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The Yomiuri Shimbun

Beer Faces Unbitter Future Due to Climate Change

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AFP-Jiji 13:53 JST, October 20, 2023 PARIS (AFP-Jiji) Climate change threatens the cultivation in Europe of aromatic hops which gives beer its bitterness, according to a study published on Oct.

Daily Post

Climate crisis, child marriage threaten 40 million girls by 2050 – Save the Children warns

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Startling estimates from Save the Children, released on the eve of International Day of the Girl, predict that the number of girls exposed to the devastating convergence of climate change and child marriage will surge by 33 percent, reaching nearly 40 million by the year 2050.

Buenos Aires Times

Climate change main culprit for hot South American winter

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A wave of unusually extreme heat at the end of South America's winter was made 100 times more likely by climate change, according to a study published Tuesday.

The Guardian

Impact of farming on climate crisis will be a key Cop topic – finally

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Cop28 will discuss how global food production must become sustainable to stay within 1.

The New Zealand Herald

Climate crisis: New Zealand urged to make it easier for people moving from sinking islands

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A number of low-lying Pacific Island nations including Tuvalu, Tokelau and Kiribati are increasingly threatened by the effects of climate change.

Daily Post

Govts, businesses, individuals must must take action against climate change – Abbas

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tajudeen Abbas, on Thursday said governments, businesses, civil society organizations and individuals must take action against climate change.

Daily Nation

Let’s protect the environment, our source of life

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The environment, our essential life vessel, is gradually deteriorating under our stewardship.

The Yomiuri Shimbun

Climate Change Is Improving French Wine — for Now

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AFP-Jiji 14:02 JST, October 20, 2023 WASHINGTON (AFP-Jiji) What makes a good or bad year for wine? Its a question that vexes not only vintners but also scientists, whove long looked to weather conditions to provide the answer.

Al Jazeera

Australia to rejoin Global Climate Fund it abandoned in 2018

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The Green Climate Fund was set up to help poorer countries cope with the devastating effects of climate change.

The Washington Post

Rich countries promised poor nations billions for climate change. They aren’t paying.

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After years of promises of new climate funding, the developing world is coming to grips with a disappointing reality: Money still isnt coming through fast enough to address the mounting challenges of climate change .

The Yomiuri Shimbun

Amphibian Crisis: 41% of Species Deemed Threatened with Extinction

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Reuters 17:03 JST, October 12, 2023 WASHINGTON (Reuters) Earths amphibians from the thorny spike-thumb frog to the red knobby newt, West African giant squeaker, ornate tree frog and fire salamander are being pushed closer to the brink due to habitat destruction, disease and climate change, with 41% of species now threatened with extinction.

The Atlantic

If You’re Worried About the Climate, Move Your Money

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How you consume matters to the planet.

The BBC

Climate change could make beer taste worse

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Global warming is changing the quality and taste of beer, scientists have warned.

The Guardian

Climate crisis costing $16m an hour in extreme weather damage, study estimates

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Analysis shows at least $2.

The BBC

Climate change: Pope Francis warns world 'may be nearing breaking point'

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Pope Francis has warned the world is "collapsing" due to climate change and may be "nearing breaking point".

China Daily

Experts: US inaction hurts climate change effort

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The US government should stop using China as an excuse to deny its responsibility for historical emissions, which creates a hostile environment for addressing the global climate crisis, according to climate experts.

The Guardian

Pope urges rich world to make profound changes to tackle climate crisis

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Francis also defends climate protesters and calls on governments to make Cop28 in Dubai a turning point Pope Francis has said the rich world must make profound changes to tackle the climate crisis, while defending climate protesters and urging governments to make the forthcoming Cop28 climate summit a turning point.

NewsHub.co.nz

Climate change: Study warns deadly humid heat could hit billions as wet-bulb temperatures soar

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Related video: Scientists concerned as study finds marine heatwaves could be affecting species in deep ocean Credits: Image - Getty Images; Video - Newshub.

Fox News

Pope Francis rebukes ‘irresponsible’ US on climate change compared to China, says world’s at ‘breaking point’

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Pope Francis issued a new call for climate change action on Wednesday, when he slammed the United Stated in particular as "irresponsible" on emissions compared to China.

Daily Post

‘Climate change, one of the biggest challenges confronting Nigeria’ – Niger State gov

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Niger State Governor, Mohammed Bago, has identified climate change as one of the biggest challenges confronting Nigeria.

The Yomiuri Shimbun

Study: Humans Increasingly Settling in High-risk Flood Zones

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AFP-Jiji 13:23 JST, October 12, 2023 BANGKOK (AFP-Jiji) Humans are increasingly settling in areas highly exposed to dangerous flooding, a study warned on Oct.

The Washington Post

Climate change is the catastrophe to end all other catastrophes

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Fatima Bhutto is a Pakistani writer and novelist.

The New Zealand Herald

Kerikeri climate change exhibition opened by British High Commissioner

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One of the stunning images from the Trouble in Paradise Climate Change in the Pacific photography exhibition that opens at the Turner Centre, in Kerikeri, on November 2.

The Washington Post

Forty percent of Antarctica’s ice shelves are shrinking, worrying scientists

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More than 40 percent of Antarcticas ice shelves have dwindled in the past 25 years, potentially accelerating sea level rise by allowing more land ice to flow into the ocean, according to new research released Thursday .

The Washington Post

How climate change is threatening your beer

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Its getting harder to grow coffee , tea , and grapes for wine on a hotter planet and now researchers say, climate change may be coming for your IPA.