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Birds getting smaller, scientists see echo of climate change
Birds have been shrinking as global temperatures rise and the climate warms, a new study published in the journal Ecology Letters has found.
Climate change hits health, yet funds lacking: WHO
Climate change is harming human health as more people suffer from heat stress, extreme weather and mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
US, EU ‘owe half the cost’ of repairing climate change: Environmental groups
The United States and Europe bear more than half the cost of repairing the damage already wrought by climate change, a coalition of environmental groups says.
Australian water resources minister 'totally' accepts drought linked to climate change
The Australian Drought and Water Resources Minister David Littleproud has acknowledged he “totally” accepts that worsening droughts are linked to climate change, as he signaled more taxpayer support for regional communities was coming as Australia’s big dry “escalates”.
Seoul seeks solar panel homes to combat climate change
After looking for a perfect place for her family for years, Cho Yeoun-hoa and her family moved in April from an apartment where her daughter couldn't play the cello at night to a stand-alone house in the country's administrative city of Sejong that also happened to be solar-powered.
Glasgow set to be 'at forefront' of fight against climate change
Action to combat climate change in Glasgow will be stepped up ahead of a major summit in the city next year.
Second wave of global protests caps week focused on climate action
Hundreds of thousands of climate protesters took to the streets across the globe on Friday for a second weekend of mass demonstrations to highlight government inaction on climate change.
Climate change matter of war and peace: German FM
Germany's Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas made a rallying cry for countries to tackle climate change during his speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
800 years of climate change tracked using oak tree rings
Studying the rings inside oak trees has allowed scientists to produce one of the most detailed records yet of how the UK's climate has changed over the last millennium.
Climate change could turn oceans from friend to foe, UN report warns
Global warming and pollution caused by humanity's carbon-heavy footprint are ravaging Earth's oceans and icy regions in ways that could unleash misery on a global scale, a landmark UN report to be unveiled next week will warn.
Conflicts, climate change, mental illness among ‘biggest emerging threats to children,' UNICEF warns
Conflicts, the worsening climate crisis, a decline in mental health and online misinformation are among the biggest emerging global threats to children, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) warned.
China to tackle climate change with 'nature-based solutions'
China said it will try to persuade other countries to support “nature-based solutions” to tackle the root causes of climate change, the country said in a position paper published ahead of a United Nations summit in New York.
Battling for survival on frontier of climate change in Jamaica
When the rains stopped coming two years ago, transforming Denise Reid's once flourishing banana fields into an expanse of desiccated wasteland, she was bewildered at first.
Climate change is real, EU tells Trump
Last July was the hottest month ever recorded and throughout the summer hundreds of climate change protests took place around the world. Most of the anger has been directed towards Donald Trump for refusing to acknowledge that man made climate change is real.

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