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Read more about Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River
Read more about Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River

Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River

Aug 20, 2022
Read more about Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River
Read more about Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River
Hydroelectric turbines may stop turning. Las Vegas and Phoenix may be forced to restrict water usage or growth. Farmers might cease growing some crops, leaving fields of lettuce and melons to turn to dust.
Read more about With the world literally on fire, Republicans do their best to fan the flames
Read more about With the world literally on fire, Republicans do their best to fan the flames

With the world literally on fire, Republicans do their best to fan the flames

Aug 11, 2022
Read more about With the world literally on fire, Republicans do their best to fan the flames
Read more about With the world literally on fire, Republicans do their best to fan the flames
As the devastating effects of climate change become increasingly felt around the nation and world, Republican lawmakers are taking the opportunity to get more "hands on" to limit companies that want to make a positive impact.
Read more about Chances of climate catastrophe are ignored, scientists say
Read more about Chances of climate catastrophe are ignored, scientists say

Chances of climate catastrophe are ignored, scientists say

Aug 02, 2022
Read more about Chances of climate catastrophe are ignored, scientists say
Read more about Chances of climate catastrophe are ignored, scientists say
Experts are ignoring the worst possible climate change catastrophic scenarios, including collapse of society or the potential extinction of humans, however unlikely, a group of top scientists claim.
Read more about Flash floods close roads into Death Valley National Park
Read more about Flash floods close roads into Death Valley National Park

Flash floods close roads into Death Valley National Park

Aug 02, 2022
Read more about Flash floods close roads into Death Valley National Park
Read more about Flash floods close roads into Death Valley National Park
Some roads in and out of Death Valley National Park have been closed after they were inundated over the weekend with mud and debris from flash floods that also hit western Nevada and northern Arizona hard.
Read more about Western flames spread, California sees its largest 2022 fire
Read more about Western flames spread, California sees its largest 2022 fire

Western flames spread, California sees its largest 2022 fire

Aug 01, 2022
Read more about Western flames spread, California sees its largest 2022 fire
Read more about Western flames spread, California sees its largest 2022 fire
Crews battling the largest wildfire so far this year in California braced for thunderstorms and hot, windy conditions that created the potential for additional fire growth Sunday as they sought to protect remote communities.
Read more about Why Louvre's Mona Lisa keeps a smile: Paris' cooling system
Read more about Why Louvre's Mona Lisa keeps a smile: Paris' cooling system

Why Louvre's Mona Lisa keeps a smile: Paris' cooling system

Aug 01, 2022
Read more about Why Louvre's Mona Lisa keeps a smile: Paris' cooling system
Read more about Why Louvre's Mona Lisa keeps a smile: Paris' cooling system
The Mona Lisa may maintain her famously enigmatic smile because she benefits from one of Paris’ best-kept secrets.
Read more about US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma, Arizona
Read more about US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma, Arizona

US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma, Arizona

Jul 30, 2022
Read more about US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma, Arizona
Read more about US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma, Arizona
The Biden administration on Thursday authorized completion of the Trump-funded U.S.-Mexico border wall in an open area of southern Arizona near Yuma that has become one of the busiest corridors for illegal crossings.
Read more about Brazil moves toward paving road key to deforestation
Read more about Brazil moves toward paving road key to deforestation

Brazil moves toward paving road key to deforestation

Aug 01, 2022
Read more about Brazil moves toward paving road key to deforestation
Read more about Brazil moves toward paving road key to deforestation
In a decision that critics have labeled as dangerous, Brazil’s government granted a preliminary environmental permit for paving a dirt highway that cuts through one of the Amazon rainforest’s most preserved areas.
Read more about Study: Climate change made UK heat wave hotter, more likely
Read more about Study: Climate change made UK heat wave hotter, more likely

Study: Climate change made UK heat wave hotter, more likely

Jul 30, 2022
Read more about Study: Climate change made UK heat wave hotter, more likely
Read more about Study: Climate change made UK heat wave hotter, more likely
Human-caused climate change made last week’s deadly heat wave in England and Wales at least 10 times more likely and added a few degrees to how brutally hot it got, a study said.
Read more about Banks far from hitting Paris climate targets, groups warn
Read more about Banks far from hitting Paris climate targets, groups warn

Banks far from hitting Paris climate targets, groups warn

Jul 30, 2022
Read more about Banks far from hitting Paris climate targets, groups warn
Read more about Banks far from hitting Paris climate targets, groups warn
The world’s most influential banks need to substantially accelerate climate efforts if global temperature rise is to be kept within the targets of the Paris Agreement, an assessment released Thursday by an institutional investors group warned.