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Colombian farmers under pressure from frosts linked to climate change
Potato farmer Pedro Gomez stared out across rows and rows of ruined potato plants, the usually green foliage brown and withered by heavy frost.
Teens feel the heat of climate change
In 2017, when the drought in Cape Town was at its worst in over a century, aid organization Gift of the Givers made an urgent call to South Africans to help farmers; suicide rates, amongst both small- and large-scale farmers, had surged in the few months prior. This and other evidence paints a bleak future picture in the context of climate change, and southern Africa is one of the areas that will suffer the most.
Study: As climate change takes hold, the tropics will get warmer faster
Global warming is often thought of as, well, a global phenomenon. But the world is actually warming at different rates ― and new research from a University of Hawaii (UH)professor is helping shed light on why.
'No doubt' climate change causing wildfires, experts say as Australia burns
There is “no doubt” that climate change is increasing the risk of wild fires around the world, researchers said on Tuesday, as Australia’s government faces criticism for denying devastating bushfires are definitively linked to global warming.
Study links historical housing disparities with dangerous climate impacts
Extreme heat kills more people in the United States than any other type of hazardous weather and will likely become even deadlier due to climate change. However, extreme heat does not affect all people equally. Surface temperatures in different neighborhoods within a single city can vary by a whopping 20°C, making some people more at risk of experiencing dangerous temperatures.
Aussies rally against climate policy amid raging bushfires
Thousands of Australians took to the streets on Friday to protest against government failure on climate change, as bushfires ravage large swathes of the country, incinerating wildlife and massively polluting the air.
China must cancel new coal plants to achieve climate goals: Study
China must end the construction of all new coal-fired power plants in order to meet long-term climate goals in the most economically feasible manner, according to a study coauthored by a government-backed research institute.
Russia unveils plan to 'use the advantages' of climate change
The Russian government has unveiled a plan to adapt the country's economy and population to climate change.
After Indonesia's deadly floods, few hear climate 'wake up call'
Floods that killed more than 50 people in Indonesia’s capital after the biggest rainfall since records began should be a wake-up call to climate change in one of the world’s biggest carbon emitters, environmental groups said.
In Asia Pacific climate crisis is happening now, not in future
The world's most disaster-prone region felt the harsh reality of the climate crisis in 2019.
Don’t push ‘on’ button of irreversible change: Top climate scientist
Johan Rockstrom, director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), is a Big Picture scientist who strives to see how all the pieces of our planet's complex climate system fit together.
For business, climate change has become real
The debate over climate change intensified over the decade, amid several of the hottest years on record, several extreme weather events and the publication of a wave of reports on warming. That — along with attention to the issue by policy makers in many countries and increasingly heated rhetoric — brought the issue to the doorstep of business, in the form of environmental disclosures, carbon pledges and green investment.
Anger erupts at UN climate summit as major economies resist bold action
Major economies have resisted calls for bolder climate commitments as a UN summit in Madrid limped toward a delayed conclusion on Saturday, dimming hopes that nations will act in time to stop rising temperatures devastating people and the natural world.
About 100 countries at UN climate talks challenge Australia's use of carryover credits
Australia’s plan to use an accounting loophole to meet its international emissions targets has been formally challenged at UN climate talks, with about 100 countries wanting the practice banned under the Paris Agreement.

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