Not only humans but four-legged migrants are at risk from border walls. Other species can be climate refugees too.
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Beijing’s plan to cut greenhouse gases could mean a global expansion of green industries following China’s climate lead.
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For South Korea, it seems, climate care is a case of going green at home – and doing the opposite overseas.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci has called wildlife markets “a superhighway” for transmission of disease. Above, a wildlife market in Indonesia. Photo by Dog Meat Free Indonesia
The World Health Organization is calling on nations to end wildlife markets because of the high risk they pose for the spread of pathogens like the coronavirus that can jump from animals to humans. This week, David Nabarro, a medical doctor and the special envoy . . .
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The city of Zhuhai announced that dogs and cats are not livestock meant for consumption, as part of a wider ban on eating wildlife. The ban will take effect May 1. Photo by Peter Li/HSI
A second city in mainland China has banned dog and cat meat, striking the latest in a series of blows against this cruel trade that causes immeasurable suffering and pain for millions of animals each year. The city of Zhuhai announced that dogs and cats . . .
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Wind, water and solar sources − the renewable energy trio − could meet almost all the needs of our power-hungry society in 30 years.
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As the polar sea ice vanishes faster, Russia unveils plans to exploit Arctic riches: fossil fuel deposits, minerals and new shipping routes.
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Healthcare workers urging zero carbon emissions say chemicals used increasingly to anaesthetise patients are potent greenhouse gases.
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Plans for two new nuclear plants in Western Europe have met more setbacks in the last week, risking the industry’s future here.
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24 October, 2018 − We’re using more and more raw materials to build the world anew: our demands will almost have doubled by 2060. That’s bad news for the climate.
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