change
The summer of 2018 has not been a normal summer. Throughout June and July an extended heatwave set record-breaking high temperatures across the northern hemisphere. In Japan, more than 22,000 people were taken to hospital with heat stroke as the country recorded its highest-ever temperature of 41.1°C.
Fighting climate change is not just a cause, it’s also a business
Amid growing awareness about climate change and a consequent shift in consumer behavior, brands are increasingly selling more sustainable goods.

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