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3/31/23, Carbon discredits – Climate Weekly
3/31/23, At Luxor talks, splits remain but hopes high for loss and damage fund this year
3/30/23, Carbon credit industry resists vulnerable nations’ call to fund adaptation
3/30/23, Consultants close to industry shaped Austalia’s controversial carbon credit policy
3/30/23, Cyclone Freddy prompts pleas for urgency on loss and damage finance
3/29/23, European court hears landmark lawsuits that could shape climate policy
3/29/23, International Court of Justice to advise states on climate duties: ‘A turning point for climate justice’
3/28/23, Carbon credit rule-makers must engage Indigenous People
3/28/23, Cop28 host UAE tried to weaken global shipping’s climate ambition
3/28/23, Revealed: How Shell cashed in on dubious carbon offsets from Chinese rice paddies
3/28/23, Climate in court: The Paris Agreement’s role in safeguarding human rights 
3/27/23, Greens stop blocking Australia’s new fossil fuel projects
3/27/23, Mexico launches global push for geoengineering restrictions
3/27/23, I’m a COP veteran. Here are 3 suggestions for the new Loss and Damage fund
3/24/23, Science meets politics – Climate Weekly
3/23/23, Governments battle over carbon removal and renewables in IPCC report
3/22/23, Brazil evicts gold miners from Amazon rainforest
3/22/23, Nations fight to be called climate vulnerable in IPCC report
3/21/23, Nations seek compromise on fossil fuel phase-out ahead of Cop28
3/21/23, The IPCC’s climate scientists have done their job – now we must do ours
3/20/23, IPCC highlights rich nations’ failure to help developing world adapt to climate change
3/20/23, UN tells governments to ‘fast forward’ net zero targets
3/17/23, Nature’s stewards under attack – Climate Weekly
3/17/23, Green Climate Fund credibility hangs over response to violence in Nicaragua project
3/16/23, Loss and damage committee ready to start talks following Asian nominations
3/16/23, Argentina secures funding boost to kickstart gas exports from ‘carbon bomb’
3/15/23, IMF approves first batch of climate resilience loans
3/15/23, Lawyers and activists build pressure on Korean court to rule on climate
3/14/23, Chinese coal boom a ‘direct threat’ to 1.5C goal, analysts warn
3/14/23, Mafalda Duarte named as next chief of UN climate fund
3/13/23, Vietnam’s energy transition deal is a ‘black box’, partner warns
3/10/23, It’s high time for the high seas – Climate Weekly
3/10/23, EU agrees diplomatic push for fossil fuel phase out ahead of Cop28
3/9/23, Vulnerable nations set up alliance to prepare loss and damage action plans
3/8/23, High Seas Treaty exempts deep-sea mining from stricter environmental rules
3/7/23, COP28 boss urges Big Oil to join fight against climate change
3/7/23, China strengthens role of courts in meeting carbon targets
3/6/23, World Bank backs mega dam threatening to displace thousands in Mozambique
3/3/23, Canada sets out green investments guide amid complaints of industry capture
3/3/23, Green lawyers get boost – Climate Weekly

Yale Environment 360
3/31/23, Leading Climate Diplomat Expects "Loss and Damage" Fund to Be in Place This Year
3/30/23, For Your Phone and EV, a Cobalt Supply Chain to a Hell on Earth
3/29/23, Unheralded Environmentalist: Jimmy Carter’s Green Legacy
3/28/23, EU Approves 2035 Ban on Sales of Gas-Powered Cars
3/27/23, Some Big Green Groups Drawing More Foundation Money Than All Environmental Justice Groups Combined
3/24/23, European Central Bank Cuts Carbon Intensity of Corporate Bond Purchases in Half
3/23/23, As Enforcement Lags, Toxic Coal Ash Keeps Polluting U.S. Water
3/22/23, In Eastern U.S., Climate Change Has Extended Forest Growing Season by a Month
3/21/23, Lauded as Green Model, Costa Rica Faces Unrest in Its Forests
3/20/23, Total Weight of Wild Land Mammals Less Than One-Tenth Weight of All Humans
3/17/23, Swiss Startup to Install Solar Panels on Railroad Track
3/16/23, Averting Crisis, Europe Learns to Live Without Russian Energy
3/15/23, As 1.5 Degrees Looms, Scientists See Growing Risk of Runaway Warming, Urgent Need to Slash Emissions
3/14/23, How Indigenous People Are Restoring Brazil’s Atlantic Forest
3/13/23, Facing Intense Heat and Dust Storms, Iraq Aims to Plant 5 Million Trees
3/10/23, U.S. Deploys Modified B-57 to Study Chemicals That Could Cool the Planet
3/9/23, U.S. Energy Storage Made Record Gains Last Year
3/8/23, The East Coast Whale Die-Offs: Unraveling the Causes
3/7/23, Less Than 1 Percent of People Globally Breathing Safe Levels of Pollution, Study Finds
3/6/23, Countries Reach Deal to Protect Marine Life in International Waters

U.S. Global Change Research Program
2/9/23, Department of Homeland Security Becomes 14th Member of USGCRP
11/10/22, USGCRP at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2022
11/9/22, USGCRP hosting free webinars in support of National Climate Assessment
3/8/22, Fifth National Climate Assessment Update: March 2022
8/16/21, Fifth National Climate Assessment Update: August 2021
7/13/21, USGCRP Welcomes Allison Crimmins as Director of the Fifth National Climate Assessment
5/27/21, Dr. Mike Kuperberg Returns as USGCRP Executive Director
1/25/21, Updates on NCA5
1/25/21, NASA/JPL Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Satellite Launched
8/7/20, Remembering Dr. Mike Freilich

NOAA State of the Climate updates

The Guardian
3/29/23, Melting Antarctic ice predicted to cause rapid slowdown of deep ocean current by 2050
3/20/23, World can still avoid worst of climate collapse with genuine change, IPCC says
3/20/23, From climate change ‘certainty’ to rapid decline: a timeline of IPCC reports
3/18/23, Aviation chiefs rejected measures to curb climate impact of jet vapours
3/15/23, Russell Brand is the latest to platform climate conservative Bjørn Lomborg’s ‘reckless’ net-zero cost claims | Temperature Check
3/10/23, From the archive: The real David Attenborough – podcast
2/28/23, Before the floods I thought climate change wasn’t my problem. Now, I’m not waiting for someone else to fix it | Ella Buckland
2/27/23, The big idea: why you can’t leave climate out of history
2/17/23, From the archive: Snow machines and fleece blankets: inside the ski industry’s battle with climate change – podcast
2/16/23, John Harries obituary
2/15/23, Antarctic science expedition put on ice due to problems with Australia’s research vessel Nuyina
2/7/23, How has the Russia-Ukraine war disrupted science? – podcast
2/7/23, Former Australian PM Tony Abbott joins board of UK climate sceptic thinktank
2/2/23, Novelist Tom Bullough on his XR arrest – and what Welsh saints can teach us about the climate crisis
2/1/23, Will Steffen fought passionately for our planet. To honour him we must follow his lead | Penny Sackett
1/31/23, Australia’s new $528m icebreaker research vessel Nuyina suffers another setback
1/30/23, Earth is on track to exceed 1.5C warming in the next decade, study using AI finds
1/18/23, Environmental justice targets needed to cut global inequality, say researchers
1/18/23, UN's Guterres: oil companies have peddled 'big lie' on climate crisis – video
1/16/23, Warning of unprecedented heatwaves as El Niño set to return in 2023

Inside Climate News
3/31/23, Why AI Is a Nightmare for Climate Misinformation
3/31/23, Why Kentucky Is Dead Last for Wind and Solar Production
3/30/23, What’s the Future of Gas Stations in an EV World?
3/30/23, The Future of Gas Stations in a World Full of EVs
3/29/23, Three International Courts Could Soon Rule on the Obligations of Nations in Responding to Climate Change
3/28/23, Today's Climate: Behind the "Watered Down" IPCC Report
3/28/23, Environmentalists Praise the EPA’s Move to Restrict ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Water and Wonder, What’s Next?
3/27/23, In Braddock, Imagining Environmental Justice for a ‘Sacrifice Zone’
3/27/23, Today's Climate - Republicans Propose Offshore Wind Ban
3/26/23, In California’s Central Valley, the Plan to Build More Solar Faces a Familiar Constraint: The Need for More Power Lines

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