mashable.com

All signs point to an active 2020 hurricane season

Though the Atlantic cyclone season begins in June and usually doesn't ramp up until August, environmental conditions in the ocean currently point to an above-normal season, meaning more storms.

thenarwhal.ca

Top B.C. government officials knew Site C dam was in serious trouble over a year ago: FOI docs

Stability of the dam found to be a “significant risk" in May 2019, more than a year before information about deepening geotechnical problems and escalating costs were shared with the public.

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Bill McKibben: There’s nothing sacred about nine justices; a livable planet, on the other hand . . .

The composition of the Supreme Court has varied over time, but another number is constant: without fundamental transformation to emissions by 2030, the chances of meeting the Paris climate targets are nil.
newrepublic.com

ExxonMobil’s real quid pro quo with the government

Trump suggested he could extort oil executives for campaign donations. The truth is more troubling.
thebarentsobserver.com

North Pole ice cap too thin for testing Russia’s giant icebreaker

The Arktika icebreaker will have to undergo a second test-voyage to prove its capabilities to crush thick and hard sea-ice.
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For a state that runs on coal, Biden's climate plan could mean big change

Biden wants a carbon free power sector by 2035, while Indiana predominantly runs on coal. Here is what Biden's climate plan could mean for the state.
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How federal deregulation could impact Indiana's air quality

President Donald Trump's administration takes a deregulatory approach to the environment. Here's how that could impact air quality in Indiana.

Green groups sue over study of Deepwater Horizon impacts on endangered species

Conservation groups sued the Trump administration Wednesday, arguing it failed to fully consider the effects on endangered species when reviewing the environmental damage caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.