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‘Entering Burn Area’: Yosemite After the Fire - The New York Times
America’s national parks are increasingly bearing the burden of climate change, as rising temperatures and new weather patterns create mega blazes. A report from the burn zone.
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yesterday by noiseguy
Climate Change and the Elections: Five Takeaways - The New York Times
The results of Tuesday’s elections could have a significant influence on how the United States deals with global warming in several ways.
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4 days ago by noiseguy
More Evidence Points to China as Source of Ozone-Depleting Gas - The New York Times
An environmental group says it has new evidence showing that China is behind the resurgence of a banned industrial gas that not only destroys the planet’s protective ozone layer but also contributes to global warming.
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8 days ago by noiseguy
UW professor contributes to UN climate report | KING 5
According to the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, limiting global warming to about 3°F would require rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society. This report was created by 91 of the world's leading climate scientists, including Kristie Ebi, UW professor of global health.
Ebi.Kristie  !UWitM  2018  KING  regl  Department:Global.Health  School:Public.Health  Climate.Change 
11 days ago by uwnews
Opinion | We Have to Save the Planet. So I’m Donating $1 Billion. - The New York Times
I will give this sum over the next decade to help accelerate land and ocean conservation around the world.
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11 days ago by noiseguy
Glaciers in One of the World’s Largest Ice Fields Are Rapidly Shrinking - VICE
A 2018 report called the “State of the Mountains” details the effects of climate change on an iconic North American mountain range.
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11 days ago by noiseguy
Opinion | Best Way to Fight Climate Change? Put an Honest Price on Carbon - The New York Times
Washington State voters will decide next week whether to impose a fee on carbon emissions. We hope they do.
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13 days ago by noiseguy

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