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Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Global efforts to tackle climate change are falling short, according to a new report from the UN. The study found that carbon dioxide emissions are rising for the first time in four years and economic growth is responsible. But as Sarah Morice reports, scientists believe climate disaster can be avoided if immediate action is taken. #ClimateChange #GasEmissions #EconomicGrowth

Climate Change: World emissions continue to increase

Climate Change: World emissions continue to increase

Climate Change: World countries meet in Poland for a solution

Climate Change: World countries meet in Poland for a solution

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: India's disappearing island worries villagers

Climate Change: India's disappearing island worries villagers

The Global Energy Crisis

The Global Energy Crisis

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Our Planet's Global Warning

Our Planet's Global Warning

The World Food Crisis

The World Food Crisis

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Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

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