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In pristine Alaska, an oil giant prepares to drill for decades

Scientists say nations must stop new oil and gas projects to avoid climate catastrophe. But after the Biden administration greenlit the $8 billion Willow project, ConocoPhillips is racing ahead.
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Photos capture detrimental effects of climate change

While no single disaster can be definitively linked to climate issues, the overall impact of climate change is growing more visible.

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‘Monstrosities in the farmland’: how giant warehouses transformed a California town

Ontario was once at the center of the dairy industry. Now it’s home to Amazon’s largest warehouse and many others – with dangerous consequences.

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Climate change as you’ve never seen it before: “FloodZone” by Anastasia Samoylova

Russian-American artist Anastasia Samoylova documents the aftermath of rising sea levels in South Florida, challenging the way we think about climate change. The project is now on show at the Chrysler Museum of Art, Virginia.

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Repeat photography shows climate change impacts on real places

A 2004 photo captures a boat cruising a strip of water where an 1899 picture taken from the same spot shows a giant glacier. On either side of the channel, green trees and shrubs cover a rocky landscape that a century ago had been blanketed with white snow.

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‘It’s a slow catastrophe’: Artists try to tackle the dangers of rising sea levels

How should culture respond to the climate crisis? Can it provide a wake-up call that isn’t so brutally loud and depressing that we don’t just smash the alarm clock and go back to sleep?