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Global Warming vs. Climate Change: Their History and Their Differences

By: John A. Lanier
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While similar and often used interchangeably, “global warming” and  “climate change” do have distinct meanings. Understanding the differences starts with climate science and its interesting history. Filled with scientists from centuries ago who first documented the potential for the climate changes we are experiencing today, we can see the origins of the phrases global warming and climate change.

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While similar and often used interchangeably, “global warming” and  “climate change” do have distinct meanings. Understanding the differences starts with climate science and its interesting history. Filled with scientists from centuries ago who first documented the potential for the climate changes we are experiencing today, we can see the origins of the phrases global warming and climate change.

iPoint Commits to Ambitious Climate Target

Science Based Targets initiative approves company’s aims to reduce emissions in line with science to help limit global warming to well-below 2°C
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REUTLINGEN, Germany, February 17, 2022 /3BL Media/ – iPoint-systems gmbh, leading international provider of software and services for product compliance and sustainability, has set an ambitious climate target which has been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). SBTi has approved the targets covering greenhouse gas emissions from iPoint’s operations (scopes 1 and 2) as consistent with reductions required to keep global warming to well-below 2°C, a goal in line with the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015.

Achieving a More Inclusive and Sustainable Recovery in 2022

From a growing digital divide to vaccine equity, we highlight the economic and societal challenges that defined 2021 and point toward insights and resources from our partner network that can help advance shared prosperity around the world.
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In the US, a two-track recovery exacerbates the jobs divide

Ecocentricity Blog: Show Your Climate Stripes

By: John A. Lanier
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For some reason, the human brain is drawn more to color gradation than numerical tables or bar charts, so this graphic appeals to the average person much better than other forms of visualization. It isn’t so much “dumbed down” as it is purified - it communicates the most important thing that we need to know.

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For some reason, the human brain is drawn more to color gradation than numerical tables or bar charts, so this graphic appeals to the average person much better than other forms of visualization. It isn’t so much “dumbed down” as it is purified - it communicates the most important thing that we need to know.

The Global Methane Pledge at COP26: Everything You Need to Know

More than 100 countries have committed to cut methane emissions by 30% by 2030.
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By Leah Rodriguez

World leaders are stepping up to create a pathway toward reversing the impacts of climate change.

Pro Bono Perspectives S3E20: Steven Clarke, Ceres

Accelerating Corporate Action on the Climate Crisis
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Unless companies take immediate action on climate change, we will quickly surpass the 1.5 degree Celsius global temperature increase that will have catastrophic implementations not only on the environment and severity of natural disasters, but on human health, livelihoods, and security. But there is cause for optimism: more than ever, the private sector – which accounts for the vast majority of carbon emissions – is listening and stepping up sustainability commitments.

Can We Pay Farmers to Store Carbon Emissions in Their Fields?

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by Marcello Rossi, Climate & Capital Media 

Modern agriculture releases carbon into the air. But a new generation of startups is paying farmers to put it back into the ground.

Turning the Tide

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Public sentiment has been hugely influential in our shift from fossil-fuelled power generation to clean and renewable energy sources. The question now is, how do we turn the tide on the mining sector’s “dirty” image and reveal how the mining supply chain and renewables can combine to limit global warming to at or below 2°C?

The mining sector is a significant contributor of greenhouse gas emissions. 

Why Climate Finance? Why Now?

by John Howell of Climate & Capital Media and Climate Finance Weekly
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“Why climate finance,” you might ask? In 25 years of reporting on sustainable business, I have become fascinated by the pivotal relationship between capital and innovative solutions to climate-related issues.

GreenMoney Journal Announces Strategic Partnership With Climate & Capital Media

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GreenMoney Journal is pleased announce our Strategic Partnership with Climate & Capital Media -  https://www.climateandcapitalmedia.com a global media company that connects investors and entrepreneurs working on climate change solutions. Its news service develops engaging, well-reported profiles that deliver practice and meaningful investment and leadership insights about the fast-growing community of businesses addressing global warming and building a more sustainable climate economy.

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