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climate Reversing

Reversing Climate Change by Pulling Carbon Out of the Air

A startup founded by two economists thinks direct air capture of carbon can be made cost-effective

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Activist climate

Climate activist who became symbol of India’s crackdown on dissent granted bail

The founder of a chapter of climate activist Greta Thunberg’s “Fridays for Future” movement was involved in producing an action plan for farmers’ protests.

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climate impacts

Climate impacts induce east-west divide in forest seed generation

Younger, smaller trees that comprise much of North America’s eastern forests have increased their seed production under climate change. But older, larger trees that dominate western forests have been less responsive, a Duke-led study warns. This continental divide could limit western forests’ ability to regenerate following large-scale diebacks linked to rising temperatures and intensifying droughts.…

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climate Scary

Do we need more scary climate change articles? Maybe.

Hope, fear, and the “Greta effect.”

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climate tackling

Tackling climate change may bring North and South Korea closer and help stabilise the area

Green détente options could help South Korea ease the diplomatic tensions in the region.

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Chang'e climate

How Hot Will Climate Change Make the Earth By the Year 2100?

Our planet gets a little warmer every year. But the extent of global warming is still up to us to decide.

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climate People

Most People Aren’t Climate Scientists. We Should Talk About Climate Change Anyway

Most Americans don’t talk about climate change. But many experts think that getting communities involved in climate science is the best path forward.

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climate executive

More Climate Executive Orders Could Be Coming, McCarthy Says

The former EPA Administrator says the Biden Administration will also work with Congress to advance climate policies — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Chang'e climate

Climate Change Isn’t the Only Fire We Should Be Worried About

Rebecca Gordon If climate change threatens human life as we know it, so does another potential form of “fire”—nuclear weaponry. The post Climate Change Isn’t the Only Fire We Should Be Worried About appeared first on The Nation.

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Chang'e climate

Climate change is making US hay fever season longer and more intense

Pollen seasons in the US have lengthened by about 20 days over 30 years, and there is 21 per cent more pollen in the air, as plants respond to a warming climate and higher levels of carbon dioxide