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Canadian students say adapting to climate change like giving in

Quebec City - A Quebec high school French exam question that asked students about adapting to climate change has drawn a torrent of online criticism, as teens used memes and videos to denounce what they see as government inaction on climate issues.

South Carolina Military leaders take action on sea level rise

Military leaders in South Carolina are preparing for rising sea levels while partisans dispute whether it's the effect of global warming. But that's because they are seeing the effects of climate change.

Rising seas to cost the world $14 trillion annually by 2100

In 80 years the rising seas’ cost could be $14 trillion a year globally, with the oceans possibly nearing two meters (6.5 feet) above their present levels, according to new research.

Op-Ed: Climate change will be solved by cities, not governments

More than half of the world's 7.2 billion people live in cities, and people living in cities are responsible for half of all greenhouse gas emissions. But tackling the challenge of these emissions is going to be done at the city level, and not by nations.

Geoengineering Could Complement Mitigation to Cool Climate

The first comprehensive assessment of the climate cooling potential of different geoengineering schemes has been carried out by researchers at the University of East Anglia.

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Toronto  Canada is a leader in reducing emissions and adopting actions that  minimize or prevent the...
Toronto, Canada is a leader in reducing emissions and adopting actions that minimize or prevent the negative impacts of climate change.
Place Carnot  in Lyon  France  one of Europe s  climate leaders.
Place Carnot, in Lyon, France, one of Europe's "climate leaders."
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