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16 Nov 2019
With the quickfire putdown "OK, boomer", a 25-year-old New Zealand politician dismissed a heckler during a speech about climate change -- highlighting the generation gap between herself and other MPs in a clip that has gone viral.
9 Nov 2019
German government is preparing a law to fight climate change, but many of its elements have now been cut or scaled back, the Spiegel magazine has reported. The news comes ahead of an Extinction Rebellion rally.
29 Sep 2019
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Chairman of the Paulson Institute Henry Paulson and China's Special Representative for Climate Change Affairs Xie Zhenhua sit down with Carlyle Group co-founder and Co-Executive Chairman David Rubenstein at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum 2019 in New York.
15 Sep 2019
Climate change has increased global water security issues and made society more vulnerable to natural disasters, according to a new report. International efforts are necessary to curb the most devastating effects.
12 Sep 2019
Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research says the current fire in the Amazon rainforest is burning at its highest rate. It is source of concern for scientist and climate change enthusiast all over the world. To discuss this story, Desmond Majekodunmi, Environmentalist and Founder of Lufasi Urban Forest Park joins CNBC Africa for more.
19 May 2019
Women on the frontline against climate change.
4 Nov 2017
DW Akademie, in conjunction with UNFCCC, is bringing ten journalists from the Pacific region to Bonn: Mereoni Mili from Fiji addresses the importance of media coverage of climate change.
3 Aug 2017
Climate change could make much of South Asia too hot for human survival by the end of this century, scientists warn.
22 Jul 2017
Climate change - lawmakers to consolidate environmental laws.
7 Jul 2017
Contentious issues of trade and climate change are on the agenda at the G20 summit beginning in Hamburg on Friday, while police brace for tens of thousands of protesters.
4 Jun 2017
FG not dissuaded by U.S. pullout from climate change deal.
3 Jun 2017
The French President welcomes the Indian Prime Minister to his palace in Paris as both countries try to show a united front to tackle climate change.

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