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Mat Hutchison: Exploring climate change on first dates: Here's why I do it

I have discovered that talking about how global warming affects our lives serves as a litmus test to understand a person’s broader beliefs and behaviors. It reveals whether they perceive the world in black and white, how they view their role in their community, and their level of engagement with science and systemic inequalities.

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Rebecca Solnit: How to meet the climate crisis? Redefine ‘abundance’

People assume that adjusting to climate change means giving up stuff we want. But what if it means giving up things we’re well rid of?
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‘A partner you can rely on’: Falling in love while the climate changes

He was a comedian with a cause: getting more people to care about climate change. She was a podcast producer tackling issues like identity and access to nature. For Esteban and Misha, true partnership means being able to face crisis together.

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Couples disconnected in their climate concerns can learn about global warming over 200 years or in 18 holes

Couples in romantic relationships often don't have the same beliefs or behaviors surrounding climate change. But that's an opportunity for people who are concerned about climate change and favor climate action to convince their partners to adopt these viewpoints, a new study has found.

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Climate crisis breaks open generational rifts in US families

A sense of despair and outrage among young people over global heating is being met with indifference and dismissal among some older relatives.

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Utility turned disaster into road map for climate change

As global temperatures creep higher and the risk of deadly wildfires grows, utilities in the West are struggling to respond to the threat.