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25.05.2020 -   Thousands without power in Western Australia after once in a decade storm
Remnants of Cyclone Mangga hit a cold front and brought squalling rain, high winds and emergency level storm warnings in the Perth region
 
25.05.2020 -   Bust-up over climate weighs on EU-UK talks, risks trade rifts
Britain has its own ambitious goals for cutting emissions but is refusing to make binding climate-change commitments in the new deal it is seeking with the EU from 2021
 
25.05.2020 -   As lockdown clears the air, Cairo looks to keep pollution low
Expanded public transit, cleaner fuels and more shared bicycles could help preserve coronavirus-era gains, officials say
 
24.05.2020 - Public returns to St. Peter's Square; pope calls for defence of environment
Pope urges Catholics to reflect on how they can better protect the environment and help those most vulnerable to effects of climate change
 
24.05.2020 - Extreme weather, more people drive Pakistan toward a wheat crisis
Erratic weather is worsening the country's wheat shortage, with farmers already struggling to feed a booming population
 
22.05.2020 - UN Climate Change Launches Russian Language Communications Tools
UN Climate Change has launched a Russian language version of its website and social media channels as part of its efforts to expand the geographical reach of communications on climate change and respond to the rising demand for information.
 
22.05.2020 - Global carbon emissions drop 17% due to lockdown
Lockdowns around the world cause sharpest drop in carbon emissions since records began.
 
22.05.2020 - Renewable energy sector predicted to have strong COVID-19 recovery
The UK climbs the ranks of EY’s latest RECAI index as analysts argue renewables are a ‘safer-haven’ for long-term investors.
 
21.05.2020 - Future shock: COVID-19 failures show need to prep for climate threats
Climate change will bring a 'more intense form' of the problems seen with coronavirus - and now is the time to prepare, security officials say
 
21.05.2020 - Rwanda First African Country To Set New Climate Plan Under Paris Agreement
Despite being one of the poorest countries in the world, and contributing hardly anything to the current climate crisis, Rwanda has become one of the first countries to submit a new national climate plan which will strengthen global efforts to tackle climate change ahead of COP-26.
 
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