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Do Americans really care about climate change?
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Do Americans really care about climate change?

Political will for environmental policy comes down to personal experience.
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European youth bet on authoritarian states to fix climate change

A majority of Europeans in the 16-29 age group believe authoritarian states have a better shot at addressing the climate crisis than democracies, according to a new Oxford-backed survey.

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Dried up: Examining global water scarcity

So much of the discussion around climate change involves the excess of water: rising seas, melting ice caps, devastating storms. But for much of our warming planet, the future will be defined by less water.

Butterfly effect: Russia's coming after America's shale
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Butterfly effect: Russia's coming after America's shale

Russia and Saudi Arabia might appear to be the main protagonists of the oil price war that has bloodied markets this week. In reality, the battleground is America.
Love Nutella? World's hazelnut supply faces climate threat
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Love Nutella? World's hazelnut supply faces climate threat

Extreme weather events are threatening Turkey's Black Sea region, which produces 70 percent of the world's hazelnuts used in chocolates and spreads.
The scientist tackling the deep-sea food chain
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The scientist tackling the deep-sea food chain

Columbia University's Sonya Dyhrman is studying how organisms at the base of the food chain adapt to climate change — an unseen phenomenon with huge impact.
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Can ancient grains save the planet from climate-induced starvation?
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Can ancient grains save the planet from climate-induced starvation?

As climate change kills the yields of rice, wheat and soyabeans, ancient grains could save humanity from hunger in coming decades.
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