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Disease and climate change: What could the future look like? OCS Blog – OXFORD CLIMATE SOCIETY

Disease and climate change: What could the future look like? 5/4/2020  By Laura Watson Coronavirus is on all our minds right now – but what does our changing climate mean for the future of outbreaks? Disease incidence and climate change … Continue reading

Climate Crisis Weekly: How climate change, COVID-19 intersect – Electrek

Michelle Lewis – Apr. 4th 2020 9:00 am ET Arthur Wyns, a climate change adviser to the World Health Organization (WHO), wrote an op-ed for the World Economic Forum about how climate change and the coronavirus are linked. You can … Continue reading

XRTV Interview: Chris Hedges on Coronavirus, Climate and What Next?

Extinction Rebellion Mar 28, 2020 A live XRTV #alonetogether interview with Chris Hedges, American journalist and author. Chris won the Pulitzer Prize while at the New York Times and has written a number of groundbreaking books on the crises we … Continue reading

Webinar: Climate Change in the Era of COVID-19

Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) Apr 3, 2020 Presented by Heather Goldstone, Chief Communications Officer of Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC), with opening remarks by Phil Duffy, President & Executive Director of WHRC. The novel coronavirus pandemic has been compared … Continue reading

Rich vs. Poor: Who Should Pay To Fix Climate Change? | Hot Mess

Hot Mess Jul 12, 2018 Over the past few centuries, a handful of countries reaped the benefits of fossil fuels and developed their economies, emitting a lot of greenhouse gases along the way. We now know these gases have changed … Continue reading

Indigenous Communities Are on the Front Lines of Climate Change | Hot Mess

Hot Mess Sep 13, 2018 Peril & Promise is a public media initiative from WNET telling human stories of climate change and its solutions. Learn more at:…

Indigenous Peoples Must be Part of Solution to Climate Change

UN Climate Change Nov 7, 2017 On Indigenous People’s Day at COP23, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa joined representatives of indigenous peoples assembled in Bonn, acknowledging their part in being a solution to the problem of climate change. … Continue reading

Alaska natives feel the heat of climate change | AFP

AFP News Agency May 1, 2019 In Alaska, indigenous coast communities are under increased threat from soil erosion, made worse by the effects of climate change. In the village of Napakiak, residents have been moving away from the shoreline for … Continue reading

Enhanced Seismic Activity Observed in Alaska Due To Climate Change

Climate State Jun 8, 2019 With news breaking that Alaska just had its warmest March to May on record with a statewide average temperature of 32.6°F, 8.6°F above the long-term average – the previous warmest spring in Alaska was in … Continue reading

Climate Scientist speaks on the current Climate Situation

Climate State Jul 10, 2019 Thom Hartmann interviewed climate scientist Michael Mann in July 2019, here is a summary of it with a scope on our emissions, sea level rise, and what happens in the Arctic. The full over 11 … Continue reading