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World on brink of surpassing critical climate threshold, UN warns

World on brink of surpassing critical climate threshold, UN warns

The United Nations cautions that imminent climate targets may be breached, with global temperatures predicted to exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius, urging immediate action to mitigate severe future impacts.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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Scientists predict severe climate impacts as global warming targets are missed. How do they face the future?

Scientists predict severe climate impacts as global warming targets are missed. How do they face the future?

Amid growing global temperatures, scientists fear devastating future impacts, but emphasize that the fight against climate change cannot be abandoned.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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Renowned soil ecologist Diana Wall passes away, leaving a lasting impact at CSU

Renowned soil ecologist Diana Wall passes away, leaving a lasting impact at CSU

Renowned environmental scientist Diana Wall, known for her pivotal contributions to soil ecology and sustainability, died on March 25, leaving behind a profound legacy at Colorado State University.

Nik Olsen writes for Colorado State University.

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Election rematch could shape US science policy for years

Election rematch could shape US science policy for years

The upcoming election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden could drastically alter the future of environmental, public health, and international scientific collaboration policies.

Jeff Tollefson, Natasha Gilbert, Max Kozlov, and Mariana Lenharo report for Nature.

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Academics' climate impact studies influenced by meat and dairy funding

Academics' climate impact studies influenced by meat and dairy funding

A new report highlights the influence of the meat and dairy industries on academic research regarding livestock's climate impact.

Anna Phillips reports for The Washington Post.

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Duke University's decision to close major plant collection sparks outrage

Duke University has announced the closure of its herbarium, a significant blow to biodiversity research.

Carl Zimmer reports for The New York Times.

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Hannah Ritchie's optimistic view on environmental sustainability

Hannah Ritchie's optimistic view on environmental sustainability

Data scientist Hannah Ritchie offers a hopeful perspective on environmental sustainability, suggesting that the worst of planetary damage might be nearing its peak.

India Bourke reports for the BBC

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