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A car floats down a flood torrent in New South Wales, Australia
Global insured losses from natural catastrophes in first half of 2022 have reached US$35 billion, 22 per cent above the average of past ten years. The flooding that hit Australia in February broke a new record for the country's insurance industry.
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'Slomads' are considering climate change as they mix work with travel in an eco-conscious manner to reduce their carbon footprint.
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Climate-linked strife now ravishing Mali, Venezuela and Syria could play out in vulnerable countries such as Indonesia, India, Vietnam and even China, a new report warns. Rich countries are not immune.
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Climate hazards such as heatwaves and droughts could exacerbate security risks worldwide, says a new report by Verisk Maplecroft.
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Europe Opinion

Censuses that exclude the queer community alienate a large part of the population

Policy & Finance

Counting queers

Any population survey that does not include the LGBTQ+ community will not accurately represent its citizenry.
G7 2022
A major reason why climate policies fail is that they don't account for social factors, such as the sense of resentment felt by the economically displaced. But a new global initiative by the G7 seeks to address this problem head-on.
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High imported fuel prices and limited global supplies make liquified natural gas projects increasingly uncompetitive.
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Switching menus so meat is not the default option dramatically reduces meat consumption. But will the effects last?
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Europe Videos

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Diamonds aren't just for engagement rings and cutting tools—they can bring light to dark places.
Greenpeace ad used by Iceland in the United Kingdom has been banned for being political.
The ad, which was made by Greenpeace and rebadged by Iceland, was blocked from airing on television by the UK's ad watchdog because it broke rules on political advertising. Iceland says it is not anti-palm oil, 'we are anti-deforestation.'
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DONG Energy’s shift to 100 per cent renewable energy marks another important step in the global transition away from fossil fuels.
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Together it stands, divided it falls. EU, through its environment ministers, had agreed to ratify the Paris Agreement through a process that would enable individual countries to send their instruments of ratification directly to the UN.
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Europe Podcasts

Circular economy
EB Studio Clarissa Morawski from non-profit Reloop tells the Eco-Business podcast why the circular economy is key to the post-Covid recovery.
Can electronic dance music drive climate action?
When sweaty revellers are cutting shapes on the dance floor, can they be inspired to think about climate change? Dilo and Robin Perkins from DJs For Climate Action tell the Eco-Business Podcast how dance music can drive climate action.
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EB Studio Eco-Business talks to 'Aulani Wilhelm of Conservation International about why a plan to protect the ocean is critical, and why it might just work.
Eco-Business Podcast with Assaad Razzouk
Eco-Business talks to 'angry clean energy guy' Assaad Razzouk about the flaws in much-hyped climate change solutions, and how to fix them.
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