Five Top Tips to Sustainably Eating and Drinking Out

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Over the last 20 years, there has been a dramatic rise in consumption of food away from the home, be this eating out or getting take-away. These treats and time...

Suicide Rising: When Climate Change and Mental Health Collide

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In a recent study by Stanford University and UC Berkeley, researchers concluded that projected temperature increases could lead to an additional 21,000 suicides in the United States and Mexico by 2050

The Science of Why Heatwaves Kill People and 3 Easy ways to Avoid it

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Ever wondered why heatwaves kill people? Chris Wright looks into the science and how to stay cool this Summer

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Check out the new Malaysian Minister who wants to bring on Renewables in a Big Way

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In a speech that was described by Renewable Energy campaigner Adrian Lasimbang as “electryfing”, new Malaysian Energy Minister Yeo Bee Yin highlighted that “the new government will focus on Renewable Energy”.

Rising Seas could Literally ‘Break the Internet’ in 15 years

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In a meeting of internet network researchers today, computer scientists from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the University of Oregon highlighted that rising sea levels could literally get ‘Thanos’ over thousands of miles of buried fiber optic cable around the USA.

Psychologists discover why Activists lose friends and alienate people. But they don’t know how to prevent it

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A group of researches from Harvard released the results of their study that shows when we look at problems we’re trying to solve, the smaller the problem gets, the bigger we make it.

Ireland becomes first country in the world to divest from fossil fuels

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In a groundbreaking bill approved by Irish parliament on Thursday 12th of July, the Irish government is set to completely divest its Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) from companies with…

These 5 women are the world’s answer to Trump and his Strongmen

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As the world shifts its fears between nuclear war to a trade war, a new wave of progressive women could overpower the strongman politics sweeping our newsfeeds.

COP24 in Katowice: What to expect from Poland’s 4th UN Climate Summit

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The upcoming UN Climate Summit, and 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24), is to be held in Poland in the city of Katowice in December of this year. It will…

CookThePlanetClean: How to make your pizza sauce so good, you won’t even notice there’s no cheese

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The way we consume food has a large impact on the future of our planet, far beyond our plate. Meat consumption in particular affects land use, deforestation, desertification and climate…

#CookThePlanetClean: Five Top Tips on how to Survive a BBQ Without Killing the Planet

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You are what you eat. The way we consume food has a large impact on the future of our planet, far beyond our plate. Meat consumption in particular affects land…

Claves de la conservación después de un año en Japón

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Cuando pensamos en Japón muchas veces pensamos en Tokyo. Es la metrópolis más grande del mundo y la quinta ciudad con más rascacielos del mundo. Pensamos en las largas horas...

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Dziennikarski przewodnik o zmianach klimatu

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Co się dzieje z klimatem? W ostatnich latach temperatura na Ziemi wzrosła o 1°C. Nie jest to niska wartość, gdyż punkt krytyczny, po którego przekroczeniu może dojść do zachwiania globalnej...

Rohingya Refugees now also Threatened by Monsoon Rains

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After escaping shocking violence in Myanmar, almost 1 million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are now confronted with potentially devastating monsoon rains this summer. As many as 150,000 people are at…

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From problem to opportunity: Migration in times of climate change

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How do displacement and migration relate to natural disasters and climate change? The link between both has been touched upon in recent media coverage on the issue, but little clarity…

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Research: Media Landscapes of Middle East and North Africa in reporting Climate Change

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The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is vulnerable to climate change. It is one of the driest regions with a high dependency on climate-sensitive agriculture. The MENA region...

Language in Reporting Climate Change: A South Asian Study

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This research would not have been possible without the support of the winner of our South Asian Research Competition, Santosh Koirala from Nepal. We also would like to acknowledge the...

Pakistan: In-depth analysis of Media, Language and Climate change across 6 regions in Pakistan

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Our new research looks at the role of language in the underreporting of climate change in Pakistan. ‘I believe that the media plays an important role in agenda setting.’ says…

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