Maldives “ready to lead” – Philippines and Brazil to fall back at COP24

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Newly elected President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih of the Maldives highlighted climate change in his first official address, and recalled former Climate Hero Mohamed Nasheed lead his team at COP24 in Poland.

“We need to move from a vision phase to an action phase” – UN Biodiversity talks begin

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The UN Biodiversity talks open today with a call to end the talk and shift into action to save our endangered ecosystems

5 Biodiversity Hotspots of the Arab world

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The Arab world is a lot more than sun and sand. When it comes to biodiversity, it is a region incredibly rich in natural habitats, many of which could be under threat if nothing more is done soon. Here are 5 of my favourites (that are not the desert)

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Bolsonaro could easily destroy 15 million hectares of the Brazilian Amazon

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A new study reveals that a simple adjustment to private property regulations could unleash a wave of destruction across the Amazon, as big as all the forest cover in the UK.

How Climate Displacement Pushes Girls into Prostitution

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In One Every Second, audiences learn about Pakhi, an 18-year-old who migrated to Dhaka after her family’s house was washed away by floods.

To survive and support her family, she joined the sex industry before she had even turned 15 years old.

We speak to the documentary-makers, Otto Simonsson and Johannes Englich to learn more.

LOS ÚLTIMOS DEL MANGLAR

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Cuando los bosques se unen con el intricado de mareas del Pacífico, la vida tropical de Perú y Ecuador se enciende hasta sus raíces. Desde allí se divisan apenas las...

Ciudadanía y ambición climática

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En vísperas de la proxima COP24 de diciembre en Polonia, los expertos Yamil Bonduki y Gianluca Merlo del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) se reunieron en Perú para conocer de sus avances para reducir en 20% sus emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero proyectadas hacia el año 2030.

Job Opportunity: We are looking for a Multimedia Specialist

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With more campaigns coming up in the next months, we are looking for a multimedia specialist to join the Climate Tracker family.
If you’d love to be part of a cool dynamic team and connect with inspiring young people around the world, you have until November 19 to apply!

Climate Roundup – 7 November 2018

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Hey Trackers! Hopefully, you've enjoyed Arthur's daily coverage of the WHO conference with our fellow Malavika last week. If you didn't sign up for his daily newsletter, you can see...

Eco-Schools across Cambodia: Over 7000 students learn climate adaptation and mitigation practices

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Chea Sim Angkor Chey is the name of an Eco-School (ES), located at Prarl Village, Tani Commune, Angkor Chey District in the Kampot province. Initially, the subject of climate change...

Apply for Our Women in Climate Change Multimedia Grant!

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Climate Tracker is giving two emerging climate journalists a small grant to produce a multimedia project focusing on women’s experiences and responses to climate change.

Governments commit to Clean Air at WHO Air Pollution Summit

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National, regional and city governments have pledged to provide clean air to their citizens at the air pollution and health summit in Geneva. Here is what they’ve promised..

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5 Biodiversity Hotspots of the Arab world

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The Arab world is a lot more than sun and sand. When it comes to biodiversity, it is a region incredibly rich in natural habitats, many of which could be under threat if nothing more is done soon. Here are 5 of my favourites (that are not the desert)

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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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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