Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Written by: Kate Whiting Images of wildfires scorching trees, hurricanes flattening houses and flash floods upturning cars are the very real - and more frequent - signs of the impact of climate change.
It has been nearly fifty years since the historic UN Conference on the Environment in Stockholm. The 1972 conference was the first of its kind to prioritize environmental issues and represented a turning point in the development...
Written by: The Energy Mix The global pipeline of new coal plant projects has shrunk 76 percent since 2015, a new analysis shows, putting many countries in a good position to carry out UN...
https://youtu.be/YOSq9PtejUA Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI Kimberly WhiteHello and welcome to Common Home Conversations. Today we're joined by Jojo...
Written by: Dr. Pushp Raj Tiwari This year’s Nobel prize in physics has been split between Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi. While Parisi is a theoretical physicist, the...
Written by: Jenessa Duncombe The international treaty that phased out the production of ozone-depleting chemicals has prevented between 0.65°C and 1°C of global warming, according to research. The study also showed...
Written by: Kimberly White  Countries from around the world are calling for an end to new coal power.  During the UN General Assembly, a coalition of seven countries launched the No...
Written by: Kimberly White  The government of Vanuatu has launched an international campaign to seek an advisory opinion on the issue of climate change and human rights from the world's highest court, the International...
Written by: Kimberly White The United States has pledged to double its international climate finance contribution.  The U.S. initially committed to a contribution of $5.7 billion annually at President Biden's Leaders...
Written by: Stephanie Parker This summer, severe consequences of climate change were felt around the world: tornadoes, hurricanes, flash floods and wildfires. In Russia, for example, 2021 has been one of the country's worst wildfire seasons ever. At...

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UN Recognizes the Right to a Healthy Environment in Historic Vote

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