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World has three years to save humanity from climate change, warn ... - The Independent

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House lawmakers back amendment requiring Pentagon climate change report - The Hill

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House lawmakers back amendment requiring Pentagon climate change report
The Hill
The House Armed Services Committee's annual defense policy bill will include a provision requiring a Defense Department report on the effects of climate change on military installations. The amendment — brought up by Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.) in the ...
Pentagon, Trump are at odds on climate change — and Democrats are taking advantageCharlotte Observer
House panel wants to know how climate change impacts the militaryReuters
House Republicans OK Measure Asking Military to Study Climate ChangeInsideClimate News
Washington Examiner -Bismarck Tribune
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Californians pay to fight climate change – and court says they'll keep paying - Sacramento Bee

Sacramento Bee

Californians pay to fight climate change – and court says they'll keep paying
Sacramento Bee
Californians pay more for gasoline and other goods to finance the state's war on climate change. The state Supreme Court decided Wednesday they'll continue paying for at least three more years. The court declined to hear a lawsuit challenging the state ...

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A Sense of Duty to Teach Climate Change - New York Times

New York Times

A Sense of Duty to Teach Climate Change
New York Times
Climate change, of course, is a politically fraught topic in the United States, where Republican politicians and representatives of the fossil fuel industry have sought to cast doubt on the established science of human-caused global warming. Even most ...


Climate change is an energy problem, so let's talk honestly about nuclear - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)

Climate change is an energy problem, so let's talk honestly about nuclear
The Guardian (blog)
Of all the hazards facing humankind, climate change is the single greatest threat we have ever faced. In a few short decades, we have altered the climate more than we ever thought possible and now, in the midst of the greatest heatwave recorded in ...

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Climate change drives expansion of Antarctic ice-free habitat - Nature.com

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Climate change drives expansion of Antarctic ice-free habitat
Nature.com
Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity occurs almost exclusively in ice-free areas that cover less than 1% of the continent. Climate change will alter the extent and configuration of ice-free areas, yet the distribution and severity of these effects remain ...
Antarctica: Decline in biodiversity expected as climate change leads to growing ice-free areasABC Online
Climate change impacts Antarctic biodiversity habitatScience Daily

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Indigenous knowledge key to climate change - NEWS.com.au

Indigenous knowledge key to climate change
NEWS.com.au
Traditional skills and knowledge should be seen as a complement, not a barrier, to scientific knowledge and climate adaptation efforts, experts said at a conference on how communities adapt to climate change, held this week in the Ugandan capital Kampala.

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Better market information can help combat climate change - Financial Times

Financial Times

Better market information can help combat climate change
Financial Times
Markets do more than help nations prosper. They can help solve our most pressing problems. Case in point: climate change. Financial markets have the potential to improve our prospects for tackling climate change, but only if we make climate risks and ...

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A million bottles a minute: world's plastic binge 'as dangerous as climate change' - The Guardian

The Guardian

A million bottles a minute: world's plastic binge 'as dangerous as climate change'
The Guardian
A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute and the number will jump another 20% by 2021, creating an environmental crisis some campaigners predict will be as serious as climate change. New figures obtained by the Guardian reveal ...


Climate change, our biggest threat, can't be stopped at the border - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Climate change, our biggest threat, can't be stopped at the border
Los Angeles Times
At Squaw Valley near Lake Tahoe last weekend, skiers were half naked. Guys were going shirtless. Girls were in bikini tops. Everybody was in shorts. Ski season in California has not ended and may not completely stop before the snow starts falling again ...


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