The News for Tuesday 10th of July 2018
"Toulouse-based plane maker [Airbus] says half the present 21,450 aircraft flying will still be aloft in 20 years. With 37,390 new planes predicted to take off, the world’s total will increase by 123 per cent to 47,990."
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"In an unprecedented declaration, a year in the making, the Association of Marine Park Tourism Operators and Australian Marine Conservation Society called on "all our political leaders...to fight for the future of our reef"."
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The Japan Times
"The Japan Climate Initiative plans to work with fellow non-state actors in other parts of the world to overcome the challenges of global warming and delivering on the commitments within the 2015 Paris accord..."
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"[In the Arctic], climate change and technology are enabling mineral and energy extraction, shipping and tourism while threatening traditional ways of life and creating tensions among its four million inhabitants."
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