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Hurricane season preparation is getting earlier

Coastal states are already rushing to prepare for an Atlantic hurricane season that forecasters warn will be unusually unpredictable.

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Worries mount about misinformation in science

It's diminishing public trust in science and becoming an existential threat to the planet, researchers warned this week.
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José Andrés unveils U.S. food and climate institute

Celebrity chef and founder of World Central Kitchen José Andrés is teaming up with George Washington University to launch a new research institute focused on the intersection of food production and climate change.

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Canada wildfire smoke hits air quality in U.S.

States including Colorado, Utah, Montana and Idaho issued air quality alerts and advisories due to the dozens of fires burning across western Canada over the weekend.

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Map: Where allergy season is getting longer

Allergy season lengthened by 15 days on average between 1970 and 2021 across about 200 U.S. cities, according to an analysis from Climate Central, a nonprofit climate news organization.

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U.S. oil and gas health impacts cost $77 billion per year

Air pollution from U.S. oil and natural gas production causes roughly $77 billion in health impacts nationwide every year, while also contributing to thousands of early deaths and health flare-ups, a new study finds.

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Glacier in northwest Greenland suggests sea level rise is underestimated

Scientists may be significantly underestimating the amount of melting yet to come from glaciers that end in the sea, according to a new study.

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