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Brett Buzzanga: Let’s not declare war on climate change

We can choose to live with it or fight against it, but it would serve us well to remember what Rachel Carson told us 60 years ago: "We are a part of nature, and our war against nature is inevitably a war against ourselves.”
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Canadian scientist examines melting Antarctic glacier, potential sea level rise

The Arctic sea ice has suffered devastating loss and has shrunk to its second lowest on record. Melting sea ice is just one of many signs of a warming climate in the North. Emanuela Campanella explains how climate change is rapidly transforming the Arctic Circle.

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Greenland could lose more ice this century than it has in 12,000 years
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Greenland could lose more ice this century than it has in 12,000 years

The rate of ice melt over the last two decades was comparable to the highest points in recent geologic history—and it’s still speeding up.
How Hurricane Laura hastened Louisiana’s rapidly disappearing wetlands
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How Hurricane Laura hastened Louisiana’s rapidly disappearing wetlands

Strong storms temporarily change an ecosystem, and over time, they could help permanently alter it.
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Greta Thunberg wasn't the first to demand climate action. Meet more young activists
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Greta Thunberg wasn't the first to demand climate action. Meet more young activists

In what they see as a battle for their future, youths are taking action and demanding their elders do more to protect the planet.
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A huge iceberg just broke off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier

A huge iceberg just broke off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier

Huge blocks of ice regularly shear away from Antarctica’s ice shelves, but the losses are speeding up.
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Newly spotted lakes on Greenland ice sheet are speeding up its demise

Newly spotted lakes on Greenland ice sheet are speeding up its demise

Satellite sleuthing reveals that Greenland summers now are warm enough to create 27 percent more lakes than 20 years ago, and at higher elevations.
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