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In Montecito, the million-dollar views still come with mudslide risks

Life in California often requires navigating the edges of natural beauty and natural disaster. On the fifth anniversary of a catastrophe, residents had to flee again.
Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers
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Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers

Scientists have shown for the first time that protecting highly valuable but imperiled tuna in huge marine preserves pays off in the recovery of so many of the migratory fish
Looking back on America’s summer of heat, floods and climate change: Welcome to the new abnormal

Looking back on America’s summer of heat, floods and climate change: Welcome to the new abnormal

Millions of people around the world suffered through long-lasting heat waves and deadly flash flooding in the summer of 2022. A climate scientist explains the rising risks.
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Heather Houser: Climate change talk must turn to action and justice

All the climate talk this summer should also amount to actions beyond voting. No one action is a silver bullet.
How 5G could send weather forecasting back to the 1970s

How 5G could send weather forecasting back to the 1970s

Plans to expand wireless cellular networks could be bad news for atmospheric science.

What we know about the climate connection to the European floods
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What we know about the climate connection to the European floods

The storm that brought flooding and devastation to parts of Europe is the latest example of an extreme weather event. More are expected.
Soaring greenhouse gas emissions are shrinking the stratosphere, study shows
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Soaring greenhouse gas emissions are shrinking the stratosphere, study shows

The rapid growth of CO2 emissions in recent decades is heating and expanding the lower atmosphere, leading to its intrusion into the stratosphere, according to a new study.

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