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Big Problems, Big Thinkers - Climate Change

Climate Change

Global Climate Change is now recognised as a threat to our future. Political and business leaders including Madeleine Albright, Warren Buffett, Ted Turner and the Dalai Lama are asked... do we have the will to act on the solutions at hand?
Bloomberg
Mali: Resisting Climate Change

Mali: Resisting Climate Change

The impact of climate change is painfully apparent in Mali. Prolonged drought has had a devastating effect, and is forcing farmers to think of new solutions.
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DeutscheWelle
Macron Says He's Sure U.S. Will Return to the Paris Climate Accord

Macron Says He's Sure U.S. Will Return to the Paris Climate Accord

French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the U.S. Congress about climate change.
Bloomberg
How to Hit the Brakes on Climate Change

How to Hit the Brakes on Climate Change

This brief video colorfully illustrates three ways to respond to climate change. Buckle your seatbelt.
Bloomberg
The World's Biggest Cities are Preparing for More Super Storms

The World's Biggest Cities are Preparing for More Super Storms

Just as more people than ever are living near coastlines, climate change is making the storms that threaten them much more dangerous. Bloomberg QuickTake explains what climate change has in store for coastal cities, and what they're doing to prepare.
Bloomberg
Chablis wine crop hit by weird weather

Chablis wine crop hit by weird weather

A wine producer in the Burgundy region of France blames climate change for this year's low yield.
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BBCNews
Will Norway's electric transport take off?

Will Norway's electric transport take off?

An battery-powered plane is Norway's latest part of the country's plan to combat climate change.
BBCNews
Five Things We Learned This Week

Five Things We Learned This Week

From climate change in Florida to banking jobs leaving London, here are five things we learned this week.
Bloomberg
French Minister Poirson's Plan to Combat Climate Change

French Minister Poirson's Plan to Combat Climate Change

Despite the U.S. withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, France Secretary of State for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition Brune Poirson is recruiting U.S. investors for the One Planet Summit.
Bloomberg
Why Your Google Searches Are Slowly Killing The Planet

Why Your Google Searches Are Slowly Killing The Planet

You might want to roll back your Google searches, because they might be contributing to climate change.
INSH
Saudi Energy Minister on OPEC Output, Foreign Investment

Saudi Energy Minister on OPEC Output, Foreign Investment

Saudi Energy Minister Al-Falih discusses OPEC oil production with Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern at the COP23 climate change talks in Bonn.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - EU's Dombrovskis on Climate Change, MiFID II, Basel

EU's Dombrovskis on Climate Change, MiFID II, Basel

European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis discusses steps to combating climate change, MiFID II transposition, Brexit, and Basel standards.
Bloomberg
Virginia Gov. McAuliffe Says Trump Hurting Job Creation

Virginia Gov. McAuliffe Says Trump Hurting Job Creation

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe discusses Virginia's economy, President Donald Trump's policies and climate change with Bloomberg's David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
World-Changing Ideas - Eco-check - The Climate Change Dashboard in Our Homes

Eco-check - The Climate Change Dashboard in Our Homes

We know how many miles per gallon our car does, but how many of us know how much energy we use at home? One architect has a solution to help us to help the environment.
BBCFuture
McKenna defends climate plan in wake of auditors' report

McKenna defends climate plan in wake of auditors' report

Catherine McKenna is defending the government's climate policies after a new audit said Ottawa and the provinces lacked clear plans to adapt to climate change. The environment minister called the report "backwards looking."
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CanadianPress
Domino effect may make climate change goals moot

Domino effect may make climate change goals moot

A scientific study says that the global warming target reached at the 2015 Paris climate agreement may not stop a domino effect from moving the Earth well beyond it, into catastrophic scenarios. Matthew Larotonda reports
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Reuters
Climate change may bring opportunities for Churchill: Expert

Climate change may bring opportunities for Churchill: Expert

The northern Manitoba town of Churchill has struggled since its port closed in 2016 and the rail line washed out in 2017. Scientist David Barber says climate change brings challenges, but could also open shipping routes and boost the local economy.
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CanadianPress
Trade, Climate Change in Focus at EU-China Summit

Trade, Climate Change in Focus at EU-China Summit

Trade and climate change are expected to top the agenda when Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends the annual EU-China Summit in Brussels later this week. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Bloomberg
The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission

The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission

Amber Sullins is the chief meteorologist at ABC15 News in Phoenix and her forecasts mostly call for sunshine. So, she makes the weather a little more interesting with some cold, hard science.
Bloomberg
The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission

The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission

Amber Sullins is the chief meteorologist at ABC15 News in Phoenix and her forecast mostly call for sunshine. So, she makes the weather a little more interesting with some cold, hard science. (Video by Ali Withers)
Bloomberg
Melting Glaciers Reveal Murder and Misfortune

Melting Glaciers Reveal Murder and Misfortune

Thanks to climate change, glaciers are receding at an alarming rate. As the ice continues to disappear, deadly secrets are being unearthed.
INSH
Make the Great Migration Great Again

Make the Great Migration Great Again

Climate change is playing a destructive role in the annual migration of animals across the Serengeti-a trek vital to both humans and beasts.
INSH
What Will You Do When Your Coffee Disappears?

What Will You Do When Your Coffee Disappears?

Climate change might be destroying our much-needed morning cup of coffee. Is this the wake-up call our caffeine-crazed world needs?
INSH
This is How Humans are Programmed to Self-Destruct

This is How Humans are Programmed to Self-Destruct

The human brain is an amazing tool, but why is it so lousy at comprehending the seriousness of big picture problems like climate change?
INSH
Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Lloyd's CEO Says We're Seeing the Impact of Climate Change

Lloyd's CEO Says We're Seeing the Impact of Climate Change

Inga Beale, chief executive officer at Lloyd's, discusses the impact from the Brexit process thus far and overall outlook for insurers.
Bloomberg
Fyrwald Says Syngenta Is Looking for Additional Seed Targets

Fyrwald Says Syngenta Is Looking for Additional Seed Targets

Syngenta Chief Executive Officer Erik Fyrwald discusses the importance of dealing with climate change and the company's approach to acquiring seed assets.
Bloomberg
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Climate, Syria

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Climate, Syria

UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres discusses climate change, the conflict in Syria and the global economy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jeanna Smialek at the IMF Spring meetings in Washington, D.C.
Bloomberg
Arctic Dilemma - Greenland Connection

Greenland Connection

Greenland and the Arctic are being severely affected by climate change, but as its ice sheets melt, how will the changes there affect other countries far away?
Reel
Inertia Trap

Inertia Trap

Packed with information, The Inertia Trap is a rich compendium of scientific insights on the subject of the effect of climate change on the world's oceans.
Ronin
Cap and trade: The EU vs. greenhouse gases

Cap and trade: The EU vs. greenhouse gases

Key to the European Union's efforts to combat climate change is its emissions trading system, which involves caps on certain greenhouse gases. Is the system working?
DeutscheWelle
Bloomberg Technology - How Geoengineering Can Help Fight Global Warming

How Geoengineering Can Help Fight Global Warming

Dr. Antonio Busalacchi, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research president, discusses the science of geoengineering and how it can be used to combat climate change.
Bloomberg
Scientists warn of severe coral die-off in Samoa

Scientists warn of severe coral die-off in Samoa

Researchers blame climate change for drastic coral die-off, after a two and a half year expedition found less than 10% of coral off Samoa's main island is still alive.
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Reuters
Arctic Dilemma - The Greening of Iceland

The Greening of Iceland

Iceland is caught between forces, the ice of its glaciers and the fire of its volcanos.
Reel
Brazil: Can dengue fever be prevented?

Brazil: Can dengue fever be prevented?

Dengue fever is a sickness that spreads via mosquitoes faster than any other. And climate change exacerbating the danger, with warmer and more humid conditions boosting mosquito populations.
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DeutscheWelle
LSE's Stern Says U.S. Important to Climate Deals

LSE's Stern Says U.S. Important to Climate Deals

Nicholas Stern chair at LSE Grantham Research Institute, discusses the state of the Paris agreement on climate change and the importance of the United States staying in the agreement. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Bloomberg
Half of plant and animal species at severe risk from climate change

Half of plant and animal species at severe risk from climate change

Up to half of plant and animal species in the world's most naturally rich areas, such as the Amazon and the Galapagos, could face local extinction by the turn of the century due to climate change if carbon emissions continue to rise unchecked.
PressAssociation
Hungry Tide

Hungry Tide

An average two metres above sea level, the central Pacific nation of Kiribati is one of the countries in the world most vulnerable to climate change.
Ronin
Making the most of CO2

Making the most of CO2

Carbon dioxide emissions are bad for the environment; they drive climate change. Two German companies are working on technology to harness CO2 as a raw material to make other products.
DeutscheWelle
Merkel Calls U.S. Climate Decision 'Utterly Regrettable'

Merkel Calls U.S. Climate Decision 'Utterly Regrettable'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the U.S.'s decision to pull out of the Paris climate-change agreement was "utterly regrettable" and that the agreement continues to be a cornerstone of global cooperation.
Bloomberg
Ford win puts Ottawa on a 'collision course' with Ontario: MP

Ford win puts Ottawa on a 'collision course' with Ontario: MP

Liberal MP John McKay says Doug Ford's Conservative election victory puts the Trudeau government at odds with Ontario over climate change. Ford pledged to scrap Ontario's cap-and-trade carbon pricing system.. .
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CanadianPress
Bloomberg Markets - Syngenta CEO Says Agriculture the Solution to U.S.-China Tensions

Syngenta CEO Says Agriculture the Solution to U.S.-China Tensions

Erik Fyrwald, chief executive officer at Syngenta, discusses the impact of global trade conflicts on the agriculture industry, and the company's efforts to mitigate the threat of climate change.
Bloomberg
Geopolitical Tensions Simmer at G-20

Geopolitical Tensions Simmer at G-20

World leaders have arrived in Hamburg for the G-20. They're facing shifting global alliances and deep divisions on protectionism and climate change. There is also violence on the streets. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Bloomberg
Big Change for a little change

Big Change for a little change

Shepparton marketplace hosted a big change for little change on August 18. tags; sn, paw patrol, entertainment, Shepparton marketplace, Shepparton
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McPhersonMedia
We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

Astronaut Major Tim Peake has said it is too early to tell whether this summer's heatwave is part of a global trend towards warming temperatures or a one-off.
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PressAssociation
Harry tells youth of the Commonwealth to change the world in 22 years

Harry tells youth of the Commonwealth to change the world in 22 years

The Duke of Sussex has urged young people to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the planet including health care, governance and climate change in a speech to 150 youth leaders from across the Commonwealth.
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PressAssociation
Trump Says U.S. Is on the Cusp of an 'Energy Revolution'

Trump Says U.S. Is on the Cusp of an 'Energy Revolution'

President Donald Trump said he is lifting an Obama-era policy that curtailed the financing of coal-fired power plants overseas, as he seeks to reorient the U.S. government away from fighting climate change.
Bloomberg
Morocco: Insurance against extreme weather

Morocco: Insurance against extreme weather

90 percent of Morocco's agricultural exports come from Souss-Massa. But many businesses here are struggling with the effects of climate change. They're taking out insurance to protect themselves against the consequences of extreme weather.
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DeutscheWelle
Environment minister on working with Ontario's new government

Environment minister on working with Ontario's new government

Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says she is committed to working with everyone on tackling climate change. Ontario's Doug Ford government is planning to scrap the cap-and-trade program and fight a federal carbon tax.
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CanadianPress