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By Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson, Associated Press
Some 200 environmental and land defense activists were killed around the world in 2021, including some 54 in Mexico, which assumed the position of the deadliest country.
By Associated Press
The warm water creates “a lot more rocket fuel for the storm.” And this effect is likely to become even more frequent due to climate change, scientists say.
By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
To prevent catastrophic global warming, international groups say there should be no new investment in fossil fuel projects. The world's biggest energy companies support those goals publicly, but their spending and lobbying suggest they have no plans to slow down…
By Ali Rogin, Claire Mufson
Last year, a study published in Nature Sustainability found that it may be possible to tap into the network of public water delivery canals as a way to both conserve water and advance the state’s renewable energy efforts.
By Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado
By William Brangham, Cai Pigliucci, Sam Lane, Karina Cuevas, Marcos Perez, Eduardo Mariota
Hurricane Fiona is expected to hit Bermuda hard as a Category 4 storm. But when it saturated Puerto Rico earlier this week, it did plenty of damage as a Category 1 storm and set back the modest progress made in…
In our news wrap Tuesday, New York City is lifting its vaccine mandate for private sector workers as of November 1, federal authorities in Minnesota charged 47 people in a fraud scheme taking advantage of pandemic relief funds and the…
By Drew Costley, Associated Press
A first-of-its-kind database for tracking the world's fossil fuel production, reserves and emissions launches on Monday to coincide with climate talks taking place at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
By Mead Gruver, Associated Press
A boating and fishing paradise on the Utah-Wyoming line is beginning to feel the effects of the two-decade megadrought gripping the southwestern U.S.
By Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
Flash floods triggered by heavy rain have swept through towns in a hilly central Italy.
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