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Limiting global warming to 1.5°C would save billions from dangerously hot climate, says report

Current climate policies will leave more than a fifth of humanity exposed to dangerously hot temperatures by 2100, new research suggests. Despite the Paris Agreement pledge to keep...

Climate plans insufficient to limit temperature rise to 1.5 degrees C – UN report

A new report from UN Climate Change shows countries are bending the curve of global greenhouse gas emissions downward but underlines that these efforts...

UK leads 45 govts in new pledges to protect nature, keep 1.5 alive

Forty-five governments, led by the UK, on Saturday, November 6, 2021, in Glasgow pledged urgent action and investment to protect nature and shift to more...

Climate report a code red for humanity, alarm bells deafening – Guterres

UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, speaking on the IPCC Working Group I Report on the Physical Science Basis of the Sixth Assessment, says that the world...

Patricia Espinosa urges G20 to provide leadership in path to 1.5°C

Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Patricia Espinosa, has called on countries to provide the necessary leadership to achieve the...

Benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5-degree

The recent streak of record-breaking temperatures has shown that climate change is not waiting for the world to take decisive action. But the adoption of the Paris Agreement was...

Electric cars rally towards zero emissions for 1.5-degree

Europe's largest electric vehicle rally, bringing 75 teams from 13 nations, entered its finishing phase at Geneva, Switzerland on Friday on the Place des Nations, part...

1.5-degree still defines ambition for Paris Agreement implementation

Climate Vulnerable Forum leaders on Thursday urged a ministerial gathering of the "High Ambition Coalition" in New York to take the concrete steps needed...

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Nigeria strengthens collaboration on GMOs’ safety

The Coordinating Ministry of Health and Social Welfare says it is collaborating with agencies to address growing public concerns...
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Averting flood disaster: The options before vulnerable communities

Mr Joshua Alabi residing in Kabawa area of Lokoja says he will never wish his worst enemy to be...

Adopt clean cooking technologies to combat climate change, govt urges Nigerians

In keeping with its Renewed Hope Agenda to improve citizens' well-being, the Federal Government has urged all Nigerians to...

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Nigeria strengthens collaboration on GMOs’ safety

The Coordinating Ministry of Health and Social Welfare says...

Averting flood disaster: The options before vulnerable communities

Mr Joshua Alabi residing in Kabawa area of Lokoja...
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