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  • We Have Five Years To Save Ourselves From Climate Change, Harvard Scientist SaysScience News
  • Tech companies are stepping back in time to fight climate crisisCNN
  • Canada and California Team Up to Advance Clean CarsClimate News
  • Canada Signals a Willingness to Challenge Trump on His Clean-Car RollbackNew York Times
  • Europe heatwave: cities take steps to limit effects of record temperaturesGuardian
  • New York City Declares A Climate EmergencyHuffington Post
  • Air quality casts pall over Michigan national parks, report saysClimate News
  • Beach pollution surges after massive wildfires and heavy rains, report findsLA Times
  • The challenge of diversifying the ski slopesMTN
  • U.S. EPA air chief under ethics scrutiny resignsReuters
  • Recent Science Raises Oil Industry's Climate Litigation RiskForbes
  • In Hot Water: Warming Waters are Stressing Fish and the Fishing IndustryClimate News
  • How Scientists Use the Color of the Ocean to Determine the Impacts of Climate ChangeScience News
  • The world is spending more propping up coal—not lessQuartz
  • Climate change will be a decisive issue in 2020Boston Globe
  • The Green New Deal Could Create Lots of Great Jobs – So Why All the Hate?Business News
  • Methane emissions from oil and gas exploration are under-reportedPhys.org
  • Climate change: bees are disorientated by flowers' changing scentsPhys.org
  • 4 Reasons Climate Change Impacts On Agriculture Matter To YouForbes
  • Another Report Links Deadly Vibrio Infections To Climate ChangeForbes
  • Wildfires fueled by climate change will mean shorter lives for many AmericansLA Times
  • As Coal Fades in the U.S., Natural Gas Becomes the Climate BattlegroundNew York Times
  • 3 Million Plastic Bags in Osaka Bay Cloud Japan's Anti-Waste PushBloomberg
  • Loss of fixed nitrogen causes net oxygen gain in a warmer future oceanNature
  • It's time to change the climate disaster script. People need hope that things can changeGuardian
  • Shell is not a green saviour. It’s a planetary death machineGuardian
  • Corona Beer Trials Interlocking Cans To Replace Plastic Six-Pack RingsForbes
  • Scientists Suggest Turning Methane Into Carbon Dioxide Could Reduce Global WarmingForbes
  • In Oregon, stark rural-urban divide fuels climate disputeAssociated Press
  • After Republican Protest, Oregon's Climate Plan DiesNPR
  • Are Laminate Floors Really Eco-Friendly?Science News
  • For first time ever, renewables surpass coal in US power mixScience News
  • Over 50 subglacial lakes discovered beneath Greenland Ice SheetNewsweek
  • First hydrogen taxi fleet deployed in The Hague - an environmental saviour?Science News
  • Europe's Scorching Heatwave Forces Germany to Impose Autobahn Speed LimitsFortune
  • Maine governor to sign sweeping renewable energy billsNPR
  • Some trees make droughts worse, study saysUPI
  • Here’s How Climate Change Is Viewed Around the WorldBloomberg
  • How geoengineering could lead to World War IIIfuturism
  • Dumping Oil Stocks Proving Hard to Explain for Crude-Rich NorwayBloomberg
  • Insects tipped to rival sushi as fashionable food of the futureGuardian
  • Stop building on floodplains, say flood-hit U.S. familiesReuters
  • Orangutans, polar bears make a splash as Europe sweltersAssociated Press
  • Better satellite images to help save rainforests, Norway saysReuters
  • Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change...Reuters
  • Millions face dire poverty from climate changeAssociated Press
  • The Coming American Civil War? - This World As We See ItMedium
  • Doctors say summer is kidney-stone season — here's whyScience News
  • Malaysia shuts nearly 500 schools in second episode of toxic fumesReuters
  • Finance is the key to keeping climate talks afloatReuters
  • Impact of climate and climate change on vector-borne diseasesScience News
  • As climate change worries mount, Democrats turn away from natural gasAXIOS
  • I went to Australia to test out Tesla’s vision of the futureThe Verge
  • Agriculture secretary on climate change: 'I think it's weather patterns'The Hill
  • Artificial Intelligence Will Play a Big Role in Fighting Climate ChangeScience News
  • Bitcoin mining energy costs raise concern, prompt little actionRoll Call
  • Companies Can Deny Climate Change But They Can't Shun The Capital MarketsForbes
  • Renewables and geopolitics: water and sun pivots to new world orderScience News
  • More states vow 100 percent clean powerHouston Chronicle
  • Clean energy requires rare metals. Should we mine the ocean floor to get them?Grist
  • Air pollution: a global problem needs local fixesNature
  • 'Climate apartheid' between rich and poor loomsBBC
  • Europe heatwave to feel like 'hell' as Sahara wind brings 40C temperatures, forecasters sayThe Independent
  • European heatwave could be the norm in a climate change affected worldSBS
  • France postpones national diploma exams over concerns pupils could collapse in 'record' heatwaveTelegraph
  • The village that’s being surrendered to the seaThe Independent
  • Jump in western wildfires means smoke’s health impact will spreadAssociated Press
  • Banning dangerous chemicals could save the US billionsGuardian
  • The Earth’s climate is paying for our addiction to plasticGuardian
  • G20 nations triple coal power subsidies despite climate crisisGuardian
  • Researchers provide new evidence on the reliability of climate modelingPhys.org
  • Tropical soil disturbance could be hidden source of CO2Phys.org
  • Which climate innovations will really limit global warming?Phys.org
  • Elevated air pollution could diminish health benefits of living in walkable communitiesScience News
  • One-Sixth of the World’s Economy Could Soon Be Covered by Carbon Neutral CommitmentsBusiness News
  • How Georgia Became A Surprising Bright Spot In The U.S. Solar IndustryNPR
  • A terrible step back on U.S. climate policyUSA Today
  • Arctic at risk from vast Belt and Road developmentNature
  • Mexico's top Caribbean beaches hit by seaweed infestationBBC
  • Return of Florida’s toxic algae season signals need for bolder solutionsOrlando Sentinel
  • Can 'Big Data' Help Fight Big Fires? Firefighters Are Betting on ItNew York Times
  • Asia's coal developers feeling left out by cold shoulder from banksBusiness News
  • A Plan to Mine the Minnesota Wilderness Hit a Dead End. Then Trump Became President.New York Times
  • ‘Our Small Towns Are Toppling Like Dominoes’: Why We Should Cut Some Farmers a CheckNew York Times
  • Over 140 world leaders to join UN climate meetingNHK
  • After Fleeing State Over Climate Change Bill, Oregon GOP Still AbsentAssociated Press
  • Oregon governor says GOP must return to negotiateAssociated Press
  • The Insanity in Oregon Is a Glimpse of Our Very Dark FutureEsquire
  • US billionaires call for new 'wealth tax' to fight climate changeDeutsche Welle
  • In Japan, heat-resistant rice varieties becoming more commonSF GATE
  • Marshall Islanders 'sitting ducks' as sea level rises: presidentScience News
  • Rising seas may swamp Everglades restoration planUPI
  • Teaching Kids About Climate Change Without Causing Anxiety Isn't Impossible, According To ExpertsScience News
  • Pensions, Nonprofits Lean Into Social InvestingBusiness News
  • Beachfront homeowner's battle a preview of climate change issues to comeWNCT
  • 'We All Owe Al Gore An Apology': More People See Climate Change In Record FloodingNPR
  • Blurred lines: Trump's UN choice and her coal magnate spouseAssociated Press
  • How floating solar farms could make fuel and help solve the climate crisisNBC News
  • Can we save the planet by rethinking the economy?Medium
  • Ozone depletion driving climate change in Southern HemispherePhys.org
  • Damage to the ozone layer and climate change forming feedback loopScience News
  • A climate science drought at USDAPolitico
  • Warmer seas threaten Northeast fishing communitiesScience News
  • The Green New Deal could change the way America builds—here’s howFast Co.
  • Climate change is reshaping wine as we know itWashington Post
  • Humans have made 8.3bn tons of plastic since 1950. This is the illustrated story of where it's goneGuardian
  • Upset about the plastic crisis? Stop trying so hardGuardian
  • The Fossil Fuel Industry Is Quietly Undermining Global Climate TalksBloomberg
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