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What an ocean hidden under Antarctic ice reveals about the future of our planet's climate
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What an ocean hidden under Antarctic ice reveals about the future of our planet's climate

Research shows that if warming exceeds 2℃, major ice shelves would collapse, releasing ice, lifting the sea level by up to three metres by 2300.

Climate change could trigger catastrophic loss of wildlife around the world over the coming decades
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Climate change could trigger catastrophic loss of wildlife around the world over the coming decades

The study looked at the impact of rising temperatures, human activities like pollution and habit destruction and its effects on different species.

COP26, supposed to take place in Glasgow this year, has been postponed to 2021 because of coronavirus
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COP26, supposed to take place in Glasgow this year, has been postponed to 2021 because of coronavirus

Another summit on preserving threatened species, that would've taken place in China has also been pushed to next year.

World Water Day: Tropical countries like India to be worst-hit by water stress — UN
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World Water Day: Tropical countries like India to be worst-hit by water stress — UN

Globally, 2.2 billion people do not have access to drinking water that is water both available and free of contamination.

'Don’t celebrate me if you are not going to listen': Manipuri child climate activist Licypriya Kangujam turns down Modi's #SheInspiresUs campaign
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'Don’t celebrate me if you are not going to listen': Manipuri child climate activist Licypriya Kangujam turns down Modi's #SheInspiresUs campaign

Child climate activist Licypriya Kangujam turned down the offer to join Prime Minister Narendra Modi's #SheInspiresUs campaign on International Women's Day, hoping that her refusal will help attract the attention of the government towards her concerns

Himalayan towns like Darjeeling, Mussoorie and Kathmandu are going to fast run dry
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Himalayan towns like Darjeeling, Mussoorie and Kathmandu are going to fast run dry

India has no system to count its climate migrants but ranks fifth among countries most vulnerable to impacts of climate change.

The last ice age tells us why we need to care about the 2℃ change in temperature
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The last ice age tells us why we need to care about the 2℃ change in temperature

We should do our best to ensure governments meet their commitments to the Paris Accord and reduce emissions to zero by 2050.

Climate activist Greta Thunberg nominated for 2020 Nobel Peace Prize — again
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Climate activist Greta Thunberg nominated for 2020 Nobel Peace Prize — again

In 2019, she was named winners of Right Livelihood Award, known as “Alternative Nobel”, named Time magazine’s “Person of the Year.”

Could climate change be responsible for the next financial crisis? Yes, says a new report
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Could climate change be responsible for the next financial crisis? Yes, says a new report

Banks spent last decade pulling out their economies from 2008 financial crisis, might spend next decade dealing with climate change.

Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate
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Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate

Trump dismissed activists for advocating a form of 'radical socialism', which Americans reject – a message that hit home with some in the business-heavy audience.

Two filmmakers seek to explain the climate change crisis by showing its human cost in Nepal
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Two filmmakers seek to explain the climate change crisis by showing its human cost in Nepal

Concerned about the increasing climate crisis , two filmmakers are on a journey to capture people’s attention through human stories from the frontlines of climate change in Nepal.

Carbon trap: Where should India be focusing it's collective climate action efforts?
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Carbon trap: Where should India be focusing it's collective climate action efforts?

India should tackle disasters taking place in the country and its neighbourhood as its neighbour's vulnerabilities can be national security issues.

People fleeing from the effects of climate change can claim asylum: UN rights panel
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People fleeing from the effects of climate change can claim asylum: UN rights panel

The ruling is not legal as yet but it can be cited by people whose right to life is endangered by the climate crisis.

German climate activists to join climate lawsuit to force government 'to do more'
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German climate activists to join climate lawsuit to force government 'to do more'

She said efforts of a government would be more impactful than those of individuals, they need to step up their efforts.

Earth has a fever: 2010 was the hottest decade ever measured in the past 11,500 years
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Earth has a fever: 2010 was the hottest decade ever measured in the past 11,500 years

scientists said they see no end to the way man-made climate change keeps shattering records.

Jeff Bezos talks space, Blue Origin, and climate change at Amazon India event in New Delhi
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Jeff Bezos talks space, Blue Origin, and climate change at Amazon India event in New Delhi

He believes that climate change can be dealt with by people, all over the world, coming together taking 'collective action.'

COP26 Glasgow will provide a global stage to exhibit Scotland's green innovation
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COP26 Glasgow will provide a global stage to exhibit Scotland's green innovation

COP25 did not end well, with everyone reflecting on its failure to set rules to create a carbon market between countries.

Rising eco-anxiety means we should address mental health alongside food security
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Rising eco-anxiety means we should address mental health alongside food security

We need to reframe eco-anxiety to emphasize hope in the midst of human tragedy, existential threats and climate catastrophe.

Volcanic rock movements release greenhouse gases, contribute to global warming
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Volcanic rock movements release greenhouse gases, contribute to global warming

The study found that these geological changes have caused global warming for the past 65 million years.

Deforestation, climate change will wipe out Madagascar's entire rainforest by 2070
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Deforestation, climate change will wipe out Madagascar's entire rainforest by 2070

Protected areas can help mitigate the devastation while long-term solutions for ending GHG emissions are found.