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  • Echoes of Jaws as Cape Cod learns to live with rise of the great white sharkGuardian
  • Climate change threatens commercial fishers from Maine to North CarolinaPhys.org
  • Global warming can be frightening. So this teacher focuses on solutions. » Yale Climate ConnectionsYALE
  • 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
  • Higher temperatures can lead to more violent crime, especially in poorer neighborhoodsMarketwatch
  • How To Talk About Climate Change In Rural America? Don’t Say Those Two WordsNPR
  • Thawing Alaskan permafrost threatens local communitiesGrist
  • Potentially deadly infection impacting farmworkers, worrying researchersNBC News
  • Don't eat fish from Florida lake experiencing toxic algae bloom, biologist cautionsUSA Today
  • A scientist took climate change deniers to court and wrested an apology from themMother Jones
  • The Right to a Stable Climate Is the Constitutional Question of the Twenty-first CenturyNew Yorker
  • World War 3: 'We're headed towards DOOM' as scientist warns climate change is like WW3EXPRESS
  • 'Time is running out': Pope Francis urges business leaders to tackle climate emergencyScience News
  • Is Sea Rise Wrecking Coastal Home Values? The Answer: MaybeNBC News
  • UN report sounds alarm on nature's declineUSA Today
  • Farm woes deepen in central United StatesCatholic News Service
  • Climate Change Is All Most of Us Have Ever KnownBloomberg
  • Sinking Louisiana: Modeling For ChangeNPR
  • 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
  • This Los Angeles couple is on a mission to save the environment, starting with their own backyardLA Times
  • There’s a giant dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico — thanks in large part to pollution from ChicagoChicago Tribune
  • Indiana Teachers Struggle To Find Credible Materials On Climate ChangeNPR
  • Los Angeles Leads United States In Air Pollution DeathsMedium
  • Forest Service plan would make it easier to log national forestsCNN
  • 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
  • Move Over, Solar Panels! Home Wind Turbines Are the Latest Green Energy Source for HomeownersSFGate
  • Don’t recycle plastic — stop using it insteadLA Times
  • Major Military Bases Unprepared for Climate Change, U.S. Watchdog FindsBloomberg
  • DDT still affecting lake ecosystems 50 years after it was bannedUPI
  • Pebble Beach aims to keep harmful golf balls out of oceanReuters
  • Pentagon Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than PortugalVOA News
  • How to reduce the risk of wildfire and other climate change-related disastersRegister
  • The Defense Department is worried about climate changeHouston Chronicle
  • Climate change-related allergies could put more kids in ERYALE
  • As Polar Ice Cap Recedes, The U.S. Navy Looks NorthNPR
  • Smart Cities Invest More Money And Tech To Combat Climate ChangeNewsy
  • Carbon emissions rise at fastest rate since 2011, as extreme weather drives up fossil fuel useThe Independent
  • The clock is running on human civilization. It’s time to take climate change seriously.Metro
  • You are ingesting one teaspoon of microplastic a weekABC.(Australia)
  • Climate change solutions mean revolution for our daily livesSky News
  • Climate Change To Cause More Flooding In The Great Lakes RegionNPR
  • Military bases unprepared for gathering climate change storm Roll Call
  • Here’s where most plastics pollution starts, and what to do about itHouston Chronicle
  • Rising US heat spurs urban rats' numbersCNN
  • How your summer vacation may give you an up-close view of the climate crisisWashington Post
  • 120 degrees in the shade?! Record-breaking, 'dangerous' heat wave bakes western U.S.USA Today
  • Why is so much of the US under water?BBC
  • ‘A major punch in the gut’: Midwest rains projected to create near-record dead zone in GulfWashington Post
  • Ruthless Heat Threatens California With Fires as Power SurgesBloomberg
  • EPA chief will focus on ocean trash, not climate change, at global summitSF GATE
  • The U.S. just witnessed its 12 wettest months in 125 years, and the floods keep comingWashington Post
  • 8 Big Ways the Climate Crisis Could Impact Your HealthKAKE
  • Green Roofs Can Help Reduce the Heat Island EffectGreen Roofs
  • Massive 8,000-mile 'dead zone' could be one of the gulf's largestNational Geographic
  • The big problem of tiny plastic strawsWRAL
  • Conservatives should change how they think about global warmingGuardian
  • When climate change hits home: Local growers use agriculture...Pine Journal
  • Iowa Poll: Abortion, climate change, guns top listCNN
  • Fewer Americans have flood insurance today than 10 years agoAXIOS
  • 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
  • More People See Climate Change In Record FloodingNPR
  • Climate change: we can reclaim cities from the car without inconveniencing peopleThe Independent
  • Facts Matter: Americans don't breathe world's 'cleanest air'Herald
  • The Climate Crisis Is Here. It’s Time We Started Acting Like ItBloomberg
  • AG sues Trump Administration over reversal of Wash. water quality protectionsKXLY
  • Even as Floods Worsen With Climate Change, Fewer People Insure Against DisasterNew York Times
  • Climate change alters what's possible in restoring Florida's EvergladesChicago Tribune
  • Pompeo downplays climate change, suggests 'people move to different places'CNN
  • Fifth-grader has an idea to help the environment: Dispense with disposable traysHerald
  • Improved Air Quality Leads to Fewer Kids Developing AsthmaENN
  • US schools accused of censoring climate crisis message in graduation speechesGuardian
  • In Flood-Hit Midwest, Mayors See Climate Change as a Subject Best AvoidedNew York Times
  • NASA’s Temperature Estimate of Earth Heating Up is on TargetAgFax
  • Methane Levels Are Rising, and Scientists Don't Know WhyDISCOVER
  • Diaper Change, Climate Change: Reflections on Parenting in an Era of Global WarmingThe Independent
  • How many more will die in US heatwaves as world warms?ARS Technica
  • NYC and Philly rank among the worst metro areas for air pollutionMetro
  • The military is being pulled deeper into the climate change debateMilitary Times
  • In Florida, Nervous Republicans Eye Sea LevelNBC News
  • Los Angeles ranked highest in U.S. for deaths linked to air pollutionNewsweek
  • As more developing countries reject plastic waste exports, wealthy nations seek solutions at homeCT Post
  • Military and intelligence officials warn of climate risk as Trump dismisses itMilitary Times
  • Rising sea levels could swamp major cities and displace almost 200 million people, scientists sayNBC News
  • Midwest flooding is drowning corn and soy crops. Is climate change to blame?National Geographic
  • Midwest flooding is drowning corn and soy crops. Is climate change to blame?National Geographic
  • BirthStrike: The people refusing to have kids, because of climate changeCNN
  • Climate change could pose ‘existential threat’ to humanity by 2050ABC News
  • Injured hiker spins wildly during helicopter rescueCNN
  • US universities brace for decline in Chinese students after Beijing warningSouth China
  • Jeff Bezos lands $80 million dollar 'deal' on three New York City condosCNN
  • More Than Half Of College Grads Struggling To Make Payments On Student LoanStudy Finds
  • Inside Apple's Earthquake-Ready HeadquartersNew York Times
  • Buildings Can Be Designed to Withstand Earthquakes. Why Doesn't the U.S. Build More of Them?New York Times
  • China warns citizens against travel to the USCNBC
  • Chicago's most violent weekend of 2019: 52 shootings, 10 deadUPI
  • Trump's Next Trade War Target: Chinese Students at Elite SchoolsBloomberg
  • China warns students, academics of risks of studying in U.S.Reuters
  • Shocking pictures from LA capture the problem it faces with trashDaily Mail
  • US demands social media info from visa applicantsBBC
  • Fox News stands by Laura Ingraham after she defends white supremacist, other extremists on her prime time showCNN
  • The Wettest and Wildest Planting Season Farmers Can RememberBloomberg
  • Disgruntled city employee kills 11 in Virginia Beach mass shooting at municipal centerCNN
  • Scripps National Spelling Bee ends in 8-way championship tieNY Post
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