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  • For growth and well-being, climate crisis overshadows all elseClimate News
  • Wildfires rage in the AmazonCNN
  • Bolsonaro to send army to fight huge fires in the AmazonAssociated Press
  • German farmers are 'feeling' climate changeDeutsche Welle
  • Wildfires and Floods Push Russia to Revise Its Stance on Climate ChangeWall Street Journal
  • Amazon fires spark global concern but Bolsonaro remains defiantClimate News
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says army may help fight Amazon fires as global condemnation mountsReuters
  • We'd Better Retreat from the Coasts While We Still Can, Scientists Urge Amid Climate CrisisClimate News
  • Climate change evacuation planning needs to start now, urges scientistsABC.(Australia)
  • Climate change, oxygen and biodiversity: Amazon rainforest fires leave plenty at stakeNBC News
  • Climate change turns Arctic into strategic, economic hotspotAssociated Press
  • Record 72,000 forest fires detected in Brazil this yearClimate News
  • Amazon Rainforest is burning, a situation of crisis and emergency in Sao PauloClimate News
  • The Amazon Rainforest Is Burning — and Experts Say the Fires Could Accelerate Global WarmingClimate News
  • Could Greenland Be The New Alaska?Climate News
  • Brazil's Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rateCNN
  • Climate change will cripple economies regardless of countries' wealthReuters
  • Climate change may change the way ocean waves impact 50 percent of the world's coastlinesClimate News
  • The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from spaceUSA Today
  • 'Absolutely ludicrous’: Canadian election officials tell green groups that ads urging rescue of planet earth could be illegalClimate News
  • Microplastics discovered in 'extreme' concentrations in the North AtlanticCNN
  • At the bottom of a glacier in Greenland, climate scientists find troubling signsCNN
  • Eco-lecturers Meghan Markle and Prince Harry board their private jet with baby Archie for fourth gas-guzzling flight in just 11 daysDaily Mail
  • Cleaning up the plastic in the oceanCBS News
  • Why climate change is so hard to tackle: The global problemClimate News
  • Climate change to shrink economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike unless Paris Agreement holdsPhys.org
  • The North Atlantic ocean current, which warms northern Europe, may be slowingClimate News
  • A Capital City in the Jungle? It’s Not a Crazy IdeaBloomberg
  • Global Urban Water Scarcity Endures as a ‘Daily Reality’Climate News
  • Deforestation, climate crisis could crash Amazon tree diversity: studyClimate News
  • Where did all the cod go? Fishing crisis in the North SeaGuardian
  • Scientists bid farewell to the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change. If more melt, it can be disastrousCNN
  • Gran Canaria wildfires see hotels evacuated as thousands fleeThe Independent
  • Iceland’s Prime Minister: ‘The Ice Is Leaving’New York Times
  • Sinking city: Indonesia's capital on brink of disasterAFP
  • Feeding the next 10 billion without increasing greenhouse gas emissions: the technology investment opportunityClimate News
  • If we really want to fight climate change we need a national food strategyThe Independent
  • Massive Arctic wildfires emitted more CO2 in June than Sweden does in an entire yearCNBC
  • A thawing Arctic is heating up a new Cold WarNational Geographic
  • ‘Final proof that he has gone mad’: Denmark mocks Trump’s reported desire to buy GreenlandRaw Story
  • Trump Wants To Buy GreenlandHuffington Post
  • NASA scientists flew over Greenland to track melting ice. They took some sobering photosUSA Today
  • A Weather Station Above The Arctic Circle Hit 35 Degrees Celsius (95F)Gizmodo
  • Melting icebergs could play significant role in slowing down warmingClimate News
  • Pacific islands want more action on climate crisis, Australia says noCNN
  • July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth in 140 yearsABC News
  • Fracking may be doing more climate damage than we thoughtVOX
  • NASA scientists track Greenland's melting ice, and the findings are not goodMarketwatch
  • How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for DecadesNew York Times
  • Australia removes climate 'crisis' from Pacific islands draft declarationGuardian
  • How do countries cover climate change? Depends how rich they are.Grist
  • The U.S. left a hole in leadership on climate. China is filling it.Politico
  • Pure as snow? Scientists say air carrying plastics to ArcticPollution News
  • Huge wildfires in the Arctic and far North send a planetary warningClimate News
  • Europe's rogue heatwave melts GreenlandClimate News
  • Rivers of Dust: The Future of Water and the Middle EastClimate News
  • Fracking prompts global spike in atmospheric methane, study suggestsPollution News
  • More than half of world’s forest wildlife lost in 40 yearsThe Independent
  • New evidence highlights growing urban water crisisClimate News
  • Global Warming Is Worsening China's Pollution Problems, Studies ShowClimate News
  • South America’s Glaciers May Have a Bigger Problem Than Climate ChangeBloomberg
  • Antarctic icebergs reduce effects of global warming in Southern HemisphereUPI
  • World's forest animal population sinks drasticallyDeutsche Welle
  • Paris Is Building the World's Largest Organic Rooftop FarmClimate News
  • Arctic permafrost is thawing fast. That affects us all.National Geographic
  • Arctic permafrost is thawing fast. That affects us all.National Geographic
  • It's raining multicoloured plastic in the Rocky Mountains, scientists findThe Independent
  • Climate Change: Torrential rains in Swiss Alps wreaks havocClimate News
  • Rare lightning strikes 300 miles from North Pole amid hot summer in the ArcticUSA Today
  • Why Lightning Strikes in an Arctic Gone BizarroWired
  • The Planet's Real Overpopulation Problem: Too Many Rich PeopleVice
  • 'Ecological grief': Greenland residents traumatised by climate emergencyGuardian
  • Australia coal use is 'existential threat' to Pacific islands, says Fiji PMGuardian
  • Trump’s war on climate science, Brexit and Hong Kong’s housing disaster are what happens when governments disregard evidenceSouth China
  • Groundwater reserves resilient to climate changeClimate News
  • ‘Greta effect’ leads to boom in children’s environmental booksGuardian
  • Unprecedented water crisis puts Middle East at riskClimate News
  • Smoke among our warnings of climate change’s effectsClimate News
  • 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
  • Making One Billion People Resilient To Climate Change By 2030Forbes
  • Climate of fir: German forests struggle with heatAssociated Press
  • 'Regular Beach Closures Likely Due To Climate Change'Climate News
  • In the future, only the rich will be able to escape the unbearable heat from climate change.The Independent
  • Hitting clean air targets 'could stop 67,000 child asthma cases a year'Guardian
  • Russia’s Burning! Climate Change Is to BlameBloomberg
  • India plants 220 million trees in a single dayCBS News
  • This Land Is the Only Land There IsAtlantic
  • How climate’s impact on land threatens civilization – and how to fix itGuardian
  • Climate Change Threatens the World's Food Supply, United Nations WarnsNew York Times
  • Change food production and stop abusing land, major climate report warnsCNN
  • Climate Change Could Lead to Food Shortages, UN Report SaysBloomberg
  • Deforestation makes world hotter, hungrierClimate News
  • Air pollution ‘causes 29 percent of child asthma cases’ in UKPollution News
  • Turbulence is getting worse and climate change is to blameClimate News
  • Toxic mercury in fish rising with climate change and overfishingReuters
  • The Bizarre Weather Science Behind Greenland's Record MeltingVice
  • A quarter of world's population are living with extreme water stressCNN
  • Climate change worsening food-insecurityCNBC
  • Quarter of world at risk of ‘Day Zero’ where water runs out altogether, experts warnClimate News
  • 'Fight for our lives': Fiji calls world leaders 'selfish' as it lays out climate crisis blueprintGuardian
  • Development devours U.S. natural landscape at rate of 2 football fields per minute, study findsClimate News
  • Loss of Arctic’s Reflective Sea Ice Will Advance Global Warming by 25 YearsClimate News
  • Climate change: how the jet stream is changing your weatherFINANCIAL TIMES
  • Fires, floods (and even bugs) are challenging Russia's stance on the climate crisisCNN
  • Stinky seaweed chokes American coast due to hotter oceans and deforestationClimate News
  • Europeans Are More Worried About Climate Change Than the EconomyBloomberg
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