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  • Phoenix Tries To Reverse Its 'Silent Storm' Of Heat DeathsNPR
  • New research suggests climate change negatively impacts children's educationFox News
  • As flood risks increase across the US, it's time to recognize the limits of leveesClimate News
  • To cut carbon footprint, SF moves to eliminate vehicle emissions by 2040San Francisco Chronicle
  • Southerners Want Action on Climate Change. Their Politicians Are Ignoring Them.Vice
  • 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
  • California’s Wildfires Are 500 Percent Larger Due to Climate ChangeAtlantic
  • As weather warms, toxic algae blooms pose threat to kids and petsClimate News
  • As floods keep coming, cities pay residents to moveClimate News
  • Warming Waters: How Does Climate Change Affect the Gulf of Maine Ecosystem and People?Climate News
  • Warming climate intensifies summer drought in parts of U.S., study findsPhys.org
  • Private investors protect vast forests in U.S. coal countryReuters
  • Our old, crumbling roads are costing us both money and livesWashington Post
  • If politics doesn't shape your beliefs about the climate crisis, what does?Mother Jones
  • America is building another big wall. This one will protect New YorkCNN
  • Arkansas River flooding: This is what climate change looks likeClimate News
  • ‘Feedback loops’ of methane, CO2 echo environmental problem beyond WashingtonClimate News
  • The Climate Crisis Has Made Breathing Smoke Normal in Pacific NorthwestClimate News
  • People in Coal Country Worry About the Climate, TooNew York Times
  • See how climate change could bring disaster to some popular coastal national parksClimate News
  • Tropical Storm Barry could make a bad algae bloom worseQuartz
  • Your city probably won’t feel like itself in 30 yearsGrist
  • Consider climate change when planning retirementClimate News
  • 'Powerful' Tropical Storm Barry revives memories of Katrina in New OrleansPBS
  • The climate crisis is making storms like Barry worseCNN
  • Could rich people be the answer to the climate crisis?CNN
  • Our Public Lands Must be Part of the Climate Change SolutionClimate News
  • Our 2-Billion-Ton Trash Problem Just Got More AlarmingBloomberg
  • More tornadoes are touching down east of the Mississippi River. If the Midwest is the dartboard, ‘the bull’s-eye is Chicago.’Chicago Tribune
  • California’s coast is disappearing, and the debate over what to do about it is in full swingLA Times
  • Paradise, California and the impossible choice between climate fight and flightMIT Tech Review
  • In an Era of Extreme Weather, Concerns Grow Over Dam SafetyYALE
  • New York’s Invisible Climate MigrantsNew Republic
  • By 2050, many U.S. cities will have weather like they’ve never seenNational Geographic
  • Alaska Chokes on Wildfires as Heat Waves Dry Out the ArcticClimate News
  • Air quality plummets as wildfire smoke hits Alaska's most populous...Reuters
  • Hazy skies in N.J. and NYC? Blame it on the wildfires in Canada.NJ
  • Plan your garden now to deal with drought, excess waterClimate News
  • New York Faces a ‘Floodier Future,’ Spurred by Rising SeasBloomberg
  • We knew about climate change in 1989. It’s time to do somethingLA Times
  • Elites are passionate hypocrites about protecting the environmentWashington Times
  • Global warming could mean fewer fish for sport fishing, more die-offs across USUSA Today
  • Washington Floods Expose a Double Threat: Old Drains and Climate ChangeNew York Times
  • It's 90 degrees - in AlaskaReuters
  • Fleeing Central America: how climate change drives migration to the U.S.NBC News
  • Tomorrow’s children cannot afford Trump’s ignorance on climate changeClimate News
  • Global warming could make microbes living in Alaskan tundra release more greenhouse gases, scientists warnNewsweek
  • Climate change could intensify DC floodsQuartz
  • Air pollution implicated in up to 4,000 Minnesota deaths a yearClimate News
  • Your View on EPA easing pollution rules: 'Imagine the horror of the air turning against you’Climate News
  • More New Yorkers Embrace Solar PowerNew York Times
  • Melted Alaska sea ice alarms coast residents, scientistsClimate News
  • The military is interested in deploying renewable energy in combat zonesYALE
  • All of Mississippi's beaches have been closed for swimming due to toxic algaeCBS News
  • Florida, the Sunshine State, Is Slow to Adopt Rooftop Solar PowerNew York Times
  • The US teachers trying to teach climate change despite TrumpThe Independent
  • How USDA Climate Change Denial Threatens the SouthClimate News
  • Chesapeake Bay's rebound threatened by climate changeABC News
  • Southern California Earthquake Rattles a State Wary of the ‘Big One’New York Times
  • A ‘Climate Emergency’ Was Declared in New York City. Will That Change Anything?New York Times
  • What will be left when we're gone? Bones, plastic, radioactive waste, and lots of garbage.Mother Jones
  • As Floods Keep Coming, Cities Pay Residents to MoveNew York Times
  • Our Planet Is Dying In Plastic And What Have We Done To Save It?Climate News
  • Wildlife encounters likely to increase due to climate change and developmentUSA Today
  • Mosquitoes are out in force across St. Louis, but some species pose bigger risks than othersSt. Louis Dispatch
  • Southern California air pollution spikes amid the haze of July 4th fireworksLA Times
  • ‘It caught our attention’: Air pollution spikes in DC after fireworksWTOP
  • Nashville: Firework smoke lingers after 4th of JulyClimate News
  • Climate-forced migration is not just third-world problemClimate News
  • Study finds link between fracking, high home radon levelsClimate News
  • The U.S. is way worse at recycling than other developed countriesGrist
  • We’re on track to blow our carbon budget. Are we doomed?Green Roofs
  • Why this year's student valedictorians focused their speeches on climate changeUSA Today
  • Alaska is bakingMother Jones
  • How About We All Start Monitoring Air Pollution?Climate News
  • The Climate Issue Hiding in All Our Homes - TissueClimate News
  • Boy in Maryland contracts flesh-eating bacteria, which may be spreadinCOX
  • How the climate crisis could change fire season in Alaska and strain nationwide resourcesWashington Post
  • Harvard says fighting climate change is a top priority. But it still won’t divest from fossil fuels.Washington Post
  • Baked Alaska: record heat fuels wildfires and sends tourists to the beachGrub Street
  • 6 Sustainable Home Improvements That Will Add Value to Your HomeClimate News
  • Rural anxieties derailed Oregon’s climate plansClimate News
  • Smog is making a comeback in Southern California. That's beyond unacceptableLA Times
  • Smoke from US wildfires boosting health risk for millionsKOMO News
  • Summer Getaways We’re Losing to Climate ChangeClimate News
  • It's so hot that mussels are cooking in their shells and highways are bucklingCNN
  • 'People are in danger': the prisoners feeling the effects of US climate crisisGuardian
  • Pay attention to climate changeLas Vegas Sun
  • Experts warn of worsening fire conditions in HawaiiHawaii Tribune
  • Earth Talk: What are American businesses doing to help US meet Paris climate accord commitments?Associated Press
  • Coastal residents in Alaska alarmed by melting ice in ‘baking’ temperaturesClimate News
  • 'Let's double down.' Climate change could put these colleges underwater. Why they're staying putUSA Today
  • The war on Southern California smog is slipping. Fixing it is a $14-billion problemLA Times
  • Yellow jacket 'super nests' the size of a small car could be coming to AlabamaUSA Today
  • Toxic coal waste found to be a 'ticking time bomb'Guardian
  • The US military is a bigger polluter than more than 100 countries combinedQuartz
  • Hot conditions across United States put people, animals at riskUPI
  • Climate change is shrinking the Colorado RiverClimate News
  • Heatwave cooks mussels in their shells on California shoreGuardian
  • Trump dismisses need for climate change action: 'We have the cleanest water we've ever had, we have the cleanest air'The Independent
  • Scientists: Alaska's warming ocean puts food, jobs at riskCNN
  • Trump Plan for Southwestern Colorado Pushes Fossil Fuel Expansion, Undermines State’s Climate LawClimate News
  • Adapting to Climate Change in AlaskaScientific American
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