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A political leader who is publicly addressing climate change
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, has called on Germans to think out of the box to cope with the challenges arising from global warming."To do this, we need more than ever the courage to think in a new way, the strength to leave familiar paths, the willingness to try new things, and the determination to act faster, convinced that the unusual can succeed - and must succeed if the generation of today's young people and their descendants should still be able to live well on this Earth," Merkel said.That is also a priority of the European Union's new executive Commission. Germany will hold the EU's rotating presidency in the second half of 2020.https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/all-man-made-merkel-vows-to-
31 December 2019 by Lynn Wood

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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-17/what-youd-spend-to-halt-climate-change-and-what-you-could-get/11784704?pfmredir=sm


 
24 December 2019 by Lynn Wood

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Global ClimateStrike - Plant a Tree for Every Employee
Today the United Nations gives us 11 years to prevent irreversible damage to our planet. With a 1.5 degree global warming scena
17 September 2019 by ReadyFundGo

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Natural solutions to climate change
An international study has found that natural solutions to mitigate climate change, such as reforestation, could have the same eff
17 October 2017 by lynnwood

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Climate Change & Public Health - Threat or Opportunity
Saturday morning 23rd September seminar in Sydney involving Nobel Peace Prize winner, Prof Jonathan Patz, Director of the Global Health Institute, Uni of Wisconsin will debate our options with leading Australian academics and advocates from 350.org, the Climate And Health Alliance (CAHA) and Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) Book via - https://www.humanitix.com/event/climate-change-public-health/
18 September 2017 by Jeremy Wright

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Cows eat seaweed to help fight climate change
If farmers could supplement their feed with seaweed, this could help with two of the biggest challenges of our time: fighting climate change and growing more food with fewer resources. CSIRO and James Cook University are currently conducting further experiments to examine how feeding seaweed to cattle affects production. These experiments aim to confirm the effects measured in the lab and could create a new industry in growing seaweed as a feed supplement for livestock. https://blog.csiro.au/seaweed-hold-key-cutting-methane-emissions-cow-burps/
2 September 2017 by Lynn Wood