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27.03.2024 - The world wastes more than 1 billion meals every day as hundreds of millions go hungry, UN report finds
More than 1 billion meals are wasted across the world each day while nearly 800 million people go hungry, a new United Nations report has found.
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21.03.2024 - New fish invade the Adriatic Sea, threatening local species
For decades, Croatian fisherman Marko Kristic has cast his nets in the sparkling waters of the Adriatic Sea. Now an invasion of the Mediterranean parrotfish is endangering his traditional catch and his livelihood, he says.
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21.03.2024 - UN’s climate body faces “severe financial challenges” which put work at risk
The UN’s climate body (UNFCCC) is facing “severe financial challenges” as the ability to fulfill its expanding workload is being put at risk by governments’ failure to provide enough money.
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12.03.2024 - Mars could be driving ‘giant whirlpools’ in the Earth’s deep oceans, new study finds
Mars may be around 140 million miles away from Earth, but the red planet is influencing our deep oceans by helping drive “giant whirlpools,” according to new research.
sursa//https://edition.cnn.com/2024/03/12/climate/mars-earth-ocean-currents-climate-intl/index.html   
 
07.03.2024 - Climate change: World's oceans reach record temperature, prompting fears of worst mass bleaching
The world’s oceans have reached their highest temperature on record, raising fears that coral reefs are on the brink of a massive and potentially lethal heat shock.
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06.03.2024 - Scientists want to build 62-mile-long curtains around the 'doomsday glacier' for a $50 billion Hail Mary to save it
A couple feet of sea-level rise may not sound like a lot. But if sea levels rose by 2 feet worldwide, the effects on coastal communities would be catastrophic.
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02.03.2024 - Peterborough's Flag Fen archaeologist warns of climate change
Experts looking after a Bronze Age site said we must adapt to climate change and learn to live with flooded landscapes the way our ancient ancestors did.
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01.03.2024 - Climate activists convicted of criminal damage after smashing glass door of JP Morgan
Activitists had used hammers and chisels to cause ‘many thousands of pounds’ of damage to the bank’s offices in London
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29.02.2024 - How climate change is altering Sami language
North Sami, a language spoken in the Arctic, has more than 300 words for snow and a special word for "frightened reindeer". Can it survive in a warmer world?
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27.02.2024 - Rare dragonfly spreads its wings from Norfolk and Suffolk
A once-rare type of dragonfly may have been aided by climate change, the Broads Authority has said.
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