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The yawning gap between the cost of adapting to climate change and the finance available is becoming a chasm, experts warn ahead of COP28.
Climate change could push species over abrupt tipping points, forcing them to move to cooler regions or evolve to adapt which they are unlikely to do in short timeframes, finds a study.
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The world suffered more record-breaking floods, droughts, typhoons, and heatwaves that caused widespread human and economic destruction. Scientists said climate change was largely to blame.
Villagers are creating forests in the cold desert to help curb climate change, but experts say it hurts delicate ecosystems.
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Respect for human rights must form the basis of any effort to reduce acute hunger – it is the only way to create a sustainable and equitable food system.
South Asia climate migration
With South Asia set to bear the brunt of global heating, we must understand the realities and nuances of climate-induced migration in the region to chart the way forward.
Now that the developed world has finally accepted a degree of financial responsibility for the loss and damage caused by climate change, the broader climate debate will henceforth turn on the question of liability.
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Droughts are becoming more frequent and severe due to climate change and land degradation. Building national and regional risk management systems that can endure what is coming will require political will and more international cooperation.
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