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NYC sinking: Buildings, sea levels threaten New York, study says

The pressure from New York City’s massive buildings and skyscrapers is making the city more vulnerable to sink lower into the ocean, according to new research.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: Environmentalists are delaying green energy revolution

It’s time for environmentalists to wake up to our reality, to adapt – and to build. We can no longer allow red tape to hold back our green revolution.
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What are the worst cities and states for climate change effects?

The consequences vary widely over time and space, so it’s difficult to make a definitive ranking that says “buy here, not there,” but a growing body of evidence helps highlight some general trends.

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Climate change shrinking birds in North and South America, study says

Climate change shrinking birds in North and South America, study says

Birds in both North and South America are getting smaller as the planet warms, and the smallest-bodied species are changing the fastest, a study reported Monday.

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For Earth Day, here's what the United States could look like in 2050

For Earth Day, here's what the United States could look like in 2050

Climate news can seem dire with little hope for a better world. Talk to climate scientists, engineers and researchers, however, and they see a different future – a positive one that's well within our reach.

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Global warming driving more extreme droughts, floods, NASA data shows

Twenty years of NASA's global satellite data show just how much the extent, duration and severity of extreme droughts and floods have risen alongside warming global temperatures, a new study reveals.

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Why a pipeline project in Houston is raising concerns over environmental racism

Experts say Houston and the pipeline project are microcosms of the nation’s persistent environmental racism that subjects people of color to hazards.

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