Este es el mundo que nos dejan los adultos

No permitiremos que los países industrializados eludan la responsabilidad que les corresponde por el sufrimiento de los niños en otras partes del mundo.
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Climate change is a ‘hammer hitting us on the head,’ developing nations say

Leaders of vulnerable countries, as well as activists, said Monday’s blistering United Nations report must galvanize global action. But major emitters are dragging their heels.
Climate

A hotter future is certain, climate panel warns. But how hot is up to us.

Some devastating impacts of global warming are now unavoidable, a major new scientific report finds. But there is still a short window to stop things from getting even worse.
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Climate

Carbon border tax is proposed by Democrats

Democratic Senators will introduce a plan on Monday to tax iron, steel and other imports from countries without ambitious climate laws.

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Climate

'No one is safe': How the heatwave has battered the wealthy world

Floods swept Germany, fires ravaged the American West and another heat wave loomed, driving home the reality that the world’s richest nations remain unprepared for the intensifying consequences of climate change.
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Climate

Siberian city residents advised to stay home to avoid smoke from wildfires

Smoke from wildfires covered the Siberian city of Yakutsk on Sunday where people were advised by the mayor to stay home and not open windows as the region fights unprecedented blazes the Kremlin blames on climate change.
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Toxics

Great Salt Lake is shrinking fast. Scientists demand action before it becomes a toxic dustbin

Great Salt Lake is also known as America's Dead Sea -- owing to a likeness to its much smaller Middle Eastern counterpart -- but scientists worry the moniker could soon take new meaning.
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Climate

'No one is safe': How the heatwave has battered the wealthy world

Floods swept Germany, fires ravaged the American West and another heat wave loomed, driving home the reality that the world’s richest nations remain unprepared for the intensifying consequences of climate change.
www.thetimes.co.uk
Climate

Editorial: The Times view on flooding and drought: Action on Climate

The scenes of devastation caused by this week’s storms in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands are harrowing. More than 120 people are confirmed dead, and over 1,000 are still missing. Across parts of
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Toxics

Europe plans aggressive new laws to phase out fossil fuels

The proposals, expected Wednesday, are likely to be more ambitious and specific than other countries’ efforts to fight climate change and may include a border tax on imports deemed to be polluting.
www.bostonglobe.com
Climate

As Massachusetts pursues ambitious climate goals, it continues to promote fossil fuels

Massachusetts has ambitious climate goals, and not a lot of time to achieve them, which has some clean energy and climate experts questioning why a state program continues to promote fossil fuels with cash incentives for oil and gas home heating systems.
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Climate

Op-ed: Summer travel post-Covid has arrived. Earth can’t handle it.

The travel industry wants to return to normal, but normal is not sustainable.
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Climate

Rajahmundry: New canal-top solar power project in South India

A canal-top solar power project of one mw capacity at a cost of Rs 8 crore will be coming up on Losari Main Canal at Gollavanitippa village of Bhimavaram rural mandal in West Godavari.

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Climate

Fox News’ planned 24-hour weather channel has climate experts worried

Climate crisis researchers worry about the channel’s reach to perpetuate misinformation and advance political goals
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Justice

Bernard Ferguson: Climate change is destroying my country. The rich world must help

Islands like the Bahamas are paying the price for wealthier nations’ emissions — an injustice crying out for a global remedy.
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Alabama PFAS manufacturing plant creates the climate pollution of 125,000 cars

The manufacturing plant responsible for PFAS-coated fast food packaging pumps out loads of a banned ozone-depleting compound along with "forever chemicals."

LISTEN: EHN's Pittsburgh reporter featured on "We Can Be" podcast

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Weaponization of water in South Asia

Climate change and unbalanced regional political power are driving an ongoing water crisis in Bangladesh.

Global action on harmful PFAS chemicals is long overdue: Study

"We already know enough about the harm being caused by these very persistent substances to take action to stop all non-essential uses and to limit exposure from legacy contamination."

Ocean plastic pollution

Too much plastic is ending up in the ocean — and making its way back onto our dinner plates.

Pennsylvania vows to regulate PFAS in drinking water—again—but regulations are at least two years away

The chemicals, linked to health problems including cancer and thyroid disease, have contaminated drinking water in Pittsburgh communities like Coraopolis and McKeesport.

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