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Climate Change

England’s grim milestone: Record Heatwave claims over 4,500 Lives in 2022

In a concerning trend, England witnessed a staggering surge in heat-related deaths in 2022, with a record-breaking toll of over 4,500 lives lost due to soaring temperatures. This alarming figure marks the highest level ever recorded, underscoring the escalating impact of climate change on public health.

Japan to release Fukushima Wastewater into Pacific by August 24: A Comprehensive Analysis

Officials announced today that Japan will begin releasing treated radioactive water from Fukushima into the ocean on August 24, just two days later, following the months of heightened public anxiety and pushback from many neighboring countries.

Welcome to the “Era of Global Boiling”: July 2023 Hottest month ever recorded

In a stark warning to the world, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres proclaimed that the era of global warming has drawn to a close, and a new and alarming phase, the "era of global boiling," has emerged.

“Underground Climate Change”: Major US city of Chicago is Sinking in Ground

A recent study conducted by scientists at Northwestern University in Illinois has issued a warning that Downtown Chicago is facing a concerning issue of subsurface heat islands due to underground climate change, which is contributing to the sinking of buildings.

Barbados PM leading the global climate finance debate

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley emerged as a formidable advocate for reshaping the role of global financial institutions as she addressed over 50 world leaders at the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact in Paris. The high-stakes meeting, hosted by France on June 22 and 23, aimed to tackle the pressing challenge of bridging the climate finance gap for developing nations.

UN members adopt first-ever Treaty to Protect Marine Life in the High Seas

The United Nations (UN) adopted a landmark international treaty to govern the high seas and protect marine life in high seas on Monday, after nearly two decades of intense negotiations. "Treaty of the High Seas" is the first-ever legally binding global agreement to protect oceanic biodiversity and to combat climate change.

Controversies surround Bonn Climate Change Conference as fossil fuel phasedown takes center stage

The Bonn Climate Change Conference, a pivotal 10-day gathering from June 05, has been marred by controversy as stakeholders engage in intense discussions. However, the ultimate test lies in whether the talks can deliver a comprehensive program for the upcoming COP28 Dubai Summit.
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