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Climate change challenges sinking city of Venice
PBS • Pbs Newshour
A Comic Strip Mirrors the Ravages of Climate Change
The New York Times • George Gene Gustines
Republicans brewing Russian scandal to target greens
Politico • Ben Lefebvre
Will U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Find A Market In Asia?
Forbes • Contributor, Jude Clemente
Indira Gandhi became a politician not by choice but by force of circumstances: Jairam Ramesh
The Economic Times of India • Ians
As The Climate Changes, Kenyan Herders Find Centuries-Old Way Of Life In Danger
NPR • Eyder Peralta
Mexico Launches Scheme to Insure Its Coral Reef
Climate Central • Fiona Harvey
3 Big Reasons To Be Bearish On Oil For Even Longer
Seeking Alpha • Miles White
Political Road Map: You'll get to vote on a part of Sacramento's big climate change plans
Los Angeles Times • John Myers
Sea level rise could bring costly flooding in coastal communities within decades
Chicago Tribune • Joshua Emerson Smith
 
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Climate Change, Hydropower
Climate change challenges sinking city of Venice
PBSPbs Newshour
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio CHRISTOPHER LIVESAY: Venice is a world class wonder. A city built on more than 100 small islands, connected by a maze of bridges and canals. The largest is the Grand Canal with its famous Rialto...
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Climate Change, Finance
A Comic Strip Mirrors the Ravages of Climate Change
The New York TimesGeorge Gene Gustines
The newspaper comic strip “Arctic Circle,” by the environmentally minded cartoonist Alex Hallatt, is about talking penguins and their fellow creatures living in the north. Starting Monday, under a caption that says “An Inconvenient Truth,” the menagerie will find their world shrinking...
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Climate Change, Energy Finance
Republicans brewing Russian scandal to target greens
PoliticoBen Lefebvre
Republicans are trying to conjure up a Russian scandal they can get behind. GOP House members and at least one Trump Cabinet member are pushing years-old allegations from conservative activists that Russia has funneled money to U.S. environmental groups to oppose fracking....
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Compressed Natural Gas, Energy & Utilities
Will U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Find A Market In Asia?
ForbesContributor, Jude Clemente
Asia is easily the world's most vital incremental gas demand market. And U.S. LNG is highly desirable in the region.
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Biodiversity, Climate Change
Indira Gandhi became a politician not by choice but by force of circumstances: Jairam Ramesh
The Economic Times of IndiaIans
NEW DELHI: Indira Gandhi may have been criticised for her policies during her tenure as Prime Minister and called authoritative but what people hardly knows is that she was very much an environmentalist and naturalist, said senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on...
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Agriculture, Climate Change
As The Climate Changes, Kenyan Herders Find Centuries-Old Way Of Life In Danger
NPREyder Peralta
Out here, in West Pokot County, Kenya, the landscape looks like Mars — red clay, rocks, and in the distance, a mountain so bare, it looks like a giant boulder. Stephen Long'uriareng, 80, has walked two hours to bring her two cows...
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Biodiversity, Climate Change
Mexico Launches Scheme to Insure Its Coral Reef
Climate CentralFiona Harvey
By Fiona Harvey, The Guardian A stretch of coral reef off Mexico is the testing ground for a new idea that could protect fragile environments around the world: insurance. The reef, off the coast of Cancún, is the first to be protected...
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Carbon Tax, Currencies
3 Big Reasons To Be Bearish On Oil For Even Longer
Seeking AlphaMiles White
Summary Oil has fallen substantially from the high of $136 in June 2008 to the low of $42 in 2016. There is no good news for the oil story! Nigeria and Libya cannot afford to cut their output, and do not have...
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Carbon Markets , Climate Change
Political Road Map: You'll get to vote on a part of Sacramento's big climate change plans
Los Angeles TimesJohn Myers
As part of their plan to cut California’s greenhouse gas emissions, lawmakers in Sacramento are backing a boost in the size of the state’s Constitution. Already one of the longest governing blueprints of any state, the California Constitution could be amended under...
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Climate Change, Education
Sea level rise could bring costly flooding in coastal communities within decades
Chicago TribuneJoshua Emerson Smith
As glaciers melt amid the heat of a warming planet, scientist predict that coastal communities in the United States could eventually experience flooding from higher tides. Conservative estimates range from an increase of about 1 to 4 feet in sea-level rise by...
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