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Shell says doing more to rein in global warming is 'unrealistic'

Though oil companies do a lot more than other businesses to contribute to global warming, Shell thinks it’s doing just enough to fight global warming. Ahead of its annual meeting next month, its notice document filed with the Securities and Exchange ... [2013 chars]

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Climate change will cost world $38 trillion per year by 2050, reduce world income by 19%: Study

The economic cost to limit the global warming to within 2C of the pre-industrial level by 2050 would be less than a sixth of the cost of the estimated damage if the 2C threshold is breached, according to the study The economic cost of climate change ... [3382 chars]

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Anglerfish entered the midnight zone 55 million years ago and thrived by becoming sexual parasites

Deep sea anglerfish like Ceratias holboelli colonized the midnight zone and became sexual parasites after a global warming event millions of years ago. Anglerfish first colonized the ocean's midnight zone 55 million years ago, during a period of extr... [4462 chars]

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Climate change and global warming come with increasing economic cost to individuals

CNN — Record-breaking heat waves, severe floods and acute wildfires, exacerbated by climate change, carry a colossal price tag: an approximately 19% reduction in global income over just the next 26 years, a new study published Wednesday found. That f... [5110 chars]

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80% of India to get above-average rainfall, La Nina to start around August, says IMD

IMD chief M. Mohapatra also said that according to their calculations, La Nina, the weather phenomenon that strengthens trade winds over the Pacific Ocean and affects climate worldwide, would start sometime in August or September. Announcing its fore... [3286 chars]

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Is corporate PR duping us and derailing solutions to global warming and chronic diseases?

The problem with corporate lobbyists jostling for space to influence everyone from politicians to policymakers … is that they are good at what they do. Photograph: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg One of the standout aspects of the Cop28 global summit in Dub... [8083 chars]

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Could B.C. wine country be a future oasis for premium grapes?

Study says B.C. among regions positioned to benefit, but extreme weather events remain a threat. It’s too early to tell yet exactly how much damage was done during the January cold snap that hit the Okanagan-Similkameen, but early models show crops y... [2483 chars]

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The world has been its hottest on record for 10 months straight. Scientists can't fully explain why

In short: Leading climate scientists say there is a margin to the extreme heat the world has experienced over the past year that can't be explained by global warming or known climate drivers. Leading climate scientists say there is a margin to the ex... [8179 chars]

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Desperate Nations May Unilaterally Begin Hacking The Global Climate

The historic Paris climate agreement started a mantra from developing countries: "1.5 to stay alive." It refers to the international aim to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.8 Fahrenheit) compared with preindustrial times. But the worl... [7122 chars]

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Mexico’s likely next president is a scientist. Politics has her mostly quiet on climate threats.

That is because as many countries move away from the burning of fossil fuels like oil and gas, which cause climate change, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, one of Mexico’s most popular leaders in generations, has moved his country in the opposi... [5919 chars]