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John Houghton, Who Sounded Alarm on Climate Change, Dies at 88

On Apr 24, 2020
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He led the United Nations panel on global warming that won a Nobel Peace Prize; he died from complications of the coronavirus

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On Apr 24, 2020
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RT @NYTScience: John Houghton, a scientist and leader of the United Nations panel on climate change who helped tell the world about climate change, has died from complications of the coronavirus. https://t.co/lz2oVrsMUt
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John Houghton, Who Sounded Alarm on Climate Change, Dies at 88

He led the United Nations panel on global warming that won a Nobel Peace Prize; he died from complications of the coronavirus

Sir John Houghton, Climate Scientist and Founding IPCC Editor, Dies at 88

One of the pioneers of international climate assessment has died after a long and influential career.

Rajendra Pachauri, 79, Dies; Led Nobel-Winning Climate Agency

Sharing the prize with Al Gore, his U.N. organization was recognized for its work on global warming, but his career was undone by harassment accusations.

How climate change got labeled a 'crisis'

Advocates for action against climate change have been working for more than a decade to label the issue a crisis. The term has now gone mainstream.

Big investors warn companies against backtrack on climate change

The Financial Times reports that “big investors have urged companies to maintain their focus on reducing carbon emissions, even as businesses grapple with the economic fallout of ...

Rajendra Pachauri, former IPCC head accused of sexual harassment, dies aged 79

Environmentalist was in charge when UN climate change panel shared 2007 Nobel peace prize but career was marred by harassment claims

The Last of the Climate Deniers Hold On, Despite Your Protests

Propped by an industry-funded network, demanded by the Trump administration, the last vestiges of climate deniers in academia linger as millennials protest inaction.

Notes from a Remarkable Political Moment for Climate Change

After years of languishing, climate concern is suddenly and explosively rising to the top of the political agenda—maybe, though not certainly, fast enough that we’ll get real action.

16 Sustainability Leaders Weigh In: How YOU Can Help To Reverse Global Warming

Ever wonder how you can help solve the climate crisis? Top sustainability leaders in the world share their wisdom on the most effective things we can do.

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IPCC, the world's top authority on climate science

Its mandate is to give policymakers neutral, science-based updates about global warming -- its impacts, and scenarios for bringing the problem under control. Every five or six years the ...