From Arthur to Theta, hurricane season beats records

2020 becomes the year with the highest number of cyclones in the Atlantic ocean, surpassing 2005 when devastating Katrina occurred

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Planetary ‘safety net’ could halt wildlife loss and slow climate breakdown

This Guardian article shares a newly proposed blueprint to protecting biodiversity and limiting climate change

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Understanding Climate Driven Migration

Using sophisticated models, current examples and extensive research, this article details how climate change may drive global migration patterns into the future.

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Contribute to the Earth Inventory with The Explorers

The Explorers is taking an inventory of the Earth's natural, cultural and human heritage and wonders, through contributions of a community of people posting photos and videos.

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What the Coronavirus Means for Climate Change

Lockdowns and distancing won’t save the world from warming. But amid this crisis, we have a chance to build a better future.

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European Green Deal gets an upgrade by MEPs

Parliament today backed the European Green Deal proposed by the Commission in December, and demanded higher ambition, on several key issues, such as biodiversity, deforestation, oceans and agriculture

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Australia fires: A visual guide to the bushfires and extreme heat

The massive bushfires in Australia are being fueled by record-breaking temperatures. Climate change may be one reason to explain the severity and intensity of the fires, experts say.

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Australia bushfires factcheck: are this year's fires unprecedented?

Conservative commentators have pointed to a long history of bushfires to suggest there is nothing unusual about this season. Experts disagree.

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Climate change: Spain offers to host COP25 in Madrid

Just a day after the President of Chile said his country could no longer hold the world's annual climate conference, Spain has offered to host it in Madrid.

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12 years to limit climate change catastrophe

Urgent changes needed to cut risk of extreme heat, drought, floods and poverty, says IPCC.

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