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California wildfires are only going to get worse. We're not ready

Countless research papers and government reports have said it, but the wildfires in Northern California this month brought it home: Climate change is fueling larger, more frequent and more devastating..
L.A. Times

Africa:Are Climate Change Pressures Driving More Mental Illness in Africa?

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Losses, displacement and worsening poverty from extreme weather may be bringing a growing disease burden, experts say
allAfrica.com

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News video: Pence Chief Of Staff Financial Disclosure Unusual

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Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff had a lucrative 2016 campaign season. This even as his high-profile work on the Trump-Pence campaign was classified as unpaid volunteer work. Nick Ayers was..
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News video: Trump Talks The Power Of Social Media

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Donald Trump said on Friday, he's skeptical that he would be nine months into his first term as president of the United States without the power of social media. According to interview excerpts..
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News video: This Winter's Weather Depends On One Unpredictable Thing: La Niña

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released their weather forecast for the upcoming winter, and it seems like it's going to be a hot one for certain parts of the country...
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News video: Finally, rain in Northern California helps with deadly fires

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On Oct. 19, light rain began to fall in Northern California, giving some respite to the firefighters battling the wildfires plaguing the region. The fires have killed at least 42 people and caused..
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News video: Koalas are drinking water for the first time in history — and it's for the saddest reason.

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First Franco-Chinese satellite project will help spot ocean storms and tackle climate change

France and China’s space agencies unveiled their first joint satellite in Beijing on Friday, and plan to use the vessel to improve forecasting of ocean storms and cyclones. The satellite, named..
S.China Morning Post

Don't sacrifice justice and family for efficiency, Pope tells business leaders

Vatican City, Oct 20, 2017 / 02:43 pm (CNA).- Pope Francis met Friday with leaders in business and civil society, telling them not to get carried away by wealth and the demands of the global market,..
CNA

She began fighting climate change as a child. Now she sits on the DWP's board

From the love for community instilled in her native Colombia, Aura Vasquez grew her passion into the focus of her life's work as an entrepreneur and DWP commissioner.
L.A. Times

New Mexico Wavered on Evolution and Climate Change in Science Education

The state’s education department unveiled a proposal that used soft language on evolution and climate change. Then came the public outcry.
NYTimes.com

EPA's climate change website reappears, but it's missing climate references

On April 28, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) abruptly took down its long-standing treasure trove of online climate change resources, and put up a message stating that they were being updated..
Mashable

Dolphin diets show how climate change could alter food chains off the California coast

Scientists studying dolphins dining off the California coastline have found that the marine food web is starting to look a little threadbare. The length of food chains in that web appears to have..
L.A. Times

It’s academic: Climate change, sea level rise?

OCALA, Fla. (AP) — These already are hot topics in higher ed. And not just in the disciplines you might expect. While climate change and related sea level rise are still emerging priorities on the..
Seattle Times

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