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Growing question mark on maritime security, nukes: Sushma Swaraj
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How scientists are squelching the belches of gassy cows that warm the planet
KPCC • Angus Chen, Npr
Developed world must help less fortunate ones on climate change: Sushma Swaraj
The Economic Times of India • Pti
Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change
NPR • Lisa Feldman Barrett
Readers write: The work of downsizing, evidence of climate change, hopeful coverage on famine
Christian Science Monitor • Kris Johnson
Germany's economic forces at play
Al Jazeera
The quiet dismantling of Obama's environmental legacy.
Environmental Health News
'Everything is gone': Americans return to their flooded homes
The Guardian • Guardian Staff
America's flood epidemic
The Week • The Week Staff
Climate change scientists fight for funding to save High Arctic lab
CBC Radio-Canada • Nick Murray
 
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Growing question mark on maritime security, nukes: Sushma Swaraj
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
UNITED NATIONS: India today warned the international community that there is a growing question mark over maritime security and that nuclear proliferation is again making dangerous headlines. In her second consecutive annual address to the UN General Assembly, External Affairs Minister Sushma...
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Coal Industry, Greenhouse Gases
How scientists are squelching the belches of gassy cows that warm the planet
KPCCAngus Chen, Npr
Researchers have won a prize for discovering that a cow's genetics determine which microbes populate its gut. Some of those microbes produce the greenhouse gas methane that comes out of cow belches and farts and ends up in the atmosphere.; Credit: Charlie...
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Climate Change
Developed world must help less fortunate ones on climate change: Sushma Swaraj
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
UNITED NATIONS: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said the challenge posed by climate change requires more "serious action than talk" and asked the leaders of the developed world to help the less fortunate ones through technology transfer and Green Climate Financing....
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change
NPRLisa Feldman Barrett
People can't simulate realistic, internal sensations, like temperature change or pain — which is a reason why more people aren't terrified by climate change, says guest blogger Lisa Feldman Barrett.
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Climate Change
Readers write: The work of downsizing, evidence of climate change, hopeful coverage on famine
Christian Science MonitorKris Johnson
Regarding the Aug. 21 Monitor Daily story “Home prices, and a thought shift, give ‘small living’ a boost”: Interesting concept. My friend has done it, downsizing and living in a tiny apartment. But I’m not about to give up my house and...
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Airline Industry, Auto Industry
Germany's economic forces at play
Al Jazeera
Ahead of the September 24 national elections, surveys show that Germans are satisfied with the state of their economy. However, analysts warn cracks are appearing and if Angela Merkel is elected to a fourth term as German chancellor she will have to...
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Barack Obama, Climate Policy
The quiet dismantling of Obama's environmental legacy.
Environmental Health News
Back in February, Steve Bannon, then a high-ranking advisor to Donald Trump, said the administration is in a battle for the deconstruction of the administrative state. Since then, Trump's Cabinet members have, by all accounts, gotten down to this task with laser-like...
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Climate Change, Life Insurance
'Everything is gone': Americans return to their flooded homes
The GuardianGuardian Staff
The water surged to over 28ft, completely covering our one-storey house, the home that I grew up in. There’s no way to describe the pain I felt when we returned. My mom and I just burst into tears. Everything was gone. Climate...
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Climate Change, Oceans
America's flood epidemic
The WeekThe Week Staff
Severe flooding is becoming increasingly common in the U.S. — and more destructive. Here's everything you need to know: How bad is the problem? Flooding is the most costly type of natural disaster in the U.S., responsible for an average of 140...
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Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases
Climate change scientists fight for funding to save High Arctic lab
CBC Radio-CanadaNick Murray
Some of Canada's leading climate change scientists are fighting to keep the country's northernmost research station in operation. The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) in Eureka, Nunavut, tracks atmospheric data that no other research station can, given its High Arctic latitude,...
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