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  • On February 15, The Siberian Times published the “ghostly pictures of dark snowscapes – which should be pristine white”. And indeed, eerie black snow covered a few towns situated in the Siberian region of Kuzbass (Kuznetsk Basin). This is one of the world's largest coal fields, spanning more than 10,000 square miles, but also the home of 2.6 million people.
  • Scientists found that from 2025 and all the way to 2035, heat events caused by global warming may increase the number of babies born with congenital heart diseases, by 7,000.
  • Now, among the dire changes that our planet is going through, wildlife is also threatened. Like it wasn’t quite enough that hurricanes were destroying everything in their paths, that the ice is melting in the Arctic and the Antarctic and that significant bacteria living in the oceans and the deserts is changing or dying, we also have droughts and floods. All this provokes countless human casualties every year.
  • Wealthy countries still tend to ignore the voices – and issues – of the poorer countries, that tend more toward the stringent needs, like education and health care. It's even more tragic since loss of life due to climate extremes tends to be high in less developed countries. Here, recovery from natural disasters is also slower. But in 2015, the Paris Agreement went one step further to fixing the discrepancies, while 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.
  • Wealthy countries still tend to ignore the voices – and issues – of the poorer countries, that tend more toward the stringent needs, like education and health care. It's even more tragic since loss of life due to climate extremes tends to be high in less developed countries. Here, recovery from natural disasters is also slower. But in 2015, the Paris Agreement went one step further to fixing the discrepancies, while 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.
  • "We are in a crisis in the evolution of human society. It's unique to both human and geologic history. It has never happened before and it can't possibly happen again. You can only use oil once," Hubbert said in 1988.

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