This digest provides a selection of recent news articles relating to climate change and other environmental issues. Click on the title to read the full article from its original source.
By Jillian Ambrose (The Guardian)
Cautious optimism among experts that emissions from energy use may have peaked as net zero mission intensifies.
By Joe Lo and Matteo Civillini (Climate Home News)
The US election and negotiations on a new global finance target are the most important things for the climate in 2024.
By Raymond Zhong (New York Times)
Scientists are already busy trying to understand whether 2023’s off-the-charts heat is a sign that global warming is accelerating.
By Will de Freitas (The Conversation)
We don’t want to give you the wrong idea: things are bad. But to end 2023 let’s focus on a few of the more optimistic stories of the past year.
By Multiple Authors (World Resources Institute)
The latest data on forest fires confirms what we’ve long feared: Forest fires are becoming more widespread, burning nearly twice as much tree cover today as they did 20 years ago.
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