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Climate Refugees: Pain of Unseen Victims

Climate change is taking place fast with increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, erratic weather, loss of biodiversity and damaged ecosystems. Millions of people are suffering from damage to their lands, agriculture, livelihood systems and threat to life. Living conditions are becoming treacherous with each passing day. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reminded that Read More…

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Climate Change Deepening Gender Inequalities: A Reality Check

How today’s most critical matter, the warming planet, and worsening environment is, linked to the long-existed issue of gender inequality? And how can women’s empowerment help combat climate change? How Women are Disproportionately Affected by Climate Change Climate change is not a male-female issue. On the contrary, it exacerbates already existing vulnerabilities, many of which Read More…

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A 3-Degree Celcius Hotter Earth: Can COP26 Save the Planet?

Climate change and the rising global average temperature have become a common enemy in today’s ever-dividing world. Unfortunately, the global average temperature is on rising. The world is about to hit the limit set by the Paris Climate Agreement, but the net emissions are nowhere near zero. But, what catastrophe could possibly unravel by just Read More…

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Is Veganism the Solution to Eradicating Food Carbon Foot Print?

The climate crisis threshold years are approaching. The estimations of cataclysmic climate events are popping up sooner than expected. Governments, around the globe, are taking extreme measures to cut down their net carbon emission to zero. In all this haze, the question about animal-based food products, accounting for one-fourth of the total global greenhouse gas Read More…

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Starving Madagascar: The Climate Change Nightmare Unfolding in Madagascar

The Island country of Madagascar, located in the Indian Ocean, is paying the heftiest price of climate change; a terrible human-caused catastrophe, the poor country has little to no part to play. Squashed by the lack of rain and sufficient aid support, Madagascar is witnessing its worst drought in the last forty years, with no Read More…

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Nuclear Energy: a Miraculous Solution to Climate Change or an Unnecessary Gamble?

Climate change is becoming a global mainstream concern, and every country is vowing to level down their carbon emission to net-zero in the coming few decades. One of the strongest contestants of alternate energy sources, which is receiving an equal amount of support as criticism, is Nuclear Energy. In recent years an increasing number of Read More…

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Climate Change Taking Toll on Low-Income Countries

The subtle and stark effect of climate change can be experienced all over the globe. The gradually shifting weather patter, extreme weather events, rising sea levels, and melting glaciers are some of the most devastating evidence of the rapidly changing climate and the disastrous after-effects that follow. But the newest report from BBC shows that Read More…

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Extreme Weather: Floods, Wildfires, & Heatwaves Underscoring the New Reality

The startling and horrifying images captured in Europe’s ground with streets, houses, and beautiful villages alongside rivers furiously washed away by the lightning-fast floodwater. Scientists fear that the devastating floods in one side of the world, devastating wildfires in one, and extreme heatwaves in the other may be the new norm. Climate change-driven these extreme Read More…

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Heatwaves Killing Masses & Climate Change Making it More Grievous

Temperature hiking, breaking all the previous records, and masses dying because of the deadly heatwaves are all the realities of 2021 summer, that scientists predicted are still a few decades away. Despite being ranked amongst the coldest countries, where the temperature falling beyond -20°C is customary, the ravaging heatwaves striking many states in Canada broke Read More…

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Climate Catastrophes Could Spark The Next Global Financial Crisis

Climate once believed to a poor excuse for weak economic data, has now become a major concern, as experts are speculating that the current cataclysmic climate catastrophes could spur the next global financial crisis. The Bank for International Settlement (BIS)’s S&P global report of last year showed concern about the worsening climate condition and that Read More…