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New Research from Antarctica Affirms The Threat of the ‘Doomsday Glacier,’ But Funding to Keep Studying it Is Running Out

When he saw the 75-mile wide ice front of the remote Thwaites Glacier looming out of the Amundsen Sea for…

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Plastic Bag Ban Made Pollution Worse So Enviros Double Down With New Law

California’s environmental-friendly lawmakers were quite proud of themselves when, in 2014, they passed a first-in-the-nation ban on stores from handing out…

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How A Human-Caused Data Error Created An Increasing Trend In Normalized Hurricane Costs

A “normalization” of past disaster losses seeks to estimate what amount of damage extreme events of the past would cause…

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What’s behind this winter’s U.S. snow drought? » Yale Climate Connections

It’s not that the United States has been entirely bereft of snow during what’s likely to end up as the…

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Sans Evidence, Outlet Claims Climate Change Will Leave 200M Africans Hungry By 2050

An article published in BNN Breaking News by author Aqsa Younas Rana, titled “Climate Change to Plunge 200 Million Africans…

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‘Regulation Through Litigation’: Under Biden’s Lawfaring Eco-Politics, ‘Sue And Settle’ Is Back

When the Biden administration announced in 2022 that it would remove some four million acres of federal land in Western…

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EV Purchases Stall In Germany; Trends Show Sales Falling Far Short Of 2030 Target

Currently, sales of electric vehicles (EVs) in Germany have stalled and the country is not even close to being on…

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All this climate data is wild » Yale Climate Connections

An elephant seal dives deeper than 1,000 meters below Antarctic waters with a tiny tag affixed to its fur, helping…

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Railroad Commission Approves Toxic Waste Ponds Next to Baptist Camp

Texas regulators recently authorized a company to operate ponds to store and recycle millions of gallons of oilfield wastewater laced…

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Chemours and DuPont Knew About Risks But Kept Making Toxic PFAS Chemicals, UN Human Rights Advisors Conclude

In advance of a United Nations meeting next week where pollution is on the agenda, a U.N. human rights team…

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