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Ocean Water Is Hurricane ‘Fuel’ - It’s Currently High Octane

As a 4th of July heat sets in, ocean waters are very hot. What this means for hurricane season.
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Trump’s plans to use nuclear weapons on hurricanes challenged in new Democratic bill

In August, Donald Trump reportedly asked top national security officials to consider using nuclear bombs to weaken or destroy hurricanes. Now, one member of Congress wants to make it illegal for Mr Trump, or any president, to act on this idea.

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America is not as resilient as it thinks it is

Whether in a pandemic or a hurricane, inequality and underfunded infrastructure are bad for disaster preparedness.
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American climate video: Al Cathey had seen hurricanes, but nothing like Michael

The mayor of Mexico Beach remembers wondering whether his town could find the energy to recover.
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New NOAA emails reveal how Trump rattled NOAA during Hurricane Dorian

President Trump’s inaccurate statements, altered forecast map and tweets rattled top officials along with rank and file scientists.
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7 numbers show how dire climate change got this decade

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EPA fell short in coordinating Harvey toxic air pollution risks

The EPA didn't have air quality monitoring procedures in place for Houston when Hurricane Harvey hit in 2017, and wasn't able to inform the public adequately about storm-related toxic pollution from industrial sites, the EPA Office of Inspector General has said.

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How can companies protect the biodiversity they depend on

As crop varieties disappear, boosting biodiversity becomes smart business.

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How our data can help you dig into disasters

The Center for Public Integrity has been investigating natural disasters, particularly those that science shows are intensified by the planet's warming. They now have data you can use as a guide to look for impacts.

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Climate change expert's grim warning for Ireland as he predicts Storm Lorenzo is 'sign of things to come'

Storm Lorenzo is a “sign of things to come" for Ireland and storms will “track in our direction more often", an expert has warned.

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Scientists are getting better at predicting hurricane intensity

Scientists say they are finally making progress in understanding how and why hurricanes intensify, information they say is critical to improving real-time forecasts.

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Climate

Dorian one of strongest, longest-lasting hurricanes on record in the Atlantic

After the devastation in the Bahamas, the U.S. coast was largely spared, but even a wobble in Dorian's storm track could have brought very different results.
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Justice

The fight for environmental justice in America’s segregated cities

Abolitionist climate justice is an evolving movement that aims to tackle the disparate effects of climate change across race and class
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How hurricanes generate deadly storm surges and catastrophic floods

What is storm surge and how does it push water levels so dangerously high? Here's a closer look.

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