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China must phase out coal immediately to limit global warming

Beijing News 07 Feb 2023
The global phase-out of coal by mid-century is considered vital to the Paris Agreement to limit warming well-below 2C above pre-industrial levels. Under the Paris Agreement, 175 nations agreed to common-but-differentiated responsibilities toward limiting global warming to 1.5-2C above pre-industrial levels.
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Model devised to understand global warming impact on weathering, Earth's thermostat: Study

The Hindu 07 Feb 2023
Rocks, rain and carbon dioxide help control Earth's climate over thousands of years - like a thermostat - through a process called weathering ....
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Glacier Lakes Swollen By Global Warming Threaten Millions

MENA FN 07 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) AFP Paris. Violent flooding from glacier lakes formed or enlarged by climate change threatens at least 15 million people worldwide, most of them in four countries, ... .
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Letter: Cool your home, warm the planet

Chico Enterprise Record 07 Feb 2023
Heat causes global warming, not CO₂ ... Ironically, South Americans increased global warming by running their air conditioners to cool their homes and commercial buildings ... That hot air warms the atmosphere, warms planet Earth. Therefore, more global warming. All of us are causing global warming with the heat we create to stay cool and comfortable inside.
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Guest opinion: John C. Lamb: It’s not too late to make a difference on climate change

Daily Camera 07 Feb 2023
And he spread the gloom of hopelessness in regard to addressing climate change/global warming ... Human-caused climate change/global warming is a scientific fact ... “We must urgently reach net-zero CO2 emissions to keep global warming well below 2 degrees C this century,” concludes a study by Global Carbon Project reported by Pep Canadell, et.
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IPCC report to pull together key climate crisis facts: Jim Skea

Hindustan Times 07 Feb 2023
The report is expected to provide information on historical responsibility for global warming and consumption patterns, Jim Skea, co-chair, Working Group III, IPCC, and professor of sustainable energy at Imperial College London, said in an interview ... far less to global warming.
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Former Australian PM Tony Abbott joins board of UK climate sceptic thinktank

The Guardian 07 Feb 2023
Abbott says ‘we need more genuine science and less groupthink’ in announcing position at Global Warming Policy Foundation Follow our Australia news live ...
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Atmospheric rivers aren’t just a problem for California. They’re changing the Arctic, too

Egypt Independent 07 Feb 2023
Arctic sea ice decline is among the most obvious evidence of global warming from the past several decades,” Pengfei Zhang, the study’s lead author and assistant research professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University, said in a statement ... exacerbating global warming.
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UAE COP president says he's facing challenge with 'humility'

The New Arab 07 Feb 2023
Jaber's appointment to lead the climate summit this year fuelled activists' worries that big industry was hijacking the world's response to the global warming crisis ... On Tuesday, Jaber said that eliminating energy poverty was essnetial alongside keeping the goal of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius alive.
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COP28 President Sultan al-Jaber says he is listening, ready to engage

Arab News 07 Feb 2023
Jaber's appointment to lead the climate summit this year fuelled activists' worries that big industry was hijacking the world's response to the global warming crisis ... On Tuesday, Jaber said that eliminating energy poverty was essential alongside keeping the goal of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius alive.
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We don’t need ‘miracle’ technologies to fix the climate. We have the tools now | ...

The Guardian 07 Feb 2023
Moreover, global warming is already causing catastrophic damage. We have only seven years to eliminate 80% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions – and 12 to 27 years to eliminate the rest – to avoid 1.5C global warming since the 1850 to 1900 period.
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Superbugs are becoming more bulletproof, and global warming could make it worse

Fast Company 07 Feb 2023
Unsubtly titled Bracing for Superbugs, and released Tuesday by the UN Environment Programme, it marks perhaps the global body’s most direct attempt yet to bring attention to the scary feedback loop linking global warming, the increase of antimicrobials in our food ...
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Scientists Take Australian Bureau of Meteorology to Court Over Reliability of Temperature Records

The Epoch Times 07 Feb 2023
The BoM attributed the record-breaking hot temperatures to human-caused global warming, but Marohasy asked whether�at least some of the warming was natural ...

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