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Brazil's Amazon fires worsen in September, threaten virgin forests

Fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest worsened in the first week of September and are increasingly spreading into areas of untouched forest, satellite data showed as of Wednesday, after the number of fires likely reached a 10-year high in August.
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Amazon animal rescue brings hope from blazes great and small

Xita, a tiny monkey with sad brown eyes, clutches her newborn tight. Both are fighting for their lives.
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Winter sea ice in Bering Sea reached lowest levels in millennia: Study

The Bering Sea ice cover during the winters of 2018 and 2019 hit new lows not seen in thousands of years, scientists say, adding to concerns about the accelerating impact of climate change in the Arctic.

Why California's wildfire year could be the worst in decades
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Why California's wildfire year could be the worst in decades

California may experience its worst year for wildfires in decades, climate experts say, pointing out that it has already battled two of the three largest blazes in its recorded history during an intense heatwave this month - even before the peak season begins.
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Indonesia gets U.N. funds to fight climate change, deforestation

Indonesia has received an injection of cash from the United Nation's Green Climate Fund to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle forest fires at a time when the country has had to scale back spending in the area due to coronavirus budget pressures.
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Alaska’s salmon are shrinking, and climate change may be to blame

Alaska’s highly prized salmon - a favorite of seafood lovers the world over - are getting smaller, and climate change is a suspected culprit, a new study reported, documenting a trend that may pose a risk to a valuable fishery, indigenous people and wildlife.
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Temperatures at Norway's Arctic archipelago hit record high

Temperatures at Norway's Svalbard archipelago, about midway between the mainland and the North Pole, hit a record high of 21.7 degrees Celsius last week, Norway's Meteorological Institute said.

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