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Vivaldi's Four Seasons, remade for a post-climate change world

The weather-inspired classical music piece has been upgraded to reflect how the climate will be in the future, with everything from violent storms to wildfires to complete silence when rising sea levels drown cities.
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Report provides a preview of the 'new Arctic'

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How Jeff Bezos is spending his first $791 million on climate action

Bezos is giving it to organizations with a proven track record—but doesn’t seem to be aiming to reshape the climate world.
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Leah Stokes on climate issues near and far

The UC Santa Barbara political science professor weighs in on buildings, bikes, SoCalGas, and communicating climate policy.

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Greta Thunberg reflects on living through multiple crises in a 'post-truth society'

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Dr. Aja Carter, who studies dinosaurs, says climate change is outpacing animals’ ability to evolve

As part of StateImpact Pennsylvania’s focus on climate change, American Association for the Advancement of Science Mass Media Fellow Donna McDermott spoke to scientists about their connection to one of the world’s critical issues.
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Scientist spotlight: Penn State’s Ellie Nasr on how wetlands can mitigate effects of climate change

As part of StateImpact Pennsylvania’s focus on climate change, American Association for the Advancement of Science Mass Media Fellow Donna McDermott spoke to scientists about their connection to one of the world’s critical issues.
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We should start giving names to extreme heat waves

Extreme heat kills more Americans each year than other disasters, but the public isn’t as wary of it. More publicity could help.
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Democratic leaders want to know why Facebook's new oversight board won't deal with climate lies

"We struggle to see the value of this Board as anything but a public relations stunt."
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Americans see climate as a concern, even amid coronavirus crisis

Researchers thought COVID-19 might displace climate change as a threat in the American mind. It hasn't, according to a new survey.

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Jerome Foster protests climate change inaction

The 17-year-old has been protesting outside the White House for more than a year, and wondering why other generations aren’t doing more to stop climate change.
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The climate changes before your eyes

The American Museum of Natural History focuses on science, not politics, in its display of an environmentally challenged planet.
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How a Trump insider embeds climate denial in scientific research

An Interior Department official has pressed scientists to include misleading climate language—including debunked claims that increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is beneficial—into their work.
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'Sea-level rise won't affect my house' – even flood maps don't sway Florida coastal residents

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Fractured: The stress of being surrounded

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Fractured: Distrustful of frackers, abandoned by regulators

"I was a total cheerleader for this industry at the beginning. Now I just want to make sure no one else makes the same mistake I did. It has ruined my life."

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A statewide network of fracking and conventional wells, pipelines, and petrochemical plants closes in on communities.

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