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  • Radiation levels at Marshall Islands test sites 10 times greater than ChernobylUPI
  • Lake discovered 11,000ft high in the Alps, in 'truly alarming' sign of climate changeThe Independent
  • 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
  • Phoenix Tries To Reverse Its 'Silent Storm' Of Heat DeathsNPR
  • Florida's Corals Are Dying Off, But It's Not All Due To Climate Change, Study SaysNPR
  • New research suggests climate change negatively impacts children's educationFox News
  • Two million in Zimbabwe's capital have no water as city turns off tapsClimate News
  • Oil tanker investments at risk from climate action, report saysClimate News
  • ESG Is Having a Record Year, Despite Its HatersClimate News
  • As flood risks increase across the US, it's time to recognize the limits of leveesClimate News
  • Scientists Warn Climate Change Will Increase Dangerous Heat DaysClimate News
  • More 100+ degree days likely in coming years, new study findsSan Jose Mercury
  • Climate change could mean as many as 44 days with temperatures above 90 in HartfordClimate News
  • Scorching heatwaves projected to get more intense and more frequent in Dallas, study saysDallas Morning News
  • Report: Number of high heat days could rise rapidly in Las VegasLas Vegas Sun
  • It's Going To Feel Like 100 Degrees In Florida A Lot More Often, Study FindsClimate News
  • Fossil Fuels Are Far Less Efficient Than Previously ThoughtBloomberg
  • Moving away from fossil fuels will be costly and slow … but essential, UBS saysClimate News
  • To cut carbon footprint, SF moves to eliminate vehicle emissions by 2040San Francisco Chronicle
  • Small hydropower plants let people buy energy generated close to homeOmaha.com
  • The first generation of electric airplanes is almost hereGrist
  • June was the warmest June ever recorded, but there's a bigger problemMashable
  • Southerners Want Action on Climate Change. Their Politicians Are Ignoring Them.Vice
  • California’s Wildfires Are 500 Percent Larger Due to Climate ChangeAtlantic
  • Indonesian plastic waste threatens fish stocksPollution News
  • High and dry: Alpine resorts grapple with climate changeReuters
  • As weather warms, toxic algae blooms pose threat to kids and petsClimate News
  • Glaciers' Global Melt May Leave Alps BareClimate News
  • Climate Change to Make Hot Droughts Hotter in the US Southern PlainsClimate News
  • Extreme heat is changing sports, from the Olympics to local racesClimate News
  • US airlines and climate change, environment concern mounts - slowlyClimate News
  • As floods keep coming, cities pay residents to moveClimate News
  • China's Air Pollution Is So Bad, the Sun's Rays Can't Reach Solar Panels, Study SaysWeather.com
  • Climate change is worsening wildfires, new study highlightsClimate News
  • Worsening world hunger affects 821 million, aggravated by climate change and war, U.N. reportsClimate News
  • Extending The Lives Of Nuclear Energy Plants Will Help To Combat Climate Change ThreatForbes
  • Heat-Related Deaths Have Significant Socioeconomic and Racial DisparitiesNPR
  • Most Big Companies Fail to Report Role in Deforestation, Charity SaysNew York Times
  • Tucker Carlson goes full-on climate denier, hypes debunked document that blames global warming on cloudsClimate News
  • Continued record-breaking weather is not a hoaxClimate News
  • Renewable Energy Provides Growing Source Of Skilled JobsForbes
  • Warming climate intensifies summer drought in parts of U.S., study findsPhys.org
  • Absurdly fast shipping has a hidden environmental costKETV
  • Climate Change Is Everywhere. Just Not on TVVice
  • In his climate change quest, Bill Gates tries resetting after nuclear energy setbackAXIOS
  • Trump's environmental record is smoke and mirrors. But mostly smokeClimate News
  • China says its greenhouse gas emissions soar over 50 percent from 2005 to 2014CNBC
  • Warming Waters: How Does Climate Change Affect the Gulf of Maine Ecosystem and People?Climate News
  • Climate change litigation ‘a growing threat to profitability’Climate News
  • Private investors protect vast forests in U.S. coal countryReuters
  • Cancun Has a Nasty Seaweed Problem and Tourists Are Staying AwayBloomberg
  • Unilever's plan to stop massive plastic pollution from destroying the oceansCNBC
  • The Sticky Problem Of Plastic WrapNational Geographic
  • Why ocean acidification could make some geoengineering schemes irrelevantClimate News
  • Climate Change: A Financial Risk for BanksWall Street Journal
  • Demand for meat alternatives drives fundingClimate News
  • Our old, crumbling roads are costing us both money and livesWashington Post
  • Explore the Viability of Capturing Carbon Dioxide for Climate Change MitigationClimate News
  • Floating islands, rain gardens and more help protect local water qualityClimate News
  • Battery Boom Aids Climate Change BattleClimate News
  • The effects of global warming on rural–urban migrationsClimate News
  • If politics doesn't shape your beliefs about the climate crisis, what does?Mother Jones
  • Fusion Energy Startups See Renewables Leaving a Gap in Power MarketBloomberg
  • America is building another big wall. This one will protect New YorkCNN
  • ‘Feedback loops’ of methane, CO2 echo environmental problem beyond WashingtonClimate News
  • It's Lindsey Graham vs. Donald Trump on climate crisisCNN
  • Heating up: Hotter Earth drives dollars to sustainable fundsAssociated Press
  • Arkansas River flooding: This is what climate change looks likeClimate News
  • People in Coal Country Worry About the Climate, TooNew York Times
  • Battle for clean air is sending our gardens to new heightsGuardian
  • Researchers find microplastics in sea saltPollution News
  • The Climate Crisis Has Made Breathing Smoke Normal in Pacific NorthwestClimate News
  • Has Your Doctor Talked To You About Climate Change?NPR
  • How growing eucalyptus in Scotland could help solve climate change as animal farmers turn to treesTelegraph
  • Ancient life awakens amid thawing ice caps and permafrostWashington Post
  • "NASA" warns of the disappearance of the most dangerous glaciers in the worldClimate News
  • Researchers Found A Way To Provide Sustainable Power For 7000 Household Using Plastic Waste - Break.comClimate News
  • Trump and his aides celebrated an environmental legacy that is not theirs to claimAssociated Press
  • A Better Green New Deal: City-to-City TravelMedium
  • Antarctica's ice is degrading faster than we thought, and there may be no way to stop the consequencesCNN
  • EPA scientist confronts administrator over climate crisis at award ceremonyCNN
  • To Survive in a Wetter World, Raise Ducks, Not ChickensAtlantic
  • Plastic water bottles are hardly 'disposable'Cape Cod Times
  • Tropical Storm Barry could make a bad algae bloom worseQuartz
  • This year's wild, wet spring is feeding massive blobs of toxic algaeMother Jones
  • Your city probably won’t feel like itself in 30 yearsGrist
  • Binge-watching and porn are draining the planet’s batteryGrist
  • Major cities in India are starting to run out of waterThe Week
  • Indian water train arrives to relieve dry ChennaiCNN
  • California Gov. Criticizes Increase in Fracking PermitsNBC News
  • See how climate change could bring disaster to some popular coastal national parksClimate News
  • Once it was steel, now jobs being offered in solarClimate News
  • Billions of air pollution particles found in hearts of city dwellersGuardian
  • E.P.A. Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution PermitsNew York Times
  • Researchers develop environmentally friendly alternative to StyrofoamNBC News
  • Consider climate change when planning retirementClimate News
  • Why Social Impact is a C-Suite IssueBusiness News
  • ESG funds hitting their stride with record-level inflowsBusiness News
  • To Invest or Not to Invest? Betting on Climate ChangeBusiness News
  • Trump ally Lindsey Graham says president should 'admit climate change is real'USA Today
  • EPA expands use of pesticide that can be toxic to beesCNN
  • As tundras warm, microbes could make climate change worseClimate News
  • For climate-hit farmers, a one-size-fits-all strategy won't workReuters
  • How heat waves increase your craving for sodasClimate News
  • 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
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