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World Climate Trial: Greta Thunberg and Students Lead Climate Crisis Protest – Live Updates | Surroundings

Young activists in Brazil: Less CO2, more Vida 20-year-old Thalita Alves and 18-year-old Gabriela Cunha from Federal Fluminense University demonstrate Friday the footsteps of the state legislature in Rio de Janeiro. Photo: Dom Phillips / The Guardian On Friday, there were small demonstrations throughout Brazil. In the morning dozens of students and university students filled the steps of Rio de …

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Global strike against climate change today: millions of people have taken to the streets in New York City and around the world – live updates

CBSNews.com Live Video HD 1 Millions of people are skipping the school and working around the world to protest climate change. They call for an "end to the fossil fuel age". Climate Activist Greta Thunberg is one of thousands who participated in the New York City march. Thousands marched in New York City, Chicago, Denver and other cities across the …

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Germany Unveils $ 60 Billion Climate Crisis Plan

Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted at a press conference to present the plan that Germany had not achieved its original goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 40% by 2020 compared to 1990 levels. It is now targeting a 55% reduction by 2030, she said. "We have to say with high probability that the goal we set for ourselves in 2007 will …

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The climate hunters

In the dark of winter, meters of snow cover the Stordalen Mire, a spongy piece of Swedish moor, about an hour's drive from Kiruna Airport. The ice on a nearby lake is so thick that you can safely roll over it with a snowmobile. But in the summer, the snowpack on far-flung peaks falls into slits, scrubby woolen grass heads …

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Global Climate Protection: World's Largest Day for Climate Demonstrations in History

But it's not just young people attending this month, but also working and humanitarian groups, environmental organizations and employees of some of the world's biggest brands. According to the Swedish student Thunberg, who is in New York before the United Nations Climate Summit on 23 September, around 4,638 events have been organized in 139 countries. With the strike on September …

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Investors are heating up governments over climate change

A group of 515 investors on Wednesday called on policymakers to act "with the utmost urgency" to achieve the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, which is designed to limit global warming. "Governments need to do much more to accelerate the low-carbon transition and improve the resilience of our economy, society and the financial system to climate change," …

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Greta Thunberg leads the youth climate strike in 150 countries on Friday

This story is part of Covering Climate Now a global collaboration of more than 250 news agencies to improve coverage of the climate history. Young people from around the world are launching a massive coordinated strike by the school on Friday, September 20, to protest the government's inaction against climate change. It will probably be one of the biggest environmental …

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News on climate change: Most Americans say that climate change should now be addressed in a new survey by CBS News

A majority of Americans believe that action must be taken immediately to tackle climate change. At least, most people see it as a serious problem – including more than a quarter, who say it is a crisis. Seven out of ten respondents believe that human activity contributes much or little to climate change, and most feel personally committed to do …

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"Americans wake up": two-thirds say climate crisis has to be tackled | science

Two-thirds of Americans believe that climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem. A majority wants immediate action to combat global warming and its harmful consequences. Interactive Amidst a democratic supremacy marked by unprecedented concern about the climate crisis and an insurgent youth climate movement affecting the world, the surveys show significant, albeit uneven, support for solving the …

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