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By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
SpaceX has bumped its next astronaut flight for NASA until Wednesday because of rough wind and waves hundreds of miles away.
By Frank Jordans, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
This year’s U.N. climate summit in Glasgow renews an urgent question to the international community: Can the world come together to confront the common enemy of global warming before it’s too late?…
By Laura Santhanam
Younger people, who will inherit the choices of previous generations, were much more likely than others to feel that the global community is not doing enough to prevent climate change from getting worse, according to this latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
By Shelley Inglis, The Conversation
A former UN adviser explains what happens at climate summits like COP26 and why people fear this one won’t meet its goals.
By Rachel Kyte, The Conversation
The world isn’t on track to avoid dangerous climate change, and this year’s climate conference, COP26, is crucial, a former senior UN official writes.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Emily Swanson, Nathan Ellgren, Associated Press
In all, 59 percent of Americans said the Earth's warming was very or extremely important to them as an issue, up from 49 percent in 2018.
By Associated Press
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters Tuesday that time is running out to cut greenhouse gas emissions to meet the goals of the 2015 Paris accord and avert the world of global warming.
By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
Wildlife centers in the U.S. West are caring for animals that weren’t able to flee the flames or are looking for food in burned-over places.
Protesters rallied in Uganda, Bangladesh, India and Germany to call for measures that prevent dangerous levels of warming and take account of the plight of the world's poorest, who are particularly hard-hit by climate change.
By Miles O'Brien, Karina Cuevas, Will Toubman
The Jaguar, the biggest cat in the Americas, was hunted and poached to extinction in parts of Argentina about 70 years ago. They are in critical danger of vanishing completely. Only a few hundred are left in the country. Rewilding…
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