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As U.N. Climate Talks Go to Overtime, a Battle for the ‘Spirit’ of the Paris Pact

”And while the divide between rich and poor countries loomed over these talks, as they often do in climate negotiations, the battle lines were far more muddled this time.They have been seeking “loss and damage” funding that is separate from what is now in place to help poor countries rein in their emissions and adapt to the effects of climate change.
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Climate Change Is Ravaging the Arctic, Report Finds

Perovich, a professor of engineering at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and the lead author of the report’s chapter on sea ice.The results are from the annual Arctic report card, a peer-reviewed assessment produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that takes a broad look at the effects of climate change in the region and compares current findings with the historical record.
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John Kerry Launches Star-Studded Climate Coalition

John Kerry said that while some members of his coalition might advocate for certain climate measures, the coalition is not aimed at promoting any particular plan.30, 2019WASHINGTON — John Kerry, the former senator and secretary of state, has formed a new bipartisan coalition of world leaders, military brass and Hollywood celebrities to push for public action to combat climate change.
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This Is What Climate Change Sounds Like

Science|This Is What Climate Change Sounds LikeTrilobitesScientists and artists hope the emotional power of music will help move people to act on the climate crisis.A performance of “Climate,” by the composer Erik Ian Walker in collaboration with The ClimateMusic Project, at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco in 2016.
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