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Cow Farts Aren’t The Only Food-Related Climate Culprit
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Cow Farts Aren’t The Only Food-Related Climate Culprit

Posted: August 13, 2019

BY: Ethan Brown Do our diets affect climate change? Yes—a lot, actually. In fact, over a fifth of each person’s carbon footprint comes from food. In this five-part series, we will break down some primary sources of these greenhouse gas ...

As the Coal Industry Falls Apart, Miners Face Losing Their Pensions
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As the Coal Industry Falls Apart, Miners Face Losing Their Pensions

Posted: August 2, 2019

  In June, the Trump administration unveiled one of its largest environmental rollbacks to date: replacing the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan rule, which regulated carbon pollution from power plants. The rule had been a ...

The Radical Philosophy of Extinction Rebellion
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The Radical Philosophy of Extinction Rebellion

Posted: August 2, 2019

What is Extinction Rebellion? Our partners at Manapour & Co. interviewed Youtube star, documentary maker, and now climate activist Jack Harries about the protest group -- watch the interview here. In June 2019, New York police ...

How will residents in Cape May be affected by climate change
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How will residents in Cape May be affected by climate change

Premiered: July 25, 2019

BY: Michael Hill, Correspondent At a Cape May In Your Neighborhood forum on climate change in New Jersey, scientists spoke about the changes happening right in New Jersey’s backyard — things like sea levels rising. They say it’s not a ...

New Research Shows Malaria Can Spread In Cooler Climates
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New Research Shows Malaria Can Spread In Cooler Climates

Posted: July 26, 2019

By Marlene Cimons For nearly a century, scientists thought that malaria could only spread in places where it is really hot. That’s because malaria is spread by a tiny parasite that infects mosquitoes, which then infect humans — and ...

The Dutch Are Building a Barricade Against Climate Change
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The Dutch Are Building a Barricade Against Climate Change

Posted: July 10, 2019

By Teake Zuidema, text and photography The inhabitants of the Netherlands have been fighting floods for thousands of years. Eight-hundred years ago, they began to create local councils called “waterschappen” that were tasked with ...

How slow action on clean energy cost GE billions of dollars
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How slow action on clean energy cost GE billions of dollars

Posted: July 8, 2019

BY: Molly Taft Last week, General Electric announced it would close a California gas plant 20 years ahead of schedule. The Inland Empire Energy Center in California, the company said, was “uneconomical to support further” in ...