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6 Black climate change leaders you need to know: ‘We have to be active. It is literally a matter of life or death’

2021-06-23T19:15:20+00:00

6 Black climate change leaders you need to know: 'We have to be active. It is literally a matter of life or death' Catherine Clifford - Apr 22, 2021 People march during a rally against climate change, Sept. 21, 2014, in New York. Many of those with [...]

6 Black climate change leaders you need to know: ‘We have to be active. It is literally a matter of life or death’2021-06-23T19:15:20+00:00

Pope launches green initiative, decrying “predatory attitude” toward planet

2021-06-23T19:19:35+00:00

Pope launches green initiative, decrying "predatory attitude" toward planet Philip Pullella - May 25, 2021 Pope Francis leads the Pentecost Mass at St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican May 23, 2021. REUTERS/Remo Casilli/File Photo Pope Francis launched an initiative on Tuesday to make Catholic institutions ranging from [...]

Pope launches green initiative, decrying “predatory attitude” toward planet2021-06-23T19:19:35+00:00

Climate justice, for the first time ever, is on the G7 agenda

2021-06-23T19:21:22+00:00

Climate justice, for the first time ever, is on the G7 agenda If rich countries want a livable planet for themselves, they'll have to pay what they promised. This weekend's summit will show whether they will. Mark Hertsgaard - Jun 12, 2021 Group of Seven leaders pose [...]

Climate justice, for the first time ever, is on the G7 agenda2021-06-23T19:21:22+00:00

Couple’s self-designed house helps keep carbon footprint small

2021-06-23T19:24:28+00:00

Couple's self-designed house helps keep carbon footprint small Jan Wilson - May 4, 2021 Jan Wilson, Bill Coluzzi and Coco We now live in a home in Asheville, North Carolina, that we designed. It has enough insulation and an overhanging roof, so that only fans are needed [...]

Couple’s self-designed house helps keep carbon footprint small2021-06-23T19:24:28+00:00

Florida’s Manatees Are Dying at an Alarming Rate

2021-06-23T19:26:41+00:00

Florida’s Manatees Are Dying at an Alarming Rate Experts say starvation appears to be the main cause of death. Polluted waters are likely smothering the manatees’ favorite food: seagrass Alex Fox - June 14, 2021 Florida’s manatees are dying in droves. So far this year, a total [...]

Florida’s Manatees Are Dying at an Alarming Rate2021-06-23T19:26:41+00:00

Fire Destroyed 10 Percent of World’s Giant Sequoias Last Year—Can They Survive Climate Change?

2021-06-23T19:29:55+00:00

Fire Destroyed 10 Percent of World’s Giant Sequoias Last Year—Can They Survive Climate Change? A new draft report suggests between 7,500 and 10,600 of the massive trees were killed by wildfire in 2020 Alex Fox - June 11, 2021 Last year, California’s Castle fire may have killed [...]

Fire Destroyed 10 Percent of World’s Giant Sequoias Last Year—Can They Survive Climate Change?2021-06-23T19:29:55+00:00

To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global Trends

2021-06-23T19:33:00+00:00

To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global Trends Scientists have widely assumed that climate change is increasing algal blooms around the world. But a new study suggests a more nuanced relationship. Haley Dunleavy - June 16, 2021 Last month, [...]

To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global Trends2021-06-23T19:33:00+00:00

With Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes and Wildfire on the Horizon, a Trauma Expert Offers Ways to Protect Your Mental Health

2021-06-23T19:35:38+00:00

Q&A: With Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes and Wildfire on the Horizon, a Trauma Expert Offers Ways to Protect Your Mental Health Surviving repeated natural disasters can leave people depressed, anxious and at risk of post-traumatic stress. It helps to be prepared James Bruggers - June 12, 2021 Butch [...]

With Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes and Wildfire on the Horizon, a Trauma Expert Offers Ways to Protect Your Mental Health2021-06-23T19:35:38+00:00

Extreme temperatures in the West to shatter records, raise alarm for wildfire conditions

2021-06-23T19:40:57+00:00

Extreme temperatures in the West to shatter records, raise alarm for wildfire conditions Kathryn Prociv and Jeremy Lewan - June 14, 2021 Things are heating up in parts of the country, as a prolonged heat event threatens long-standing records and endangers millions of Americans' safety. About 43 million [...]

Extreme temperatures in the West to shatter records, raise alarm for wildfire conditions2021-06-23T19:40:57+00:00
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