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  • True cost of cheap food is health and climate crisis, says commissionGuardian
  • July on course to be hottest month ever, say climate scientistsGuardian
  • Eco-anxiety: 'Our very existence is under threat, and that's a scary thought'The Independent
  • Florida's Corals Are Dying Off, But It's Not All Due To Climate Change, Study SaysNPR
  • Fossil Fuels Are Far Less Efficient Than Previously ThoughtBloomberg
  • June was the warmest June ever recorded, but there's a bigger problemMashable
  • Climate Change to Make Hot Droughts Hotter in the US Southern PlainsClimate News
  • Climate change is worsening wildfires, new study highlightsClimate News
  • Extending The Lives Of Nuclear Energy Plants Will Help To Combat Climate Change ThreatForbes
  • Heat-Related Deaths Have Significant Socioeconomic and Racial DisparitiesNPR
  • Continued record-breaking weather is not a hoaxClimate News
  • The Sticky Problem Of Plastic WrapNational Geographic
  • Why ocean acidification could make some geoengineering schemes irrelevantClimate News
  • Demand for meat alternatives drives fundingClimate News
  • The effects of global warming on rural–urban migrationsClimate News
  • Explore the Viability of Capturing Carbon Dioxide for Climate Change MitigationClimate News
  • Floating islands, rain gardens and more help protect local water qualityClimate News
  • Fusion Energy Startups See Renewables Leaving a Gap in Power MarketBloomberg
  • ‘Feedback loops’ of methane, CO2 echo environmental problem beyond WashingtonClimate News
  • Battle for clean air is sending our gardens to new heightsGuardian
  • How growing eucalyptus in Scotland could help solve climate change as animal farmers turn to treesTelegraph
  • Researchers Found A Way To Provide Sustainable Power For 7000 Household Using Plastic Waste - Break.comClimate News
  • Plastic water bottles are hardly 'disposable'Cape Cod Times
  • To Survive in a Wetter World, Raise Ducks, Not ChickensAtlantic
  • This year's wild, wet spring is feeding massive blobs of toxic algaeMother Jones
  • Researchers develop environmentally friendly alternative to StyrofoamNBC News
  • EPA expands use of pesticide that can be toxic to beesCNN
  • The climate crisis is making storms like Barry worseCNN
  • Storm Barry's threat to New Orleans heightened by climate change:...Reuters
  • Scientists Are Genetically Engineering Plants to Fight Climate Changemotherboard
  • We’re far from a sustainable world — here’s why that’s a big problemSEATTLE TIMES
  • How heat waves increase your craving for sodasClimate News
  • As tundras warm, microbes could make climate change worseClimate News
  • City dwellers can have an outsized impact on curbing global warmingPhys.org
  • Climate change may thin high-altitude clouds and trigger more warmingNew Scientist
  • Climate Change Fills Hurricanes With More Rain, Analysis ShowsNew York Times
  • Climate change is turning all turtles born at a major breeding ground into femalesThe Independent
  • Streaming online pornography produces as much CO2 as BelgiumClimate News
  • Consecutive heatwaves kill two-thirds of coral in central Indian OceanClimate News
  • This year's wild, wet spring is feeding massive blobs of toxic algaeMother Jones
  • Climate change is threatening freshwater fish populations.The Sacramento Bee
  • 'No harm, no fowl': Seattle start-up brings plant-based chicken nuggets to cafeteriasKIRO
  • Could Maggots Be God's Miracle to Save Us From Global Warming?Climate News
  • Here comes lab-grown dairy: milk proteins made without animalsLA Times
  • The anthropology of climate change and glacier retreatPhys.org
  • How your diet contributes to nutrient pollution and dead zones in lakes and baysPollution News
  • 'Climate Despair' Is Making People Give Up on LifeVice
  • Critics worry Trump turning blind eye to honeybee declineThe Hill
  • What Lies Beneath: Climate Change and its Effect on Our Coastal EcosystemNBC News
  • As Ocean Temperatures Rise, Corals Are Steadily Moving PolewardYALE
  • EDF Is Preparing Its Nuclear Reactors for Climate ChangeBloomberg
  • A Drier Future Sets the Stage for More WildfiresNASA
  • It’s fine if you litter this container, because it just turns into a plantFast Co.
  • Antarctic ice instability could yield rapid melting, dramatic sea level riseUnwired
  • Cancer, climate, plastics: why ‘earthshots’ are harder than moonshotsNature
  • Study Warns Carbon-Saturated Oceans Headed Toward Tipping Point That Could Unleash Mass Extinction EventScience News
  • US Officials Are Actively Censoring Press Statements on Climate ChangeScience News
  • Thawing permafrost ‘is revealing organisms frozen for hundreds of years’Yahoo
  • Plastic Has A Big Carbon Footprint - But That Isn't The Whole StoryNPR
  • Investors getting comfortable with next gen solar techClimate News
  • New study links exposure to air pollution with lung aging and increased risk of chronic lung disease riskAFP
  • Climate change is affecting crop yields and reducing global food suppliesClimate News
  • Glacial melting in Antarctica may become irreversibleGuardian
  • Five things to know about blue-green algae. (Yeah, it’s bad. And it’s getting worse.)Tampa Bay Times
  • What climate change means for globe-traveling Saharan dustClimate News
  • Wastewater treatment plants turn waste into energyYALE
  • David Attenborough on climate change: 'We cannot be radical enough'New Scientist
  • Want to do something about global warming? Talk about it with your family and friendsLA Times
  • Global warming could make microbes living in Alaskan tundra release more greenhouse gases, scientists warnNewsweek
  • Climate change could intensify DC floodsQuartz
  • ‘Global Catastrophes’: Nuclear Power is More Liability Than Asset in Climate Change FightSputnik
  • Climate change and deforestation together push tropical species towards extinctionPhys.org
  • Climate Concern Fuels the Rise of 'Eco-anxiety'Medscape
  • Weatherwatch: heatwaves test limits of nuclear powerGuardian
  • Indoor carbon dioxide levels could be a health hazard, scientists warnGuardian
  • A Renowned Home, Prone to Flooding, Tests the Ingenuity of EngineersNew York Times
  • Study suggests air pollution could shorten a child's life by up to seven monthsITV
  • Your View on EPA easing pollution rules: 'Imagine the horror of the air turning against you’Climate News
  • Ancient life awakens amid thawing ice caps and permafrostWashington Post
  • From climate change to honeybees, here's why bumblebees are dying outClimate News
  • How climate change is making hurricanes more dangerousYALE
  • Would you eat a burger made out of CO2 captured from the air?Fast Co.
  • As the World Heats Up, the Climate for News Is Changing, TooNew York Times
  • Scientists are mapping out how to restore tropical rainforests around the worldQuartz
  • How Solar Panels Work (And Why They're Taking Over the World)Popular Mechanics
  • Mussel die-off an alarming sign of warming world’s threat to marine lifeClimate News
  • Southern California Earthquake Rattles a State Wary of the ‘Big One’New York Times
  • Restoring Forests Could Help Put a Brake on Global Warming, Study FindsNew York Times
  • The role of climate change in armed conflictClimate News
  • World's largest seaweed bloom spotted from spaceUPI
  • Planting more trees could suck up a huge share of carbon emissionsMIT Tech Review
  • Mosquitoes are out in force across St. Louis, but some species pose bigger risks than othersSt. Louis Dispatch
  • Sharp rise in deaths by lightning strikesClimate News
  • Heatwave Shows Germany Needs More Action on Climate, Merkel SaysBloomberg
  • This polar explorer is skiing the Arctic to show just how much ice is really goneNational Geographic
  • These Mind-Blowing Inventions Will Allow the Earth To Support 10 Billion PeopleYahoo
  • Nashville: Firework smoke lingers after 4th of JulyClimate News
  • The health impacts of climate change and why calls for action are growing louderABC News
  • "Devastating" Photo Shows Mother Bird Feeding Her Chick a Cigarette ButtClimate News
  • Climate Change Begets Changing "Terroir," And Winegrowers RespondForbes
  • Algae blooms. Iguanas headed north. That’s climate change.Tampa Bay Times
  • We’ve all heard of a green new deal. But this is what it will actually look likeThe Independent
  • Study finds link between fracking, high home radon levelsClimate News
  • June hottest month on record, as Antarctica melts: Top 3 signs we are cooking the planet — and ourselvesRaw Story
  • Climate mistake reveals Earth warmed more than we thought last centuryNew Scientist
  • Melting ice may be a boon for some Arctic whales—then a bustNational Geographic
  • Can methane burps be bred out of cows?National Geographic
  • Stop building a space ship to Mars and just plant some damn treesMother Jones
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