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It is a momentous time for climate action. In the afternoon of 21 September at a ceremony in New York, 60 countries representing 48% of global emi ions joined the Paris Agreement. This brings the Agre...
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Restraining hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) growth could help avoid 0.5 degrees Celsius increase in global temperatures, providing a boost towards Paris Agreement’s goal of holding warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Public health researchers, together with key experts, are collaborating with the Ahmedabad's traffic police department to strengthen the understanding of the health effects of extreme heat. The results of this first-of-its-kind analysis will strengthen interventions that help protect groups that are especially vulnerable to extreme heat, such as those who work outdoors.