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Marine species increasingly can’t live at equator due to global heating
Study suggests it is already too warm in tropics for some species to survive.
The urgency of the Black climate change agenda
For a long time, the face of the climate movement was white. But with growing public awareness of climate change came the recognition that its im...
Biden administration asks court to toss kids' climate lawsuit
The Biden administration called on a U.S. district court to reject a second attempt by a group of children to sue the U.S. government over climat...
North Carolina ghost forests grow due to sea level rise
Dead. Pale. Devoid of limbs. No, not the stars of horror stories, but families of trees sprawled across America's East Coast that are being ...
Can a pipeline firm defy a governor's orders? Gretchen Whitmer is about to find out
The ongoing battle between Enbridge Energy and the state of Michigan.
Six ways to stay balanced during the climate crisis
Mining resilience and honing it so that we can call on it when faced with an overwhelming issue requires practice and intention for most of us.
Czech researchers develop revolutionary nuclear heating plant
A team of scientists has come up with a radical solution to heat cities using spent nuclear rods, which they say is cost-effective and greener th...
More lightning in the Arctic is bad news for the planet
Lightning strikes in the far north could double by 2100. That means more wildfires, which could release massive amounts of planet-warming gas.
New report pokes holes in sustainability of British Columbia’s wood pellet industry
New research shows that large volumes of trees have been logged specifically for the province's wood pellet industry since 2010.
Exclusive: EPA reverses Trump stance in push to tackle environmental racism
Michael Regan, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, launches crackdown on pollution that disproportionately affects people of color.
Polar bears forced to forage eggs as warming shrinks hunting grounds
Hungry polar bears are increasingly foraging on seabird eggs as climate change shrinks their Arctic hunting grounds, but research published Wedne...
PayPal pledges to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040
By 2023, the payment giant vows to use renewable energy sources to power its data centers and pledged that by 2025 that they will reduce operatio...
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