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More than 4 million acres of California went up in flames in 2020 – about 4 percent of the state's land area and more than double its previous wildfire record.

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It was clear before the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season started that it was going to be busy.

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What a dreadful year. But, still, we don't have to venture far to find some silver linings in the toxic clouds.

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John Kerry helped bring the world into the Paris climate agreement and expanded America's reputation as a climate leader.
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Covid-19, the economy and climate change rank as the three greatest challenges facing the incoming Biden Administration.

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President-elect Joe Biden calls climate change an existential threat to America's environment, health, national security and economy, and has promised a clean energy revolution to counter it.

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Dozens of the top oil and gas companies in the world—including Shell, BP and Total—agreed this week to better track and reduce their methane emissions.

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For most college students, Saturdays are for relaxing or spending time with friends, but Damar Garcia is often busy preparing campaign materials for community residents about the importance of ensuring that young people of color have greater access to nature in cities.

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You may remember that in 2018 some prominent scientists gave us a 12 year deadline to fix climate change.

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As of late summer, governments around the world had pledged US$12.2 trillion of relief in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The post-election mood of the country is predictably fuzzy: euphoria among Biden followers, denial in MAGALand, and here in my home state of Georgia, a bit of shock that two Senate races may determine the nation's—and the Biden presidency's—fate.

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BOZEMAN, Mont.—"It's sad to win and be this depressed."

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On Wednesday, the United States completed the three-year process of withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord. Even with a Biden-Harris victory (which looks increasingly certain as I write this), the U.S. would rejoin the Paris process as something of a reprobate rather than a leader.

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It's hard to argue that COVID-19 and the U.S. elections shouldn't be dominating the headlines, but let's not forget all the festering problems we're currently forgetting.

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If you live and work within cities or suburbs, urban nature enclaves are something special.

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Let's start with the story of a scientist who beat back a powerful global denial movement without any help from social media or modern, sophisticated organizing campaigns.

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Hollywood's attempts to green its screens have seen some pretty wildly mixed results.

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