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How YouTube promotes conspiracy theories and climate change denial
How YouTube promotes conspiracy theories and climate change denial
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
Climate models update: It’s hotter than we thought
Climate models update: It’s hotter than we thought
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
Why is climate change’s 2°C of warming limit so important?
Why is climate change’s 2°C of warming limit so important?
If you read or listen to almost any article about climate change, it’s likely the story refers in some way to the “2°C limit.” The story often...
Afrobarometer: Climate change literacy still low in Africa
Afrobarometer: Climate change literacy still low in Africa
The recent havoc caused by tropical cyclone Idai which struck the southern African countries of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi is a grim reminder...
Deep listening will serve us better than building walls
Deep listening will serve us better than building walls
I’ve got a friend who has tried killing herself a couple of times and is severely depressed because the world doesn’t have a future. How can...
The manifestation of climate injustice
The manifestation of climate injustice
Quarry Road West informal settlement is located in the urban core of Durban in South Africa. It lies adjacent to a golf course, below (at least in...
Going green: Ethiopia's bid to plant four billion trees
Going green: Ethiopia's bid to plant four billion trees
These days whenever Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed appears in public, he removes his jacket, rolls up his sleeves, grabs a shovel and gets to...
Kalahari will become too hot for birds
Kalahari will become too hot for birds
The Kalahari desert, which straddles Namibia, Botswana and South Africa, is already 1.95°C hotter than it was just 60 years ago. Temperature...
Sorghum making a rebound in Europe thanks to climate change
Sorghum making a rebound in Europe thanks to climate change
Ferenc Kardos planted 300 hectares of sorghum instead of corn this year. From the fertile Hungarian plain where he lives all the way to southeastern France, the hot weather cereal is taking root in Europe....

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