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Snow covers South Korean capital and surrounding regions
No immediate reports of major disruptions or damage caused by snow, ice and subzero temperatures, as officials lifted their heavy snow warnings for Seoul and nearby areas.
Ghost town: The Moldovans who refused to be climate migrants
Following devastating flooding in 2010, most residents of Cotul Morii moved away. But some were determined to stay in the deserted village.
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Ecosia introduces climate ratings for big companies on search results
The not-for-profit search engine is adding a feature that will rate the climate pledges of major corporations.
Ukraine war and its fallout set to dominate United Nations meeting
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Fact check: Did 1,200 climate experts sign viral misinformation?
A document claiming that 'there is no climate emergency' has been circulating on social media.
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Is the heatwave due to climate change? Experts explain what's going on
A recent study has shown that the UK's recent record-breaking temperatures were made at least 10 times more likely by climate change.
Major wildfires sweep through north, south and east Greece
Greece is battling three major forest fires sweeping across the north, south and east of the country on Sunday.
Guterres warns humanity is in the 'danger zone' due to climate change
Antonio Guterres speaks at the Austrian World Summit about the very real consequences of the climate crisis.
Everyone will be warned of dangerous floods and storms within 5 years
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How to set up your own satellite station to monitor climate change
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‘Bull**** flights’: How to have a debate on legitimate air traffic
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$100bn in climate finance is coming. How and where will it be used?
Those facing the biggest impacts from climate change say they need more details about how this vital funding will be delivered.
‘Devastating’ climate change a deep concern for young people in Africa
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Free trees are being handed out to the entire population in Wales
People who cannot take part in the scheme can choose for a free tree to be planted on their behalf.