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The threat of ocean acidification

This film explores the alarming effects of ocean acidification, drawing on the expertise of scientists and the first-hand experiences of a Native Alaskan community. The film also looks at what can be done to lessen the problem.

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What California’s deadly storms reveal about the state’s climate future

Climate change will intensify wet and dry periods in the Golden State
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Most of the world’s grain is not eaten by humans

Nearly half of all grain is either burned as fuel or eaten by animals
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Australia’s election sets a heartening precedent on climate change

Maybe in America, too, greening politics seems impossible…until it isn’t.

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Why the energy crisis and climate change are reigniting interest in nuclear power

As countries rethink their dependence on Russian energy, we examine the technological innovations that could help revive the nuclear industry.

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Will there be significant action against climate change in 2022?

After a major UN climate summit, momentum behind climate policy often falters. But will that happen in 2022 in the wake of COP26?

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The first big energy shock of the green era

The first big energy shock of the green era

There are grave problems with the transition to clean energy power. The current panic is a reminder that modern life needs abundant energy: without it, bills become unaffordable, homes freeze and businesses stall.

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