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What are minimum and maximum working temperatures globally?

With extremes of heat and cold expected to increase around the world as climate change affects weather systems, an ever-more-pressing question will arise about how people are expected to work in very hot or very cold conditions.

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Ron DeSantis is the same old Republican on climate issues

DeSantis represents a new, more reasonable-seeming climate candidate—but the denial is still there.
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How did climate change affect ancient humans?

Hundreds of thousands of years ago our ancestors had an intimate relationship with their environment, which helped shape where and how they lived. But when the climate changed - when the river ran dry or local grasslands and herds dwindled - how did ancient humans respond?

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Fighting 'doomism': Can anything be done to fight climate change? UN report says 'yes'

Climate change is going to get worse, but as gloomy as the latest scientific reports are, including today's from the United Nations, scientist after scientist stresses that curbing global warming is not hopeless.

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A new tool may help crab fishers sidestep dead zones

Lately, bouts of dangerously low oxygen levels - or hypoxia - have afflicted parts of the North American west coast, affecting critters from halibut to sea stars.

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Supporters of battling climate change rally in Annapolis

Supporters of legislation to address climate change rallied in Maryland recently to speed up the state’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from 40% of 2006 levels to 60% in 18 years.

Mayor: Nashville bringing 'sense of urgency' to reduce its carbon footprint

Mayor: Nashville bringing 'sense of urgency' to reduce its carbon footprint

Nashville Mayor John Cooper is launching his early 2022 sustainability agenda with a pledge to reduce Metro government's greenhouse gas emissions by 80% in the next 28 years.