At the C40 World Summit this week, three cities - Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm - commit to reducing construction related emission, a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions.
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Commonly known as the Atlantic "conveyor belt," the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) drives climate throughout the eastern United States, northern Europe, and beyond. The AMOC is now weaker than it's been in 1,600 years, losing some 15 percent of its strength since the middle of the 20th century. The climate impacts of a slowing AMOC are profound. Ironically, its weakening is likely the result of climate change. Another feedback loop in the global climate system.