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Long Island seeing more sharks; experts say it’s a good sign

More sharks are being spotted in the waters off Long Island, a trend that is likely to continue — and experts say that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Climate change is making Skaneateles Lake warmer. That’s bad news
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Climate change is making Skaneateles Lake warmer. That’s bad news

Toxic algae thrive in warmer waters.

Saskatchewan does not deny climate change, says government lawyer at court challenge

Saskatchewan is against the federal government’s plan to enforce a carbon tax on the province and argues it is unconstitutional because it’s not applied evenly in all jurisdictions.
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Peter Dykstra: Two enduring signs of hope
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Peter Dykstra: Two enduring signs of hope

Can the world come together to arrest climate change and turn back other environmental threats? Two successful treaties can show the way.

It was 1957. I was born. Elizabeth had been queen for four years. Elvis had been king for one, give or take.

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Natural climate solutions could cancel out a fifth of US emissions, study finds
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Natural climate solutions could cancel out a fifth of US emissions, study finds

Low-tech, time-tested forest, farm and land management techniques are effective, cheap and carry benefits well beyond tackling climate change.
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What Brett Kavanaugh on Supreme Court could mean for climate regulations
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What Brett Kavanaugh on Supreme Court could mean for climate regulations

Trump’s second Supreme Court justice has a history of opposing regulations Congress didn’t explicitly authorize. That could be a problem for greenhouse gas policies.
Critics slam Canada’s response to Volkswagen emissions scandal, three years after it was discovered

Critics slam Canada’s response to Volkswagen emissions scandal, three years after it was discovered

The company has been fined billions of dollars in the U.S. and Germany for the emissions-cheating scandal that affected millions of cars sold worldwide.
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