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Life beneath the Arctic ice Is chock-Full of microplastics

Frozen polar waters host a critical species of algae. Accumulating plastic particles could threaten the whole ecosystem.
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Study finds lung damage in firefighters years after a major wildfire

Recent research from Canada seems to show that wildfires can continue to hurt the lungs of firefighters for years after they've burnt out.

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2020 just broke a 170-year hurricane season record

It's officially the busiest Atlantic hurricane season in 170 years of record keeping. Subtropical Storm Theta formed late on Monday, taking us further into the Greek alphabet.

Is the world really overpopulated?
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Is the world really overpopulated?

We reached out to a number of experts—in sustainability, environmental studies, economics, geography, and more—to find out, once and for all, whether the Earth is overpopulated.

The Arctic is on track to warm over 15 degrees this century even if we meet the Paris Agreement pledges
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The Arctic is on track to warm over 15 degrees this century even if we meet the Paris Agreement pledges

A new report from the United Nations shows that it's basically game over for the Arctic as we know it.

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Four things that could kill us before the cloud apocalypse does
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Four things that could kill us before the cloud apocalypse does

If you read the news on Monday, you may have heard people freaking out about how climate change is finally coming for the clouds.

Climate change could thaw the home Of humanity's doomsday vault

Climate change could thaw the home Of humanity's doomsday vault

If climate change has its way, the seeds the world is saving for doomsday might just be able to grow in the Arctic, according to a report released Monday by the Norwegian government.

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