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Facing disastrous climate change, the U.S. is betting on direct air capture

As the need for climate action intensifies, The U.S. is heading up the largest global effort to help halt climate change through Direct Air Capture and expanded a tax credit to $180/tonne to bolster the burgeoning technology.

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Economic damage from heatwaves and drought dwarfs Europe's energy crisis warns ESA head

The head of the European Space Agency, Director General Josef Aschbacher, warned economic damage from heatwaves and drought could dwarf Europe’s energy crisis.

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Paul Wallis: 8 billion morons on an orbiting sewer

The human race as usual is growing beyond its means. So are pollution, poverty, resources unreliability, environmental degradation, and arguably, insanity.

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G7 disappoints with fossil fuel 'loophole'

Leaders of the Group of Seven rich nations on Tuesday watered down a key pledge on ending fossil fuel financing abroad, as the need to tackle global warming clashed with fears over energy shortages.

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The boreal forest is on the move. Here's what that means for our climate

Warmer temperatures and high soil nitrogen levels are causing Earth’s largest land biome to advance northward.
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World's fossil fuel assets risk evaporating in climate fight

Oil platforms, pipelines, coal power plants and other fossil fuel assets could lose trillions of dollars in the battle against climate change.
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Biodiversity loss threatens economic stability: Central banks report

Central banks have underestimated the significant threat posed by biodiversity loss, a new report said Thursday, warning that financial institutions and businesses were destroying the natural assets that they depend on.

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