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Ireland goes for zero emissions

The Government of Ireland has announced it will invest €22 billion to transition the country to a low carbon and climate resilient society, aiming at almost zero emissions by middle of the century.

'Seas will rise for 300 years'

A striking new study published  in Nature Communications suggests that sea-level rise—one of the biggest consequences of global warming—will still be happening 300 years from now, even if humans stop emitting

How feedback loops make climate change worse

Yale Climate Connections: "Not only are we directly altering the climate, but that process in itself is kicking off these things that are gonna actually accelerate the damaging impacts over the rest of the century,” says Professor Thomas Crowther.

No Children Because Of Climate Change? Some People Are Considering It

New York Times - Maggie Astor
Add this to the list of decisions affected by climate change: Should I have children?

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