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Bill would bar discrimination toward climate change doubters
Maine laws protect people from discrimination based on factors such as race, disabilities and sexual orientation, and a Republican lawmaker wants to add a person's beliefs about climate change to that list.
AP
 
Debaten en ONU sobre cambio climático y desarrollo sostenible
La Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas celebra hoy un foro de alto nivel para abordar la relación entre el cambio climático y la Agenda 2030 de Desarrollo Sostenible.
Prensa Latina
 
‘Pakistan seventh among countries vulnerable to climate change’
Minister for Climate Change Zahid Hamid on Wednesday said Pakistan was among the top five countries having a dedicated law on climate change which would help the country progress and achieve sustainable growth.
Dawn
 
Women Saving the Planet: Lidy Nacpil of the Philippines
The veteran civil-society advocate came of political age under the Marcos régime in the Philippines. Today she’s one of the busiest organizers in the world.
Pacific Standard
 
PM to open FIA Congress
With the theme 'Embracing Fundamentals for Success', the two-day congress is on the 21st and 22nd of next month...
Fiji Sun Online
 
Arctic’s Winter Sea Ice Drops to Its Lowest Recorded Level
After a season that saw temperatures soar at the North Pole, the Arctic has less sea ice at winter’s end than ever before in nearly four decades of satellite measurements.
NY Times
 
Les glaces hivernales de l'Arctique au plus bas depuis 38 ans
Les glaces recouvrant l'océan arctique ont atteint cet hiver leur plus faible étendue en 38 ans, un nouveau signe de l'accélération du réchauffement climatique, selon les scientifiques.-NASA/AFP/Archives/HANDOUT
Les glaces recouvrant l'océan arctique ont atteint cet hiver leur plus faible étendue en 38 ans, un nouveau signe de l'accélération du réchauffement climatique, selon les scientifiques.
AFP
 
 
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