Climate Change News from the Thomson Reuters Foundation – 28 December 2016


2016: A year of transition from talk to action on climate change

Earth’s temperature to dip but still sizzle in 2017

Temperatures around North Pole leap close to melting point

El Nino-linked cyclones to increase in Pacific with global warming -research

From a former sex slave to a climate poet: five unsung heroes of 2016


VIDEO: Savings, trainings help Burmese farmers survive extreme weather

China to cap 2017 energy consumption at 4.4 bln tonnes coal equivalent

China smog war moves to courts with range of crimes to widen

China to levy new taxes in bid to strengthen pollution fight

Beijing districts to cap population in bid to tackle smog, congestion

China’s name and shame campaign fails to deter polluters


FEATURE-Songs and sanctions help regreen Sudan’s desert villages

Traditional rainmaking ceremonies resurge in parched Zimbabwe


Brazilian conservationists develop new tool to cut illegal wood from supply chains

Obama bans new oil, gas drilling off Alaska, part of Atlantic coast


Natural resource activists are paying a heavy price

Digital media are shaking up reporting on climate change

Nature: the decisive solution for the climate change crisis

The news that wasn’t: What you missed in 2016

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