Is fall disappearing?
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Is fall disappearing?

Pumpkin spice lattes are back, baby! Too bad it's the hottest day of the year, again.
climate-friendly colleges
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Want to choose a climate-friendly college? Here are some standouts.

Schools from all levels are stepping up to become climate leaders, from small liberal arts colleges in the rural Midwest to some of the largest universities in the country.
Senator Whitehouse & climate change

Senator Whitehouse puts climate change on budget committee’s agenda

For more than a decade, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave daily warnings about the mounting threat of climate change. Now he has a powerful new perch.
old coal mines heat homes in UK
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How old coal mines can help the climate

Old coal mines could have a role to play in heating homes, without burning fossil fuels. Martha Henriques explores the buildings heated from old mine workings.
Thailand's extreme air pollution
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Thailand's extreme air pollution: 'I feel sorry for my daughter'

More than 1.3 million Thais have fallen ill this year from a spike in extreme air pollution.

Rewilding animals could be key for climate: Report

A new report published in Nature Climate Change suggests that trophic rewilding, or restoring and protecting the functional roles of animals in ecosystems, is an overlooked climate solution.

Robust river governance key to restoring Mekong River vitality in face of dams

Billions of cubic meters of Mekong River water are now harnessed behind dams in the interests of power generation, severely affecting crucial physical and biological processes that sustain the river’s capacity to support life.

California’s snowpack soars to record high
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California’s snowpack soars to record high after 17 atmospheric rivers

This week's storm has pushed California's average snowpack past the previous record mark set in 1983.
House Republicans pass marquee energy bill
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House Republicans pass marquee energy bill in rebuke of Biden

The bill won’t advance in the Democratically controlled Senate, but Republicans can use it as a cudgel ahead of the 2024 election.
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An economist's 'answer to everything.' Hint: It takes nature

Economist Partha Dasgupta takes issue with our failure to account for the cost of Earth's destruction

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What happens if the largest owner of oil and gas wells in the US goes bankrupt?

Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.

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Paul Ehrlich: A journey through science and politics

In his new book, the famous scientist reflects on an unparalleled career on our fascinating, ever-changing planet.

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Will California’s new oil and gas laws protect people from toxic pollution?

California will soon have the largest oil drilling setbacks in the U.S. Experts say other states can learn from this move.

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