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Climate Change Could Force 143 Million Across Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America to Migrate

These numbers can be reduced by tens of millions if appropriate actions were taken at the national and international levels, the World Bank says.

Climate Change to Take a Greater Toll on Credit Ratings

The effects of the warming climate will have increasingly negative impacts on the credit ratings of organizations that lack adequate, comprehensive climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies, Moody’s says.

The costs of climate change are here and now

Berkeley Researchers Highlight Severe, Present Day Costs of Climate Change

Reviewing more than 100 current climate studies, two University of California, Berkeley researchers concluded that global waming is already taking a heavy toll on people and economic activity the world over.

Climate refugees seek food, water and shelter

Climate Migrants Will Add to the Refugee Crisis

Hundreds of thousands of migrants are fleeing to Europe to escape conflicts fueled in part by climate change. While this is the worst refugee crisis the world has faced since World War ll, it is nothing compared to the number of climate refugees we can expect as the world continues to warm. In the absence of climate mitigation and adaptation…

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It may be up in the northern latitudes that will be most livable in a climate-changed world

EarthTalk: The Best Places to Live in a Climate-Changed World

EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: Where will be the best places to live if global warming gets the best of us? ­- Cynthia McIntosh, Jasper, WY If temperatures around the globe continue to rise in the face of human-induced climate change as climatologists expect, some…

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Climate change is affecting many more species than polar bears. The National Audubon Society found that 60 percent of the 305 avian species in North America during winter have shifted their ranges northward by an average of 35 miles, thanks to warming temperatures. The American Goldfinch, pictured here, has moved some 200 miles north in the last 40 years

EarthTalk: Wildlife and Global Warming

EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: I know that polar bears are losing ice cover due to climate change, but what are other ways that global warming affects wildlife around the globe? – Hanna Bond, Hartford, CT Although perhaps the best known examples, polar bears certainly aren’t…

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