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Global response to climate will 'change the world over the next 75 years,' Columbia business school dean says

Institutions from governments and banks to consumer-facing companies have started to pivot toward decarbonizing global economies. However, business schools have been criticized for being slow to respond.

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Lisa Goddard, 55, dies; brought climate data to those who needed it

Lisa Goddard helped show government agencies around the world how to predict upcoming droughts, flooding and other extreme weather events.

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Calls for US, China to work together and ‘set example’ on climate change

The countries are the two biggest carbon emitters in the world, and experts at virtual talks say cooperation on climate, energy and green finance will benefit everyone.
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Biden’s climate advisers say more than proposals do

Several of Biden’s informal advisers and confidants are Obama administration veterans who have embraced fossil fuels and fracking.
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The lab that discovered global warming has good news and bad news
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The lab that discovered global warming has good news and bad news

The good news is that the pandemic shows “science works.” The bad news? Global warming may be far more dangerous than a pandemic.
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Southwest drought rivals those of centuries ago, thanks to climate change
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Southwest drought rivals those of centuries ago, thanks to climate change

The drought that has gripped the American Southwest since 2000 is as bad as or worse than droughts in the region over the past 1,200 years, a new study finds.
Southwest drought rivals those of centuries ago, thanks to climate change
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Southwest drought rivals those of centuries ago, thanks to climate change

The drought that has gripped the American Southwest since 2000 is as bad as or worse than droughts in the region over the past 1,200 years, a new study finds.
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