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Extinction Rebellion heads for protest finale in City of London

Climate change activists plan to cause rush hour disruption in London’s financial district on Thursday before they bring an end their climate “rebellion” that has led to protesters occupying sites across London for more than a week.

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Support for Extinction Rebellion soars after Easter protests

Since the wave of protests began more than a week ago, 30,000 new backers or volunteers have offered their support to the environmental activist group. In the same period it has raised almost £200,000 – mostly in donations of between £10 and £50 – reaching a total of £365,000 since January.

solitary tree during a drought in queensland, australia

Guest post: How will climate change’s warming pattern look in the future

The world has not warmed evenly as the climate has changed over the past century. After about 1°C of human-induced global warming, we observe that regions such as the Arctic and most land areas have warmed more quickly than the global average, while many ocean regions have only warmed a little.

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