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Sea level is rising at fastest rate in 2,000 years, and the quickest in N.J., Rutgers study says

Climate change is melting glaciers and raising ocean levels.
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Belgian citizens sue government over climate targets

Belgian citizens are taking authorities to court to demand tougher climate action. The case is part of a global trend that has seen activists acc...
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Enbridge Line 5 pipeline dispute, explained

Scientists, conservationists and Indigenous people have been calling for the 65-year-old pipeline to be retired for years, saying it's in di...
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Thanks to climate change, Pittsburgh is among the worst regions for allergy sufferers, study says

The Pittsburgh area is the 5th most challenging metropolitan region in the U.S. for allergy sufferers.
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Cutting your carbon footprint matters a lot — if you’re rich

A new book pushes back against the narrative that individual actions make little difference to the climate.
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Grandmothers and Indigenous groups join to block a pipeline

Nancy Feinstein and Carol Rothman first started organizing older women in 2016—a demographic they see as an under-utilized resource.
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Why is Chuck Schumer protecting the rich from flood insurance hikes?

In order to adapt to the age of climate change, insurance rates need to increase.
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The Supreme Court’s ruling on carbon pricing is a political windfall for the Liberals

The Canadian Supreme Court has spoken. Climate change - and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions - is a matter of national concern.
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Renewables plus batteries offer Australia the same energy security as coal, research finds

Renewable energy and batteries can secure Australia's electricity grid as effectively as coal and gas, new research suggests.
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Sacramento leans into sea level rise

Big money and more intense planning to adapt to sea level rise may be on the way.
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Fitness: As the climate changes, so will exercise habits

Excessive heat, air pollution and volatile weather patterns have been linked to a decline in physical activity.
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