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What’s Next After Cop26?

Reading Time: 2 minutes “Let’s make the right choice” By: Maha Altamimi Our earth is being consumed by climate change and the rising carbon levels from the combustion of fossil fuels have been driving global temperatures higher and higher. Several important side agreements were announced during COP26, the UN climate conference in Glasgow. The most significant were pledges by Read More…

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Should People Be Optimistic About The Future?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Several decisions were made in COP26 to improve climate change By: Rawan Alshehri In light of the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference 2021 (COP26), which is being held in Glasgow, Scotland between 31 October and 12 November of this year, where world leaders and climate change activists would gather to delve into one of the Read More…

100 World Leaders At Cop26 Commit End Deforestation By 2030
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100 World Leaders At Cop26 Commit End Deforestation By 2030

Reading Time: < 1 minute This marks the most significant commitment to deforestation in decades Today over 100 world leaders are set to sign a historic agreement to stop deforestation by 2030. The accord represents over 85% of the world’s forests which have seen massive destruction over the decades. The agreement will see a public fund created that allocates $12 Read More…

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Glasgow Holds The COP26

Reading Time: < 1 minute The COP26 has officially kicked off in Glasgow The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) is finally in motion, since it was postponed for twelve months due to the global pandemic. The 26th conference is held in Glasgow, Scotland, Between 31 October and 12 November of this year. The United Kingdom holds the presidency Read More…

Climate Activists Will Now Be Charged For Erecting Illegal Road Blocks
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Climate Activists Will Now Be Charged For Erecting Illegal Road Blocks

Reading Time: 2 minutes The injunction bans activities that obstruct traffic and access to motorways and major roads in and around London. The UK government has taken out a fresh injunction to target protesters who cause disruption on any of the highways on the Strategic Road Network linked to the M25 in the southeast. The new injunction bans activities that obstruct traffic and access to motorways and major roads Read More…

UK Becomes First Country To Regulate Fusion Energy
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UK Becomes First Country To Regulate Fusion Energy

Reading Time: 2 minutes New green paper establishes government’s view on how to put in place the regulatory framework needed for the safe use of Fusion Energy. The UK will become the first country in the world to detail how it would legislate to ensure the safe and effective rollout of fusion energy, outlined in a Fusion Green Paper Read More…

UK Citizens Encouraged To Ditch The Pump And Plug-In
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UK Citizens Encouraged To Ditch The Pump And Plug-In

Reading Time: 2 minutes A new government-backed app will help drivers to see which electric vehicles best suit their lifestyle. Drivers up and down the UK can explore making the switch to an electric vehicle this World Electric Vehicle (EV) day with a new government-backed app the Transport Secretary has set out today. As the UK prepares to host the COP26 climate summit Read More…

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Orman Yangınları İklim Değişikliği ve Küresel Isınmanın Bir Sonucudur

Reading Time: 2 minutes İklim değişikliğiyle doğrudan bağlantılı orman yangınlarından her yıl on milyonlarca hektar yok oluyor. M.Ö. orman yangınları, 868.619 hektardan fazla orman ve vahşi yaşam habitatını yok ederek hızlı bir oranda yanmaya devam ediyor. İtfaiyeciler eyalet genelinde sürekli olarak yangınlarla mücadele ediyor ve toplam aktif yangın sayısı 210’a ulaştı. Yakma mevsiminin zirvesinde, Britanya Kolombiyası’nda 1.583 aktif yangın Read More…

Going Green: 35 New Electric Busses in Prince Edward Island
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Going Green: 35 New Electric Busses in Prince Edward Island

Reading Time: 2 minutes Prince Edward Island is to have 35 new busses to help combat climate change. By Dami Igbinyemi Governments have been taking steps to minimize and support families, businesses, and communities alike to make a better post-COVID-19 world. Canada is working with Prince Edward Island to reduce the impact of the pandemic by creating a sustainable, Read More…

Over 100 South Africans Firefighters Fly To Manitoba
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Over 100 South Africans Firefighters Fly To Manitoba

Reading Time: 2 minutes 114 South African firefighters are flying to Manitoba to combat the rampant wildfires. By Donovan Martin With wildfires rampant throughout Manitoba, more resources than Canada can expend are being used to combat them. With the province ablaze, international help was needed to protect citizens. And in this time of peril, over one hundred South African Read More…

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U.N. Secretary-General Describes Climate Report A “Code Red For Humanity”

Reading Time: 3 minutes “Unequivocal” that human actions have increased the Earth’s temperature and caused “widespread and rapid (climate) changes”. By Maryam Razzaq The United Nations’ (UN) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has announced a “code red for humanity” in a report that was released Monday. The report warns that the Earth will see an increase in more climate disruptions for Read More…

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Turkey Is Burning As Over A Hundred Fires Make Their Way Across The Nation

Reading Time: 2 minutes Turkey is experiencing devastating wildfires which are making their way through villages and forests By Maryam Razzaq The southern coastline of Turkey is burning as fires continue to make their way through the Antalya Manavgat district. Thick smoke can be visibly seen in the sky as Turkish firefighters and authorities attempt to bring the fires Read More…

33 Dead In Massive Chinese Deluge
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33 Dead In Massive Chinese Deluge

Reading Time: 2 minutes After torrential rains torment Henan province, 33 people are confirmed dead due to massive deluge. By Donovan Martin Jr. It is confirmed that over 33 people have died in the recent deluge in Henan, China’s central province. Around 617 millimetres of water fell on the province, nearly equaling Henan’s yearly average of 641 millimetres of Read More…

Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council
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Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council

Reading Time: 2 minutes Applications are now open to join the Environment and Climate Change Youth Council By Dami Igbinyemi Young Canadians aren’t just the leaders of today, they are also the leaders of the future. This is why we must do everything we can to build a better future for them, with them. Climate strikes, March for Our Read More…

Not Just BC, Wildfires Rampant In Manitoba
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Not Just BC, Wildfires Rampant In Manitoba

Reading Time: 2 minutes Wildfires remain rampant in Manitoba, innundating the province with smoke and haze. Donovan Martin The Manitoba Wildfire Service continues to state that there are high to extreme fire danger levels across the province. Firefighters have been continuously fighting fires throughout Manitoba. The sheer amount of smoke produced has created a haze that has loomed or Winnipeg Read More…

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2nd Place In The Billionaire Space Race: Jeff Bezos

Reading Time: 2 minutes Billionaire Jeffery Bezos comes second in the Billionaire Space Race, losing to Richard Branson. By Donovan Martin Jr. At 8:00 a.m. CDT, on July 20, 2021, Amazon founder and billionaire Jeffery Bezos launched a spacecraft with three other passengers. This comes nine days after Richard Branson, another billionaire, launched a vessel into space. Bezos was Read More…

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The Hubble Space Telescope Returns To Action

Reading Time: 2 minutes After a month-long period of inhibition, the Hubble Space Telescope is fully operational again after a succesful remote repair. By Donovan Martin Jr. One of Earth’s greatest looks to the great unknown of space, the Hubble Telescope, is finally operational again. With the telescope being constructed in the 1980s and launched on April 24, 1990, Read More…

Over 125 Dead And Hundreds Missing After Historic European Flood
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Over 125 Dead And Hundreds Missing After Historic European Flood

Reading Time: 2 minutes As water levels start to recede, the death toll rises as more bodies are uncovered after a record Central-European flood. By Donovan Martin Jr. Civilians living in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, and Slovakia had to be evacuated after a massive flood devastated the terrain. On July 15 and 16, 2021, torrential rains Read More…