Climate Change

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State of the global climate

The World Metrological Organization (WMO) reports on a number of worrying climate-related records for 2017.
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Humans can only survive below a threshold of 35°C

Middle East, North Africa and Southern European levels of intense heat could make outdoor work very difficult this century and human life impossible around the Arabian Gulf.
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Climate change will force mass migration of 1 billion people by 2100

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) released in summer 2017 a joint report entitled “A Region at Risk ...
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Effects of climate change on salmonids

Salmonid fish are sensitive to increased water temperatures. Decreased precipitation, forest fires and ocean acidification are other threats that come with climate change.
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Coal is finished, CCS doesn’t work

The worldwide movement against coal power is getting stronger and has already made some progress.
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Mind the gap

The European Union must urgently strengthen its climate targets for 2020 and 2030.
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Below 1.5°C the only hope for coral reefs

The Guardian reports that UNESCO has concluded that the only hope for coral reefs is to keep global temperature increases below 1.5°C.
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Climate change will force mass migration

Asia Pacific is the most vulnerable region to climate change, Bangladesh is the country most at risk, and poor people are to be hit the hardest ..
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Ocean acidification threat to sea life

By absorbing CO2 the ocean is becoming more acidic, and this is happening at a faster rate than during any other period in the past 300 million years.
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