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California fires’ overlooked consequence

Such fires can't be entirely separated from Californians' contributions to climate change, and preventing them should be central to the state's environmental policy as well as public safety.

Competition heats up for U.S. direct air capture program

At least four groups have expressed interest in a new federal program that aims to fight global warming with the use of machines that can suck carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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Half of Irish students are worried about climate change, survey shows

More than half of Irish students are worried or sad about climate change while 8 per cent say it makes them angry, according to a survey conducted at this year’s BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.

What Nasa satellites say about Bangladesh’s climate

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How evangelicals moved from supporting environmental stewardship to climate skepticism

It was in the 1990s that the idea of Christian environmental stewardship disappeared from the rhetoric of the religious right, paving the way for the anti-environmental position it holds today.

Fight climate change without slowing growth, says UAE's COP28 chief

The fight against global warming should not be at the expense of economic growth, the UAE oil chief who will lead this year's UN climate talks said.

Pacific salmon seem to be getting smaller. Here’s what that might mean for the future

The number of salmon returning to Bristol Bay Alaska from the Pacific Ocean last year was higher than it’s been in at least 20 years. But the fish themselves are smaller.

Activist Mitzy Cortés: Indigenous peoples must lead if we’re going to beat climate change

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