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  • Finance Minister Pun emphasizes need for global commitment to mitigate climate change risks 18 April 2024 5:34 am Khabarhub Finance Minister Barshaman Pun at the V20 meeting in Washington DC. WASHINGTON DC: Finance Minister Barshaman Pun has called on the global community to recognize and address the challenges faced by developing countries, such as Nepal, which face …
  • Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Balochistan 18 April 2024 5:03 am South Asia Journal Regarding climate change and gender inequality, a region like Balochistan comes to one’s mind. Pakistan is the fifth most vulnerable country to climate change and in Pakistan, Balochistan is most exposed to its severe impacts. The province is facing …
  • Concerns raised over Cumbria's eroding coastline amid climate change 18 April 2024 4:49 am The Whitehaven News Members of Cumberland Council's place overview and scrutiny committee met at the Civic Centre in Carlisle met on Wednesday (April 17) to consider the climate and nature strategy report. Councillor Carni McCarron-Holmes (Maryport North, Labour) said …
  • Dubai's black-swan flood: Climate change is a suspect 18 April 2024 4:46 am Livemint News of flooding in arid Dubai might sound odd, but it happened in spectacular fashion on Tuesday. Large parts of this gleaming UAE city of glass-and-steel skyscrapers were left submerged by a severe downpour. Dubai received 142 millimetres of rainfall in …
  • Study Projects $38T Annual Cost of Climate Change as ‘Rain Bomb’ Submerges Dubai 18 April 2024 4:34 am The Energy Mix This story includes details on the impacts of climate change that may be difficult for some readers. If you are feeling overwhelmed by this crisis situation here is a list of resources on how to cope with fears and feelings about the scope and pace of the …
  • El Nino not climate change driving southern Africa drought: Study 18 April 2024 4:30 am The Times of India A drought that pushed millions of people into hunger across southern Africa has been driven mostly by the El Nino weather pattern -- not climate change, scientists said on Thursday. Earlier this month, aid agency Oxfam said more than 20 million people …

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