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Subject Espresso ☕️ - A new billionaire every 26 hours, Geoengineering rethink, Nature based climate solutions
Date January 17, 2022 1:30 PM
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Super-rich thrive as COVID-19 pushes millions into poverty [[link removed]]

A new billionaire has been created every 26 hours during the pandemic, deepening the world's wealth divides

U.S. to demolish more blighted homes with pandemic aid [[link removed]]

Federal COVID-19 aid offers ‘once-in-a-lifetime resource’ to revitalise post-industrial cities like Flint

After sun-dimming setback, geoengineers seek a diplomatic fix [[link removed]]

A snub for a high-altitude Harvard University project to dim sunshine last year has spurred down-to-Earth diplomacy in 2022 to solve solar geoengineering research disputes

Invest in nature and reap cash benefits, World Economic Forum urges cities [[link removed]]

Cities should invest more in expanding green spaces and nurturing natural systems - not just to keep residents healthy and tackle climate-change risks but to boost their economies

Hormones help trans teens, U.S. study finds, as state bans loom [[link removed]]

As more people come out as transgender, debate has grown about the age at which transition treatment should begin

As heat spikes, U.S. workers seen facing 'health or pay' dilemma [[link removed]]

Extreme heat could cost Americans who work outdoors billions in lost annual earnings by mid-century, researchers say

We're still a way from equality, says Germany's first LGBTQ+ commissioner [[link removed]]

Despite progress on sexual equality, Germany's new Commissioner for the Acceptance of Sexual and Gender Diversity says the country has not gone far enough

Opinion OPINION: It’s time to step away from risky techno-fixes to climate threats [[link removed]]

Solar geoengineering is not necessary, desirable, ethical or political governable, and governments must restrict the development of these technologies before it is too late

OPINION: To protect vital ecosystems, turn to those living in them [[link removed]]

As the U.N. biodiversity conference approaches, efforts to ensure effective nature protection must include indigenous peoples and local communities

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