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  • How Vaping Nicotine Can Affect A Teenage BrainNPR
  • Green rooftops surge in popularity, offer environmental benefitsAXIOS
  • 3 Share Nobel Prize In Chemistry For Development Of Lithium-Ion BatteriesNPR
  • Nobel prizes in physics awarded for helping understand universe structure and Earth’s place in the cosmosMarketwatch
  • 3 get Nobel Medicine prize for learning how cells use oxygenAssociated Press
  • Stanford scientists invent gel that could protect trees from wildfireUPI
  • Elon Musk Unveils SpaceX's New Starship Plans for Private Trips to the Moon, Mars and BeyondSpace
  • Climate change could trigger droughts in wheat-growing regionsUPI
  • UN Report Warns Climate Change Is AcceleratingBloomberg
  • Huge, mysterious 'bubbles' discovered at the heart of the Milky WayNBC News
  • Water detected on planet in 'habitable zone' -- a firstUPI
  • Asteroid as powerful as 10 billion WWII atomic bombs may have wiped out the dinosaursCNN
  • The Massive Cost of Not Adapting to Climate ChangeBloomberg
  • We’re Running Out of Helium, and Two Geologists Might Have a FixBloomberg
  • Amgen’s Gene-Targeting Drug Shrank 54 Percent of Lung Tumors in StudyBloomberg
  • US beekeepers file suit against Trump EPA charging ‘illegal’ approval of insecticide linked to mass die-offRaw Story
  • Indian spacecraft apparently crashes in historic moon landing attemptCBS News
  • China found a mysterious 'gel-like' substance on the moon's uncharted far sideBusiness Insider
  • Trees Are Key To Fighting Urban Heat — But Cities Keep Losing ThemNPR
  • Climate change makes storms like Dorian more dangerousCNN
  • This weird 'whiplash' planet is unlike anything astronomers have ever seenNBC News
  • Protect or develop? Amazon fires signal growing pressureAssociated Press
  • Amazon fires show world heading for point of no return, says UNGuardian
  • E.P.A. to Roll Back Regulations on Methane, a Potent Greenhouse GasNew York Times
  • Nestle plan to take 1.1m gallons of water a day from natural springs sparks outcryGuardian
  • Bill Nye: Not sustainable to lie about climate crisisClimate News
  • 'Eco-anxiety' over climate change causing stress, panic in millions, experts sayUPI
  • More Companies Are Taking On The Challenge Of Capturing Carbon DioxideClimate News
  • AP Explains: Role of the Amazon in global climate changeAssociated Press
  • Climate change increasing risk of contracting flesh-eating bacteria, doctors sayClimate News
  • The all-electric home: Tackling air pollution by cutting off natural gasClimate News
  • How to cool your home without warming the planetQuartz
  • Turning Europe into a giant wind farm could power the entire worldClimate News
  • Peru's ancient water systems can help protect communities from shortages caused by climate changePhys.org
  • Backstory: Covering clouds and climate changeReuters
  • New coal plants are a "blind spot" in the climate change debate, energy chief saysAXIOS
  • Acid oceans are shrinking plankton, fuelling faster climate changeClimate News
  • Trump says windmill power isn't working. His Energy secretary disagreesLA Times
  • The toxic waste threat that climate change is making worsePolitico
  • Salt marshes' capacity to sink carbon may be threatened by nitrogen pollutionClimate News
  • The Amazon rainforest is on fire. Climate scientists fear a tipping point is nearLA Times
  • Tropical fish spotted thousands of miles away in northern Canada as climate crisis escalatesThe Independent
  • Global Warming Will Reduce The Efficiency of Solar CellsClimate News
  • How Guilty Should You Feel About Your Vacation?New York Times
  • Extinction bites: countries agree to protect sharks and raysClimate News
  • Converging crises: artificial intelligence and climate changeClimate News
  • Prehistoric plants reproduce in UK for first time in 60 million years because of climate changeThe Independent
  • Climate Change Is Driving An Increase In A Deadly Flesh-Eating Bacteria And Spreading It To New AreasBuzzfeed
  • Climate change: Should you fly, drive or take the train?BBC
  • Why Alaska fires are a glimpse of our climate futureGuardian
  • '100-year' floods will happen every 1 to 30 years, according to new flood mapsClimate News
  • Geoengineering: 'Plan B' for the planetClimate News
  • Desalination Alternatives: High Tech Solutions to the Freshwater CrisisClimate News
  • We'd Better Retreat from the Coasts While We Still Can, Scientists Urge Amid Climate CrisisClimate News
  • The Urban Heat Island Effect Will Only Make Heat Waves WorseClimate News
  • Washing laundry may be an underappreciated source of microplastic pollutionClimate News
  • Is Bottled Water Healthier Than Your Average Tap Water?NBC News
  • The Real Reason They Behave Hypocritically On Climate Change Is Because They Want ToForbes
  • Traffic-Related Air Pollution Causes Asthma for Millions of ChildrenClimate News
  • Global heating: ancient plants set to reproduce in UK after 60m yearsGuardian
  • Ocean Warming Is Impacting Fisheries Around The WorldClimate News
  • Ocean Warming Is Impacting Fisheries Around The WorldClimate News
  • As Oceans Warm, Tropical Corals Seek Refuge in Cooler WatersClimate News
  • Air pollution can kill, even when it meets air quality guidelines, study findsCNN
  • The Amazon Rainforest Is Burning — and Experts Say the Fires Could Accelerate Global WarmingClimate News
  • The climate crisis could make it more dangerous to play sports outdoorsCNN
  • Climate Change Is Going to Make It Too Hot to Even SleepClimate News
  • Cooling goo sidewalks and other strange new weapons in the war on urban heatGuardian
  • Are we heating the Earth from within?Climate News
  • Climate change can start at the supermarketClimate News
  • Longer, healthier lives will spark a new generational conflictMIT Tech Review
  • The End of Cool Summer EveningsAtlantic
  • How much ice is Greenland losing this summer? Enough to flood PennsylvaniaNBC News
  • Air pollution linked to mental disorders including depressionNewsweek
  • Air Pollution From Cars Linked to Degenerative Eye DiseaseGizmodo
  • Climate Change + Lyme Disease: Why Rates Are Rising with TempsClimate News
  • Climate change may change the way ocean waves impact 50 percent of the world's coastlinesClimate News
  • Water pollution an 'invisible threat' to global goals, economists warnReuters
  • Scientists extract hydrogen gas from oil and bitumen, giving potential pollution-free energyPhys.org
  • Death, blackouts, melting asphalt: ways the climate crisis will change how we liveGuardian
  • How We Can Feed the World Without Destroying the PlanetClimate News
  • Why plastics can be garbage for the climateYALE
  • It's Time to Get Serious about Tick-Borne DiseasesClimate News
  • Hurricanes may spin a more aggressive population of spiders, new study showsMiami Herald
  • The Thick Gray Line: Forest Elephants Defend Against Climate ChangeNew York Times
  • At the bottom of a glacier in Greenland, climate scientists find troubling signsCNN
  • This is what climate change looks likeCNN
  • How to Avoid Vehicle Pollution When You're Stuck in TrafficTime
  • How much longer will trees suck up CO2?Climate News
  • Scientists Have Been Underestimating the Pace of Climate ChangeScientific American
  • Summer heatwaves and heavy rain more persistent in a warmer world – Physics WorldClimate News
  • Fossil fuel drilling could be contributing to climate change by heating Earth from withinClimate News
  • Cleaning up the plastic in the oceanCBS News
  • 'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?Guardian
  • Why climate change is so hard to tackle: The global problemClimate News
  • From Fringe to Core: The ‘Green’ Economy Grows UpFortune
  • The North Atlantic ocean current, which warms northern Europe, may be slowingClimate News
  • How climate change threatens public healthClimate News
  • Two-Degree Increase Enough To End Arctic Sea IceClimate News
  • Climate Collapse: is AI the Antidote?Forbes
  • Mobile forests could help cities cope with climate changeClimate News
  • Study finds invasive insects are a big contributor to climate changeClimate News
  • Here's the climate's role in toxic blue-green algae and algae bloomsClimate News
  • Where did all the cod go? Fishing crisis in the North SeaGuardian
  • Farmers feel the heat of latest global warming fearsClimate News
  • NASA Is Investigating the Impact of Arctic Wildfires on Earth. Here's WhySpace
  • Feeding the next 10 billion without increasing greenhouse gas emissions: the technology investment opportunityClimate News
  • If we really want to fight climate change we need a national food strategyThe Independent
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