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Natural gas drilling can fracture political alliances on both sides of the aisle

Matt Ferriolo and three other Democrats campaigned for seats on the Franklin Park borough council and went three-for-four. The galvanizing issue:...
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How Los Angeles plans to get people out of cars by 2028

The city has a new road map to drastically cut emissions by 2028. The key: finding alternatives to private cars.
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To address climate change, Charlotte is buying out homeowners and demolishing flood-prone houses

Charlotte has been demolishing flood-prone houses for years. But the floods are getting bigger.
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Where flooding is most affecting property values

A small coastal Mississippi town is seeing dramatic property value losses from flooding. But the houses in highest demand are still right on the ...
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How to go green on Black Friday

All I want for Christmas is … carbon offsets?
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Marine researchers find a dramatic ecosystem shift in Russian Arctic waters

Species that previously were non-existent in Russia's remote and icy Arctic waters are now found in big numbers.
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Yes, electric vehicles really are better than fossil fuel burners

Hans-Werner Sinn's opinion piece on whether electric cars are as climate friendly as they seem generated a good deal of controversy. William...
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World’s emissions gap is growing, with no sign of peaking soon, UN warns

'We need to catch up on the years in which we procrastinated,' said UNEP's Inger Andersen. 'If we do not do this, the 1.5°...
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Shocking photos of Swiss glaciers reveal how ice has nearly disappeared since 1800s

Shocking photos reveal the extent to which Swiss glaciers have vanished due to global warming.
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US grid reliability threatened by warming rivers

An inevitable rise in river temperatures from global warming will force increasing numbers of coal, nuclear and natural gas generation plants to ...
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How climate change exacerbates gender inequality across the globe

Among the lesser studied effects of climate change are the social and economic impacts on women.
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Canada's perplexing pipeline plans go unexplained

The federal government says the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will bring another $500 million a year in corporate tax revenue to be spent on ...
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Pollution from planned fossil fuel production would overshoot Paris climate goals

To protect the climate, most coal, oil, and natural gas must be left in the ground, a recent study reported.
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