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Environmental groups say they see parallels between the disruptions caused by COVID-19 and the potential for more climate-induced large-scale disruptions

With 24 Pennsylvania counties set to take the first, tentative steps out of lockdown on Friday, environmental groups say they see parallels between the disruptions caused by COVID-19 and the potential for more climate-induced large-scale disruptions.

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Emaciated grizzly bears in Canada spark greater concerns over depleted salmon population

With hibernation fast approaching, a grizzly bear family is spotted searching for fish near the shores of Canada's Knight Inlet. They're emaciated, and wildlife observers worry might not make it through winter. The heartbreaking images highlight another victim of the climate crisis and the depleted salmon population.
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Fossil fuels on trial: New York's lawsuit against Exxon begins

After four years of legal sparring and finger-pointing, oil-industry giant Exxon Mobil went to court on Tuesday to face charges that the company lied to shareholders and to the public about the costs and consequences of climate change.

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Gaming out a climate plan at Santa Fe Community College

In a simulation, 28 participants negotiated actions to reverse climate change and prevent global catastrophes.
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Barclays on wrong side of history with climate policy, says Greenpeace

Environmental activists have accused Barclays of being on the "wrong side of history" after publishing an "underwhelming" climate policy document that fails to rule out funding for tar sands projects.

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10 ways to accelerate progress against climate change

From pricing carbon to shifting diets, here’s what we need to prioritize now.
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Climate change refugees share stories of escape in 2018

From California to North Carolina to the U.S.-Mexico border, climate change refugees struggle to survive in an attention economy that has forgotten them.
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It's 'going to end with me': The fate of Gulf fisheries in a warming world

As global warming changes the Texas coast and cheap food imports flood the country, the people who make their living off oysters and shrimp are disappearing.
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New chair of Climate Crisis Committee owns shares in fossil fuel fund

Rep. Kathy Castor has a good environmental record, but she and her husband are profiting from gas, oil, and coal-powered utilities.
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10 worst climate-driven disasters of 2018 cost $85 billion

UK charity Christian Aid just published its 2018 report Counting The Cost: A Year of Climate Breakdown in which they analyze the economic impact of climate change-driven weather events over the past year.
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New Zealand bans all new offshore oil exploration as part of 'carbon-neutral future'

Prime minister Jacinda Ardern says move ‘will essentially take effect in 30 or more years’ time’
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Scott Pruitt: After the high life, a job hunt

Forced to resign amid ethics probes, the former Oklahoma attorney general is among those whose rise was derailed after joining the Trump administration.
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Power plant explosion casts new light on New York’s dirty fuel addiction

The bright-blue sky dazzled the city's residents, but the source of the light -- one of New York's dirtiest power plants -- could stoke an already heated debate.

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Crab fishers sue fossil fuel industry over climate change damage

The lawsuit by the largest West Coast commercial fishing association seeks to hold 30 companies accountable for harming shellfish and livelihoods as the ocean warms.
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Cutting forests and disturbing natural habitats increases our risk of wildlife diseases

A new study found that animals known to carry harmful diseases such as the novel coronavirus are more common in landscapes intensively used by people.

The President’s green comedy routine

A token, triumphal green moment for a president and party who just might need such a thing in an election year.

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