NEWS ARTICLES

’We need everyone’: Greta Thunberg calls on adults to join climate strikes by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/05/23)
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News article on Global general strike on 20 September 2019.
Keywords Climate Emergency; Strike; Climate Action; Climate Movement; activism.

Halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, say world’s top scientists by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2020/04/27)
About News piece on interlinkages of pandemics and biodiversity loss and species extinction. The coronavirus pandemic is likely to be followed by even more deadly and destructive disease outbreaks unless their root cause – the rampant destruction of the natural world – is rapidly halted, the world’s leading biodiversity experts have warned.
Keywords Biodiversity; Covid19; pandemics; extinction.

Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth's natural life by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2019/05/06)
About News piece on "Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth's natural life. Scientists reveal 1 million species at risk of extinction in damning UN report"
Keywords Extinction; climate breakdown; biodiversity loss.

Climate crisis may have pushed world's tropical coral reefs to tipping point of 'near-annual' bleaching by Graham Redfearn in The Guardian (2020/03/31)
About News article on how Climate crisis may have pushed world's tropical coral reefs to tipping point of 'near-annual' bleaching. Exclusive: Mass bleaching seen along Great Barrier Reef could mark start of global-scale event, expert warns.
Keywords Climate Emergency; oceans; coral reefs.

'Probably the worst year in a century': Australia's environmental toll of 2019 by Graham Redfearn in The Guardian (2020/3/29)
About News article: The annual Australia’s Environment report finds last year’s heat and drought caused unprecedented damage.
Keywords Climate Emergency; fires; Australia; heat; drought.

The missing 99%: why can't we find the vast majority of ocean plastic? by Stephen Buranyi in The Guardian (2019/12/31)
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News article: What scientists can see and measure, in the garbage patches and on beaches, accounts for only a tiny fraction of the total plastic entering the water
Keywords Oceans; Plastic; microplastic

Tropical forests losing their ability to absorb carbon, study finds by Fiona Harveyi in The Guardian (2020/03/04)
About News article: Tropical forests losing their ability to absorb carbon, study finds. Amazon could turn into source of CO2 in atmosphere by next decade, research suggests
Keywords carbon sink; climate emergency; forests; amazon

Greenland's ice sheet melting seven times faster than in 1990s by Fiona Harveyi in The Guardian (2019/12/10)
About News article: Greenland's ice sheet melting seven times faster than in 1990s. Scale and speed of loss much higher than predicted, threatening inundation for hundreds of millions of people
Keywords Greenland; glaciers; melting; climate emergency; arctic

The Guardian view on an ice-sheet collapse: threatening the world’s coasts - Editorial by The Guardian (2020/01/07)
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Editorial article: The Guardian view on an ice-sheet collapse: threatening the world’s coasts - Editorial
Keywords Climate emergency; Glaciers; ice sheets; melting

Heatwaves sweeping oceans ‘like wildfires’, scientists reveal by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/04/03)
About News article: Heatwaves sweeping oceans ‘like wildfires’, scientists reveal. Extreme temperatures destroy kelp, seagrass and corals – with alarming impacts for humanity
Keywords Climate emergency; heatwaves; oceans

Ocean temperatures hit record high as rate of heating accelerates by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2020/01/13)
About News article: Ocean temperatures hit record high as rate of heating accelerates. Oceans are clearest measure of climate crisis as they absorb 90% of heat trapped by greenhouse gases
Keywords Climate emergency; oceans;

83 environmental defenders had been confirmed killed by October 2018* by Monica Ulmanu, Alan Evans and Georgia Brown in The Guardian (2018/11/15)
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Article on the deaths of environmental activists and defenders in 2018
Keywords Environmental Activism; Violence; Global Witness; Death; Defenders

The natural world can help save us from climate catastrophe by George Monbiot in The Guardian (2019/04/03)
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News article: The natural world can help save us from climate catastrophe. Ecological restoration can be a powerful means of protecting the atmosphere – we need to rewild on a massive scale
Keywords Climate Emergency; Crisis; Biodiversity; Ecosystem; Ecological Restoration;

Frightening’ number of plant extinctions found in global survey by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/06/10)
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News article on a new report finding that a frightening’ number of plant extinctions found in global survey
Keywords Extinction; Species loss; Plant extinction; Climate Emergency;

Climate apartheid’: UN expert says human rights may not survive by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/06/25)
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News article: UN expert says human rights might not survive due to Climate Emergency
Keywords Climate Emergency; Human Rights; Environmental Crisis; UN; Climate Apartheid

Where does your plastic go? Global investigation reveals America's dirty secret by Erin McCormick, Bennett Murray, Carmela Fonbuena, Leonie Kijewski, Gökçe Saraçoğlu, Jamie Fullerton, Alastair Gee and Charlotte Simmonds in The Guardian (2019/06/17)
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A Guardian report from 11 countries tracks how US waste makes its way across the world – and overwhelms the poorest nations
Keywords Plastic; consumption; environmental crisis; climate crisis;

Humans have made 8.3bn tons of plastic since 1950. This is the illustrated story of where it's gone by Susie Cagle in The Guardian (2019/06/24)
About A Guardian Comic on plastic and waste
Keywords Plastic; consumption; environmental crisis; climate crisis;

Tree planting 'has mind-blowing potential' to tackle climate crisis by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/07/04)
About News article on a research contribution: Research shows a trillion trees could be planted to capture huge amount of carbon dioxide
Keywords Climate Emergency; Tree planting; Carbon capture; carbon emissions; Tree Restoration

Let nature heal climate and biodiversity crises, say campaigners by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/04/03)
About Climate Emergency; Nature; Environmental Restoration; Tree Restoration
Keywords Climate Emergency; Nature; Environmental Restoration; Tree Restoration

Avoiding meat and dairy is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2018/05/31)
About News article on a scientific research contribution: Biggest analysis to date reveals huge footprint of livestock - it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland
Keywords Meat Industry; Dairy Industry; Climate Emergency;

Can planting billions of trees save the planet? by Patrick Barkham in The Guardian (2018/05/31)
About News article on tree restoration and climate mitigation
Keywords Tree Restoration; Research; Environmental Restoration; Climate Emergency

Glacial melting in Antarctica may become irreversible by Adam Morton in The Guardian (2019/07/09)
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News article on a new study showing that Glacial melting in Antarctica may become irreversible
Keywords Climate Emergency; Glacial Melting; Glaciers; Antarctica

Precipitous' fall in Antarctic sea ice since 2014 revealed by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/07/02)
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News article on study showing a precipitious fall in Antarctic sea ice level
Keywords Climate Emergency; Antractica

One climate crisis disaster happening every week, UN warns by Fiona Harvey in The Guardian (2019/07/07)
About News article on climate disasters and how one is happening every week according to experts
Keywords Climate Emergency; Disaster; Climate Crisis; UN; catastrophe

We must change food production to save the world, says leaked report by Robin McKie in The Guardian (2019/04/04)
About News article on the need to transform food production in the face of climate emergency
Keywords Climate Emergency; Food Production; Food System; Carbon Emissions; Sustainability

Climate crisis reducing land’s ability to sustain humanity, says IPCC by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/08/08)
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News article on an IPCC report stating that climate crisis will reduce ecosystems ability to sustain humanity
Keywords Climate Emergency; land; ecosystems; climate breakdown;

We have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe, warns UN by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2018/10/08)
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News article: IPCC calls for urgent changes needed to cut risk of extreme heat, drought, floods and poverty
Keywords Climate Emergency; Ecosystems; environmental crisis;

How climate’s impact on land threatens civilisation – and how to fix it by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/08/08)
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News article on IPCC report how climate impact reduces lands ability to sustain civilisation
Keywords Climate Impact; Climate Emergency; Land

Brutal news': global carbon emissions jump to all-time high in 2018 by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2018/12/05)
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News article on the high increase of global carbon emissions
Keywords Carbon emissions; Climate Emergency; Emission increase

Earth's sixth mass extinction event under way, scientists warn by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2017/07/10)
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News article on a research contribution revealing billions of populations of animals have been lost in recent decades
Keywords Extinction; Biodiversity loss; Climate Emergency;

Polar cruise boom harming the Arctic, explorer warns by Kate Connolly in The Guardian (2019/08/13)
About News article: Polar cruise boom harming the Arctic, explorer warns
Keywords Arctic; Environmental crisis; cruise industry; environmental harm

Arctic wildfires spew soot and smoke cloud bigger than EU by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2019/08/12)
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News article: Arctic wildfires spew soot and smoke cloud bigger than EU. Plume from unprecedented blazes forecast to reach Alaska as fires rage for third month
Keywords Arctic; wildfire; climate emergency; environmental crisis;

In Bolsonaro’s burning Brazilian Amazon, all our futures are being consumed by Eliane Brum in The Guardian (2019/08/23)
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News article on Forest fires and deforestation in brazilian amazon under Bolsonaro
Keywords Brazil; Deforestation; Amazon; Bolsonaro; Forest fire

Brazilian minister booed at climate event as outcry grows over Amazon fires by Dom Phillips in The Guardian (2019/08/22)
About News article on climate action against forest fires in Amazon
Keywords Brazil; Deforestation; Amazon; Forest Fires; Climate Emergency

Corporations pile pressure on Brazil over Amazon fires by Dom Phillips in The Guardian (2019/08/30)
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News article on corporate pressure on Brazil due to Amazon forest fires
Keywords Climate Emergency; Forest Fires; Climate crisis; Amazon; deforestation; corporations

We have a once-in-century chance': Naomi Klein on how we can fight the climate crisis by Naomi Klein in The Guardian (2019/09/14)
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News article by Naomi Klein on how politics and capitalism have hindered the response to climate emergency
Keywords Climate Emergency; Climate action; capitalism; climate politics

Global climate strike: millions protest worldwide – in pictures by Eric Hilarie in The Guardian (2019/09/20)
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Photo compilation of Global Climate Strike on September 20th 2019
Keywords Climate action; climate emergency; climate strike; activism; photos

World's top three asset managers oversee $300bn fossil fuel investments by Patrick Greenfield in The Guardian (2019/10/02)
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News article on the role of big asset managers in climate emergency. The world’s three largest money managers have built a combined $300bn fossil fuel investment portfolio using money from people’s private savings and pension contributions, the Guardian can reveal
Keywords Climate Emergency; Fossil Fuels; Finance; Investment; BlackRock; State Street; Vanguard;

Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions by Matthew Taylor & Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2019/10/09)
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News article: New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers
Keywords Climate Emergency; Climate Responsiblity; Corporations; Fossil Fuels

Rise of renewables may see off oil firms decades earlier than they think by Jillian Ambrose in The Guardian (2019/10/14)
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News article: Rise of renewables may see off oil firms decades earlier than they think. Pace of progress raises hope that fossil fuel companies could lose their domination
Keywords Renewable energy; energy; Climate Emergency; Fossil Fuels;

Half a century of dither and denial – a climate crisis timeline by Jonathan Watts, Garry Blight, Lydia McMullan Pablo Gutiérrez in The Guardian (2019/10/09)
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News article: climate crisis timeline and climate change denialism
Keywords Climate denialism; Climate emergency; environmental crisis; environment; climate action

Renewable energy to expand by 50% in next five years - report by Jillian Ambrose in The Guardian (2019/10/21)
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News article on renewable energy and it's potential for it's production to increase
Keywords Renewable energy; energy; Climate Emergency; Fossil Fuels;

Labour unveils plans for carbon-neutral energy system by 2030s by Jillian Ambrose in The Guardian (2019/10/23)
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News article on UK's Labor party unveiling plans for carbon neutral energy system by 2030
Keywords UK: Labor Party; Carbon neutrality; Climate policy; Climate emergency; carbon emissions'

We stand in solidarity with Rojava, an example to the world by Jillian Ambrose in The Guardian (2019/11/01)
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News article: Leaders from social movements, communities and First Nations from around the world stand in solidarity for Rojava
Keywords Rojava; solidarity; democracy: social movement; resistance

How do we rein in the fossil fuel industry? Here are eight ideas by Fiona Harvey, Damian Carrington, Jonathan Watts & Patrick Greenfield in The Guardian (2019/10/14)
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News article on how to fight against fossil fuel industry and for climate action
Keywords Fossil fuels; Climate emergency; climate crisis; climate action;

Rising sea levels pose threat to homes of 300m people – study by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2019/10/29)
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News article on a news study showing that rising sea levels might pose threat to homes of 300 million people
Keywords Rising sea levels; climate emergency; coasts; climate crisis; environmental crisis

Glacial melting in Antarctica may become irreversible by Adam Morton in The Guardian (2019/07/09)
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News article on the melting of Antarctic glaciers
Keywords Glacial melting; Antarctica; Climate Emergency; Climate crisis;

The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America's water to sell in plastic bottles by Tom Perkins in The Guardian (2019/10/29)
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News article: The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America's water to sell in plastic bottles
Keywords CSR; Corporation; water; privatization; environmental crisis

Global investment in cutting greenhouse gases fell by 11% in 2018 by Fiona Harvey in The Guardian (2019/11/07)
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News article on Global investment in cutting greenhouse gases fell by 11% in 2018
Keywords Climate emergency; investment; climate crisis; greenhouse gas; carbon emissions;

The Amazon: on the frontline of a global battle to tackle the climate crisis by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2019/11/17)
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News article on Amazon and the Climate emergency: A diverse band of river communities, activists and academics are meeting in the heart of the rainforest to fight for the planet’s future
Keywords Extinction; Climate emergency; climate action; climate activism; environmental movement; Amazon

Climate-heating greenhouse gases hit new high, UN reports by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/11/25)
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News article: Report shows that Climate-heating greenhouse gases hit new high
Keywords Climate emergency; greenhouse gases; GHG; Climate crisis; environmental crisis

Most countries' climate plans 'totally inadequate' – experts by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/11/05)
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News article: Experts say that most countries climate plans are totally inadequate
Keywords Climate emergency; climate crisis; climate science;

How the right’s radical thinktanks reshaped the Conservative party by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/11/29)
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News article: In the wake of the Brexit vote, ultra free market thinktanks have gained exceptional access to the heart of Boris Johnson’s government. By Felicity Lawrence, Rob Evans, David Pegg, Caelainn Barr and Pamela Duncan
Keywords Think tanks; politics; UK; Right-wing politics;

Climate emergency: world 'may have crossed tipping points’ by Damian Carrington in The Guardian (2019/11/27)
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News article: Climate emergency: world 'may have crossed tipping points’. Warning of ‘existential threat to civilisation’ as impacts lead to cascade of unstoppable events
Keywords Climate emergency; tipping points; climate crisis; climate science

Domino-effect of climate events could move Earth into a ‘hothouse’ state by Jonathan Watts in The Guardian (2018/08/07)
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News article: Domino-effect of climate events could move Earth into a ‘hothouse’ state. Leading scientists warn that passing such a point would make efforts to reduce emissions increasingly futile
Keywords Climate emergency; tipping points; climate crisis; climate science

UN calls for push to cut greenhouse gas levels to avoid climate chaos by Fiona Harvey in The Guardian (2019/11/26)
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News article: UN pushes for global reduction of Greenhouse gases
Keywords Climate emergency; climate crisis; UN; GHG; Greenhouse gases; climate policy

How Peru’s potato museum could stave off world food crisis by Dan Collyns in The Guardian (2019/11/29)
About News article; food security and the potential of Peruvian potato museum to enable it in the future in regard to climate emergency
Keywords Food crisis; food system; Peru; climate emergency; food security

This dark material: the black alchemy that can arrest carbon emissions by Jessica Corbett in The Guardian (2019/11/29)
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News article on the potential of biochar to do carbon capture
Keywords Climate emergency; climate solution; carbon emissions; coal; fossil fuels; climate crisis; climate policy

Pointless emails: they’re not just irritating – they have a massive carbon footprint by Stephen Moss in The Guardian (2019/11/26)
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News article: More than 64m unnecessary emails are sent in Britain every day. Along with clogging up our inboxes they are also damaging the environment
Keywords Climate impact; Climate Emergency; carbon emissions; carbon footprint

Victoria Falls dries to a trickle after worst drought in a century by Reuters in The Guardian (2019/12/07)
About News article: Victoria Falls dries to a trickle after worst drought in a century
Keywords Victoria Falls; Drought; climate emergency; extreme weather; climate impact; Africa; Zimbabwe

Australia fires: blazes 'too big to put out' as 140 bushfires rage in NSW and Queensland by Ben Doherty & Helen Davidson in The Guardian (2019/12/08)
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News article: Australian bushfires too big to put out
Keywords Climate emergency; Australia; wildfires; drought; extreme weather; climate crisis;

Zero-carbon ships on horizon under fuel levy plan by Fiona Harvey in The Guardian (2019/12/08)
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News article: Zero-carbon ships on horizon under fuel levy plan. Climate groups say 10-year ICS plan not urgent enough to cut carbon from ‘dirty’ sector
Keywords Shipping; zero carbon; carbon emissions; climate crisis; green house gas emissions

Plundering Cambodia's forests by David Boyle & Shaun Turton in Al Jazeera (2019)
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Article about the plundering of Cambodias forests and social resistance to it
Keywords Cambodia; deforestation; forests; industrial forestry; extractivism; resistance

The dark side of the Nordic model by Jason Hickel in Al Jazeera (2019/12/06)
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News article on the climate and environmental impact of the Nordic welfare model for states
Keywords Climate emergency; environmental impact; environmental crisis; Nordic welfare state; nordics; carbon footprint; climate impact

Climate change could pose 'existential threat' by 2050: report by Julia Hollingsworth in CNN (2019/06/05)
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News article on a published report: Climate change could pose 'existential threat' by 2050
Keywords Climate Emergency; Existential Threat; Ecosystem; Crisis; Global Warming

Scientists amazed as Canadian permafrost thaws 70 years early by Matthew Green in Reuters (2019/06/18)
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News article: Permafrost at outposts in the Canadian Arctic is thawing 70 years earlier than predicted, an expedition has discovered, in the latest sign that the global climate crisis is accelerating even faster than scientists had feared.
Keywords Permafrost; Climate Emergency; Research; Canada; Arctic

The past, present and future of climate change by The Economist (2019/09/21)
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News article on Global warming 101, the past, present and future of climate change
Keywords Climate emergency; global warming; research;

Amazon rainforest fire: Five things you need to know by Danilo Ignacio de Urzedo in ABC news (2019/08/23)
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News article on five things you need to know about Amazon forest fires
Keywords Amazon; Forest Fires; Deforestation; Climate Emergency

Arctic Circle burns as heatwaves plague Europe and the US by Claire Knox in ABC news (2019/07/24)
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News article on heatwaves across Europe and US, and wildfires across Arctic
Keywords Arctic; Climate emergency: forest fires; heatwave; extreme heat; environmental crisis

Climate crisis: More fires burning across central Africa than Amazon as global deforestation rates approach record high by Harry Cockburn in The Independent (2019/07/24)
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News article: Climate crisis: More fires burning across central Africa than Amazon as global deforestation rates approach record high
Keywords Climate Emergency; Forest Fires; Climate crisis; Amazon; deforestation

Amazon rainforest fires and deforestation approaching disastrous irreversible tipping point, scientists warn by Harry Cockburn in The Independent (2019/08/23)
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News article on tipping points with Amazon forest fires and climate impact
Keywords Amazon; Forest Fires; Deforestation; Climate Emergency

‘Untold human suffering’: 11,000 scientists from across world unite to declare global climate emergency by Phoebe Weston in The Independent (2019/11/05)
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News article: 11,000 scientists from across world unite to declare global climate emergency
Keywords Scientists; Climate emergency; climate crisis; climate action; environmental movement

Climate change: Sea level rise to affect 'three times more people' by Jonathan Amos in BBC (2019/10/30)
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News article: Climate change: Sea level rise to affect 'three times more people'
Keywords Sea level rise; Climate emergency; climate crisis; environmental crisis;

Brazil wildfires: Blaze advances across Pantanal wetlands by BBC (2019/11/01)
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News article: Brazil wildfires: Blaze advances across Pantanal wetlands
Keywords Brazil; wildfires; forest fires; Amazon; deforestation; climate emergency

Climate change: Where we are in seven charts and what you can do to help by Nassos Stylianou, Clara Guibourg, Daniel Dunford, Lucy Rodgers, David Brown and Paul Rincon in BBC (2020/01/14)
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News article showing through seven charts the current state of climate emergency and how to act.
Keywords Climate emergency; climate action; climate movement; environmental crisis;

Climate change: Impacts 'accelerating' as leaders gather for UN talks by Matt McGrath in BBC (2019/09/22) About News article on climate emergency and climate action
Keywords Climate Emergency; climate crisis; climate solutions; UN; environmental crisis; climate movement

Nifty ways cities around the world are preparing for the future by BBC (2020)
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Article on how cities are preparing for future in relation to the climate emergency
Keywords Climate adaptation; climate resilience; cities; urban; climate emergency;

Scientists feared unstoppable emissions from melting permafrost. They may have already started by Brian Resnick in Vox (2019/12/12)
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Article: Scientists feared unstoppable emissions from melting permafrost. They may have already started.
Keywords Arctic; permafrost; climate emergency; climate crisis; environmental crisis

Human impact on wildlife to blame for spread of viruses, says study by John Vidal in The Guardian (2020/04/08)
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News article: Human impact on wildlife to blame for spread of viruses, says study. Increased contact with animals likely cause of outbreaks such as Covid-19, say experts, as conservationists call for global ban on wildlife markets
Keywords species extinction; wildlife trade; pandemics; covid-19

No Ecosystem on Earth Is Safe From Climate Change by Robinson Meyer in The Atlantic (2018/08/30)
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News article: No Ecosystem on Earth Is Safe From Climate Change. If carbon emissions continue to grow, anyone who works with the land could face ‘unprecedented challenges.’
Keywords Ecosystems; Climate Emergency;

Are We Living Through Climate Change’s Worst-Case Scenario? by Robinson Meyer in The Atlantic (2019/01/15)
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News article on a research contribution discussing whether the earth is currently going on in the worst case scenario path regarding climate emergency
Keywords Climate Emergency; worst case scenario;

The popular revolt against flying by Saim Saeed in Politico (2019/11/06)
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Article on revolt against flying
Keywords Flying; Climate Emergency; Carbon Emissions;

Hidden Plot by Glenn Greenwald & Victor Pougy in The Intercept (2019/06/09)
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Investigative journalism article: Exclusive article on an enormous trove of secret documents reveals that Brazil’s most powerful prosecutors, who have spent years insisting they are apolitical, instead plotted to prevent the Workers’ Party, or PT, from winning the 2018 presidential election by blocking or weakening a pre-election interview with former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva with the explicit purpose of affecting the outcome of the election.
Keywords Brazil; Lula De Silva; Election; Corruption; Democracy;

Operation Amazon Redux by Tatiana Dias in The Intercept (2019/09/20)
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News article on how Brazil’s Army Wanted to “Occupy” the Amazon Before. Leaked Audio Reveals Their Plan to Try Again.
Keywords Amazon; climate emergency; forest fires; deforestation;

US military is a bigger polluter than as many as 140 countries – shrinking this war machine is a must by Benjamin Neimark, Oliver Belcher & Patrick Bigger in The Conversation (2019/06/24)
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News article on the need to shrink US military due to it's enormous carbon footprint
Keywords Climate Emergency; US Military; carbon footprint; carbon emissions; violence

The Limits of Clean Energy by Jason Hickel in Foreign Policy (2019/09/06)
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Article on the limits to clean energy
Keywords Clean Energy; Mining; Climate Emergency; Environmental Crisis; Limits; Energy;

Decolonizing ecology by Jade Delilse in Briarpatch Magazine (2020/07/02)
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Article on decolonizing ecology in times of concurrent global crises
Keywords Decoloniality; ecology; ecosystems; climate emergency; environmental crisis;