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California needs more storms, groundwater to avoid prolonged drought, experts say

Over the past week Northern California was walloped by winter’s first big storm. But experts say more storms are needed to ward off drought this year
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Legacy of a clean-air czar: Clearer skies, bold alliances and bitter controversy

Mary Nichols has been pivotal in California’s war on smog. But as her tenure ends next week, activists say she didn’t do enough to protect low-income communities and they scuttled her candidacy for Biden’s top environmental post.
Smoky skies are the new normal. Are they making us sick?
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Smoky skies are the new normal. Are they making us sick?

Scientists know that tiny particles from smoke can be inhaled deep into a person's lungs and even enter the bloodstream. But the long-term health effects of this are not fully understood.
Climate change and its effect on the Australian elections
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Climate change and its effect on the Australian elections

Australians headed to the polls this weekend. Some people ate sausages after.
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