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  • 25 Most Polluted Cities in the USPollution News
  • Louisiana island may soon be lost to rising watersClimate News
  • It’s official: Parts of california are too wildfire-prone to insureGrist
  • 2019 continues the trend of warming summer nightsNBC News
  • How US cities are scrambling to protect people from extreme heatGuardian
  • Climate Change is Already Amplifying the Affordable Housing CrisisClimate News
  • The U.S. City Having the Most Extreme Summer Weather Might Not Be Where You ExpectedClimate News
  • Florida's iconic palm trees threatened by invasive diseaseAssociated Press
  • Faced with floods and suicides, U.S. readies for a warmer worldReuters
  • Cyanide from a steel plant trickled into Lake Michigan for days before the public was notifiedWashington Post
  • Virgin plastic pellets are the biggest pollution disaster you’ve never heard ofQuartz
  • Anti-immigration white supremacy has deep roots in the environmental movementMother Jones
  • A Growing Number of Americans Are Alarmed about Global WarmingScientific American
  • Climate change warning: Shorter mortgage loans, higher insurance for beachfront propertyClimate News
  • The US cities more vulnerable to climate change may be the least preparedClimate News
  • The water is so hot in Alaska it's killing large numbers of salmonClimate News
  • SC keeps trying to build its way out of climate change — but it might be missing the pointThe Post and Courier
  • Watch how Great Lakes water levels are devastating MichiganMlive
  • Fox News host expresses frustration that young Americans believe in climate changeNewsweek
  • Tree in Harvard Forest live tweets climate changeHarvard
  • Climate change threatens US West river despite wet winterAssociated Press
  • The West Is Trading Water for Cash. The Water Is Running OutBloomberg
  • Climate change could trigger drastic swings in Great Lakes water levelsMlive
  • Pure as snow? Scientists say air carrying plastics to ArcticPollution News
  • Who will pay for the huge costs of holding back rising seas?Grist
  • Fracking prompts global spike in atmospheric methane, study suggestsPollution News
  • The climate change ‘tipping point’ has already arrived for these 70 U.S. countiesGrist
  • New evidence highlights growing urban water crisisClimate News
  • Here's where the U.S. is warming the fastestWashington Post
  • Floods are changing in Michigan, flood infrastructure is notClimate News
  • Great Lakes’ latest pollution threat: ‘microplastics’Pollution News
  • Military bases prepare for more extreme weatherYALE
  • States boost flood prevention as damage costs soarAssociated Press
  • If we want liveable cities in 2060 we'll have to work together to transform urban systemsClimate News
  • Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastropheGuardian
  • Chopping down and burning our forests for electricity is not a climate solutionThe Hill
  • We're Terrifyingly Unprepared to Defend Against Extreme WeatherVice
  • Cigarette butts are toxic plastic pollution. Should they be banned?National Geographic
  • Cigarette butts are toxic plastic pollution. Should they be banned?National Geographic
  • Alaska, barren of sea ice, saw its hottest July in 125 yearsGrist
  • Climate change isn’t an intangible future risk. It’s here now, and it’s killing us.Washington Post
  • The Great American Lawn: How the Dream Was ManufacturedNew York Times
  • Most U.S. beaches test positive for disease-causing bacteriaCBS News
  • Climate change will mean more multiyear snow droughts in the WestUPI
  • The Miami bridge to Key Biscayne sparks a new worry on Wall Street: rising seasMiami Herald
  • In a retreat from sea rise, Florida wants to buy hurricane-flooded homes.Miami Herald
  • In a retreat from sea rise, Florida wants to buy hurricane-flooded homes.Miami Herald
  • Air Pollution Cuts Are Saving Lives in New York StatePollution News
  • Crumbling cliffs could become more common with climate changeClimate News
  • Gutting national forest protections will revive our polluted pastUSA Today
  • Iowa farmers letting their fields go wild ... on purposeCNN
  • Rise in snakebites across US linked to climate crisis and sprawling suburbsGuardian
  • Climate Change Threatens the World's Food Supply, United Nations WarnsNew York Times
  • Change food production and stop abusing land, major climate report warnsCNN
  • Almost Half of Florida Water Bodies Have Algal Blooms — and Climate Change Is Worsening the ProblemClimate News
  • Southern California's Perfect Beaches Are Killing WildlifeBloomberg
  • How Climate Change Is Becoming A Deadly Part Of American White NationalismGizmodo
  • Alaska's waters are now completely ice-freeThe Independent
  • Deadly cliffside collapse underscores California's climate-fueled crisisGuardian
  • A quarter of world's population are living with extreme water stressCNN
  • Homelessness is already a crisis—but climate change makes it much worseFast Co.
  • Development devours U.S. natural landscape at rate of 2 football fields per minute, study findsClimate News
  • Several US states face significant stress on their water availability, data showsGuardian
  • Stinky seaweed chokes American coast due to hotter oceans and deforestationClimate News
  • Climate Change May Slow Down The Gulf Stream And Cause Even More Sea Rise In FloridaClimate News
  • Increased emissions in Texas are canceling out climate progress across the countryThe Hill
  • Private wells in rural southwest Wisconsin are 91 percent pollutedPollution News
  • 5 Steps to Fighting the Climate Crisis Even if You Feel Totally PowerlessVice
  • Researchers Reveal Top U.S. Climate, Air, and Water PollutersPollution News
  • Burn. Build. Repeat: Why our wildfire policy is so deadlyClimate News
  • Government Scientists Are Censoring ThemselvesScientific American
  • This US heartland has been flooded for five months. Does anyone care?Guardian
  • These grandparents drive 20 miles roundtrip for clean waterCNN
  • Historically wet US Northwest faces growing wildfire threatABC News
  • Here are 20 places where weather is getting worse because of climate changeUSA Today
  • Human nature reason everyone isn't fighting climate changeStatesman
  • Climate change "adaptations" will cost billions. But we need to fight climate change, not live with it.Nola
  • San Francisco airport announces ban on sales of plastic water bottlesGuardian
  • SC built 1,200 houses in flood-prone coastal areas. And sea levels keep rising.USA Today
  • Joshua trees could be in danger of extinction, new study showsSFGate
  • The Gulf Stream is slowing down. That could mean rising seas and a hotter FloridaSun Sentinel
  • It’s too hot to ignore climate change in Florida anymoreTampa Bay Times
  • Climate change is coming for your travel plans. Here’s how to cope.Washington Post
  • Americans divided over threats from climate change, Russia and IranAXIOS
  • 'Climate change means best option for some people living on crumbling coast is to move'Climate News
  • Brain-eating amoeba. Flesh-eating bacteria. Climate change will raise Florida’s risksMiami Herald
  • Brain-eating amoeba. Flesh-eating bacteria. Climate change will raise Florida’s risksMiami Herald
  • As sea levels rise, homes continue to sprout in US flood zonesReuters
  • Homes Are Being Built the Fastest in Many Flood-Prone Areas, Study FindsNew York Times
  • Alaska's summer heat has been 'basically off the charts'Boston Globe
  • Climate Change Really is Causing California’s Raging WildfiresClimate News
  • "Everything is changing": Farmers seek solutions, not slogans, on climate changeCBS News
  • 'People are dying': how the climate crisis has sparked an exodus to the USGuardian
  • Cloning giant redwoods could help combat climate changeNBC News
  • A climate reckoning in the heartlandCBS News
  • The Climate Crisis Movie Isn’t Out Yet, But We Just Saw the TrailerEsquire
  • Small Towns Fear They Are Unprepared For Future Climate-Driven FloodingClimate News
  • North Carolina man dies from brain-eating amoeba after water park visitCBS News
  • "I'm not a climate change guy, but...": Farmers reckon with new reality in the heartlandCBS News
  • Megadroughts to plague the Southwest as climate warms, study saysUSA Today
  • Megadroughts could return to southwestern U.S.National Geographic
  • Report: Many US Cities Cannot Measure Climate Emissions ProgressVOA News
  • Rate of Tampa Bay water level rise is increasingWTSP
  • Weed Killer Found In Kids At Higher Levels Than ParentsCBS News
  • Cases of Flesh-Eating Bacteria Are on the Rise as Summer Heats Up: Here's How to Stay SafePeople
  • Fecal bacteria found at more than half of US beaches last year, report saysGuardian
  • Reducing Air Pollution Could Cut Rates of Childhood AsthmaPollution News
  • Satellite photos show massive swaths of the Arctic engulfed in flames by 'unprecedented' wildfiresBusiness Insider
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