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Surfers concerned about damage Donald Trump’s Clare wall could do to beach

in TrumpWorld, climate change is a hoax everywhere except County Clare, Ireland, where managers of a Trump golf resort cite sea level rise as the reason for building a seawall.

People have expressed their concern about the damage that could be done to dunes and rare wildlife on the beach.
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Drilled Podcast: Plastic Pipelines: And then there was Covid...

Just as the fossil fuel industry was starting to worry about demand for single use plastics, along comes a global pandemic that they could leverage to push more of the stuff. And they did! But was it enough to save them entirely?

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EVs are changing the future of roadside breakdown

You can’t tow an electric car when it’s run out of charge, so what do you do?
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Earth's energy imbalance removes almost all doubt from human-made climate change

A new study found a less than 1 percent probability that a growing imbalance between the amount of energy Earth absorbs and what it emits out occurred naturally.

Ex-SpaceX engineers in race to build first commercial electric speedboat

LA-based Arc Boat company announces $4.25m seed fund to start work on 475-horsepower craft.

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A long history of building for cold weather may have consequences as the climate warms

Burlington was recently found to have an exceptionally high level of trapped heat compared to other cities. That could be partly due to building design intended for colder climates.

When climate change came for my favorite glacier

As a college student, writer Julia Rosen spent a summer on Alaska's Taku Glacier, which kept growing for decades in spite of warming temperatures. Now, she reckons with its uncertain fate.