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  • Boaty McBoatface makes major climate change discoveryNY Post
  • Rising methane may thwart efforts to avoid catastrophic climate changePhys.org
  • Flesh-Eating Bacteria In New Jersey Reveals One Possible Effect Of Climate Change, Study SaysCBS News
  • Study: Flesh-eating bacteria on the rise in Delaware Bay possible effect of climate changeFox News
  • Photo of sled dogs walking through water shows reality of Greenland’s melting ice sheetFox News
  • Indian farmers are using the sun to help water their cropsCNN
  • World War III could be sparked by rival nations' attempts to stop climate changeMetro
  • Where does your plastic go? Global investigation reveals America's dirty secretGuardian
  • Arctic sea ice loss affects the jet streamPhysics World
  • Farmers adapting for ‘weather variability’ not climate changePhysics World
  • Is it time to retire ‘climate change’ for ‘climate crisis’?Grist
  • Fish and chips could be off the menu as global warming threatens to wipe out cod and haddock stocks, study warnsDaily Mail
  • How tropical thunderstorms threaten West AntarcticaScience News
  • Melting Polar Ice Sheets Will Alter WeatherScience News
  • BP Warns Of An Unsustainable PathForbes
  • A scientist took climate change deniers to court and wrested an apology from themMother Jones
  • What would life be like in a zero-carbon country?CNN
  • Trump's order to slash number of science advisory boards blasted by critics as 'nonsensical'NBC News
  • Renewable Energy Is Now The Cheapest Option - Even Without SubsidiesForbes
  • The Beyond Meat of fish is comingSFGate
  • There is something called “forever chemicals” coursing through the US food supplyMother Jones
  • There's so much plastic in the environment that bees are making nests out of itMother Jones
  • World War 3: 'We're headed towards DOOM' as scientist warns climate change is like WW3EXPRESS
  • Scientists create a new guide for saving corals in a warming worldGrist
  • UN report sounds alarm on nature's declineUSA Today
  • Could the World be Powered Fully by Renewable Sources?Science News
  • What Happened the Last Time Antarctica Melted?Discovery
  • Light Pollution From Satellites Will Get Worse. But How Much?Discovery
  • More mercury in the fish we eat? Don’t let the EPA weaken water-quality rulesSEATTLE TIMES
  • Pollen is getting worse, and climate change is the culpritBoston Globe
  • Giant Floating Solar Farms Could Extract CO2 From Seawater, Producing Methanol FuelForbes
  • Indianapolis Plant Will Turn Landfill Gas Into Fuel For Long-Haul TrucksNPR
  • Heat Makes Ocean Winds and Waves FiercerScience News
  • 2048: How we will have solved the climate crisisMedium
  • Arctic Permafrost Is Going Through a Rapid Meltdown — 70 Years EarlyLive Science
  • Can we feed 10 billion people without all becoming vegans?Grist
  • Golf, pesticides and a father's deathSalon
  • Alaska is melting and it’s likely to accelerate global heatingGuardian
  • We need transformers that withstand 150+ degreesSan Jose Mercury
  • When roads ‘blow up’: How heat could play a role in pavement durabilityKING5
  • Indiana Teachers Struggle To Find Credible Materials On Climate ChangeNPR
  • Forest Carbon Storage Puzzles ScientistsScience News
  • Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. For Real This Time, IEA SaysBloomberg
  • As Trump Touts Ethanol, Scientists Question the Fuel's Climate ClaimsClimate News
  • Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean-on purpose. And it's our only hope.Popular Science
  • Gulf 'Dead Zone' The Size Of Massachusetts: 5 Things To KnowPatch
  • Will New York’s new sea wall protect the city from climate change?VOX
  • The new plan to remove a trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: Bury itWashington Post
  • RES have become world the most affordable new source of energyMedium
  • Global Water Supplies Are Shrinking — and New Research Explains WhyMedium
  • Plastic Pollution: A global crisis threatening to wipe out the entire ecosystemMedium
  • Soon, air pollution could be measured by nanosensors on every street cornerScience News
  • Why solar parks should replace agricultural landScience News
  • Is Climate Change Fueling Tornadoes?Climate News
  • DDT still affecting lake ecosystems 50 years after it was bannedUPI
  • How to reduce the risk of wildfire and other climate change-related disastersRegister
  • More than half of ‘meat’ won't come from animals within 20 yearsYahoo
  • Trump administration is 'hamstringing scientists'CNN
  • Tiny plastic particles have been found in the deep ocean - and animals are eating themNBC News
  • Carbon emissions rise at fastest rate since 2011, as extreme weather drives up fossil fuel useThe Independent
  • You are ingesting one teaspoon of microplastic a weekABC.(Australia)
  • Climate change solutions mean revolution for our daily livesSky News
  • Northern hemisphere’s extreme heatwave in 2018 ‘impossible’ without climate changeCarbon Brief
  • To Fight Climate Change, We Need More Powerful SupercomputersNew York Times
  • Climate Change Is the Symptom. Consumer Culture Is the Disease.New Republic
  • Planet is entering ‘new climate regime’ with ‘extraordinary’ heat waves intensified by global warming, study saysWashington Post
  • Global Emissions Rose the Most in 7 Years, BP Review ShowsBloomberg
  • Why is so much of the US under water?BBC
  • Saving Greenland could save the worldPopular Science
  • Global warming is shrinking glaciers faster than thoughtInfotel
  • University researchers behind new push for "mechanical trees" to help capture CO2ABC News
  • Earth's oceans could lose one-sixth of marine life by 2100 due to climate changeCBS News
  • Possible breakthrough reported in the prevention of Alzheimer's diseaseCBS News
  • The Global Gas Plunge Is Set to Curb Carbon EmissionsBloomberg
  • Our economic system must evolve in the face of environmental devastationScience News
  • Deep sea carbon reservoirs may superheat Earth againScience News
  • Forest twice size of UK destroyed in decade for big consumer brandsGuardian
  • Does Skipping The Plastic Straw Feel Futile Against Climate Change? Help Is On The WayForbes
  • ‘A major punch in the gut’: Midwest rains projected to create near-record dead zone in GulfWashington Post
  • Understanding the Human Side of Climate Change RelocationThe Conversation
  • Top food firms spot supply-chain risks to forests in real timeReuters
  • Earth's biota entering a sixth mass extinctionScience News
  • World's largest plant survey reveals alarming extinction rateNature
  • Should we fertilize oceans or seed clouds? No one knowsNature
  • We have the tech to suck CO2 from the air–but can it suck enough to make a difference?Fast Co.
  • Donald Trump, "Chernobyl" and the true costs of the climate crisisSalon
  • Climate change is affecting crop production globallyFox News
  • The U.S. just witnessed its 12 wettest months in 125 years, and the floods keep comingWashington Post
  • Climate change is bad for the global food supply. Print me a steak. - Bulletin of the Atomic ScientistsScience
  • Climate change may shift timing of summer thunderstormsScience
  • Choosing chicken over beef cuts our carbon footprints a surprising amountNational Geographic
  • 8 Big Ways the Climate Crisis Could Impact Your HealthKAKE
  • Green Roofs Can Help Reduce the Heat Island EffectGreen Roofs
  • Can We Arrest Global Warming By Yanking CO2 From The Atmosphere?Forbes
  • Massive 8,000-mile 'dead zone' could be one of the gulf's largestNational Geographic
  • What we eat has a big effect on climate changeHerald
  • Scientists make case for stabilizing forest carbon to help mitigate climate changePhys.org
  • The big problem of tiny plastic strawsWRAL
  • When climate change hits home: Local growers use agriculture...Pine Journal
  • Natural gas is helping combat climate change — but not enoughAXIOS
  • This vehicle powered by hydrogen fuel cells may be the future of transportationYahoo
  • Water shortages could make iceberg delivery routineQuartz
  • As lake levels rise, so do mercury levels in Wisconsin fishGazette
  • Climate change causing Lake Michigan to experience rapid shifts between high and low water levelsMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean - And The Food ChainNPR
  • More People See Climate Change In Record FloodingNPR
  • Organic Farming Has A Plastic Problem. One Solution Is ControversialNPR
  • Climate change: we can reclaim cities from the car without inconveniencing peopleThe Independent
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