Komodo dragons threatened by climate change, report says
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Komodo dragons threatened by climate change, report says

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List, an assessment of the health of tens of thousands of species, Komodo dragons went from "vulnerable" to "endangered."

Petition circulators are telling California voters that a ballot measure would ban new oil and gas wells near homes. In fact, it would do the opposite

The canvassers are backed by the oil industry in its quest to stop a new law that bans wells near residential areas and imposes new environmental controls. If petition circulators succeed in gathering enough signatures, the law would be blocked until the 2024 election.

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How an early oil industry study became key in climate lawsuits

For decades, 1960s research for the American Petroleum Institute warning of the risks of burning fossil fuels had been forgotten. But two papers discovered in libraries are now playing a key role in lawsuits aimed at holding oil companies accountable for climate change.

What trees are saying about climate change

Forests are stressed from climate change and trees are communicating that stress to each other. Tree scientist Suzanne Simard explains how.

EU takes 'first step' to certify removing CO2 from atmosphere

The European Union set out plans on Wednesday to certify removals of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, while leaving key details to be worked out later - including how these removals will be counted towards EU climate change targets.

GOP attorneys general try to block Vanguard from buying utilities over firm's climate change stance

GOP state attorneys general are taking legal action to prevent investment firm Vanguard from buying publicly traded utility shares over concerns that its climate change activism could raise prices and decrease energy reliability.

French weather service declares 2022 hottest year on record

France this year experienced the hottest year since records began, the country's national weather service said Wednesday, as global warming stokes temperatures globally. 
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