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University of Colorado  By Matt Burgess •  Published: March 19, 2024 Climate change matters to more and more people–and could be a deciding factor in the 2024 election If you ask American voters what their top issues are, most will point to kitchen...
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By Elise Schmelzer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Denver’s new mandates for building electrification earned the city the second-place spot in a new ranking of the country’s top cities with climate-friendly policies. A report set for release Tuesday by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Econo...
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IMMIGRATION By Pepper Trail Writers on the Range Let’s play a game, the climate-change game that every living thing on Earth has no choice but to play, starting … now. The game is called Adapt/Move/Die, and the rules are simple. The object of the game is not to die. And the winners, well, the wi...
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By Angela Dewan, CNN  4 minute read  Updated 10:26 AM EDT, Tue April 30, 2024 CNN —  The Group of Seven nations announced Tuesday its member nations would end the use of “unabated” coal by 2035, but left the door open for countries to stretch that deadline in particular contexts. ...
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           By Stanley Reed The New York Times Renowned for ancient churches and the tomb of Dante, the 14th-century poet, the city of Ravenna and its environs along Italy’s Adriatic coast are also home to old-line industries like steel and fertilizer. The manufacturin...
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  NAPLES, Italy>> Europe is the fastest-warming continent and its temperatures are rising at roughly twice the global average, two top climate monitoring organizations reported Monday, warning of the consequences for human health, glacier melt and economic activity. The U.N.’s World Met...
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AVERAGE SNOWPACK By Elise Schmelzer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. It was an average year for Colorado’s snowpack — and that’s great news. The statewide snowpack sat at 109% of the 30-year median on Wednesday, just a few days shy of the normal peak of snowpack for the state. Every major river basin i...
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           ENVIRONMENT  By Christopher Flavelle The New York Times ALAMEDA, Calif.>> A little before 9 a.m. Tuesday, an engineer named Matthew Gallelli crouched on the deck of a decommissioned aircraft carrier in San Francisco Bay, pulled on a pair of ear pro...
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  By Farai Mutsaka and Gerald Imray The Associated Press MANGWE, Zimbabwe>> Delicately and with intense concentration, Zanyiwe Ncube poured her small share of precious golden cooking oil into a plastic bottle at a food aid distribution site deep in rural Zimbabwe. “I don’t want to los...
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By David Gelles The New York Times REYKJAVIK, Iceland>> On a wind-swept Icelandic plateau, an international team of engineers and executives is powering up an innovative machine designed to alter the very composition of Earth’s atmosphere. If all goes as planned, the enormous vacuum will so...
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  By Brad Plumer The New York Times WASHINGTON>> The Biden administration plans to spend up to $6 billion on new technologies to cut carbon dioxide emissions from heavy industries such as steel, cement, chemicals and aluminum, which are all enormous contributors to global warming but w...
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  By Jack Graham | Climate change and nature correspondent, UK Living with water In the city of Wilmington, on the U.S. East Coast, there floats a famous World War II battleship called the USS North Carolina. The major tourist attraction is having some trouble with its parking lot, which is...
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NATIONAL CLIMATE ASSESSMENT “A very dangerous future” By Seth Borenstein and Tammy Webber The Associated Press Revved-up climate change now permeates Americans’ daily lives with harm that is “already far-reaching and worsening across every region of the United States,” a massive new government r...
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U.S. WILDFIRE RISK Study finds grassland fires more common, destructive By Nadja Popovich The New York Times Forest fires may get more attention, but a new study reveals that grassland fires are more widespread and destructive across the United States. Almost every year since 1990, the study fou...
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         Nation says it can fight climate change and be major oil producer   By Suman Naishadham and Victor Caivano The Associated Press FORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTA>> During a May wildfire that scorched a vast swath of spruce and pine forest in northwestern Canada...
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Utility to pay for Pano AI’s camera systems on 1.5M acres across its territory Utility to pay for Pano AI’s camera systems on 1.5 million acres across its territory By Judith Kohler This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Xcel Energy Colorado, which expects to spend about $180 million on wildfire prevention this ...
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James Hansen, the scientist who first sounded the climate alarm in Congress, sees a decrease in aerosol pollution driving a surge of warming and criticizes the U.N. climate science panel, drawing a backlash from other researchers. By Bob Berwyn November 2, 2023  During the past year, the needl...
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Last month, over 100 Amazonian river dolphins were found dead in a lake in the Brazilian Amazon. Their fate was due to a combination of heat and low water levels from what many consider to be the worst drought in the history of the Amazon.  Like other extreme weather events, the climate crisis...
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Agency reports targets in reach via wind, solar power By Noelle Phillips This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Colorado’s power companies can reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 98.5% by 2040 without new government policies or programs that would increase costs to consumers, according to a new modeling r...
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ENVIRONMENT   By Seth Borenstein The Associated Press Far more people are in harm’s way as they move into high flood zones across the globe, adding to an increase in watery disasters from climate change, a new study said. Since 1985, the number of the world’s settlements in the riskiest fl...
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