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Poll shows strong voter support for suing oil companies over climate impact
Amid LNG’s Gulf Coast expansion, community hopes to stand in its way
Trump vows to dismantle Biden’s electric vehicle policies
gardens biodiversity climate resilience
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Declining US greenhouse gas emissions: a Republican fairy tale
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Declining US greenhouse gas emissions: a Republican fairy tale

A prominent Republican climate strategist claims the Trump administration is reducing US greenhouse gas emissions. That’s 180 degrees wrong.
Jump-starting the fight against climate change: The courts
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Jump-starting the fight against climate change: The courts

Legal judgments can sharply motivate government agencies, business leaders, and professionals to rethink how they do business.

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Peter Gleick: Climate change and the Titanic
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Peter Gleick: Climate change and the Titanic

"Don't worry, there are no climate changes ahead. Full speed ahead." A tongue-in-cheek (?) scenario.

Faith, farmers, and climate action
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Faith, farmers, and climate action

Could America’s farmers—a demographic seen as religious and conservative—be a secret weapon in the climate fight?
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The smelly side of climate change
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The smelly side of climate change

Rising sea levels, heavier rainfalls, and declining snow cover are causing a shitload of problems for wastewater treatment.
Nuclear power plant of the future?
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Nuclear power plant of the future?

Russia’s floating power plant could help nuclear energy sink or swim.
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Global heat wave: an epic TV news fail
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Global heat wave: an epic TV news fail

This month's scorching heat wave broke records around the world. The Algerian city of Ouargla, with a population of half a million, had a temperature of 124.3 degrees Fahrenheit on July 6, the hottest reliably measured temperature on record in Africa.

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