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Climate Change Is Affecting Businesses Worldwide, and Cynthia Telles Notes They Are Taking Action

climate change is affecting businesses worldwide, and cynthia telles notes they are taking action
*LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 18, 2019 / *The terrible wildfires in California this past week are another reminder of the growing effects we are seeing from global climate change. Effective..
Accesswire - Published

FUCHS to be CO2-neutral globally by 2020

DGAP-News: FUCHS PETROLUB SE / Key word(s): Miscellaneous 18.10.2019 / 15:45 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. -------------------- *FUCHS to be..
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Prince William and Kate Middleton Call for Action on Climate Change [Video]Prince William and Kate Middleton Call for Action on Climate Change

Prince William and Kate Middleton Call for Action on Climate Change This week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Pakistan's Hindu Kush mountain range. They witnessed how the..

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BA-owner IAG commits to zero carbon by 2050 [Video]BA-owner IAG commits to zero carbon by 2050

British Airways' owner IAG says it will achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, becoming the first major airlines group to make such a commitment. David Pollard reports.

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Greta Thunberg leads South Dakota climate rally [Video]Greta Thunberg leads South Dakota climate rally

Greta Thunberg leads march in Rapid City, South Dakota. It is one of many rallies against climate change across the world organized for the next two weeks. Sareena Dayaram reports.

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Mass arrests as Extinction Rebellion kicks off global climate action [Video]Mass arrests as Extinction Rebellion kicks off global climate action

Activist group Extinction Rebellion kicked off two weeks of planned peaceful civil disobedience on Monday, prompting arrests in the UK, Australia and the Netherlands. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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"Fighting Belle" Available On Amazon [Video]"Fighting Belle" Available On Amazon

News 25's Hank Davis interviews Tremain Merrell about "Fighting Belle" the movie now available on Amazon.

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What Matters This Week, January 9, 2017 Part 2 [Video]What Matters This Week, January 9, 2017 Part 2

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Watch this before heading out to the Global Climate Strike [Video]Watch this before heading out to the Global Climate Strike

Meteorologist Chris Murphy with the weather forecast.

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Second round: The global climate strike strikes again [Video]Second round: The global climate strike strikes again

Last Friday, millions of people made their voice heard in more than 4000 locations around the world to garner attention for earth’s climate emergency. It happens again today.

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New wave of global climate protests: Are Friday strikes here to stay? [Video]New wave of global climate protests: Are Friday strikes here to stay?

A new wave of worldwide climate change protests inspired by Greta Thunberg's 'Fridays for Future' movement has got underway,

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Global Climate Strike forecast [Video]Global Climate Strike forecast

Here's what you need to know if you plan on attending climate strikes across Canada.

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Google to invest US$2 billion in renewable energy [Video]Google to invest US$2 billion in renewable energy

Google has announced plans to invest in renewable energy sources across three continents to supply the company with clean electricity.

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Greta Thunberg hits back at Trump taunt [Video]Greta Thunberg hits back at Trump taunt

Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg shot back at on Tuesday (September 24) at U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to mock her on Twitter by changing her profile on the social media site..

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Minnesota Climate Week [Video]Minnesota Climate Week

Taking action after the Global Climate Strike

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Greta Thunberg To UN Climate Summit: 'We Are Unstoppable' [Video]Greta Thunberg To UN Climate Summit: 'We Are Unstoppable'

Following a global wave of climate strikes, activist Greta Thunberg spoke briefly at the first UN Youth Climate Summit Saturday. We showed that we are united, and that we young people are unstoppable...

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Thousands of Lyon residents march for action on climate change [Video]Thousands of Lyon residents march for action on climate change

Thousands marched in Lyon, France on Saturday to call for action on climate change. Police put the number of marchers at 5,000 but organisers said triple that number came out onto the..

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'No Planet B': Millions take to streets in global climate strike [Video]'No Planet B': Millions take to streets in global climate strike

From New York to Istanbul, young activists abandon school to demand immediate action on climate change.

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Elderly woman blows kisses to climate strikers marching below her balcony [Video]Elderly woman blows kisses to climate strikers marching below her balcony

This is the touching moment an elderly woman blew kisses and waved to the crowds of climate strikers marching beneath her balcony in central Paris on Friday. Thousands of the marchers cheered as the..

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Thunberg headlines NYC event in global climate strike [Video]Thunberg headlines NYC event in global climate strike

Millions of young people flooded the streets of cities around the world on Friday (September 20) to demand political leaders take urgent steps to stop climate change, uniting in a worldwide protest..

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Thousands march in Cape Town during global climate strike [Video]Thousands march in Cape Town during global climate strike

Thousands of residents of Cape Town, South Africa walked out of school and work on Friday as part of the global climate strike.

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Millennial Automotive Purchase Intent on the Rise, Despite Ride-Hailing Popularity and Global Climate Concerns, Duff & Phelps Study Reveals

millennial automotive purchase intent on the rise, despite ride-hailing popularity and global climate concerns, duff & phelps study reveals
· *Over 80% (83%) of Asian respondents who own a car expect to buy or lease another in the next five years, compared to 75% globally* · *92% of respondents in mainland China expect to buy or lease..
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New Tool Enables Nova Scotia Lobster Fishery To Address Impacts Of Climate Change

U.S. and Canadian researchers have developed a tool that incorporates projected changes in ocean climate onto a geographic fishery management area. Now fishermen, resource managers, and policy-makers..
Eurasia Review - Published

Plastic cotton buds now banned in Scotland in fight against 'global climate emergency'

'This ban builds on work already under way to address Scotland's throw-away culture'
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Infosys: Double Digit Growth for the Fourth Consecutive Quarter, Coupled With 1.2% Operating Margin Expansion in Q2

infosys: double digit growth for the fourth consecutive quarter, coupled with 1.2% operating margin expansion in q2
BENGALURU, India, Oct. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "Our performance was robust on multiple dimensions – revenue growth, digital growth, operating margins, operational efficiencies, large deal signings..
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Does Germany's weak climate plan reflect a polarized public?

Seen by many as unambitious, Germany's 2030 climate plan, released the day of a global climate strike and now approved by the government, reflects past public ambivalence to climate action. But that is..
Deutsche Welle - Published

Predicting Impact Of Climate Change On Bridge Safety

Climate change will ultimately affect our bridges. But to what extent? That is the essential question addressed by Lehigh University researchers David Yang and Dan M. Frangopol in a paper recently..
Eurasia Review - Published

Japanese & Saskatchewan Companies Join Forces to Advance CCS and Reduce CO2 Emissions

TOKYO, Oct. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- With a shared interest and desire to take impactful action on climate change by significantly cutting carbon emissions, organizations representing Japan and..
PR Newswire Asia - Published

Global climate 'rebellion' sees mass arrests and blocked roads

global climate 'rebellion' sees mass arrests and blocked roads
New York (AFP) Oct 7, 2019 Climate protesters from Sydney to New York blocked roads Monday, sparking hundreds of arrests, as two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the..
Terra Daily - Published Also reported by •SBS

German government accused of watering down climate bill

The German government has rejected claims that several elements of its proposed climate change law had been scaled back. Critics say the original bill was already to weak to allow Germany to reach..
Deutsche Welle - Published

How A Small English Town Spurred The Group That's Reshaping Global Climate Protests

The town of Stroud has long been an incubator for activism. Last year, it gave rise to the group Extinction Rebellion, which has rallied thousands globally to demand action on climate change.
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Dozens of activists arrested in a ‘global climate rebellion’

dozens of activists arrested in a ‘global climate rebellion’
Photo by John Keeble / Getty Images Arrests are underway as environmental protesters kicked off what they dubbed a “global rebellion” for the climate today. Protests organized by the group..
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UK: Could Taking Action On Climate Change Result In Disciplinary Action? - Dentons

Last week, people all over the world took part in mass rallies as part of a global climate change strike.
Mondaq - Published

Yet Another Haze Crisis: How Now? – Analysis

Three main factors cause the Southeast Asian transboundary haze; weather, peatland management and people. The acrid smog may have cleared for now but unless the underlying issues are addressed the..
Eurasia Review - Published

Nuclear war between India and Pakistan would unleash 'global climate catastrophe', scientists warn

A nuclear war between India and Pakistan would place the entire planet in jeopardy by unleashing a “climate catastrophe,” according to the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Global climate change crisis: Best thing to ever happen to Israeli hasbara

Greta Thunberg is in. Ahed Tamimi is out. Let the great greenwashing begin
Haaretz - Published

India-Pakistan nuclear war may kill 125 million people: Study

india-pakistan nuclear war may kill 125 million people: study
WASHINGTON: As many as 125 million people may die immediately if India and Pakistan engaged in a nuclear war, and plunge the world into a "nuclear winter" that could lead to global climate catastrophe,..
WorldNews - Published

Leonardo DiCaprio laments inaction in addressing climate change

Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been actively campaigning against climate change, recently slammed world leaders for not fulfilling their promises. At the Global Citizen Festival, DiCaprio..
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Nicola Sturgeon should not be anywhere near Glasgow climate summit, Johnson says

nicola sturgeon should not be anywhere near glasgow climate summit, johnson says
Boris Johnson has said he does not want Nicola Sturgeon “anywhere near” a global climate summit being held in Glasgow next year. The UN COP26 meeting, taking place in December 2020, will gather..
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The tiny Pacific island nation of Tokelau had best turnout for global climate strikes

Organisers claim one in five people in one particular nation took part in the climate strikes.
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Greta Thunberg marches in Montreal for global climate protests

*Montreal:* Teen activist Greta Thunberg has urged Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other world leaders to do more for the environment as she led half a million protesters in Montreal as part..
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5 young climate activists to follow beyond Greta Thunberg

By now, you probably know who 16-year-old Greta Thunberg is. From the brilliant shade she threw at President Trump after he mocked her heartfelt speech at the U.N. Climate Action Summit, to leading the..
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Climate lessons from the classroom spill into the streets

On Friday, tens of thousands of people — led by youth — marched across Canada in the Global Climate Strike. Many of the children in the streets do not know the details of the science, but they are..
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Greenland And The Arctic ‘Great Game’ – Analysis

By Jose Miguel Alonso-Trabanco President Trump’s statements concerning a proposal to purchase Greenland from Denmark were met with derision throughout the Western world, especially in diplomatic..
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Humans Didn’t Live With A High-Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere Until 1965

Humans have never before lived with the high carbon-dioxide atmospheric conditions that have become the norm on Earth in the last 60 years, according to a new research study. Titled “Low CO2..
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A missed educational opportunity

Re: “No excused absences for students who strike”: As a former teacher and school administrator for more than 25 years, I am very disappointed in the manner in which the Seattle School District..
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Thousands hit the streets in Madrid to demand climate action

Large crowds of young climate activists gathered in Spain’s capital as part of the latest 'Global Climate Strike'.
SBS - Published

Waterdown group takes part in Global Climate Strike:Event organized so locals could walk to the demonstration

waterdown group takes part in global climate strike:event organized so locals could walk to the demonstration
About a dozen people took part in Waterdown’s iteration of the Global Climate Strike movement on Sept. 27.
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'How dare you?' Thunberg's U.N. speech inspires Dutch climate protesters

Thousands of Dutch children skipped school to join a global climate strike on Friday, blocking traffic and asking their leaders "how dare you?" in a reference to Swedish teenage activist Greta..
Reuters India - Published

Russia's lone climate protester pushes for Fridays for Future movement

An estimated four million people took to the streets for the Global Climate Strike this week. But in Moscow, one demonstrator has been protesting alone for months, pushing for climate awareness and to..
Deutsche Welle - Published

Tens of thousands march in New Zealand to start 2nd wave of global climate protests

Tens of thousands of people marched to New Zealand's Parliament on Friday, launching a second wave of worldwide protests demanding swift action on climate change.
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Thousands flood city streets in 2nd wave of global climate protests

Thousands of people flooded city streets on Friday in a second wave of worldwide protests demanding swift action on climate change.
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Global climate strike: Tens of thousands skip school as New Zealand leads second round of protests

Italy's education minister says children missing school for climate strikes are 'justified'
Independent - Published

Thousands in Canada to take part on global climate strike

Thousands of Canadians are expected to hit the streets today demanding “widespread, systemic change” to halt the scary impact of a warming planet.
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5 things to know for Friday, September 27, 2019

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians are expected to flood streets across the country today as part of a global climate change march. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
CTV News - Published

'Climate strike messaging risks being hijacked by hard left groups' - agency boss

The global climate strike runs the risk of being hijacked by hard left groups and anti-capitalist messaging, turning a protest about climate change into something far more convoluted and less..
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Macaco and Jorge Drexler Support Global Climate Strike With 'Blue' Music Video

Coinciding with the global climate strike that is expected to draw millions of people today (Sept. 27), Macaco has released a new video for “...
Billboard.com - Published

Samsung foldable phone, 'Judy' hits theaters, Global Climate Strike: 5 things to know Friday

Samsung's foldable phone goes on sale across the country, "Judy" hits theaters nationwide and more things to start your Friday morning right.
USATODAY.com - Published

New wave of global climate protests: Are Friday strikes here to stay?


euronews - Published

Climate Strike 2019: When are the global protests and how can you take part?

'The climate crisis won't wait, so neither will we,' the Global Climate Strike organisers state
Independent - Published

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