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17.02.2020 -   UK to invest $1.6 billion in weather and climate supercomputer
The computer, to be managed by the Met Office, will be used to help more accurately predict storms, select the most suitable locations for flood defences and predict changes to the global climate
 
17.02.2020 -   Climate protesters dig up Cambridge college's lawn
Extinction Rebellion wants to force governments to cut carbon emissions and avert a climate crisis it says will bring starvation and social collapse
 
15.02.2020 - ANALYSIS-Climate change opens up 'frontier' farmland, but at what cost to the planet?
Climate change could expand farmland globally by almost a third but would also bring significant environmental threats, including a risk of increased emissions from soils
 
14.02.2020 - Plastics tax, carbon-trading cash to cover EU's Brexit gap, officials say
Revenue from the plastics tax and money from the augmented carbon trading scheme, which would also incorporate the transport sector, could generate 14 billion to 15 billion euros a year
 
12.02.2020 - Plant a trillion trees: U.S. Republicans offer fossil-friendly climate fix
Republican lawmakers on Wednesday proposed legislation setting a goal for the United States to plant a trillion trees by 2050 to fight global warming, a plan intended to address climate change by sucking carbon out of the air instead of by cutting emissions.
 
12.02.2020 - Mayors of 15 major EU cities ask for funds to fight climate change
The EU aims not to be emitting any more carbon dioxide than it absorbs by 2050, making it 'neutral' from the point of view of climate change and helping curb global warming
 
11.02.2020 - UK Government announces £5bn boost for greener transport
Bus services across the country will be transformed with simpler fares, thousands of new buses, improved routes and higher frequencies.
 
11.02.2020 - Research finds Antarctic penguin colonies declining due to climate change
Research carried out by Greenpeace has found that chinstrap penguin colonies in the Antarctic have declined by as much as 77% in the last 50 years.
 
11.02.2020 - NAP Expo 2020: National Adaptation Takes Centre Stage as Climate Change Effects Mount
The National Adaptation Plan (NAPs) Expo 2020, taking place from 30 March to 3 April in Gaborone, Botswana, brings together national and international adaptation experts and support providers to help developing countries build resilience through adaptation planning and actions.
 
10.02.2020 - Explainer: Nine ‘tipping points’ that could be triggered by climate change
The persistent march of a warming climate is seen across a multitude of continuous, incremental changes. CO2 levels in the atmosphere. Ocean heat content. Global sea level rise. Each creeps up year after year, fuelled by human-caused greenhouse gas emissions.
 
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