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8h Madrid climate talks will set the tone for Glasgow 2020
The outcome of the COP25 UN climate conference in Spain will influence the event in Scotland next year.
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The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays12h Updated The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays
This weekend an ice cube from beyond our solar system will make its closest approach to the sun, trailing mystery and dust.
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UN climate talks are failing to see urgency of crisis, says scientist14h UN climate talks are failing to see urgency of crisis, says scientist
COP25 in Madrid criticised for focusing on details instead of agreeing deep cuts to emissions Urgent UN talks on tackling the climate emergency are still not addressing the true scale of the crisis, one of the world’s leading climate scientists has warned, as high-ranking ministers from governments around the world began to arrive in Madrid for
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The UN conference move shows global heating plus inequality is a recipe for chaos | Maisa Rojas15h The UN conference move shows global heating plus inequality is a recipe for chaos | Maisa Rojas
The protests that forced COP25 to switch from Chile to Madrid had the climate crisis at their core
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18h Mike Horn and Boerge Ousland: North Pole explorers complete epic trek
The Norwegian-South African duo met up with a rescue team as they were dangerously low on food.
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Market debut for world’s biggest polluter must be a rallying cry for climate action23h Market debut for world’s biggest polluter must be a rallying cry for climate action
Aramco’s flotation may have been scaled down, but it shows that capitalism and carbon still go hand in gloveIn less than a week the most valuable company in history will make its debut on a publicly traded market. Saudi Aramco is both the most profitable and the most polluting company of all time.
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25h Updated Fractured Forests Are Endangering Wildlife, Scientists Find
The world’s forests are being carved into pieces. In tropical regions, animals are likely to pay a heavy price.
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