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  1. 29 minutes ago

    The EPA air chief, who helped write rules weakening climate change protections, will step down.

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  2. 2 hours ago

    The U.S. is quickly moving away from coal. But can it move off natural gas too? A look at how power companies around the country are wrestling with the question:

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  3. 2 hours ago

    As the climate changes because of greenhouse gas emissions, heat waves around the world are occurring more often, and they are hotter and last longer. Europe is preparing for one this week.

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  4. 4 hours ago

    A heat wave is coming to Europe. And it's the new normal.

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  5. 4 hours ago

    As coal declines, electric utilities are grappling with a question that has big implications for climate change: Embrace natural gas, or shift more aggressively to renewable energy?

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  6. 4 hours ago

    Fights over new natural gas power plants are becoming more common around the U.S., especially as wind and solar keep falling in cost:

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  7. 19 hours ago

    A new government study sharply contradicts the rig owner in a leak that's been releasing oil into the Gulf of Mexico since 2004.

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  8. Jun 25

    A mining mogul with business before the government, a multimillion-dollar home in Washington, and his renters: Jared and Ivanka Kushner. “There may be nothing wrong,” said a former federal government ethics official. "But it doesn’t look good.”

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    Mr. Luksic bought the house with the intention of renting it to a wealthy new arrival to Mr. Trump’s Washington.... Even before the purchase was final, real estate agents had lined up renters: Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. via

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  10. Retweeted
    Jun 25

    “I don’t think the base is going to be satisfied with candidates simply saying, ‘I think climate change is happening; I think it’s because of humans.... Now people increasingly want to know, ‘What is your actual plan?’”

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    Jun 25

    "ethics experts said they would have cautioned Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump against renting the home, given the Luksic family’s business before the administration."

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    Jun 25

    Reading: A Plan to Mine the Minnesota Wilderness Hit a Dead End. Then Trump Became President. - via &

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  13. Jun 25

    The prime feeding habitat for gray whales in the Bering Sea was more than eight degrees warmer than average last winter, possibly affecting the food supply, and scientists want to know if that is behind the large number of whale deaths this year.

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  14. Jun 25

    How an eagle’s nest shows the challenges of New York’s climate plan

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  15. Jun 25

    A Plan to mine the Boundary Waters, a pristine wilderness area in Minnesota, hit a dead end. Then Trump became president.

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  16. Jun 25

    The 20 Democrats will meet this week in a Miami performing arts center that was inundated during a flash flood in 2012 -- a sign of how much climate change has become a daily reality in the city.

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  17. Jun 25

    Never before have the liberal voters who form the base of the party's primary electorate cared more about climate change, which is now among the top three 2020 election issues cited by Florida Democrats, according to a new survey.

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  18. Jun 24

    Activists wanted a Democratic debate focused entirely on climate change. They aren’t getting one, but in Miami this week, the issue will be inescapable.

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  19. Jun 24

    Computer models that take hours to crunch all the necessary climate, topography and other data are too slow to be much help in containing a fast-moving wildfire. So fire chiefs in Southern California are turning to supercomputers.

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  20. Jun 22

    “Hurricane Sandy was obviously very catastrophic for human infrastructure on Fire Island, but on an ecosystem level, it worked wonders."

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