This week in climate news - 29 April 2018

The most popular articles from the past week.

Pay up fossil fuel industry - your free ride to pollute is over 

One of the largest environmental campaigns in history is unfolding in Australia. »
24 April 2018, 17:00 - smh - Search similar - Email

Climate action woefully inadequate, U.N. talks leader Fiji says

Government plans for slowing climate change remain 'woefully inadequate' despite promises of tougher action under the 2015 Paris agreement, according to Fiji, which will preside at United Nations talks in Germany next week. »
27 April 2018, 15:10 - reuters - Search similar - Email

Al Gore warns worst of climate change will be felt by black and poor people

Speaking at a memorial to the victims of lynching, the former vice-president warned of the disproportionate impacts of global warming. »
28 April 2018, 00:40 - guardian - Search similar - Email

The missing maths: the human cost of fossil fuels | Ploy Achakulwisut

We should account for the costs of disease and death from fossil fuel pollution in climate change policies. While the climate policy world is littered with numbers, three of them have dominated recent discourse: 2, 1000, and 66. At the 2015 U.N. climate summit in Paris, world leaders agreed to limit global warming below 2°C to avoid catastrophic impacts of human-caused climate change. »
26 April 2018, 13:50 - guardian - Search similar - Email

Collapse of the Atlantic Ocean heat transport might lead to hot European summers

Severe winters combined with heat waves and droughts during summer in Europe. Those were the consequences as the Atlantic Ocean heat transport nearly collapsed 12,000 years ago. The same situation might occur today. »
24 April 2018, 21:10 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

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