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UN plastics treaty negotiations resume in Paris to protect the environment from worsening impacts of waste worldwide.
Rising temperatures, increased rain and less snowfall are changing the nature of snow in the Himalayas. One consequence is more frequent, more dangerous avalanches, researchers say.
Bihar’s heat action plan contains important strategies but is underfunded and poorly implemented – a theme common across Indian states’ responses to the growing problem of extreme heat, experts say.
The Montreal Protocol – which aims to reduce emissions of ozone-depleting gases – has had the unexpected benefit of slowing Arctic sea ice loss, according to new research.
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More than half the city will be under 1.2 metres of flood waters by the end of this century if action is not taken now.
Greater efforts to limit death and destruction from disasters will help us protect development progress and adapt to climate change.
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Stopping Jakarta sinking cannot happen overnight, but the city is finally taking the action needed to stop groundwater extraction.
Well-told human-interest stories are key to moving readers and prompting climate action. How to write them in China?
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