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Toxic pollution, climate risks directly harm human health, study confirms

An international team of researchers found a strong and statistically significant relationship between the spatial distribution of global climate risk and toxic pollution.

America's relationship with scientists? It's complicated.
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America's relationship with scientists? It's complicated.

A new survey adds to mounting evidence that trust in scientists is rising overall in the United States but that there are differences between Republicans and Democrats, and between races.

How a 7th-grader’s strike against climate change exploded into a movement
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How a 7th-grader’s strike against climate change exploded into a movement

As students around the world plan for a March 15 climate strike, one leader says, “It’s my future on the line.”
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That was awkward — at world’s biggest climate conference, US promotes fossil fuels.
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That was awkward — at world’s biggest climate conference, US promotes fossil fuels.

Laughter and protests greeted the United States’ embrace of continued fossil fuel production as global temperatures continue to rise.
Brazil’s new far-right president Bolsonaro risks turning environmental champions into ‘climate rogues’, experts say
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Brazil’s new far-right president Bolsonaro risks turning environmental champions into ‘climate rogues’, experts say

Rising levels of deforestation and climate-sceptic government among major concerns at international summit.

A climate wake-up call
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A climate wake-up call

A grim U.N. report gives humans just 12 years to act on global warming.

Scientists just laid out paths to solve climate change. We aren’t on track to do any of them
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Scientists just laid out paths to solve climate change. We aren’t on track to do any of them

The planet could see a global temperature rise of over 1.5°C as early as 2030.

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