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The climate crisis will amplify the UK’s existing health inequalities

A public health agency report issues a stark warning: the impact of changing climate on health is proportionately negative to the most disadvantaged.

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New North Sea oil and gasfields will emit as much carbon as 14m cars, report says

The Guardian environment editor Fiona Harvey reports new oil and gas licences for the North Sea that the UK government has approved in the past two years will produce as much carbon dioxide as the annual emissions of nearly 14m cars, or the entire yearly emissions of Denmark.

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New study bolsters case for Pennsylvania to join Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

Pennsylvania could speed its pace cutting carbon emissions, raise new revenue and boost the state’s use of renewable fuels by completing its planned enrollment in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, an agreement by 12 states to curb emissions from power plants, according to a new analysis.

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Return to nuclear promises green electricity, but at what cost?

As more than $1 billion in public money is being committed to a new generation of reactors, critics are calling for a pause and a rethink, saying nuclear power’s cost overruns, construction delays and safety concerns outweigh its benefits as a provider of clean electricity.
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Listen: How meteorologists cover climate change

Meteorologists are seeing the effects of climate change in real time, as extreme weather events and disasters become more common. We talk with three meteorologists about how they try to talk about climate change, how they see our world changing and what pushback they get from skeptics.

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The carbon bomb makers — Canada versus our peers

It turns out Canada really is a climate leader — but sadly, in the wrong direction. Barry Saxifrage shows us how.
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Despite protests in Luetzerath, a German coal mine expands

Images of demonstrations in the village of Luetzerath, beside a gigantic coal-mine pit.