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Wildfires raging in central and southern Mexico
2019-05-14
Firefighters in Mexico City reported that they had fought 23 fires in 11 boroughs so far
Dos Bocas oil refinery: devastated mangrove and wildlife at risk
2019-05-14
According to experts, the area is often flooded and could turn into a swamp, as well as being an environmental preservation zone
The UK and Mexico team up to fight climate change
2019-05-09
The United Kingdom is the only country that has been able to lower gas emissions while maintaining a sustainable and inclusive economic growth
Human activity is driving one million species to extinction
2019-05-07
Compiled over three years and based on 15,000 scientific papers, a landmark report identified a range of risks, from the disappearance of insects to the destruction of coral reefs, and the loss of medicinal plants
Sargassum plague invades Mexican caribbean again
2019-05-04
The beaches of Cancún, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos, and Tulum have filled with high volumes of sargassum
Thousands block London roads to demand action on climate change
2019-04-16
Thousands of environmental activists paralyzed parts of central London by blocking Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, and Waterloo Bridge in a bid to force the government to do more to tackle climate change
Mexican diplomat among top 100 influential people in climate policy
2019-03-21
Patricia Espinosa is the executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Cyclone Idai hit millions across Africa in record disaster
2019-03-19
Studies of satellite images suggested 1.7 million people were in the path of the cyclone in Mozambique and another 920,000 affected in Malawi
Nature and adaptation to climate change
2019-03-11
If we don’t protect nature, there will be no solutions that matter for humans to adapt to the impacts of climate change
Trump climate deregulation could boost CO2 emissions
2019-03-06
The increase would hobble global efforts to avoid climate change, which scientists say is caused by burning fossil fuels and will lead to devastating sea-level rise, droughts, and more frequent powerful storms