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Parenting in a time of climate crisis

It hits unexpectedly. Some days it strikes while buying groceries or when I spot how high the water in the river is. Often, the thought lingers underneath my delight at watching my child play outside.

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Canadian politicians won't be able to ignore climate change in 2022

Crises have a habit of blotting each other out, given that most of us can only put out, or even focus on, one fire at a time. But while the last two years were given over to coping with COVID-19, another emergency of existential scale has been implacably gathering strength.

The Gulf of Mexico is poised for a wind energy boom. 'The only question is when.'
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The Gulf of Mexico is poised for a wind energy boom. 'The only question is when.'

Study sees potential for 510,000 megawatts, twice the current needs of all five Gulf states
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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee pledges zero-emission public fleets, cites 'extreme weather'

ll vehicles owned by Washington state will be fully electrified by 2040 in the latest attempt to cut down carbon emissions to limit the impact of climate change.

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Scientific consensus is clear humans cause climate change ahead of COP26 summit

A survey found 99.9 percent of scientific studies say climate change is caused by human activity. One expert said it should be "the last word" on the subject.
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Jobs driving more people to cities facing risks of climate change, census shows

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Robert Reich: Covid is poisoning us inside and climate change is poisoning us outside

Our collective tendency is to wait until big problems become catastrophic before dealing with them.
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