Newsdesk – May 26

Hitting toughest climate target will save world  $30 trillion in damages. The $30tn in damages would be far more than the costs of cutting carbon emissions, according to a new economic analysis. Most nations, representing 90% of global population, would benefit economically from keeping global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels – Guardian

  • Scientists’ new analysis – climate change will bring global warming of 4C by 2084 –
  • World temperature rise nears danger level – ClimateNewsNetwork
  • Atlantic coast states secure 1.2 GW of offshore wind for USA –RenewableEnergyWorld 
  • Pakistan heatwave kills 65 people in Karachi over 3-day period – Reuters
  • BP wary of lawsuits as activists’ push for climate action –
  • Atlantic Coast Pipeline faces civil rights complaint after key permit blocked –InsideClimateNews
  • Minnesota pipeline ruling could strengthen tribes’ legal case against Enbridge –  InsideClimateNews
  • Climate change caucus in DC increases to 70 as 3 republicans join – TheHill
  • Coal-reliant Philippines struggles to power up clean energy – Reuters
  • North Korea’s coal dependence –
  • National park service releases climate report officials tried to censor – EcoWatch