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A new green fund being set up should prioritize protecting its rain forests and creating a carbon trading program to curb climate change.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) confirmed that July 2019 was the hottest month in the past century owing to global warming.
Economic losses caused by the most extreme weather events, from hurricanes to wildfires, are surging fastest in parts of the world.
Experts have warned that ancient British structures older than the pyramids are being threatened by climate change.
London police have made 500 arrests as climate-change protesters continue two weeks of civil disobedience to push for more environment protection.
Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Indonesia calls on Indonesian youths to commit and place its utmost care for climate change.
Tens of thousands of students gathered for marches across New Zealand on Friday to kick off a second global school strike for climate action.
Greta Thunberg won the award for inspiring and amplifying political demands for urgent climate action reflecting scientific facts.
World leaders meet on Tuesday, September 24, to review a set of global goals agreed with great fanfare and optimism in 2015.
Thousands of students demand world leaders gathering for a UN Climate Action Summit adopt urgent measures to stop an environmental catastrophe.
UN's Antonio Guterres says he is banking on new pledges from governments and businesses to abandon fossil fuels during the climate summit in New York.
Asia's heavy and expanding reliance on coal power risks canceling out global progress towards preventing catastrophic climate change, UN says.
Scientists have linked the warming planet to man-made climate change.
Many experts projected Indonesian coastal areas (Jakarta, Semarang, and Demak) would face a serious threat on sea level hike and land subsidence.
Cities in tropical regions such as Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Rangoon, and Singapore, are likely to see the strongest impacts of climate change.
Naturalist David Attenborough told British lawmakers warning that failure to tackle climate change could lead to massive social unrest.
Britain's foreign aid department said it would use the money to help those Africa and Asia withstand the effects of climate change.
Man-made climate change probably made last month's European heatwave, in which southern France experienced a national record 45.9 degrees Celsius.
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were at a record high last year and new renewable power capacity has stalled after years of strong growth.
To cut emissions by 2030, many sectors of the economy require an extra annual investment of between 180 and 290 billion euros.