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How Canada's wildfires are warming the stratosphere

Extreme wildfires are increasing due to rising emissions, but they also disrupt the climate in return. Weighing up the overall impact, however, is tricker than it seems.
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These canals in California are about to be covered with solar panels

Covering canals with solar panels saves water while generating a lot of electricity. California's Central Valley is about to be the first pilot in the U.S.
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California to cover canal with solar panels in experiment to fight drought, climate change

California is about to launch an experiment to cover aqueducts with solar panels, a plan that if scaled up might save billions of gallons of otherwise evaporated water while powering millions of homes.
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Nasa images show how drought has caused lake to vanish in just 7 years

New pictures taken from space of the Cerro Prieto reservoir in Mexico show how the lake has nearly entirely dried up in less than a decade.

What’s behind Europe's heat waves?

What’s behind Europe's heat waves?

This year’s scorching weather is in keeping with a trend. Scientists say a number of factors, including changes in the jet stream, are in play.
Five things to know about drought in the American West

Five things to know about drought in the American West

A new climate is re-writing the story of America’s drylands.
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Utah's Great Salt Lake drops to lowest levels after years of drought

On July 3, 2022, the lake - the largest saltwater lake in the Americas and 8th largest in the world - recorded its lowest water levels since records began in 1847, falling to 4,190.1 feet above sea level.