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Laurie Goering

'It's a really powerful time to be a teenager,' says UK climate strike leader

05 Jul 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - London high-school student Anna Taylor used to lament the lack of protest in Britain over what she saw as the growing threat of climate change - until her friends told her it was time to act.

Civil disobedience rings climate-change alarm bell 'a little louder'

05 Jul 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British lawyer Farhana Yamin spent three decades writing papers on climate change threats, speaking on panels, and advising vulnerable countries on climate policy.

FEATURE-Civil disobedience rings climate-change alarm bell 'a little louder'

05 Jul 2019

LONDON, July 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British lawyer Farhana Yamin spent three decades writing papers on climate change threats, speaking on panels, and advising vulnerable countries on climate policy.

Without climate action, economic growth 'will be reversed', economist warns

04 Jul 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Without rapid transformation of global economies to largely eliminate climate-changing emissions, countries face economic decline as the costs of wilder weather and other threats soar, British economist Nicholas Stern warned on Wednesday.

Investment slow to adapt to climate change, hiking risks

02 Jul 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Shifting the world's energy systems to cleaner sources to hold the line on climate change would cost an "eye-watering" $830 billion annually for the next 35 years, according to Oxford University climate scientist Myles Allen.

Investment slow to adapt to climate change, hiking risks

02 Jul 2019

LONDON, July 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Shifting the world's energy systems to cleaner sources to hold the line on climate change would cost an "eye-watering" $830 billion annually for the next 35 years, according to Oxford University climate scientist Myles Allen.

Despite climate pledges, G20 coal subsidies rise

25 Jun 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Despite promising a decade ago to phase out fossil fuel subsidies, the world's leading economies more than doubled subsidies to coal-fired power plants over three years, putting climate goals at risk, energy researchers said Tuesday.

Despite climate pledges, G20 coal subsidies rise

25 Jun 2019

LONDON, June 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Despite promising a decade ago to phase out fossil fuel subsidies, the world's leading economies more than doubled subsidies to coal-fired power plants over three years, putting climate goals at risk, energy researchers said Tuesday.

In Los Angeles 'water colony', tribes fear a parched future

04 Jun 2019

BIG PINE, California (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the first white settlers arrived in California's remote eastern Owens Valley, the name given to its indigenous tribes was Paiute, or "land of flowing water" in the local language.

FEATURE-In Los Angeles 'water colony', tribes fear a parched future

04 Jun 2019

BIG PINE, California, June 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the first white settlers arrived in California's remote eastern Owens Valley, the name given to its indigenous tribes was Paiute, or "land of flowing water" in the local language.

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