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Dire global warming impacts distract from even more dire warnings

By Eric Roston Extreme weather continues to swell like US coastlines during high tide. And with it comes the realization that the climate changes we were warned about are already here. For decades the core question in the public debate over global warming was: Will all these scientific projections come true? Now, Britain has hadContinue reading “Dire global warming impacts distract from even more dire warnings”

Is the Top a Flop

We are in an era of upheaval, termed by some as a polycrisis, and Cop27 was never itself going to resolve the biggest of these – the climate emergency. Indeed, the most significant recent progress may well have already happened far from Sharm El-Sheikh, in the form of the American midterm elections and the rapprochement between the US and China, the two world’s largest emitters, on climate issues at the G20 in Bali.

Composted Reads for 15 November 2022

It’s time to ditch the generations-long argument between those who blame overpopulation and those who worry about consumption

What was at stake in Sharm El-Sheikh

Whilst the cost of inaction is far, far greater than the cost of inaction for many countries, it was difficult to come to an agreement to contribute to a fund helping those countries most affected by pollution from the industrial and most polluting countries.

Are we going from purgatory to hell

People should come to know that we are in the fight of our lives facing climate change which is the defining issue of our age, the central challenge of our century in which the industrialised countries should pay for the damage done to the poor countries..

Gaan we van een vagevuur naar een hel

De landen van het zuidelijk halfrond kijken uit naar de verantwoordelijkheid die de geïndustrialiseerde landen zouden moeten nemen en hoe er een schadevergoeding kan geregeld worden om de milieuschade te dekken.

The Telegraph in the morning of 2022 November 01

The Telegraph’s Frontpage for 2022 November 01

Sweet celebration: Sydney’s ‘little India’ lights up as crowds turn out for Diwali

As the diaspora grows in the city’s west, more and more people are dressing up and turning out to share the joy of good company and delicious desserts.

Ban Ki-moon called for ramping up adaptation measures to climate disasters happening around the world

In the first week of September, Louise Boyle spoke with Ban Ki-moon, former secretary general of the United Nations, about the worsening impacts of the climate crisis and upcoming climate summit, Cop27, in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

Chris Price’s selection for 2022/10/13 news events

2022 Thursday 13th October review by the Telegraph