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Rep. Jamie Raskin probes oil companies over alleged Trump donation meeting
Amid LNG’s Gulf Coast expansion, community hopes to stand in its way
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's new grid rule deepens partisan divisions
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Second largest city in Zimbabwe limits tap water to just a day a week due to extreme drought
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Second largest city in Zimbabwe limits tap water to just a day a week due to extreme drought

After a devastating drought in 2019 and patchy rains this year, water shortages have worsened in Zimbabwe's second biggest city
Australia cuts outlook for Great Barrier Reef to ‘very poor’ for first time, citing climate change
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Australia cuts outlook for Great Barrier Reef to ‘very poor’ for first time, citing climate change

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living structure and has become a potent symbol of the damage wrought by global warming.
The legacy of the Blob

The legacy of the Blob

From California to Alaska, animals born during the infamous Blob are coming of age.

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines
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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Peter Dykstra joins Host Bobby Bascomb to discuss how a coal plant that transformed Paradise, Kentucky into a ghost town is now being shut down. Then, they look at a study from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, which confirms that recent spikes in atmospheric methane are linked to oil and gas fracking.

A million fish dead in 'distressing' outback algal bloom at Menindee
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A million fish dead in 'distressing' outback algal bloom at Menindee

Up to a million fish die along a 40km stretch of the Darling River in far west NSW, prompting people in the area near Broken Hill to question the State and Federal Government's water management policies.
Peter Dykstra: Midterms go eco-AWOL
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Peter Dykstra: Midterms go eco-AWOL

Climate and environmental issues were deeply impacted by the midterm elections, but once again, were absent from any prominent discussion

Every 45 minutes or so on Election Day, I was treated to the televised strains of "Come Fly With Me," a 1957 crooners' standard made famous by Frank Sinatra.

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Wildfires in Colorado cost $130 million in 2018. Here are the details, down to the $40 daily rate on portable toilets.
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Wildfires in Colorado cost $130 million in 2018. Here are the details, down to the $40 daily rate on portable toilets.

The drought-ravaged summer of 2018 was an expensive one for firefighting in Colorado, with costs reaching an estimated $130 million for 18 fires. Of that, the state’s share is more than $40 million.
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