Nov 07, 2017
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The negative effects of climate change are already beginning to be felt in every part of the world and yet countries are ill-prepared for the potentially immense impacts on food security, water supplies and human health, a major report has concluded.
A new report by the United Nations on climate change underscores not only the severe impact that global warming has already had, but also the growing threat it poses to health, the economy and food and water security around the world.
With the arrival of Earth Day and our celebration of Madre Tierra (Mother Earth), most of us can't help but be concerned about her health and the impacts that climate change is having on her and our own lives.The Earth is being ravaged by climate change and the evidence is overwhelming. The...
In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Joseph Romm about how the climate is changing and how we know that human behavior is the primary cause. They discuss why small changes in temperature matter so much, the…
People living in Myanmar's Dry Zone are facing the impact of climate change on their lives. The project, Addressing Climate Change Risks on Water Resources a...
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47 year-old Health Data Manager Nestor Nicole from Cumberland, likes amateur astronomy, computer repair Birmingham and hot air balooning. During the recent