1. Most in the developed world think the US is doing a bad job on climate, Pew poll finds  CNN
  2. Poll finds huge percentage fear having children because of climate crisis | TheHill  The Hill
  3. More than 80% say they'd change their behavior to fight climate change, but U.S. conservatives lag  CNBC
  4. With many African climate activists unable to access vaccines, should Cop26 go ahead?  The Guardian
  5. Will the horrors of this century surpass those of the last? | TheHill  The Hill
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Researchers surveyed young people on their emotional response to growing threats of climate change.Researchers surveyed young people on their emotional response to growing threats of climate change.

Poll finds huge percentage fear having children because of climate crisis | TheHill

Researchers surveyed young people on their emotional response to growing threats of climate change.Researchers surveyed young people on their emotional response to growing threats of climate change.

Poll finds huge percentage fear having children because of climate crisis | TheHill

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Intense concern about climate change is increasing among people in several major economies, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center.Intense concern about climate change is increasing among people in several major economies, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center.

More Europeans are taking climate change seriously. In the U.S., not so much.

As schools reopen, climate change impacts our youth.As schools reopen, climate change impacts our youth.

It's time for schools to prepare the next generation of environmental health leaders | TheHill

As schools reopen, climate change impacts our youth.As schools reopen, climate change impacts our youth.

It's time for schools to prepare the next generation of environmental health leaders | TheHill

At the present rate, climate change will kill more people than all infectious diseases combined by the end of this century.At the present rate, climate change will kill more people than all infectious diseases combined by the end of this century.

Will the horrors of this century surpass those of the last? | TheHill

At the present rate, climate change will kill more people than all infectious diseases combined by the end of this century.At the present rate, climate change will kill more people than all infectious diseases combined by the end of this century.

Will the horrors of this century surpass those of the last? | TheHill

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Sami Grover makes the case that It’s time we reclaim the concept of what freedom really means.Sami Grover makes the case that It’s time we reclaim the concept of what freedom really means.

The Climate Movement Must Reclaim the Concept of Freedom

Citizens offer mixed reviews of how their societies have responded to climate change, and many question the efficacy of international efforts to stave off a global environmental crisis.Citizens offer mixed reviews of how their societies have responded to climate change, and many question the efficacy of international efforts to stave off a global environmental crisis.

Climate Change Concerns Make Many Around the World Willing to Alter How They Live and Work | Pew Research Center

A new analysis, using 15 years of autonomous underwater measurements and simulations from the latest global climate models, refined our estimate of future ocean warming and sea level rise.A new analysis, using 15 years of autonomous underwater measurements and simulations from the latest global climate models, refined our estimate of future ocean warming and sea level rise.

How much will our oceans warm and cause sea levels to rise this century? We've just improved our estimate

How much will our oceans warm and cause sea levels to rise this century? We've just improved our estimate

Penn experts on climate action, some of whom contributed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, are emphasizing the urgency of climate action and reaching net-zero carbon emissions.Penn experts on climate action, some of whom contributed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, are emphasizing the urgency of climate action and reaching net-zero carbon emissions.

‘Warming is human activity’: Penn experts urge climate action on campus and beyond | The Daily Pennsylvanian

The voices of mothers highlight the public service announcements.The voices of mothers highlight the public service announcements.

Ad Council, Science Moms and Potential Energy Coalition Team on Climate Campaign

The Pew survey also found that the two largest greenhouse gas emitters, the United States and China, get low marks from other countries for their climate policies.The Pew survey also found that the two largest greenhouse gas emitters, the United States and China, get low marks from other countries for their climate policies.

Pew research survey finds people around the world see climate change as a major threat - The Washington Post

What sort of political movement will it take to get our representatives closer to what scientists say is needed to avert the worst impacts of climate change, asks Aaron Myran, co-founder and executive director of Future Majority.What sort of political movement will it take to get our representatives closer to what scientists say is needed to avert the worst impacts of climate change, asks Aaron Myran, co-founder and

This election should be about the climate crisis — but it’s not | Canada's National Observer: News & Analysis

The governments in Edinburgh and London will use the climate change conference to advocate for competing visions of Scotland’s future.The governments in Edinburgh and London will use the climate change conference to advocate for competing visions of Scotland’s future.

COP26: A showcase for Scottish independence – POLITICO

The visit by rail logistics solutions company DB Cargo UK's loco ties in with Scotland's Climate Week, which helps raise awareness of the global climate emergency. The visit by rail logistics solutions company DB Cargo UK's loco ties in with Scotland's Climate Week, which helps raise awareness of the global climate emergency.

Glasgow Central Station to welcome visit of special HVO-powered locomotive tomorrow - Glasgow Live

Last month the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published the latest report from its first Working Group. There are three Working Groups and Working Group 1 focuses on the physical science of climate change, while the other two look at adaptation and mitigation. So this report gives us the...Last month the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published the latest report from its first Working Group. There are three Working Groups and Working Group 1 focuses on the physical science of climate change, while the other two look at adaptation and mitigation. So this report gives us the...

Code Red from the IPCC - Ted Franks | Livewire

ONE of the first large public indoor events in Ilkley since March 2020 will be held in the Clarke Foley Centre on Monday, September 27 at 7:30pm.ONE of the first large public indoor events in Ilkley since March 2020 will be held in the Clarke Foley Centre on Monday, September 27 at 7:30pm.

Wharfedale expert to give talk on climate politics ahead of crucial COP26 | Ilkley Gazette

But there is less confidence in the international community  leading the way to combat the climate crisis. . Read more at straitstimes.com.World News -But there is less confidence in the international community  leading the way to combat the climate crisis. . Read more at straitstimes.com.

Concern grows in developed countries on climate change, people willing to make changes: Pew Survey, World News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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Technically, on Saturday, the US War on Terror came to an end.Technically, on Saturday, the US War on Terror came to an end.

Why businesses must lead the war on climate change | The Daily Star

Pennsylvanians from all walks of life know we’re already experiencing adverse effects of climate change in a variety of ways, writers say.

Lesser-known symptoms of climate crisis seen in Poconos. How to reverse them. | Opinion - lehighvalleylive.com

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UN scientists recently released a landmark study detailing humanity’s damaging impact on the climate as a ‘statement of fact’, and revealing that ongoing emissions of warming gases could see a key temperature limit broken in just over a decade. The 42-page document from the Intergovernmental Pan

“On a Track to True Climate Catastrophe” – Experts Respond to Landmark IPCC Report

“On a Track to True Climate Catastrophe” – Experts Respond to Landmark IPCC Report – SciTechDaily

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The great ice sheets will continue to melt, unless we change. Most people will have heard that melting ice leads to sea-level rise, and that this...

Holding back the rivers of ice | Otago Daily Times Online News