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25 Sep 2020
With the increasing pressure on natural resources due to Covid-19, climate change, and overpopulation, small-scale agriculture has become one of the best tools to ensure global food security.
12 Sep 2020
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10 Sep 2020
Global utility companies have been slow to go green, undermining efforts to tackle climate change, a new report says. But that may be changing.
30 Aug 2020
German cities and towns are struggling with water shortages. Climate change is making it more difficult for municipalities to reach the groundwater they rely on.
17 Mar 2020
EU carbon pricing policies and the decommissioning of coal-powered plants are helping reduce emissions in Germany, a new government report says. But the trend did not apply to heating in homes and car use.
13 Feb 2020
Global warming is the long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system. It is a major aspect of climate change and has been demonstrated by direct temperature measurements and by measurements of various effects of warming.
21 Dec 2019
In the coastal city of Guayaquil, in southwestern Ecuador, two young environmental engineers fight against climate change by creating green walls, green roofs and sustainable buildings.
20 Dec 2019
Researchers say a seawall found off the Israeli coast is the oldest evidence of a civilization tackling rising sea levels.
15 Dec 2019
Belgian citizens have been raising awareness for a greener planet in a demo named "United for Climate." Demonstrators encircled both the federal parliament and the Royal Palace.
6 Dec 2019
Climate change is the most serious environmental threat facing farmers worldwide, it affects agriculture in several ways including its direct impact on food production. TVC news correspondent Ibrahim Isa paid a visit to some farmlands in Kano and reports on how farmers are adapting to the effect of climate change in the state
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.

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