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Negotiators work through the night to salvage U.N. climate summit

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Negotiators worked into the early hours of Sunday to try to salvage a strong global commitment to fight climate change after some of the most vulnerable nations said they were being sidelined at a marathon U.N. summit in Madrid.

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Climate change: Call for 'flexibility' to reach consensus at talks

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UN climate change talks in Madrid are struggling to reach agreement on crucial measures.

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How Africa will be affected by climate change

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The African continent is more vulnerable than any other region to the world's changing weather patterns.

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Europe’s eyes in space are helping business cope with climate change

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Jesus, Mary and Joseph in a cage: Political nativity scenes are causing a stir across the US

Added: 14.12.2019 16:13 | 17 views | 0 comments

Churches across the country are using Christmas nativity scenes to make political statements about the border crisis, climate change and more.

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Climate change has made the world's deadliest lake way more dangerous

Added: 14.12.2019 15:46 | 22 views | 0 comments

Inside the epic, decades-long battle to tame a lake so swollen it threatens to wipe out an entire city center.

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9 great reads from CNET this week

Added: 14.12.2019 13:00 | 11 views | 0 comments

Climate change is making a deadly lake in the Andes more dangerous, TV watching is starting to feel like homework and it was a good year for quantum computing.

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EU leads call for stronger climate ambition as U.N. summit wavers

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The European Union warned on Saturday that a U.N. summit in Madrid must send a strong signal that countries are ready to do more to cut emissions, as fears grew that international efforts to fight climate change were slipping into reverse.

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