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No, global warming isn't killing off the polar bears
It's a heart-rending video: The National Geographic tape shows a plainly starving, shockingly thin polar bear rummaging for food. It's near death. The tragic scene went viral on the Internet.
Global manufacturing hits multiyear high as growth gathers pace
Factories across the world were at their busiest for decades during November when a global upswing in economic activity and trade boosted manufacturing activity.
Global warming causes change in Antarctic sea life
A team of scientists who found an array of sea life not found before in an area they explored beneath an Antarctic ice shelf believe the dramatic change may be caused by global warming·
Iran's role in global energy market important: Veep
Iran's first vice president highlighted the role of Iran in shaping the global energy market.
Global warming carrying on at catastrophic levels
There was never any ‘pause’ in global warming, new data showed, and the world is warming at a pace that scientists warn will be catastrophic.
Global GDP growth forecast at 3% in 2018
After exceeding expectations in 2017, the global economy is projected to carry forward its current momentum to generate a three-percent growth rate through 2018, the Conference Board said in its latest Global Economic Outlook 2018.
Why dietary choices have an impact on global wildlife
Tropical climates in the depths of Asia, Africa or South America might seem a world away from the checkout queue in your average Scottish supermarket or corner shop. But if your basket contains chocolate, coffee, bananas or rice, you can almost guarantee that what you eat comes from far warmer places thousands of miles away.
Global economy chiefs told to reform while going is good
Finance chiefs from around the world were warned Thursday to get their houses in order while the global economy is strong and to be ready for possible shocks in the future.
Global childhood obesity up tenfold over past four decades
Leading UK charities have called for the government to curb marketing spend by junk food companies after a WHO report revealed a tenfold increase in global childhood obesity in the past 40 years.
Global growth is driving equity market gains: Investor (Video)
Bill Northey of US Bank Private Client Group said that his tracking of global indicators paints a solid picture for equity market gains.
First global pledge to end cholera by 2030
Health officials from around the world are meeting in France to commit to preventing 90 percent of cholera deaths by 2030.
IMF official: Global economy  to continue faster expansion
The global economy will expand faster next year while still facing challenges, such as low productivity, high income inequality and low inflation, a senior official with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.
Global economy in better shape, geopolitical risks remain: RBA
The global economy is in better shape than a year ago, although geopolitical risks have the potential to derail its momentum, a senior Australian central banker said on Wednesday.
Global life expectancies rise
The average global life expectancy in 2016 was 72.5 years — 75.3 years for women and 69.8 years for men — according to the report. That’s up from 65.1 years in 1990 and from 58.4 years in 1970.
Global upswing could be more sustainable this time
Last week, this blog reported the continuing good news that global economic activity has embarked on the strongest and most synchronized period of expansion since 2010. Global growth is running well above the long term trend, especially in the advanced economies.

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