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Over-consumption in the world’s richest countries is creating unhealthy, dangerous, and toxic conditions for children globally, according to a new report published on Tuesday by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

From Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to the highlands of Armenia, the climate crisis is being increasingly felt in vulnerable mountain environments. Amplified warming at higher elevations, changing precipitation patterns and intensified natural hazards are adding substantially to development challenges.   

1.     Electric vehicles are on the rise 2.     The cost is going down for low-emission technologies 3.     Mitigation Laws are expanding 4.     It’s still possible to change industrial emissions 5.     Cities present a big opportunity for climate action 6.     Economic measures are being deployed 7.     People care, and they’re engaged 8.     CO2 removal is now …

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