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TEHRAN, August 21 - Members of a Peruvian-American scientific expedition have been able to extract four samples of ancient ice from the snow-capped Huascaran mountain, the highest summit in Peru, in hopes it will contribute to new information on climate change .
News ID: 43286    Publish Date : 2019/08/21

TEHRAN, Aug 03 - The battle to combat climate change will “succeed or fail” based on what happens in Asia, where growing energy needs are increasing demand for fossil fuels, UN officials said Friday.
News ID: 42661    Publish Date : 2019/08/03

TEHRAN, Jul 10 - Hunger is growing and the world is not on track to end extreme poverty by 2030 and meet other U.N. goals, mainly because progress is being undermined by the impact of climate change and increasing inequality, a U.N. report said Tuesday.
News ID: 41801    Publish Date : 2019/07/10

TEHRAN, Jun 12 - Climate change poses a threat to peace in countries around the world in the coming decade, according to an annual peace index released on Wednesday that factored in the risk from global warming for the first time.
News ID: 40614    Publish Date : 2019/06/12

TEHRAN, May 28 - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law a carbon tax to cut emissions in the continent's worst polluter, the treasury said Monday.
News ID: 39978    Publish Date : 2019/05/28

TEHRAN, May 12 - U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Sunday that the political will to fight climate change seems to be fading at the same time as things are getting worse for those feeling the effects.
News ID: 39215    Publish Date : 2019/05/12

TEHRAN, Apr 25 - Climate change activists climbed onto the roof of a train at Canary Wharf's Docklands Light Railway station in London as part of the 11th day of direct action aimed at pushing politicians to take more radical measures to protect the environment.
News ID: 38443    Publish Date : 2019/04/25

TEHRAN, Apr 20 - A young climate change activist who had superglued his hands to the mast of the pink boat occupying London's Oxford Circus was removed and arrested on Friday as part of police efforts to stop the blockade and remove the boat from the street.
News ID: 38124    Publish Date : 2019/04/20

TEHRAN, Apr 17 - Environmental activists in the UK vowed to disrupt London underground train services in a third day of action on Wednesday in a bid to force the British government to take more radical measures to avert what they cast as an imminent global climate cataclysm.
News ID: 38008    Publish Date : 2019/04/17

TEHRAN, Apr 07 - Former US president Barack Obama, visiting Berlin on Saturday, hailed weekly protests by youths against climate change , saying "the sooner you start, the better."
News ID: 37522    Publish Date : 2019/04/07

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - In the space of just two weeks, two large icebergs broke off the Grey Glacier in Chilean Patagonia -- a sign of accelerating climate change , experts say.
News ID: 36845    Publish Date : 2019/03/16

TEHRAN, Mar 14 - Leaders and experts say Africa must find its own solutions to mitigate the impacts of climate change .
News ID: 36802    Publish Date : 2019/03/14

TEHRAN, Mar 11 - Over 35,000 protesters gathered in Amsterdam despite poor weather conditions on Sunday, urging the Netherlands’ government to take stronger action against climate change .
News ID: 36616    Publish Date : 2019/03/11

TEHRAN, Mar 04 - Hitting back at the president of his sport's governing body, Swiss skier Daniel Yule will give his prize money this month to an athlete-backed charity campaigning against climate change .
News ID: 36275    Publish Date : 2019/03/04

TEHRAN, Mar 01 - Thousands of students in the German port city of Hamburg marched out of school on Friday led by teenage Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg to call for more action on climate change .
News ID: 36090    Publish Date : 2019/03/01

TEHRAN, November 24 -Climate change will have a far-reaching affect on the U.S. if more is not done to combat it, according to the Fourth National Climate Assessment by the U.S. Global Change Research Program.
News ID: 31923    Publish Date : 2018/11/24

TEHRAN, November 18 - Thousands of environmental activists have taken to the streets in London to protests the British government’s “inaction” on climate change .
News ID: 31655    Publish Date : 2018/11/18

TEHRAN, October 29 - China sent its first ever satellite built in partnership with another country into space on Monday, a device tasked with helping scientists better predict dangerous cyclones and climate change by monitoring ocean surface winds and waves.
News ID: 30779    Publish Date : 2018/10/29

TEHRAN, September 03 - Wildfires in the US have charred more than 10,000 square miles (26,000 square km) so far this year, an area larger than the state of Maryland, with large fires still burning in every Western state including many that are not fully contained.
News ID: 28332    Publish Date : 2018/09/03

TEHRAN, April 30 - The United Nations has called on world countries to redouble efforts and take a dramatic action to halt global warming before it is too late.
News ID: 22333    Publish Date : 2018/04/30