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“This shows how an election can change the fate of the Amazon.”
Opponents call the embattled Texas attorney general’s tenure “a disaster for Texas’ air, water, and climate.”
Yet governments are still pouring $7 trillion into subsidies for fossil fuels.
A new study pinpoints the economic cost of emissions, paving the way for international legal action.
As Congress delays reauthorization, the National Flood Insurance Program faces dueling lawsuits.
A 62-mile-long curtain moored to the Amundsen Sea bed in Antarctica could prevent catastrophic flooding elsewhere, scientists say.
As hurricanes get stronger, storm surges are bringing saltwater to farmland—and leaving salt there once waters evaporate.
The Fosen wind farm was built illegally. Now the Norwegian government is paying to keep it running.
Those higher temperatures could lead to more coastal erosion, flooding, and extreme weather