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Impacts

Mote Marine scientists observe lab-grown coral spawning in the wild

Days after scientists with Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium showed that lab-grown coral was gravid, they document its spawning in the wild.
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Solutions

Bill McKibben: The world has reached decision time on the climate crisis

In 2020, biology, history, and physics are making the choice between transformation or disintegration clearer than ever.
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Good News

Arctic mine signs giant copper contract with a green touch

Nussir aims at becoming the world's first fully electrified underground mine, with zero emission of CO2.

Causes

Hunger strike ends, but old growth battle just beginning, say protesters

Lack of response from government led Nanaimo duo to give up fast after two weeks.
Causes

Joe Sacco shows what’s been taken from the North — and what remains

In ‘Paying the Land,’ the renowned artist and journalist brings the words of the Dene people to an international audience.
Causes

Paper maze and lack of transparency cloak investment in companies involved in Amazon deforestation

While individual investors have no idea where their money is applied, large finance firms camouflage participation in companies that foment tree-cutting in the Amazon.
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Solutions

We can’t fight climate change without China

The Democratic Party’s 2020 platform echoes President Trump’s hawkishness on China. That’s a mistake.
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Prepare for a November surprise

Don't believe the polls; it'll be a race, by hook or by crook.

The President’s green comedy routine

A token, triumphal green moment for a president and party who just might need such a thing in an election year.

A Northeast US climate initiative has had a major side benefit—healthier children

Researchers estimate a climate effort in the Northeast U.S. helped the region reduce toxic air pollution and avoid hundreds of asthma and autism cases, preterm births, and low birth weights.

A global I-told-you-so

Forty years ago, Jimmy Carter's Global 2000 report sounded dire warnings about our environment.

Scientists probe ancient history of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet and find unsettling news about sea level rise

The eastern Antarctic Wilkes Basin ice sheet seems to have receded during a warming event about 400,000 years ago—such a loss could add an additional 13 feet to sea level rise in the future

Research meets art: Exploring possible climate futures at Burning Man

There will be no Burning Man 2020. But researchers are already looking ahead to next year's event with an eye toward climate education.

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