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Written by: Kimberly White It has been nearly three months since the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their jarring findings in the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report. We have twelve years to limit the impacts of climate change or the world...
Written by: Kimberly White Often referred to as “the last frontier,” Alaska has become one of the first frontiers of climate change impacts. Melting sea ice and permafrost are changing the landscape. The once snow-covered tundra has been hit twice as hard as...
Written by: Kimberly White During the United Nations climate change conference COP24, the Scottish Government announced their intention to join the Powering Past Coal Alliance. The Powering Past Coal Alliance is a global alliance of national and sub-national governments, businesses and organizations focused...
Courtesy of UN News Centre Header image: UN Photo/Cia Pak: To mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, a 10-minute film introducing the Sustainable Development Goals is projected onto the UN Headquarters, Secretariat and General Assembly buildings. The projection...
Written by: Kimberly White When one thinks of solutions to climate change, immediate thoughts may be expanding renewable energy use, reducing deforestation, or opting for EVs vs. traditional vehicles. However, there is another powerful key in the fight against the climate crisis that...
Written by: Kimberly White It is that time of year again- World Environment Day! Celebrated every year on June 5th, the United Nation’s biggest annual event to promote and advocate for positive environmental action takes the global stage again...
Written by: Kimberly White  The UN Climate Change Conference, COP25, has officially been moved to Spain. Initially set to take place in Santiago, Chile, COP25 will take place at the scheduled time from December 2nd-13th in Madrid. “We are pleased to...
Written by: Dana Nuccitelli A respected research group, Project Drawdown, finds that deploying solutions consistent with meeting the Paris climate targets would cost tens of trillions of dollars globally. But crucially, those outlays would also yield long-term savings many times larger...
Written by: Kimberly White BP has announced it will cut oil and gas production 40 percent over the next decade.  The announcement follows the oil giant's reported $16.8 billion quarterly loss. Fossil fuel consumption has fallen drastically amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  The...
Written by: Rahma Diaa After Egyptian farmer Muhammad El-Desouki lost more than half of his tomato crop to a long heatwave, he no longer thinks about climate change as a future problem. El-Desouki’s farm lies north of Cairo, in Menoufia, a governorate that...
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