Alaska oil project would use ‘chillers’ to freeze thawing tundra
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Alaska oil project would use ‘chillers’ to freeze thawing tundra

Climate change is poised to thaw and undermine the soil beneath ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow oil drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope, making its rigs and roads vulnerable to the same global warming the project will be aggravating.

Artists organize to offer new visions for tackling climate change

Recently, the Pew Research Center found that over 66 per cent of Canadians are not only concerned about the climate crisis, but willing to alter how they live to help fight it.

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Pennsylvania is vying for a clean energy hub, but some worry it still relies on fossil fuels

Pennsylvania officials want to bring more energy and manufacturing jobs to the state by building a Clean Hydrogen Hub in the region.

'Flash droughts' are Midwest's next big climate threat

Fast-moving droughts are developing more and more quickly as climate change pushes temperatures to new extremes.

Do airline offset programs really reduce your carbon footprint?

Carbon credits could eventually play an important role in fighting climate change, but right now a few dollars’ worth won’t change much.

UN Secretary-General: Fossil fuels are 'a dead end'

To have a chance of limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and avoiding the worst climate impacts, the world needs to transform global energy systems now.

Recent European drought was the most intense in at least 250 years

The 2018 to 2020 European drought was the worst in more than two centuries, driven in part by uncommonly high temperatures that exacerbated dry conditions across large parts of the continent, new research finds.

Orbán’s price: What will it take to get Hungary to ban Russian oil?

Brussels eyes the EU leaders’ summit at the end of May for a sanctions deal as hopes of a breakthrough fade.
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