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The climate crisis heats up

From a polar vortex in the US to flooding in Australia, extreme weather is becoming more and more common. A frightening UN report found the last four years have been the hottest on record, and scientists fear that unless we act fast, there won’t be enough time to reverse the devastating effects of climate change. Sandra Gathmann looks at what’s being done and what more needs to happen. #ClimateChange #Antarctica #PolarVortex

Turkey's Antarctic Mission: Scientists witness effects of climate change

Turkey's Antarctic Mission: Scientists witness effects of climate change

Climate Change: Americans demand better storm prevention

Climate Change: Americans demand better storm prevention

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Pakistan scorched by severe heat

Pakistan scorched by severe heat

Cavusoglu meets Blinken as Türkiye objects to Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Cavusoglu meets Blinken as Türkiye objects to Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Nearly 500,000 people displaced by floods in India's northeastern states

Nearly 500,000 people displaced by floods in India's northeastern states

US authorities warn of a potentially dangerous hurricane season

US authorities warn of a potentially dangerous hurricane season

Russian soldier accused of war crimes in Ukraine pleads guilty

Russian soldier accused of war crimes in Ukraine pleads guilty

Russia says nearly 1,000 soldiers have surrendered at Azovstal

Russia says nearly 1,000 soldiers have surrendered at Azovstal

Mali withdraws from regional force G5 Sahel

Mali withdraws from regional force G5 Sahel

Libya ceasefire at risk after rival parliament tried to take Tripoli

Libya ceasefire at risk after rival parliament tried to take Tripoli

Tehran launches plan to cut back food subsidies

Tehran launches plan to cut back food subsidies

"I am Muslim, Somalian, black and a female. All in me, and I play basketball."

"I am Muslim, Somalian, black and a female. All in me, and I play basketball."

Turkish FM Cavusoglu visits US

Turkish FM Cavusoglu visits US

North Korea reports 230,000 new cases of people with symptoms

North Korea reports 230,000 new cases of people with symptoms

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