Tag Archives: ClimateAction

Businesses urged to increase their resiliance to climate change

Businesses urged to increase their resiliance to climate change

Researchers from the University of Cambridge are urging businesses to increase their resilience to prepare for extreme weather events caused by climate change.  Findings from the Cambridge Climate Change Business Risk index have shown that climate change could add around 20% to the global cost of extreme weather events by …

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Fieldnotes: Uncovering the wildlife-climate connection

Fieldnotes: Uncovering the wildlife-climate connection

Fieldnotes is WWF-Canada’s newsletter about our science-based work finding solutions in the face of an unprecedented crisis in climate change and wildlife loss. Please click here to subscribe and get future issues emailed direct to your inbox. A lone Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) dwarfed by surrounding trees and mountains …

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Rainbow warriors: how queer movements can inspire climate activists

Rainbow warriors: how queer movements can inspire climate activists

In the last sixty years, the LGBTQ+ community has experienced a rapid shift in terms of the rights and privileges that some, but far from all, queer people now have. Younger millennials like me who enjoy these hard-won privileges now struggle to imagine what our lives would have been like …

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The Spectacular Finale of Mad Mike

The Spectacular Finale of Mad Mike

Michael “Mad Mike” Hughes was an enigma on a mission — to inspire and to upend. The 64-year-old daredevil limo driver taught himself rocket science, crowdfunded the money to build his own steam-powered rocket out of spare parts and launched himself into the sky three times. He was also a …

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How a Portland nonprofit is using artificial intelligence to help save whales, giraffes, zebras

How a Portland nonprofit is using artificial intelligence to help save whales, giraffes, zebras

To the untrained eye, zebras in Kenya probably all look alike. But each animal’s black and white markings are like a fingerprint, distinct — and invaluable for scientists who need to track the animals and information about them, including their births, deaths, health and migration patterns. Traditionally, getting this kind …

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Fire Fallout: How Ash and Debris Are Choking Australia’s Rivers

Fire Fallout: How Ash and Debris Are Choking Australia’s Rivers

Walking through the Bogandyera Nature Reserve, Luke Pearce, a fisheries manager for the Australian state of New South Wales, gestured down a steep hillside and described the scene three days after a wildfire roared through the area on January 11. “There were dead animals all through here,” he said, recalling …

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Greta Thunberg in Bristol: Tens of thousands expected to join youth climate protest

Greta Thunberg in Bristol: Tens of thousands expected to join youth climate protest

Tens of thousands of people are expected to join campaigner Greta Thunberg for a youth climate change protest in Bristol. The 17-year-old activist is due to address a crowd of school pupils and university students on 28 February before joining a march around the city to highlight the danger to the …

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