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Greta Thunberg back in school after year-long break campaigning for climate action
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Greta Thunberg back in school after year-long break campaigning for climate action

Taking a break from her final years of secondary school, she travelled across the Atlantic on a sail boat – allegedly to highlight emissions from flying.

'Stop calling me Greta of India': 8-yr-old Licypriya Kangujam says comparison doesn't help; Manipuri climate activist dropped out of school in Feb 2019
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'Stop calling me Greta of India': 8-yr-old Licypriya Kangujam says comparison doesn't help; Manipuri climate activist dropped out of school in Feb 2019

Eight-year-old climate activist Licypriya Kangujam from Manipur, often labelled the 'Indian Greta Thunberg', on Monday rejected the comparison and appealed to the media to recognise her own identity and story. 'If you call me 'Greta of India', you are not covering my story. You are deleting a story,' she tweeted.

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.

COP25 gets it upside down: Climate crisis calls for justice, management of the supply-side
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COP25 gets it upside down: Climate crisis calls for justice, management of the supply-side

For a fighting chance of halting global warming, the discourse must shift from commercial to scientific.

Greta Thunberg goes on Christmas break: 'You need to take rest....cannot do this all the time'
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Greta Thunberg goes on Christmas break: 'You need to take rest....cannot do this all the time'

Thunberg saw a lot of criticism during her time at COP25 for 'advocating violence', for which she issued a public apology.

COP25 'lost opportunity' as it ends with no deal, no targets to cut greenhouse gases
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COP25 'lost opportunity' as it ends with no deal, no targets to cut greenhouse gases

The negotiators left the issue of how to deal with carbon emissions until COP26 in Glasgow, next year.

Green Deal: Nuclear energy one of EU's solution to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050
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Green Deal: Nuclear energy one of EU's solution to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

Slovak Prime Minister insisted the EU would be unable to reach its climate targets without nuclear power plants.

Greta Thunberg travels home for Christmas in a 'crowded' train, German railway responds
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Greta Thunberg travels home for Christmas in a 'crowded' train, German railway responds

The railway company tweeted out that the activist should've acknowledged the first-class seat she was given as well.

Climate change will cause only the rich to survive, says UN Secretary-General
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Climate change will cause only the rich to survive, says UN Secretary-General

With the US leaving the Paris agreement, there is a big void of leadership that is being felt in climate talks.

India manages to rank in the top 10 countries with higher climate performance: Report
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India manages to rank in the top 10 countries with higher climate performance: Report

Despite the ranking, experts said that govt doesn't have a plan to phase-out fossil fuel and reduce its dependence on coal.

Brazilian President calls Greta Thunberg 'brat', she changes her Twitter bio
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Brazilian President calls Greta Thunberg 'brat', she changes her Twitter bio

Greta has become a youth symbol demanding radical change to confront climate change.

Climate emergency is the buzzword at COP25, how do vulnerable countries deal with forced migration?
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Climate emergency is the buzzword at COP25, how do vulnerable countries deal with forced migration?

More than 20 m people are forced to migrate annually due to extreme weather events because of fuelled by climate change.

Pakistan PM inaugurated the country's first SciTech park to boost innovation, research
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Pakistan PM inaugurated the country's first SciTech park to boost innovation, research

National Science and Technology Park is supposed to be Pakistan's biggest innovation and research ecosystem.

India is the fifth most vulnerable to climate change fallout, its poor is the worst hit
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India is the fifth most vulnerable to climate change fallout, its poor is the worst hit

India's ranking fluctuates but it has one of the five highest economic losses due to climate change.

'Should not have any serious hope to escape the Earth' says Nobel laureate on climate change
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'Should not have any serious hope to escape the Earth' says Nobel laureate on climate change

He said that we’re not built to survive any other planet and we should spend our time and energy trying to fix it.

COP25 Madrid: UN climate talks could pave way for a global carbon market
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COP25 Madrid: UN climate talks could pave way for a global carbon market

Negotiators at a UN meeting in Madrid this month are aiming to finally tackle the issue

COP25: 'Pollution Pods' at Madrid climate conference give visitors a whiff of Delhi’s toxic air
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COP25: 'Pollution Pods' at Madrid climate conference give visitors a whiff of Delhi’s toxic air

The pods were fitted with safe fog-machines and perfume blends that imitated the air quality in some of the world's most polluted cities.

Greta Thunberg arrives in Madrid by train for the Fridays for Future protest
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Greta Thunberg arrives in Madrid by train for the Fridays for Future protest

Greta Thunberg is in Spain for the COP25 summit and she arrived by boat after a 20-day journey by sea.

COP25 primer: Everything you should know about how we got here, where we're headed
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COP25 primer: Everything you should know about how we got here, where we're headed

COP25 is the final dialogue between parties since the Kyoto Protocol before the Paris Agreement goals are enacted, starting 2020.

COP25: Today's children could see a zero emissions future in 31 years if nations meet Paris Agreement goals
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COP25: Today's children could see a zero emissions future in 31 years if nations meet Paris Agreement goals

A child born today, throughout its life, will breathe toxic air, face the risk of extreme weather events unless we get our act together