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Sunday, 19 September 2021 (YJC)_World leaders are returning to the United Nations in New York this week with a focus on boosting efforts to fight both climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, which last year forced them to send video statements for the annual gathering.
News ID: 53462    Publish Date : 2021/09/19

Wednesday,14 July 2021 (YJC) _ Vladimir Putin, John Kerry assert 'similar approaches' on climate problem.
News ID: 52266    Publish Date : 2021/07/14

Sunday, 29 November 2020_The US Defense Department Inspector General's annual list of challenges for the military in the next year has highlighted the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, terrorism as well as the long-term threat to military installations and operations due to climate change.
News ID: 49508    Publish Date : 2020/11/29

Saturday, 26 September 2020_Hundreds of climate activists descended on a coal mine in western Germany on Saturday, September 26, with some groups managing to occupy parts of the mine according to police.
News ID: 48290    Publish Date : 2020/09/26

Tuesday, 22 September 2020_ According to the first full assessment of extinction risks one in five maple trees is threatened in the wild.
News ID: 48186    Publish Date : 2020/09/22

TEHRAN, Dec 2_The world must choose hope over surrender in the fight against climate change, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says, warning a summit in Madrid that governments risked sleepwalking past a point of no return.
News ID: 44404    Publish Date : 2019/12/02

TEHRAN, Nov 5_The United States on Monday formally notified the United Nations that it was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, making the world's largest economy the sole outlier from the agreement.
News ID: 44140    Publish Date : 2019/11/05

TEHRAN, oct 14_Climate change activists targeted London’s financial district on Monday blocking Bank junction, vowing a day of disruption for major institutions which they said were financing an environmental catastrophe.
News ID: 43946    Publish Date : 2019/10/14

TEHRAN, Sept 26-Germany's Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas made a rallying cry for countries to tackle climate change during his speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
News ID: 43775    Publish Date : 2019/09/26

TEHRAN, Sept 17 -Greenhouse gases thrust into the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels are warming Earth's surface more quickly than previously understood, according to new climate models set to replace those used in current UN projections, scientists said Tuesday.
News ID: 43690    Publish Date : 2019/09/17

TEHRAN, Sept 12 - Tongan Prime Minister ‘Akilisi Pohiva, a pro-democracy and climate change campaigner in the South Pacific, died in a New Zealand hospital on Thursday, the information ministry and media reports said.
News ID: 43634    Publish Date : 2019/09/12

TEHRAN, August 15 -Studies measuring the consensus on human-caused climate change suggest roughly 95 percent of climate scientists agree that human-caused greenhouse gas emissions are causing the planet to warm at an accelerated rate.
News ID: 43055    Publish Date : 2019/08/15

TEHRAN, August 11 -New research uncovers yet another population that will be vulnerable to the heat waves that climate change is delivering with increasing frequency: people with kidney disease.
News ID: 42903    Publish Date : 2019/08/11

TEHRAN, August 8- A new study adds to the list of potential health threats from global warming: Higher mercury levels in certain fish.
News ID: 42836    Publish Date : 2019/08/08

TEHRAN, Jul 1 - Throughout North America, Europe and Asia, beetles are blamed for large areas of forest where trees are dying. But a Florida entomologist says the bugs are just a symptom of the real problem -- climate change.
News ID: 41410    Publish Date : 2019/07/01

TEHRAN, Jun 29 - More than 450,000 people have signed two petitions demanding that the Indian government declare a climate emergency as severe heatwaves and crippling water shortages grip the country.
News ID: 41340    Publish Date : 2019/06/29

TEHRAN, Jun 29 -Under certain conditions, airplane contrails become contrail cirrus, icy clouds that trap the sun's heat and warms the planet. New research suggests the climate impact of airplane contrails, largely ignored until now, could triple by 2050.
News ID: 41315    Publish Date : 2019/06/29

TEHRAN, Jun 25 - More energy will be needed to deal with the effects of climate change, according to a new study.
News ID: 41122    Publish Date : 2019/06/25

TEHRAN, Jun 20 -Corals can help scientists track ancient climate patterns, but new research suggests that traditional analysis methods for analyzing coral's ancient growth aren't as accurate as previously thought.
News ID: 40903    Publish Date : 2019/06/20

TEHRAN, Jun 18 - Long before Europeans arrived in the Americas, the people of the Amazon were being significantly impacted by climate change, a new report suggests.
News ID: 40819    Publish Date : 2019/06/18