GLOBAL WARMING

GLOBAL WARMING

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  1. China is the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, due to its heavy reliance on coal to

    China pledges new impetus in climate efforts after 2020

    China will inject new impetus into climate change efforts after 2020, and use its Belt and Road initiative to boost cooperation in the fight on ...
  2. Palau President Tommy Remengesau.

    Tides of change: Palau calls on ‘big brothers and sisters’ in the global effort against climate change

    As Singapore looks to develop initiatives to deal with rising sea levels brought on by climate change, CNA visited the tiny Pacific island nation ...
  3. Jellyfish Lake

    Tides of change: As fish and coral disappear, Palau faces the economic realities of climate change

    As Singapore looks to develop initiatives to deal with rising sea levels brought on by climate change, CNA visited the tiny Pacific island nation ...
  4. The Wider Image: A climate-change frontier in the world's northernmost town

    On the front lines of climate change in the world's northernmost town

    Icebergs float liked doomed islands past the small boat as it makes its way through a fjord filled with the slush of a melting glacier.
  5. Firefighters from the Chugach National Forest work to protect the Romig Cabin on Juneau Lake from t

    As fall begins in Alaska, wildfires linked to warming rage on

    Leaves in Alaska are changing colour and the rainy season is supposed to begin, but wildfires are raging on in an unusually long and fierce fire ...
  6. As a low-lying island, Singapore is especially vulnerable to the "grave threat" of rising

    Commentary: How effectively can Singapore adapt to sea level rise?

    Even as Singapore strives to adapt to rising sea levels, let’s not win that battle yet end up losing the larger war against climate change, says ...
  7. The Okjokull glacier in Iceland has melted away due to climate change

    Commentary: A new hot world and the death of Iceland's 700-year-old glacier

    The ecological grief over a dead glacier is a sign of the coming climate calamity, says University of East Anglia’s Rupert Read.
  8. File photo Changi Beach park

    Commentary: As ice caps melt, Singapore a hot spot for sea-level rise

    Global warming doesn't only just lead to higher sea levels, it also changes which places see a disproportionate rise in sea levels, says Earth ...