“Green Neighborhood” returns to Da Kao ward with many exciting activities

After a temporary pause due to the epidemic, in October 2021, CHANGE and the Green Neighborhood project officially returned to the people of Da Kao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, with many exciting activities welcoming the new normal life. Building works on landscapes and environmentally friendly living models…


WHO: Climate action at COP26 could save millions of lives

On October 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) and about three-quarters of global health care workers called on governments to step up climate action at the United Nations Summit on climate change for the 26th edition (COP26), and argues that this could save millions of lives each year. WHO report…


The Science of Climate Change Explained: Facts, Evidence and Proof

The science of climate change is more solid and widely agreed upon than you might think. But the scope of the topic, as well as rampant disinformation, can make it hard to separate fact from fiction. Here, we’ve done our best to present you with not only the most accurate scientific information,…


Italian-Vietnamese photo exhibit sheds virtual light on global climate change

The “Italian Routes – Mountains, Mountaineering, Climate Change” and “Landscapes of Vietnam” exhibit underlines the plight of global climate change. The dual exhibition, held by the Italian Embassy in Hanoi and Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in August, delivers a strong message on the effects of climate change and the interconnectedness…


The effects of a warmer world are visible in animals’ bodies

Hundreds of species show signs of adapting to a warming climate. For humans, adapting to climate change will mostly be a matter of technology. More air conditioning, better-designed houses and bigger flood defences may help ameliorate the effects of a warmer world. Animals will have to rely on changing their…


The United States Isn’t Ready for the New Phase of Climate Change

For decades, scientists have warned that climate change would unleash ferocious natural disasters unlike anything in recorded human history. They predicted that ever-increasing greenhouse gas emissions would cause global temperatures to rise, touching off a vicious cycle of longer and hotter heat waves, deeper droughts, and bigger storms. Most decision-makers,…


NASA’s Oceans Melting Greenland Mission Leaves for Its Last Field Trip

The pioneering campaign drops probes from a plane into the sea to track how seawater is melting glaciers and lend insight into the future of sea level rise. This week, NASA’s airborne Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission begins its final survey of glaciers that flow from Greenland into the ocean….


World’s climate scientists to issue stark warning over global heating threat

IPCC’s landmark report will be most comprehensive assessment yet as governments prepare for pivotal UN talks in November The fires, floods and extreme weather seen around the world in recent months are just a foretaste of what can be expected if global heating takes hold, scientists say, as the world’s…


A billion children at ‘extreme risk’ from climate impacts – Unicef

Report launched with youth activists including Greta Thunberg paints ‘unimaginably dire’ picture Almost half the world’s 2.2 billion children are already at “extremely high risk” from the impacts of the climate crisis and pollution, according to a report from Unicef. The UN agency’s head called the situation “unimaginably dire”. Nearly…


Rain falls on peak of Greenland ice cap for first time on record

Precipitation was so unexpected, scientists had no gauges to measure it, and is stark sign of climate crisis Rain has fallen on the summit of Greenland’s huge ice cap for the first time on record. Temperatures are normally well below freezing on the 3,216-metre (10,551ft) peak, and the precipitation is…