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Seychelles president's underwater speech: Protect our oceans

President Danny Faure's call for action, the first-ever live speech from an underwater submersible, comes from one of the many island nations threatened by global warming.

Arctic warming may lead to prolonged droughts: Study

The research group looked at the evolution of the tropic-to-pole temperature difference from three time periods: 100 years ago, 2,000 years ago and 10,000 years ago.

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Like Copenhagen

The city’s journey to becoming carbon neutral could offer lessons to civic authorities around the world

Should I stop going to school: 400 kids against climate change

Students started rallying for the cause and on Friday, students in 112 countries, 1,787 locations over the world, came out in protest. In Delhi, close to 400 students gathered, holding placards and sloganeering.

Too hot to handle

A Swedish schoolgirl and the global movement she triggered against climate change.

Food shortage to refugee emergencies — How climate change will reshape the globe

The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming goes into climate troubles such as food shortages, refugee emergencies, and other crises that will reshape the globe.

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Study warns: A third of Hindu Kush Himalaya glaciers will melt by 2100

The report also finds that warming will at least be 0.7 °C higher in the northwest Himalaya and Karakoram region.

Australian state to pump oxygen into rivers as fish die

Up to a million dead fish were found floating last week in the Darling River in western New South Wales state and the state government announced that 1,800 more rotting fish had since been found in Lake Hume in the state's south.

Greenhouse gas emissions rise like a ‘speeding freight train’ in 2018

Worldwide, carbon emissions are expected to increase by 2.7 per cent in 2018, according to the new research, which was published by the Global Carbon Project, a group of 100 scientists from more than 50 academic and research institutions.

Extreme weather events killed over 70,000 people in India, 5.2 lakh across world in 20 years: Report

In the 20-year period between 1998 and 2017, India lost, on an average, 3,660 people every year, with a total of 73,212 casualties.

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Greenland residents grapple with global warming

As scientists study the threats posed by a warming climate, some of the immediate effects of climate change have been a double-edged sword for some in and around Tasiilaq.

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Climate change is real and it is making hurricanes worse. Here's how

Rising ocean temperatures have fueled some of the most devastating storms in recent years. Kendra Pierre-Louis, a reporter on The New York Times’s climate team, explains how.

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