At least 33 million children out of school as intense heatwaves hit Bangladesh At least 33 million children out of school as intense heatwaves hit Bangladesh
At least 33 million children are out of school in Bangladesh amid heatwaves after temperatures soar.Thousands of Bangladeshis...
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‘So hot you can’t breathe’: Extreme heat hits the Philippines ‘So hot you can’t breathe’: Extreme heat hits the Philippines
Extreme heat scorched the Philippines on Wednesday, forcing schools in some areas to suspend in-person classes and prompting...
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Dubai floods expose global weaknesses to a rapidly changing climate Dubai floods expose global weaknesses to a rapidly changing climate
The heavy rains that flooded Dubai this week halted air traffic, damaged buildings and streets — and left climate experts and...
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‘Worst dengue season’: UN tells Latin America, Caribbean to prepare for epidemic ‘Worst dengue season’: UN tells Latin America, Caribbean to prepare for epidemic
Latin America and the Caribbean should prepare for their worst dengue season ever, as global warming and the El Nino climate...
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Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser says energy transition strategy ‘visibly failing’ Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser says energy transition strategy ‘visibly failing’
Pointing to the still paltry share of renewable energy in global supply, the head of Saudi Aramco described the current energy...
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Climate change fuels spread of deadly diseases, scientists warn Climate change fuels spread of deadly diseases, scientists warn
Climate change is accelerating the spread of deadly infectious diseases such as malaria and dengue fever beyond their traditional...
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UN warns planet ‘on the brink’ after warmest decade on record     UN warns planet ‘on the brink’ after warmest decade on record    
Global temperatures “smashed” heat records last year, as heatwaves stalked oceans and glaciers suffered record ice loss, the...
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Protect Earth instead of colonizing Mars, former US President Barack Obama says Protect Earth instead of colonizing Mars, former US President Barack Obama says
Humanity must preserve Earth before dreaming of colonizing Mars because even nuclear war and unbridled climate change cannot make...
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Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in grip of ‘mass bleaching event’ Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in grip of ‘mass bleaching event’
A “mass bleaching event” is unfolding on Australia’s famed Great Barrier Reef, authorities said Friday, as warming seas threaten...
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February marks ninth straight month of record-breaking global heat: Report   February marks ninth straight month of record-breaking global heat: Report
Last month was the warmest February on record globally, the ninth straight month of historic high temperatures across the planet...
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El Nino weakens but will keep temperatures high, UN weather agency says  El Nino weakens but will keep temperatures high, UN weather agency says 
The El Nino weather pattern has begun to weaken but will continue to fuel above average temperatures across the globe, the World...
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Azerbaijan to focus on mobilizing finance, increasing collaborations: COP29 President Azerbaijan to focus on mobilizing finance, increasing collaborations: COP29 President
COP29 President Mukhtar Babayev called for increased collaboration between countries, international organizations and the private...
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Colombian mission to Antarctica analyzes climate change footprints     Colombian mission to Antarctica analyzes climate change footprints
Colombia’s 10th Antarctic Expedition is making its way to the far reaches of the continent, exploring remote and almost untouched...
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Expected CO2 levels in 2024 threaten 1.5C warming limit: Met Office                  Expected CO2 levels in 2024 threaten 1.5C warming limit: Met Office
Increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere this year will exceed key trajectories for limiting warming to 1.5C, Britain’s Met...
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UN climate chief urges more action on greenhouse gases                        UN climate chief urges more action on greenhouse gases
The world needs to take far more action to slash greenhouse gas emissions, with soaring temperatures a huge concern, the new head...
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Five dead in US storms, country girds for more fierce weather Five dead in US storms, country girds for more fierce weather
Swaths of the United States braced for more snow and punishingly low temperatures Wednesday as millions in the east dug out from a...
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Slovenian rescuers free five trapped deep inside flooded cave Slovenian rescuers free five trapped deep inside flooded cave
Slovenian rescuers on Monday evacuated five people trapped deep inside a flooded underground cave since Saturday, the head of the...
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Heavy storms bring flooding to southeast Australia Heavy storms bring flooding to southeast Australia
First responders rescued more than 20 people from flooding in Australia’s Victoria state on Monday, and officials warned of...
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Extreme cold grips Nordic countries as floods hit western Europe Extreme cold grips Nordic countries as floods hit western Europe
Europe experienced stark weather contrasts on Wednesday, with extreme cold and snowstorms disrupting transportation and closing...
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Sweden faces coldest weather in 25 years Sweden faces coldest weather in 25 years
Sweden on Wednesday recorded its coldest January night in 25 years, with a reading of minus 43.6 degrees Celsius in the far north...
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2023 set to be UK’s second-hottest year: Met Office        2023 set to be UK’s second-hottest year: Met Office
Climate change is influencing UK temperature records over the long term, says Met Office senior scientist
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