U.S. Oil and Gas Industry Seen to Worsen Climate Change With 30 Percent More Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025

U.S. Oil and Gas Industry Seen to Worsen Climate Change With 30 Percent More Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025

A new research shows that the U.S. oil and gas industry could emit 227 million tons of additional greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2025.
Costa Rica Bags Prince William’s Earthshot Prize Worth $1.4 Million for Its Climate Change Initiative

Costa Rica Bags Prince William's Earthshot Prize Worth $1.4 Million for Its Climate Change Initiative

Costa Rica has taken home the prize money of around $1.4 million after winning Prince William's Earthshot Prize for its climate change initiative.
Queen Elizabeth Overheard on Livestream Saying She's 'Irritated' by World Leaders' Inaction on Climate Change

Queen Elizabeth Overheard on Livestream Saying She's 'Irritated' by World Leaders' Inaction on Climate Change

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly said she is "irritated" by world leaders who "talk but don't do" on climate change.
YouTube Originals to Release 'Laudato Si,' A Documentary Based on Pope Francis' Environment Encyclical

YouTube Originals to Release 'Laudato Si,' A Documentary Based on Pope Francis' Environment Encyclical

YouTube Originals announce ordering the critically-acclaimed documentary "Laudato Si," based on Pope Francis' second encyclical, and provides an urgent call to action to protect the planet and human lives.
San Diego Climate Advocates Rally for Green New Deal That Aims to Control Climate Change

San Diego Climate Advocates Rally for Green New Deal That Aims to Control Climate Change

San Diego climate advocates encouraged federal officials to support legislation that aims to control climate change when they conducted a rally in City Heights.
First Water Shortage on Colorado River Declared Amid Historic Drought; Cutbacks to Hammer Arizona Farmers

First Water Shortage on Colorado River Declared Amid Historic Drought; Cutbacks to Hammer Arizona Farmers

As the federal government declared the first water shortage on the Colorado River, farmers from Arizona would be the most affected sector when mandatory water cutbacks start next year.
Heat Wave in Oregon Leaves More Than 60 Dead, Including 45 in Multnomah County

Heat Wave in Oregon Leaves More Than 60 Dead, Including 45 in Multnomah County

The state of Oregon recorded more than 60 deaths amid the historic heat wave in the western region of the United States.
School Strike 4 Climate: Classrooms in Australia Went Empty as Students Joined Climate Strike

Classrooms in Australia Went Empty as Students Joined Climate Strike

The latest grassroots campaign by young individuals in Australia surprised the country after thousands of students joined the School Strike for Climate rallies.
Senate Energy And Natural Resources Committee Considers Debra Anne Haaland To Be Secretary Of Interior

Interior Department Breathes New Life Into Climate Accountability, Social Justice

Environmental nonprofit WildEarth Guardians lauded Interior Secretary Deb Haaland for her latest decisions protecting the environment, public lands, as well as restoring accountability, scrutiny, transparency, and justice in the US Department of the Interior.
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New Study Shows Climate Change Intensifies Tropical Storms, Depletes Oxygen

Global warming brought by climate change creates increasingly distinct layers of warm water that hinder seawater circulations needed for regulating climate and marine life.
Conservation and public health advocates call on Latinos to act upon the preservation of public lands and fight against climate change.

Latinos Urged to Support Conservation and Combat Climate Change

Conservation and public health advocates call on Latinos to act upon the preservation of public lands and fight against climate change.

Coastal Flooding Forecasted to Worsen in California

Coastal flooding in California is predicted to worsen. A study conducted found that beaches, roads, and homes, among others, are especially susceptible to a rise in sea level due to climate change.
Mexico Hit by Heat Wave

Mexico Hit By Heat Wave, Essential Workers Compromised

Mexico will be living under a heatwave, which could put the health of essential workers at risk as most have to go out amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Eco Park

Mexico City Building World's Largest Eco Park

Mexico City is building a massive ecological park that aims to have a huge impact in the fight against global warming and climate change.
Mexican farmer

Climate Change Affects Mexico's Cradle of Corn

Agriculture experts in Mexico are worried of the effects brought by climate change in the country's corn production.
5 Cities That Will be Hurt the Most With Climate Change

5 Cities, Including Miami and Rio, Will Be Most Affected By Climate Change

Here are five of the most vulnerable cities around the world and how much they will be affected by climate change.
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