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(Reuters) - Australia's government should increase its efforts to phase out coal or else climate change will dramatically damage the country's economy, Selwin Hart, the United Nations special adviser on climate change, said on Sunday.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canadians are demanding decisive action from leaders to tackle climate change after a summer of extreme weather intensified environmental concerns, making it the No. 1 issue in September's snap election, polling data shows.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Social Democrats will pick a new leader in November to replace Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, needing to find a flag-bearer who can convince voters the party can stop a tide of gang violence and restore the welfare state after the pandemic.
The looming global catastrophe of climate change is barreling toward us and likely to wreak more damage than the pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Tough economic times are the best time for companies or individuals to invest in solar photovoltaic systems, says the Sustainable Energy Development Authority (Seda).
WOBURN SANDS, England (Reuters) - Jude Walker, an 11-year-old boy, is on an odyssey he hopes will help save the planet: he is walking to London from northern England in a bid to garner support for a carbon tax to tackle carbon emissions.
(Reuters) - Geoengineering science is advancing, but the question remains - should we use it?
GENEVA (Reuters) - After spending hundreds of hours in virtual meetings to complete this week's major U.N. climate report, scientists Piers Forster and Joeri Rogelj celebrated in a way their peers could not: by hugging.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - A small group of protesters on Tuesday painted slogans in support of climate action on Australia's parliament and the prime minister's residence, as the government failed to give assurances of stronger targets to reduce carbon emissions.