5G networks could throw weather forecasting into chaos

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Get ready for more back-to-back heat waves, study says

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The U.N. says 1 million species could disappear. Pacific islands have a solution

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A tale of two Washingtons: How Jay Inslee aims to take his climate plan nationwide

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Dakota Access company bought up dozens of anti-pipeline URLs

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Study: Climate change makes rich countries richer and poor ones poorer

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What drought? These states are gearing up to draw more water from the Colorado.

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The cover for NYT Magazine’s climate change issue is 🔥

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Are you biased against nuclear power? Yup, say scientists

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Ryanair’s budget flights could blow the E.U.’s carbon budget

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