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More summer heat in 2023 than this world has ever before recorded

More summer heat in 2023 than this world has ever before recorded

August 2023 was 2nd hottest month ever recorded after July 2023
India ‘satisfied’ with Canada’s response to rising Sikh-related heat

India ‘satisfied’ with Canada’s response to rising Sikh-related heat

Surrey shooting of Hardeep Singh Nijjar has amplified rhetoric, raised questions of safety
Climate change feeds billion-dollar global invasive species problem

Climate change feeds billion-dollar global invasive species problem

Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform report shows about 3,500 problematic invaders
Floodwaters follow as fires as climate continues to batter Greece

Floodwaters follow as fires as climate continues to batter Greece

One dead and another missing as torrential rainfall strikes centre of the country
U.S. company gets $2.6M to relinquish oil lease on sacred Native American land

U.S. company gets $2.6M to relinquish oil lease on sacred Native American land

The deal would resolve a decades-long dispute over the 25-sq.-km. oil, gas lease in the mountainous area
Biden will get a firsthand look at hurricane’s toll in Florida

Biden will get a firsthand look at hurricane’s toll in Florida

Republican governor and 2024 presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis won’t be meeting with the president
Hawaii wildfires leave water warnings, much uncertainty in their wake

Hawaii wildfires leave water warnings, much uncertainty in their wake

Safety and and day-to-day life questions could remain unanswered for quite some time
India to grant Canada requested pause in trade talks

India to grant Canada requested pause in trade talks

Talks have been progressing rapidly after a 5-year hiatus
Families of Canadians detained in Syria hope delegation sparks change

Families of Canadians detained in Syria hope delegation sparks change

Group met with a number of Canadians held in camps and detention centres
Tropical Storm Idalia fades leaving U.S. residents to count the cost

Tropical Storm Idalia fades leaving U.S. residents to count the cost

Florida governor says Idalia was far less destructive than initially feared