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Dangerous Air: As California Burns, America Breathes Toxic Smoke

Americans across the country are breathing more wildfire smoke - and the harmful particles it carries - that they did 10...

Alison Saldanha, Farida Jhabvala Romero, Caleigh Wells and Aaron Glantz - 2021-10-04

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Boston passes new building decarbonization ordinance - Smart Cities Dive

Boston is the latest in a series of municipalities to consider regulations to help mitigate the effects of climate chang...

Scott Pruden - 2021-10-04

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Warming Trends: Cruise Ship Impacts, a Buoy Inside the Hurricane’s Eye and Anticipating Climate Tipping Points

A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the globa...

Katelyn Weisbrod - 2021-10-04

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It’s not just you: Everyone is Googling ‘climate anxiety’

Searches for the phrase have soared 565 percent over the past year.

Kate Yoder - 2021-10-04

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EPA Targets Potent Greenhouse Gases, Bringing US Into Compliance With the Kigali Amendment

The new rule mandates a phasing down of hydrofluorocarbons, but raises new pollution concerns in a community where the m...

Phil McKenna - 2021-09-27

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Boston City Council approves major emissions cuts for large buildings

Boston City Council approves major emissions cuts for large buildings. 

David Abel - 2021-09-27

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Warming Trends: Katherine Hayhoe Talks About Hope, Potty Training Cows, and Can Woolly Mammoths Really Fight Climate Change?

A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the globa...

Katlyn Weisbrod - 2021-09-27

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The Rate of Global Warming During Next 25 Years Could Be Double What it Was in the Previous 50, a Renowned Climate Scientist Warns

James Hansen, a climate scientist who shook Washington when he told Congress 33 years ago that human emissions of greenh...

Bob Berwyn - 2021-09-21

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Warming Trends: Shakespeare, Dogs and Climate Change on British TV; Less Crowded Hiking Trails; and Toilet Paper Flunks Out

A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events, and other developments from the glob...

Katelyn Weisbrod - 2021-09-21