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Leah C. Stokes: Congress must pass a better climate bill

I've never seen a summer like the one we're experiencing now. If Congress spends too little, or passes only the bipartisan infrastructure package, we will continue to head in the wrong direction, and there will be worse summers ahead.

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Elizabeth Kolbert: “La gente no ha salido de la pandemia abrazando la naturaleza; al revés”

La periodista estadounidense es premio Pulitzer por su anterior libro sobre la extinción masiva en marcha. Ahora publica 'Bajo un cielo blanco', sobre quienes intentan revertir el apocalipsis climático.

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Petrifying climate change

Researchers want to combat climate change by chemically converting carbon dioxide into rock on a grand scale.
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Adaptación y mitigación: Las dos estrategias de las que depende la lucha contra el cambio climático

Es fundamental reducir las emisiones, pero también abordar el impacto medioambiental que ya se está produciendo, coinciden los expertos.

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Climate change will reshape Silicon Valley as we know it

The next entrepreneurial revolution will arise to combat the crisis of our lifetime.
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Carl Safina: “La caída catastrófica en el número de insectos es tremenda”

Experto en el comportamiento de los animales, el estadounidense afirma que la salvación de nuestro planeta reside en que las familias decidan tener un único hijo.

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A la pena por la pérdida de ese paraje de tu infancia se le llama ‘solastalgia’

Proliferan las expresiones asociadas a la catástrofe ambiental. Como 'colapsología', 'ecoansiedad' y 'solastalgia', una melancolía por un entorno desaparecido. Vocabulario para una crisis climática.

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Climate change needs an Operation Warp Speed

We're surrounded by existential threats. Principally, climate change. The scale of the problem is massive. So is the answer: Operation Warp Speed for climate.

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Andrew Mcafee: Why degrowth is the worst idea on the planet

Throughout our history, we humans have been climbing a difficult path toward longer, healthier, more prosperous lives. As we climbed that path, we turned the environment around it brown and gray.

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Decrecer sin dejar a nadie atrás

Si las vallas que no dejan pasar migrantes no dejasen entrar alimentos o energía, las economías ricas serían inviables.

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California’s disasters are a warning - climate change is here

The state's heat waves, blackouts, and fires - amid a pandemic - offer a warning of our fossil-fuel future.

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The Climate Crisis Is Still a Crisis

If the fate of American democracy is on the ballot in November, so too is the future of the planet.
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Urban density is not the problem

despite ample evidence that urbanites live longer and healthier lives than their counterparts in rural areas, the spread of the coronavirus - and New York City's tragic experience in particular - has fueled a dubious association between population density and contagion.

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A make or break moment for cities

The future of America’s urban areas will depend on the help they receive—or don’t—from the federal government.
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Those holding up carbon capture and hydrogen as new climate solutions are leading us down the wrong path.

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Working with youth writers on a climate-fiction screenplay has opened my eyes to the power of the arts in confronting environmental crises.

Peter Dykstra: Protected by an alphabet soup of acronyms

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