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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

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Qatar sits in a region that, outside the Arctic, is warming faster than anyplace else on earth. The wealthy Gulf Arab nation has been able to pay for extreme adaptive measures like this thanks to the natural gas it exports to the world. Qatar has inched forward making climate pledges.
Published 2 months ago · Qatar

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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

Middle East News: AL RAYYAN: At a suburban park near Doha, the capital city of Qatar, cool air from vents in the ground blasted joggers on a November day that reached a.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

World Cup host Qatar sits in a region that is warming faster than anywhere else on earth besides the Arctic. The wealthy Gulf Arab nation has been able to pay

2 months ago·United States
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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

World Cup host Qatar sits in a region that is warming faster than anywhere else on earth besides the Arctic

2 months ago·United States
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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

By SUMAN NAISHADHAM Associated PressAL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) — At a suburban park near Doha, the capital city of Qatar, cool air from vents in the ground blasted joggers on a November day that reached almost 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit). The small park with air-conditioned paths is an apt illustration of World Cup host Qatar’s answers, so far, to the rising temperatures its people face. The wealthy Gulf Arab nation has been able to pa…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) — At a suburban park near Doha, the capital city of Qatar, cool air from vents in the ground blasted joggers on a November day that […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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Energy-rich Qatar faces fast-rising climate risks at home

AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) — At a suburban park near Doha, the capital city of Qatar, cool air from vents in the ground blasted joggers on a November day that reached almost 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit).The small park with air-conditioned paths is an apt illustration of World Cup host Qatar’s answers, so far, to the rising temperatures its people face. The wealthy Gulf Arab nation has been able to pay for extreme adaptive measures like …

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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