Top news of the week: 09.06.2020.

Climate, Climate change, Carbon dioxide, Methane, Weather, Global warming

Future Of Climate

On Jun 5, 2020
@IISDRS shared
The @UNFCCC #JuneMomentum for #ClimateChange virtual events continued Friday with the 9th Durban Forum on Capacity-building and the launch of the 2020 Technical Examination Process on #Adaptation with a focus on youth. #climateaction https://t.co/VuDkUCtBb4
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June Momentum for Climate Change

June Momentum for Climate Change

On Friday, 5 June 2020, IISD, through its Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) Meeting Coverage, covered online the June Momentum for Climate Change, which runs from 1 to 10 June 2020

On Jun 5, 2020
@GRI_LSE shared
RT @NachmanyMichal: 'Climate Change Laws of the World' documents 1860+ laws & policies from 200 countries... but we at @GRI_LSE are sure a few are still missing. Take a few min to check your country's entries & add missing info: https://t.co/uvNu5ummLL - spread the word🙏 https://t.co/UKEsW6eHOU
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Climate change laws and policies - user contribution

Climate change laws and policies - user contribution

Thanks you for contributing to Climate Change Laws of the World database! Maintaining the global pulse of climate legislation and policies relies on many partners and collaborators, and we ...

On Jun 3, 2020
@ret_ward shared
How climate change affects Singapore https://t.co/h3J329tGPf
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How climate change affects Singapore

How climate change affects Singapore

Many might think that climate change is insignificant because we contribute just 0.11 per cent to global emissions. However, experts emphasise that everyone plays a part in resolving the ...

On Jun 3, 2020
@CGIARclimate shared
RT @GCAdaptation: We're hiring! 📢 Join our amazing team in Groningen, the Netherlands. We are recruiting a Research Lead for advanced modeling of climate change impacts, risks and adaptation solutions. https://t.co/eHpvnYsNbb
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Research Lead Advanced Modeling of Climate Change Impacts, Risks and Adaptation Solutions (PhD/1 FTE)

Research Lead Advanced Modeling of Climate Change Impacts, Risks and Adaptation Solutions (PhD/1 FTE)

Research Lead Advanced Modeling of Climate Change Impacts, Risks and Adaptation Solutions (PhD/1 FTE) - Global Center on Adaptation

On Jun 3, 2020
@LeoHickman shared
RT @uniofeastanglia: Many congratulations to @ueaenv's @clequere who has been awarded the prestigious Heineken prize for Environmental Sciences for her pioneering research into the impact of climate change on the world’s oceans. Read more about the award here ➡️https://t.co/7yjSj0P8Qk. https://t.co/vtADzOj59h
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UEA professor wins international environmental sciences prize for climate change research

UEA professor wins international environmental sciences prize for climate change research

The pioneering research of Prof Corinne Le Quéré, from the University of East Anglia’s (UEA’s) School of Environmental Sciences, into the impact of climate change on the world’s oceans has ...

On Jun 7, 2020
@ret_ward shared
Farmers must take control of the climate change debate https://t.co/oRohaf1hWH
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Farmers must take control of the climate change debate

Farmers must take control of the climate change debate

Farmers will have to adapt their businesses to meet climate change targets, but what does that mean for food production? Ewan Pate speaks to former NFU Scotland president and co-chairman of ...

On Jun 4, 2020
@insideclimate shared
Thirteen years ago, the Supreme Court decided that greenhouse gases are considered pollution under the nation’s bedrock Clean Air Act. Now a coalition of states and green groups are suing the Trump administration to block a possible threat to that ruling. https://t.co/TYl6ROMyhT
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How Massachusetts v. EPA Forced the U.S. Government to Take On Climate Change

How Massachusetts v. EPA Forced the U.S. Government to Take On Climate Change

The landmark Supreme Court ruling held that greenhouse gases were pollutants that could be regulated by the executive branch. Could it soon be reversed?

On Jun 5, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
“The very people who are becoming sick and dying during the pandemic are the same ones who are most negatively affected by climate change.” - @EjToxicdoc https://t.co/Q8CFFJoemK via @benpiven w/ @digitaltrends
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Climate change could collide with coronavirus to create a summer from hell

Climate change could collide with coronavirus to create a summer from hell

Scientists are concerned that the combination of global warming, a deepening economic crisis, and pandemic lockdowns could cause a long and sweltering summer.