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Oceans under threat from heating, deoxygenation, and acidification

Oceans under threat from heating, deoxygenation, and acidification

The world's oceans are experiencing unprecedented stress from extreme heat, oxygen loss, and acidification due to human activities like burning fossil fuels and deforestation.

Oliver Milman reports for The Guardian.

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Oceans hit unprecedented warmth as concerns mount among scientists

Oceans hit unprecedented warmth as concerns mount among scientists

Scientists grapple with a surge in ocean heat, signaling a possible long-term planetary shift.

Scott Dance reports for The Washington Post.

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Record-breaking warmth in the North Atlantic signals environmental alert

Record-breaking warmth in the North Atlantic signals environmental alert

The North Atlantic Ocean's temperatures have surged to unprecedented levels, with current readings about 2 degrees Fahrenheit above the three-decade average.

Benji Jones reports for Vox.

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A Pennsylvania college's leap towards a sustainable future

Swarthmore College is transitioning from fossil fuels to a renewable-powered geoexchange system for campus heating and cooling.

Kiley Bense reports for Inside Climate News.

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Winter strains on electric grids match summer challenges

In a shift from past trends, electric grids now face significant strain during winter months, matching the challenges traditionally seen in summer.

Ivan Penn reports for The New York Times.

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Colleges turn to geoengineering to slash their carbon budgets

A growing number of colleges and universities are using deep underground pipes to heat and cool their buildings without burning fossil fuels.
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Farmers are driving Canada’s latest carbon price debate

Manitoba’s farmers say carbon fees on grain drying and barn heating are cutting into their bottom line and getting in the way of efficiency upgrades, but environmental experts are warning against another hole in Canada’s flagship climate policy.

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