Category: Sci - Tech

COP26: Cautious welcome for unexpected US-China climate...

Activists and politicians have cautiously welcomed an unexpected US-China declaration that vowed to boost climate co-operation.

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Coastal saltmarsh 'engineered' to fight climate change

Re-flooding coastal wetlands could provide an opportunity to "work with nature" and use sea level rise to fight climate change, sc...

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Climate change: Iran says lift sanctions and we'll rati...

Iran will ratify the landmark Paris agreement on climate change only if sanctions against it are lifted, a senior leader has told ...

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COP26: What do the poorest countries want from climate ...

Developing countries are the most vulnerable to the damage caused by climate change, such as floods, droughts and wildfires.

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COP26: Fossil fuel industry has largest delegation at c...

There are more delegates at COP26 associated with the fossil fuel industry than from any single country, analysis shared with the ...

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TikTok: Missing girl found after using viral call for h...

A teenager who went missing in the US has been found after she used hand signals that went viral on TikTok to show she was in dang...

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COP26: Rich countries ‘pushing back’ on paying for clim...

Vulnerable countries at COP26 say rich nations are pushing back against their attempts to secure compensation for the damage cause...

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Zuckerberg's metaverse: Lessons from Second Life

This week, I travelled back in time to visit the future.

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Climate change: Facebook fails to flag denial, study fi...

Climate change denial is spreading unchecked on Facebook, two studies by disinformation researchers have found.

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COP26: More than 40 countries pledge to quit coal

More than 40 countries have committed to shift away from coal, in pledges made at the COP26 climate summit.

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Climate change: Carbon emissions show rapid rebound aft...

Global carbon dioxide emissions are set to rebound to near the levels they were at before Covid, in a finding that has surprised s...

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