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Is Anyone Listening? The Big Thing About Climate Change You Need to Hear Before 2023 | The Quint

Is Anyone Listening? The Big Thing About Climate Change You Need to Hear Before 2023 | The Quint

Over the course of 2022, climate change-related disasters have wreaked havoc worldwide. Reports have estimated that the total damages due to extreme weather events are already $38.4 billion globally. We take a look at the major disasters that hit us this year and how little we have done to deal …

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Global Warming: रिपोर्ट में खुलासा, 'साल 2040 तक सूखे की चपेट में होगी दुनिया'

2040 तक दुनिया की करीब एक तिहाई कृषि भूमि सूखे की चपेट में होगी. यही नहीं रिपोर्ट के भविष्य में यह समस्या और गंभीर रूप ले सकती है क्योंकि जिस तरह से वैश्विक आबादी में वृद्धि हो रही है उसके चलते 2050 तक भोजन की कमी को पूरा करने के …

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Chris St. Clair: How Has Canada's Climate Changed? | The Agenda

Chris St. Clair: How Has Canada's Climate Changed? | The Agenda

Over the last quarter-century, major weather events have rippled through Canada from coast to coast. To put these increasingly extreme weather events in context, we welcome Chris St. Clair, presenter at The Weather Network, and author of “Weather Permitting: Twenty-Five Years of Ice Storms, Hurricanes, Wildfires, and Extreme Climate Change …

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Climate change: Experts blame global warming for the extreme heat • FRANCE 24 English

Climate experts warn that global warming has increased the frequency of extreme weather events, with studies showing that drought and heat waves tied to climate change have also made wildfires harder to fight. FRANCE 24’s International Affairs Editor Philip Turle tells us more. #heatwave #wildfires #climate 🔔 Subscribe to France …

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Climate change is a serious threat to 11,000 species of plants, animals and fungi, says a new study

Climate change is a serious threat to 11,000 species of plants, animals and fungi, says a new study

The data is published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red list of threatened species. The Komodo dragon, the largest lizard in the world, is going to lose 30% of its population in the next 45 years. Rising temperatures and the subsequent rise in sea levels are considered …

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Climate change: Europe heat sparks harmful ozone pollution, 'extreme' fire risk • FRANCE 24

Climate change: Europe heat sparks harmful ozone pollution, 'extreme' fire risk • FRANCE 24

Record temperatures, which scientists say are driven by climate change, are predicted in France and Britain Tuesday as suffocating heat that has gripped southwest Europe and sparked ferocious wildfires moves northwards. François Gemenne, a specialist in environmental geopolitics and migration dynamics, joined us on set. #globalwarming #climatechange #planet 🔔 Subscribe …

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Beyond extreme weather: How the climate crisis changes life on Earth | News Desk

Beyond extreme weather: How the climate crisis changes life on Earth | News Desk

Extreme weather events are making the news more and more often, everything from droughts to floods. Climate change also affects us in other ways: shifting shorelines, declining agricultural productivity, food supply chains, water availability and population health. And whether you believe humans are the cause or not, it looks like …

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How Climate Change Is Increasing the Risk of a MegaFlood

How Climate Change Is Increasing the Risk of a MegaFlood

In this video, Daniel L. Swain, Ph.D, a climate scientist from UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability talks about how climate change is increasing the risk of a megaflood and how it will affect civil engineers going forward. #climatechange #megafloods #civilengineering You can view the show notes for this …

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Report shows devastating economic impact of rising sea levels along American coast

Report shows devastating economic impact of rising sea levels along American coast

For years, scientists have warned about the dangerous consequences of climate change, and many dire outcomes are more urgent than most people realize. A new report shows sea-level rise will threaten homes and properties in hundreds of counties along the coast of the United States. As William Brangham reports, it …

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