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The Hoover Dam made life in the West possible. Or so we thought

Climate change threatens Las Vegas and every other desert oasis town.
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Biden administration to repeal Trump rule aimed at curbing EPA’s power

The Biden administration has moved to repeal a Trump-era regulation that it said weakened the government's ability to curb air pollution that threatens public health and is driving climate change.

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As the climate warms, could the U.S. face another Dust Bowl?

Improved agricultural practices and irrigation may stave off another agricultural calamity in the Great Plains. But scientists are now warning that two inescapable realities — rising temperatures and worsening drought — could still spawn a modern-day Dust Bowl.

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Geoengineering a cooler planet to stop global warming

What if particles were injected into the atmosphere and filtered sunlight to the point of reducing solar heating. Could this reduce global warming?

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Adam Tooze: Green mortgages -  homes need to catch up to climate change

a huge part of the climate problem is generated by us, simply living our daily lives, at home or at work.

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EPA's updated climate change data shows global warming's impacts are already here

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says updated indicators show that "climate change has become even more evident, stronger and extreme."

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Pipeline hack points to growing cyersecurity risk for energy system

Energy infrastructure has increasingly come under assault, and analysts said the attack that cut off fuel supplies this week should be a “wake-up call.”
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E.P.A. data shows climate change's impact on Americans

New data compiled by the E.P.A. shows how global warming is making life harder for Americans in myriad ways that threaten their health, safety and homes.
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What if space junk and climate change become the same problem?

Changes to the atmosphere caused by carbon dioxide emissions could increase the amount of debris that stays in orbit.
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Biden administration approves nation’s first major offshore wind farm

The Vineyard Wind project, off the coast of Massachusetts, would generate enough electricity to power 400,000 homes.
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Paul Bledsoe: China's emissions now eclipse the developed world - preventing climate protection

It is now clear that China used the disastrous Trump-era hiatus in U.S. climate leadership to ramp up coal production.
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How hospitals can help patients and the planet

Health care systems are trying to answer the central question of how to care for patients when climate change threatens their ability to remain open.
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Global temperatures are cooler in 2021 than other recent years

Global warming from human activities continues, but 2021 isn't going to earn the top spot on the warmest years list.
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As climate change thaws mountain tops, risks of rockfalls surge

Boulders and rocks long frozen into place are being loosen and tumbling downslope.
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Erased from a Davos photo, a Ugandan climate activist is back in the picture

When Vanessa Nakate, 24, was cropped out of a wire photo featuring her and four white activists, it drew attention that she now uses to expand her work in Uganda and beyond.
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The draw—and deadlines—of American denial

From vaccines to elections to climate change, denial is doing lasting damage to the country.

What do politicians have to say about 'Fractured?'

Here are the responses we've gotten so far from politicians about our study that found Pennsylvania families living near fracking wells are being exposed to high levels of harmful industrial chemicals.

Planting a million trees in the semi-arid desert to combat climate change

Tucson's ambitious tree planting goal aims to improve the health of residents, wildlife, and the watershed.

“Allow suffering to speak:” Treating the oppressive roots of illness

By connecting the dots between medical symptoms and patterns of injustice, we move from simply managing suffering to delivering a lasting cure.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

Living near fracking wells is linked to higher rate of heart attacks: Study

Middle-aged men in Pennsylvania's fracking counties die from heart attacks at a rate 5% greater than their counterparts in New York where fracking is banned.

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