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'More likely than not' world will soon see 1.5C of warming

For the first time ever, global temperatures are now more likely than not to breach 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) of warming within the next five years, the World Meteorological Organization has said.

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Yellen to press for additional reforms at World Bank this year

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will call on Wednesday for the World Bank to undertake additional reforms this year to expand its ability to help developing countries meet global challenges such as climate change.
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'Burn everything': Poland chokes on the smog of war

While a number of European countries besides Poland, such as Germany and Hungary, are burning more polluting brown coal, or lignite, to keep the lights on, experts say it's the use of the fuel at home that will have the biggest impact on health.

COP27 deal delivers landmark on 'loss and damage', but little else
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COP27 deal delivers landmark on 'loss and damage', but little else

Countries adopted a hard-fought final agreement at the climate summit that sets up a fund to help poor countries battered by climate disasters, but does not boost efforts to tackle the emissions causing them or say who should pay.
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Explainer: Smoke from raging wildfires can harm health

Explainer: Smoke from raging wildfires can harm health

Wildfires are increasing in frequency and intensity in many countries, spreading smoke that contains noxious gases, chemicals and particulate matter and carries serious health risks. More toxic than air pollution, wildfire smoke can linger in the air for weeks and travel hundreds of miles.
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