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03.04.2020 - Climate-related disasters increase risks of conflict in vulnerable countries, research shows
Researchers have found strong evidence that the risk for armed conflict is higher after a climate-related disaster, but only in vulnerable countries.
 
31.03.2020 - Barclays станет климатически-нейтральным банком к 2050 году
Британский банк Barclays, один из крупнейших транснациональных банков взял на себя обязательство согласовать всю финансовую деятельность с Парижским климатическим соглашением.
 
30.03.2020 - India's women seaweed divers swim against the tide of climate change
Coastal women who have long dived for a harvest are now battling global-warming driven changes to keep their profession alive
 
30.03.2020 - Japan’s New Climate Commitment Falls Woefully Short. Here’s How to Improve It.
Today Japan announced the national climate plan — its nationally determined contribution (NDC) — that it will submit to the United Nations. Unfortunately, it is no stronger than the one submitted five years ago, keeping in place a top-line target to reduce emissions 26% by 2030 from 2013 levels. Japan is doing so despite its status as a major economy with access to advanced technologies and the fact that low-carbon options, especially renewable energy, are more affordable than ever before. Other than a few references to recent policy developments, Japan’s submission explicitly leaves its national plan unchanged.
 
29.03.2020 - Coronavirus lockdowns give Europe's cities cleaner air
Cities including Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Milan and Frankfurt have seen less air pollution since lockdown
 
26.03.2020 - UK greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.6% in 2019 - provisional govt data
Greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.6% last year in Britain, dropping for the seventh year running, driven by the shift from coal use in power generation to renewables, provisional government data showed on Thursday.
 
25.03.2020 - Climate change set to make extreme heat more common - and costly
Dangerous heat and humidity could affect 1.2 billion people by the turn of the century if global warming goes unchecked, scientists say
 
24.03.2020 - Coal mines emit more methane than oil-and-gas sector, study finds
Methane emissions from coal mines could be more than double previous estimates, according to a new study.
 
24.03.2020 - Use coronavirus rescue packages to fight climate change - UK adviser
Gigantic stimulus packages to prop up the world economy during the coronavirus crisis should be designed to tackle climate change, according to a senior adviser from Britain which is hosting the next U.N. summit on global warming.
 
24.03.2020 - Doubling up: Could coronavirus bailouts make economies greener?
Two weeks into a growing coronavirus outbreak, Lucy Vinis, the mayor of the Oregon city of Eugene, has plenty to worry about - from how to protect the community's homeless population to how to keep services functioning in the face of uncertainty.
 
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