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I lived through a year of 'weather whiplash' in our weird, warming world

After praying for rain for weeks, the US state that saw some of the year's biggest wildfires in 2022 found itself soon suffering a deadly deluge. Scientists say it could be part of a disturbing new normal.
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Climate change denial makes an untimely comeback

The science about the climate crisis is unequivocal, but a recent report shows a rise in misinformation about the topic.
Please stop calling it the 'Doomsday Glacier'

Please stop calling it the 'Doomsday Glacier'

Losing Thwaites Glacier would be troubling, but the overly alarming nickname might do more harm than good.
Why don't all parking lots have solar panels over them?

Why don't all parking lots have solar panels over them?

Solar power and a covered parking spot seems like a great combination, but here's why many places are holding back.
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Apple suppliers move toward renewable power to fight climate change

After Apple made its own operations carbon neutral in 2020 to combat the release of greenhouse gas emissions, Apple's suppliers are now headed the same direction.

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How Minecraft is teaching kids to face the threat of climate change

How do you teach a child about bushfires that could engulf their home? How do you teach a child about how floods and rising sea levels loom over parts of their country?

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How next-gen satellites are transforming our view of climate change

A shrinking swath of coastline in Washington state has a regrettable nickname: Washaway Beach. It's named not for what's there, but rather for what isn't.