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PwC commits to net zero by 2030, globally PwC commits to net zero by 2030, globally

PwC commits to net zero by 2030, globally

By 5 days ago

LONDON, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — PwC commits to decarbonise its operations and supply chain, which includes reshaping how it serves clients, sustained reductions in travel and the increased use of zero carbon energy. PwC will embed the implications of climate change and other Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) related factors across the work it…

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Ten countries kept out Covid. But did they win? Ten countries kept out Covid. But did they win?

Ten countries kept out Covid. But did they win?

By 6 days ago

Image copyright Palau Hotel Image caption The Palau Hotel, Koror Covid-19 has infected almost every country in the world – apart from 10. So what do they do now?The Palau Hotel opened in 1982, before mass tourism but since then, this tiny nation, surrounded by the sky-blue Pacific Ocean, has enjoyed something of a boom.…

California governor blames wildfires on climate ’emergency’ – Reuters UK California governor blames wildfires on climate ’emergency’ – Reuters UK

California governor blames wildfires on climate ’emergency’ – Reuters UK

By 6 days ago

(Reuters) – California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday toured communities devastated by the state’s raging wildfires and said the deadly, record-shattering fire season across the U.S. West should end all debate over climate change.Newsom, a Democrat, appeared to direct at least some of his remarks at suggestions by U.S. President Donald Trump that poor forest…

One name is left on the hurricane list, and it’s only September…

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Sally Intensifying with Max Winds of 100 mph as it Approaches the Gulf Coast – YouTube

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #422 Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #422

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #422

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The Week That Was: 2020-09-05 (September 5, 2020) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “A few days ago, a Master of Arts, who is still a young man, and therefore the recipient of a modern education, stated to me that until he had reached the…

With Rolling Blackouts, California Power Grids Strained Amid Worst Heat Wave in 70 Years With Rolling Blackouts, California Power Grids Strained Amid Worst Heat Wave in 70 Years

With Rolling Blackouts, California Power Grids Strained Amid Worst Heat Wave in 70 Years

By 7 days ago

The U.S. West Coast is set to have its hottest two weeks in 70 years, putting even more strain on power grids after California imposed rolling blackouts for the first time since 2001. Excessive heat warnings and watches stretch from the Pacific Coast inland to Montana, Utah and Arizona, according to the National Weather Service.…

Infrared NASA imagery provides Paulette’s temperature palette Infrared NASA imagery provides Paulette’s temperature palette

Infrared NASA imagery provides Paulette’s temperature palette

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On Sept. 9 at 12:47a.m. EDT (0447 UTC) NASA’s Aqua satellite analyzed Tropical Storm Paulette using the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder or AIRS instrument. AIRS found coldest cloud top temperatures as cold as or colder than (purple) minus 63 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 53 degrees Celsius) northeast of the center and in a band of thunderstorms south…

Climate change may wreck economy unless we act soon, federal report warns Climate change may wreck economy unless we act soon, federal report warns

Climate change may wreck economy unless we act soon, federal report warns

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social costs — Fires and floods are expensive and disruptive and we’re not ready, report finds. Kate Cox – Sep 9, 2020 7:51 pm UTC Enlarge / A boat motors by as the Bidwell Bar Bridge is surrounded by fire in Lake Oroville during the Bear fire in Oroville, California, on September 9, 2020. The…

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Sally Drifting Toward the Gulf Coast Causing Flooding and Strong Winds – YouTube

Hurricane Sally targets Gulf Coast with life-threatening floods – CBS Evening News

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Hurricane Sally targets Gulf Coast with life-threatening floods – YouTube

Oh Crap, Major UN Climate Study Finds Oh Crap, Major UN Climate Study Finds

Oh Crap, Major UN Climate Study Finds

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A plane in front of the sun. It’s a metaphor.Photo: AP (AP)The United Nations (UN) has a new report out that says what many of us already know in our bones: The world is on fucking fire, and it’s going to get worse unless we act.The latest iteration of this warning comes in the form…

The Trump mythology is collapsing. And the 9/11 anniversary shows how. The Trump mythology is collapsing. And the 9/11 anniversary shows how.

The Trump mythology is collapsing. And the 9/11 anniversary shows how.

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After the Sept. 11 attacks, Time magazine’s cover vividly captured the explosive force pulverizing the first Twin Tower — a photo that, strikingly, was ringed by a black border. Nineteen years later, the magazine’s new cover powerfully memorializes the nearly 200,000 Americans who have died of coronavirus — in an image that’s again ringed by…

GRAINS-Soybeans ease from two-year top, Chinese buying limits losses – Reuters Africa GRAINS-Soybeans ease from two-year top, Chinese buying limits losses – Reuters Africa

GRAINS-Soybeans ease from two-year top, Chinese buying limits losses – Reuters Africa

By 1 week ago

SINGAPORE, Sept 9 (Reuters) – Chicago soybean futures slid for the first time in 12 sessions on Wednesday, although losses were curbed by strong Chinese demand and dryness hitting the U.S. crop.Wheat ticked higher after dropping to its lowest in almost two weeks, while corn slid after two sessions of gains.FUNDAMENTALS* The most-active soybean contract…

Mexican court to hear youths’ climate change case against government – Reuters Mexican court to hear youths’ climate change case against government – Reuters

Mexican court to hear youths’ climate change case against government – Reuters

By 1 week ago

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A Mexican court will later this week hear a case brought on by 15 young people demanding the government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador set out clear policies on climate change, documents show.FILE PHOTO: Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador arrives to delivers his second state of the union address…

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