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London braces for rail disruption by climate-change protesters

The protests, led by British climate group Extinction Rebellion, brought parts of central London to a standstill on Tuesday. Extinction Rebellion, which generated headlines with a semi-nude protest in parliament earlier this month, is demanding the government reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2025.

Seychelles President Danny Faure's underwater speech: Protect our oceans

In a striking speech delivered from deep below the ocean's surface, Seychelles President Danny Faure on Sunday made a global plea for stronger protection of the "beating blue heart of our planet". Faure's call for action, the first-ever live speech from an underwater submersible, came from one of the many island nations threatened by global warming.

Thousands of students march in Berlin in climate protest

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who inspired the protests in Germany and elsewhere by staging weekly "school strikes," is expected to lead the Friday rally through Berlin's government district.

Ocean heat hits record high: UN

Can China keep its climate promises?

China can easily meet its Paris climate pledge to peak its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, but sourcing 20 per cent of its energy needs from renewables and nuclear power by that date may be considerably harder, researchers said Tuesday.

3-5°C temperature rise is now ‘locked-in’ for the Arctic

Even if the world were to cut emissions in line with the Paris Agreement, winter temperatures in the Arctic would rise 3-5°C by 2050 and 5-9°C by 2080, devastating the region and unleashing sea level rises worldwide, UN said. Other environmental pressures on the Arctic identified by the paper include ocean acidification and plastic pollution.

Nations to resolve in addressing climate change: UN official

"We are past pledging and politicking. We are past commitments with little accountability. What's at stake is life, and society, as the majority of us know it and enjoy it today." Citing recent UN reports, Msuya stressed the urgency of addressing climate change and other pressing global challenges. "Time is running short," Msuya wrote in a letter to UN member states.

Climate change affected fisheries globally: Study

Climate change affected fisheries globally: Study

The study, published in the journal Science, suggests that ocean warming has led to an estimated 4.1 per cent drop in sustainable catches, on average, for many species of fish and shellfish from 1930 to 2010.

What if we could suck CO2 out of air and pack it away

What if we could suck CO2 out of air and pack it away

If only combating global warming were as simple as collecting the CO2 in the air and burying it forever. But a European company thinks that it is just the strategy that would work against climate change

NE glaciers may vanish by 2100 if warming unchecked, finds study

NE glaciers may vanish by 2100 if warming unchecked, finds study

More than a third of the glaciers in the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) mountain range, the "water tower" of Asia, will vanish by the end of this century even if global warming is contained at 1.50 Celsius in the best case scenario, warns a report compiled by 210 experts. ​The findings are particularly dire for India's northeastern region.

Challenges due to climate change to be discussed at World Government Summit in Dubai

Challenges due to climate change to be discussed at World Government Summit in Dubai

Aiming to identify solutions to counter the challenges posed by climate change, the summit will bring together decision makers, international organisations, senior government officials, business and thought leaders and media personalities from across the world.

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