Austria swears in coalition government with strengthened climate plan

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Australia’s bushfires to cost billions as climate risks rise

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Into another decade – Climate Weekly

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How to talk about climate change with family and friends over the holidays

Discussing climate change with friends and family can at times feel daunting. But following a few simple principles can help navigate the conversation ...

2019 in review: Polarised world entering era of climate impacts

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Today, shipping is taking responsibility for our role in the climate crisis

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Kenya places climate disorder at centre of UN security council bid

Facing internal pressure and transboundary tensions over water, Kenya says it will progress climate security issues if it wins Africa's seat The post Kenya places...

For the vulnerable, UN climate talks are no longer fit for purpose

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Finally saying the F-words at UN climate talks 

International negotiations have always focused on carbon emissions, not the coal, oil and gas that create them. That's changing The post Finally saying the F-words...

How Cop25 turned its back on climate action

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