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Wells dry up, crops imperiled, farm workers in limbo as California drought grips San Joaquin Valley

As yet another season of drought returns to California, the mood has grown increasingly grim across the vast and fertile San Joaquin Valley.
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Effort to cut world’s greenhouse emissions may be hampered by a giant accounting problem

Scientists have identified a staggering 5.5 billion ton gap between greenhouse gas emissions acknowledged each year by the world's nations a...
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Highest weather station in the Andes will help scientists search for climate answers

The newly installed station will help Chile understand a historic drought with no signs of easing.
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What can 26,000 snakes teach us about climate change?

Oregon State University's massive collection is helping researchers learn how animals adapt to changing environments.
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These graphics show how the world is racing to climate failure

The primary fuel of the climate crisis — CO2 in our atmosphere — continues to accelerate upwards, unchecked by decades of Earth Days,...
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Large-scale deforesters emboldened under Brazil’s Bolsonaro, data indicate

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has increased and the size of individual patches of cleared land has also grown, pointing to organized effo...
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EPA moves to restore California waiver for setting tailpipe emission limits

The Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that it will move to grant California permission to set stricter climate requirements for ca...
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Biden infrastructure push has Pennsylvania progressives going big on climate change

It’s a big moment for activists, who are flexing their muscles amid a rare opening for meaningful action on climate change and investments ...
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California pushes to ban fracking and oil extraction

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has unveiled a new initiative to ban new and future permits for hydraulic fracking beginning in 2024. The ban is...
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No, Biden isn’t banning red meat to combat climate change

Biden’s not taking away your meat, as Republicans claimed this weekend. But partisan conflict over eating animals is just getting started.
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Pandemic lockdowns cut pollution, slowing snowmelt in South Asia

Last year’s lockdowns reduced emissions of soot and other pollutants that accelerate melting, which could make water supplies last longer t...
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Biden lays foundation for energy overhaul

In his first 100 days in office, President Biden has proposed an unprecedented peacetime restructuring of two industries central to American life...
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