LCV says Carlos Curbelo’s climate change record took a step back

Miami Republican Carlos Curbelo’s climate-change record took a step back in the eyes of the League of Conservation Voters in 2017.

Climate change will continue to widen gaps in food security, new study finds

Countries already struggling with low crop yields will be hurt most by a warming climate.

With storms to the east and wildfires to the west, the climate crisis is currently at the forefront of public consciousness.

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As glaciers melt, will deadly landslides increase?

A recent string of massive landslides in Alaska and around the world bears the fingerprint of climate change.
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Net zero by 2050 has quickly become the new normal for the largest U.S. utilities

New plans from Ameren and Entergy show the trend to renewables is accelerating because coal just can’t compete. Some activists want it to go even faster.
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NHS targets net zero emissions by 2040

Britain's National Health Service pledged on Thursday to become the world's first healthcare system to cut carbon emissions to net zero, hoping to achieve that by 2040 with measures from electric ambulances to energy-efficient hospitals.
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What a Joe Biden presidency would mean for five key science issues

The coronavirus pandemic, climate change and space exploration are among the issues that Biden will influence if he wins the upcoming US election.

Covid and climate change should be the UN's priority, new global poll says

Nearly a million people were polled by the United Nations ahead of its 75th General Assembly.
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How a gas car ban could fail in California

The state must prod 10 million people to buy clean cars and install thousands of charging stations within a decade to start phasing out gas-fueled vehicles in 2035, auto experts said.