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Climate change linked to Pakistan's floods, study finds

A growing field called attribution science is helping researchers rapidly assess the links between global warming and weather disasters.
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Thomas L. Friedman: The climate summit has made me very energized, and very afraid

Much of the world wouldn't make sacrifices to fight COVID, so why think it will to stop climate change?

Coal-fired power took a beating during the pandemic, study finds
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Coal-fired power took a beating during the pandemic, study finds

A broad move away from coal power was an important factor in pushing down global greenhouse gas emissions, researchers said, and could help accelerate a shift toward renewable energy.
Things we can do: The big picture
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Things we can do: The big picture

In addition to our individual actions, what levers can we use to shift these systems so they're less carbon intensive?

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Yes, the climate climate crisis may wipe out six billion people
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Yes, the climate climate crisis may wipe out six billion people

Our ruling elites' inaction and lies on climate change will lead to climate turmoil, mass starvation and general societal collapse in this century.

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Global warming: Earth's carbon dioxide levels highest in 3 million years
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Global warming: Earth's carbon dioxide levels highest in 3 million years

Carbon dioxide - the gas scientists say is most responsible for global warming - has reached levels in our atmosphere not seen in 3 million years, scientists announced.

BC’s timid climate plans, and 12 steps that could save us

BC’s timid climate plans, and 12 steps that could save us

As forests burn and the crisis deepens, we’re still failing to take bold action.
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