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Siberia's prolonged unusually warm weather is an 'alarming sign': scientists

Siberia's prolonged period of unusually warm weather is an "alarming sign," according to climate change scientists.

In defense of all species

From manatees to Labradoodles, let's treat them all with respect and dignity.

The new year wasn't yet a week old when we learned that the beginning of 2021 is going to feel a lot like the 52 weeks of misery that was 2020.

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ADSE's Young Researchers Conference 2021

The Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering (ADSE) is hosting its 9th Young Researcher Conference from January 28-30th, 2021. Read more about the conference and how to register here.

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'My neighbourhood is being destroyed to pacify his supporters': the race to complete Trump's wall

In his final months in office, Donald Trump has ramped up construction on his promised physical border between the US and Mexico – devastating wildlife habitats and increasing the migrant death toll
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Biden rolls out members of science team

President-elect Joe Biden will roll out members of his science team Saturday as he looks to fill his administration and tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
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With only a week left in Trump’s Presidency, a last-ditch effort to block climate action and deny the science

President Donald Trump’s appointees took their final shots at staving off future climate action this week, even as his presidency careered to an inglorious end with a second impeachment. Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday finalized a surprise measure to bar future greenhouse gas regulation at oil refineries, manufacturing plants or other facilities beyond coal-fired […]
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The biggest Coalition conspiracy theory is climate change denial

MPs’ unfounded claims about the US Capitol attack and Covid treatments pale next to the granddaddy of misinformation
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Amy Coney Barrett should recuse herself in Big Oil’s Supreme Court case

The Justice’s father, who was an attorney for Shell for decades, could have direct knowledge of how the company managed climate threats.
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Amy Coney Barrett set to hear case against Shell, her Dad's employer for 29 years

The Supreme Court justice has not recused herself from a climate case against Big Oil, despite her family ties to one of the main defendants.