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State plots water conservation rules tied to drought

With two significant droughts in the last five years, the Department of Environmental Protection held a hearing Wednesda...

Colin A Young - 2021-07-07

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World ‘must step up preparations for extreme heat’

Rising temperatures may be hitting faster and harder than forecast, say climate scientists in wake of heatwave in US and...

Jonathan Watts - 2021-07-07

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Drought Spreads to 93 Percent of West--That's Never Happened

The extreme dry conditions threaten crops and raise wildfire risks. 

Thomas Frank - 2021-07-07

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10 jobs that will help shape a zero-emissions future

An economy based on healing the climate could spawn new livelihoods across Cascadia.

- 2021-06-28

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More Than Half Of U.S. Buildings Are In Places Prone To Disaster, Study Finds

More than half of the buildings in the contiguous U.S. are in disaster hotspots, a new study finds. Tens of millions of ...

Rebecca Hersher - 2021-06-21

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'By design or neglect': Flood, climate hazards threaten MA's vulnerable neighborhoods - Wicked Local

In the Germantown neighborhood of Quincy, nearly 900 public housing units cover the peninsula jutting out into Quin...

Hadley Barndollar - 2021-06-28

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Bringing Back Trees To 'Forest City's' Redlined Areas

In Cleveland, as in other cities, a move for "tree equity" is bringing more trees to low-income neighborhoods ...

Dan Charles - 2021-06-28

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NOAA predicts a busy hurricane season. Take a look back at 7 big New England storms - The Providence Journal

With 18 named storms, eight hurricanes and three major hurricanes predicted by experts at the National Oceanic Atmo...

Hadley Barndollar - 2021-06-21

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To Understand How Warming is Driving Harmful Algal Blooms, Look to Regional Patterns, Not Global Trends

Last month, a red tint began to spread across the surface of the glacial waters of Kachemak Bay, Alaska. It was a signal...

Haley Dunleavy - 2021-06-21