The Dutch scientist led research linking climate change to individual extreme weather events in real time and is warmly remembered by his collaborators
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Antonio Guterres said targets set at UN bodies for international transport were compatible with more than 3C of global warming and urged more action
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Campaigners accused Japan of failing to take responsibility for cutting its own emissions and relying on developing nations to do so
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The oil-producing nation is planning to invest $163 billion in ‘clean and renewable’ energy over the next 30 years
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Documents agreed by parliament included a declaration that Turkey would implement the climate treaty as a developing country, despite its developed nation status
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The ruling Conservative party confirmed the government plans to end generating electricity with unabated gas, putting pressure on other major economies to follow
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Joe Biden has been unable to appoint ambassadors to China, India and several other countries due to the Texas senator’s crusade against Nord Stream 2
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Africa’s biggest polluter has significantly strengthened its climate targets for this decade, as renewables increasingly out-compete coal power
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As Angela Merkel’s 16 years leading Germany come to an end, experts praise her international climate record but say she was too timid domestically
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Analysts say renewables, insulation and electrification of heating and cooking are the answer to soaring gas prices across Europe
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