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09.06.20Kazakhstan reports over 13,000 cases of COVID-19332NUR-SULTAN, June 9. /TASS/. Kazakhstan has documented 215 cases of COVID-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in the past 24 hours, which is 50 more than yesterday. The total number of infections...
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09.06.20Interventions averted 530 million total COVID-19 infections - study321BERKELEY, June 9 (WNM/Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security) - A new article published in Nature (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2404-8) used data from 1,717 different interventions at...
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07.06.20Clean tech and climate policy could cut fossil fuel profits by two thirds1.599LONDON/NEW YORK, June 4 (WNM/Carbon Tracker) - Falling demand and rising investment risk is likely to slash the value of oil, gas and coal reserves by nearly two thirds, sending shock waves through...
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05.06.20Increasing importance of non-fossil greenhouse gases in limiting global warming310KIEL, GERMANY, June 5 (WNM/ GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel/Andreas Villwock) - The discussion about limiting global warming to 1.5-2 degrees focuses strongly on the greenhouse gas carbon...
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04.06.20Policymakers should geographically differentiate when pricing road traffic443BERLIN, June 3 (WNM/Ulrich von Lampe/MCC) - The steady increase in road traffic is not only harmful to the global climate but also to communities locally, with adverse effects such as congestion and...
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03.06.20China holds most world-class patents in five technologies405GUETERSLOH, GERMANY, June 4 (WNM/Bertelsmann Stiftung/Jochen Lange) - The international balance of power in innovation is shifting. When it comes to world-class patents in important cutting-edge technologies...
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02.06.20Renewables increasingly beat even cheapest coal competitors on costs350ABU DHABI, June 2 (WNM/IRENA) - Renewable power is increasingly cheaper than any new electricity capacity based on fossil fuels, a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) published...
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01.06.20China says U.S. 'addicted to quitting' over plan to withdraw from WHO348BEIJING, June 1 (Reuters) - China said on Monday the United States was "addicted to quitting" following a U.S. decision to leave the World Health Organization (WHO) and said the withdrawal reveals a...
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01.06.20Europe: Record investment in electric cars and batteries secured last year349BRUSSELS, May 31 (WNM/Transport & Environment) - Europe secured €60 billion in investments to produce electric vehicles and batteries last year - 19 times more than in 2018, new analysis shows. Driven...
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31.05.20Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque reopens after more than two months757* Al-Aqsa mosque compound is Islam's third-holiest site * Site closed in March over COVID-19 concerns * Muslim clerics reopen site, but some restrictions remain * Health officials warn of uptick in...
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31.05.20Pandemic may reverse human development for first time in 30 years, UN says645BARCELONA, May 31 (WNM/Reuters/Megan Rowling) - The novel coronavirus outbreak has starkly exposed inequalities worldwide and could set back human development for the first time since 1990, the United...
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30.05.20Forest decline continues - study538MUNICH, May 30 (WNM/Technische Universität München/Ulrich Marsch) - A new study shows a dire outlook for the future of forests. Globally, forests are increasingly under pressure. Climatic extremes such...
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29.05.20EU recovery fund has 'green strings' but no ban on fossil fuels426May 28 (WNM/Reuters/Kate Abnett) - The European Commission pledged to attach climate conditions to its massive funding package to save Europe's coronavirus-battered economies, but stopped short of banning...
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28.05.20In the developing world, the coronavirus is killing far more young people359WASHINGTON, May 28 (WNM/Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security) - As COVID-19 continues to spread beyond China, Europe, and the United States-including to Brazil, Chile, Peru, and Mexico in the Americas-the...
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27.05.20Nordic investors turn up heat on coal in climate campaign477OSLO/LONDON, May 25 (WNM/Reuters/Gwladys Fouche/Simon Jessop) - Five years after first ditching some coal companies, Nordic investors are turning their focus to bigger carbon emitters in a range of...
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26.05.20Attempts at discrediting Russia amid pandemic are far-fetched - envoy to EU385MOSCOW, May 26. /TASS/. Attempts to use disinformation for discrediting Russia admit the coronavirus pandemic are continuing and getting ever more far-fetched, Russia's permanent representative at the...
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26.05.20Sugar turns brown algae into good carbon sinks366BREMEN, May 26 (WNM/Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie/Fanni Aspetsberger) - Brown algae are important players in the global carbon cycle by fixing large amounts of carbon dioxide and thus...
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25.05.20"Perception of climate change influenced by extreme events and broad media coverage"406BERLIN, May 25 (WNM/Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung/Nicole Siller) - Germans have difficulty gauging the negative impact of weather conditions such as ground frost, heat, or UV radiation....
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24.05.20COVID-19 failures show need to prep for climate threats714LONDON, May 21 (WNM/Reuters/Laurie Goering) - From collapsing supply chains to power grabs by populist leaders, the coronavirus pandemic has revealed how a crisis can swiftly ramp up wider security...
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23.05.20South Africa prepares to protect groundwater from coronavirus mass graves1.094JOHANNESBURG, May 22 (WNM/ Kim Harrisberg/Reuters) - From building cemeteries away from human settlements to erecting fences around graves, South Africa is drawing up plans to protect the country's...
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22.05.20EU plans to halve pesticide use, expand organic farming451BRUSSELS, May 20 (WNM/Reuters/ Kate Abnett/Marine Strauss) - The European Commission said it planned to increase organic farming and cut agricultural chemical use to protect the environment, proposals...
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22.05.20China's post-pandemic economic stimulus puts 2020 climate pledges at risk294BEIJING, May 22 (WNM/Reuters/Muyu Xu/David Stanway) - China may struggle to meet its climate pledges this year as it turns to heavy industry and carbon-intensive projects to shore up its coronavirus-stricken...
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21.05.20EU 'green' recovery to target buildings, clean power, hydrogen379BRUSSELS, May 20 (WNM/Reuters/Kate Abnett) - European Union plans for an environmentally-friendly economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will target building renovation, renewable energy and...
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20.05.20Global carbon emissions 17 percent lower than before corona332BERLIN, May 20 (WNM/Technische Universität Berlin/Stefanie Terp) - A team of researchers has generated an elaborate flash estimate to quantify the effect of measures to rein in the corona pandemic on...
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19.05.20African countries get new tool to predict climate-related disasters391WASHINGTON, May 18 (WNM/Reuters/Nellie Peyton) - A new weather forecasting system in Africa allows meteorologists to track approaching storms in real time, potentially saving lives from climate-related...
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