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Super funds and investors with $34tn urge leaders to speed up climate action Fund managers call on world leaders to bring in carbon pricing and phase out coal power ahead of G20.

FACTS vs OPINIONS: Johor Air Quality's Impacts on Singapore Taman Mawar area of Johor's Pasir Gudang town has been facing a lot of environmental issues lately. It started off with illegal disposal of waste at the river, causing severe water quality problem. 3 people were convicted of the criminal act, but the damage is already done.

Captured On Film Pt 1 : Film Photography and The Extinction Rebellion. It's been a crowded few weeks at the school of art where I'm working on my MA. The end of the semester has blown past, the exhibitions have been mounted, the exams and assessments have come and gone. And now the undergraduates are gone for the summer, leaving the postgrads and staff to raise the occasional echo in the corridors.

Regional Climate Change Predictions We need to know what's happening, so we can be prepared. I'm not saying it's time to start prepping your bunker, but I would like to know if my neighborhood should consider moving to higher ground or stock up on maple syrup. The Dailey Sun~Chronicles.

Exclusive: Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change action LONDON - Investors managing more than $34 trillion in assets, nearly half the world's invested capital, are demanding urgent action from governments on climate change, piling pressure on leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies meeting this week.

Britain led the world on climate change - now we must do it again Today is a significant day in parliament. MPs are expecting thousands of people from nearly every constituency in the UK to come to Westminster to meet us. What unites these people with the firefighters, surfers, schoolchildren, faith leaders, doctors and many other professions who will be coming to parliament?

Climate change threatens Acropolis and other ancient Greek monuments Climate change is threatening ancient Greek monuments, among them the Acropolis, one of the most-visited archaeological sites in the world, scientists said. Air pollution and acid rain are eroding marbles, while extreme weather phenomena such as droughts or torrential rains have led ancient walls and temples to develop structural problems.

France postpones national diploma exams as Europe endures 'record' heatwave Tourists wilted in Paris and Rome, Germans were forced to slow down on notoriously speedy autobahns and French schools postponed exams on Tuesday as Europe felt the brunt of a scorching heatwave expected to last all week and break records.

'Climate apartheid' to push 120 million into poverty by 2030, UN says The world is facing a "climate apartheid" between the rich who can protect themselves and the poor who are left behind, the UN has warned.

Fitted With Sensors, Antarctic Seals Track Water Temperatures Scientists have outfitted an army of Antarctic pinnipeds with trackers to monitor warming oceans.

Florida news outlets partnering for climate change reporting Six Florida news outlets are partnering to create the Florida Climate Reporting Network to increase climate reporting across the state, the Miami Herald announced Monday.

Climate change: Communities hold the key to disaster preparedness Far too often, we've witnessed the lingering effects of disasters and the impact that has on communities for years after an event. In fact, many communities across the U.S. are still in some stage of recovery from large-scale events that happened years ago.

Wildfires fueled by climate change will mean shorter lives for many Americans Climate change in the Western U.S. means more intense and frequent wildfires churning out smoke that scientists say will cause a jump in premature deaths.

World Headed For 'Climate Apartheid,' UN Expert Warns - HuffPost Australia #Auspol #Qldpol #StopAdani Stop Stealing our children's future! #ClimateStr The climate crisis threatens human rights and could push another 120 million people into poverty by 2030, a U.N. report says. When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the U.S. East Coast in October 2012, low-income communities in New York and New Jersey were the hardest hit.

What truths can we learn from Big Little Lies' climate change episode? They felt it was "outside of their subject area." But Big Little Lies is all about conflict and ~drama~, so of course it centers around opposing approaches to addressing climate in the classroom.

Young protesters at DNC headquarters demand debate on climate crisis DNC has declined to hold a climate-specific debate even as Democratic voters rank rising temperatures as a top priority.

Trump administration replaces Obama-era Clean Power Plan The Trump administration's Environmental Protection Agency declared a new carbon pollution policy last Wednesday. The policy, called the Affordable Clean Energy rule, replaces the Obama Administration's Clean Power Plan. The CPP aimed to reduce national emissions by 32% below 2005 levels, by 2030.

Everything Is So Insanely Dumb and It's Going to Kill Us An update on the current regime's attitude towards the climate crisis.

It's time to stop talking about the Paris Agreement and start acting on it - Euronews #ClimateEmergency #Auspol #Qldpol #ClimateStrike #StopAdani Stop The window for action on the Paris Agreement is closing. Governments and businesses have a responsibility to invest in a just transition to a safer, fairer, cleaner energy system, and ecosystem restoration and recovery. By Jennifer Morgan.

Trump Administration Buries Studies Proving Effects of Climate Change As far as climate change goes, the ethos of the Trump White House has been: out of sight, out of mind-let's bury those reports. SEE ALSO: Fighting Climate Change Can Be a Lucrative Investing Strategy.

Reef grief: Some tourists already mourning loss of Great Barrier Reef #Auspol #Qldpol #ClimateStrike #StopAdani #ClimateEmergency #ExtinctionRebellion Reef grief: Some tourists already mourning loss of Great Barrier Reef. "We can't personally intervene, but we can experience the emotional impact of these events." The study examined more than 4600 people's attitudes to the reef both before and after major coral bleaching events in 2016 and 2017.

France failing to tackle climate emergency, report says Stark warning comes as UK commits to net zero emissions target for 2050.

Packer poll: What is your level of concern about climate change? The subject of climate change attracts headlines and attention with every season of extreme heat or cold, flooding and drought. What effect, if any, will there be from climate change on agriculture and fresh produce crops? Here is the lasted poll from The Packer:.

Oregon Republicans are in hiding to avoid voting on a climate bill. They might succeed. A top Oregon Senate Democrat on Tuesday flinched in the face of a Republican walkout, acknowledging that there are not enough votes to pass a major bill to address climate change. "House Bill 2020 does not have the votes on the Senate floor," said Senate President Peter Courtney Tuesday morning in an admission of defeat.

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