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SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — Mandy Graham knew her spacious, attractive dream house on the Arkansas River was in a 100-year floodplain, but when she bought it in 2017 — with the help of a federally funded flood insurance plan — it had been just 31 years since Tulsa’s largest-ever flood.
— Politico (November 29) (Pocket)
Interdisciplinary environmental history: How narratives of the past can meet the challenges of the Anthropocene - Phys.org
The stories historians tell about society and climate typically take one of two forms: stories in which societies experience catastrophic collapse due to climate change and stories in which societies show resilience, riding out climatic disasters due to the durability of the system's structures.
— Phys (December 1) (Pocket)
ATHENS, Nov 28 (Reuters Breakingviews) - There will be no joy if countries get help for climate damage from a fund promised at COP27, but the planet still fries. This is why the recent United Nations climate conference in Egypt ended with a lot of hand-wringing. The European Union, in particular, had hoped to tie together the two issues of fighting climate change and supporting countries which suffer disasters, but failed.
— Reuters (November 28) (Pocket)
Climate-fuelled disasters: warning people is good, but stopping the disaster is best. Here are 4 possible ways to do it
Fareed Khan/AP/AApClimate change is driving a worldwide increase in extreme events. The latest State of the Climate report confirms the risks of disasters are rising in Australia. Repeated floods have devastated our east coast. Other extreme events are getting worse too. Since 1987 bushfires have burnt increasing areas, peaking in 2019. This is in Australia – one of the world’s wealthiest countries. In developing countries such as Pakistan, which has been devastated by floods, the situation is much worse. COP27 ended with an agreement on “loss and damage” funding for these vulnerable countries.
— The Conversation (November 24) (Pocket)
Countries at the 27th United Nations climate change conference (COP27) have agreed to create a fund to help poorer countries respond to loss and damage related to the climate crisis.1The agreement came as the conference, which ran from 6 to 18 November, closed. A transitional committee is now expected to meet before the end of March 2023 to make recommendations on how the fund will work, which will be put to countries at the COP28 climate summit in November 2023.UN climate change executive secretary Simon Stiell said, “This outcome moves us forward. We have determined a way forward on a decades long conversation on funding for loss and damage—deliberating over how we tackle the impacts on communities ...
— BMJ (November 23) (Pocket)
SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) — At the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, leaders of developing nations have repeatedly said it’s not fair to expect them to cover the costs of rebuilding from devastating weather events in a warming world, plus invest in cleaner industry while they also pay much higher interest rates on loans than rich nations.
— AP (November 22) (Pocket)
Poor countries have long sought to force wealthy countries to pay for the “loss and damage” they suffer from natural disasters that are supposedly climate-related. This is separate from the $100 billion a year that rich countries have promised to help poor countries reduce emissions and adapt to climate change.
— ZeroHedge Opinion (November 22) (Pocket)
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