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Matter: Antarctic Ice Reveals Earth’s Accelerating Plant Growth

By CARL ZIMMER

Scientists compiling a record of the atmosphere based on air trapped in Antarctic ice found that rising carbon dioxide has accelerated plant growth.

Looking for Trump’s Climate Policy? Try the Energy Department

By BRAD PLUMER

The president’s proposed reductions to the department’s research may have a greater impact on climate change than the Paris accord decision.

Can the Paris Climate Deal Survive a Trump-Style Renegotiation?

By BRAD PLUMER

Some advocates of global climate action think the pact would be stronger if the United States simply left, rather than remaining in and demanding big changes.

A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

One of the best places to view August’s solar eclipse, Carbondale, home to Southern Illinois University, will host scientists and eclipse groupies.

Quentin Carbonell appointed at FilmStruck

By Robert Briel

Quentin Carbonell has been appointed Director of Content and Editorial for FilmStruck International.

FilmStruck International is the premium movie streaming service which launched this year in the UK, France and Spain as the first three markets of a joint venture between Turner’s Digital Ventures & Innovation group and Warner Bros. Digital Networks, with plans to expand to additional markets in due course.

Carbonell, who takes up his new role with immediate effect, is responsible for defining and executing the overall editorial strategy for the service and leads content acquisition, programming and curation across all regions. He will work closely with the local programming teams, and with the marketing, creative, product and analytics teams to help optimise user acquisition efforts as well as content consumption and discoverability.

His role also includes working closely with existing and potential content partners, overseeing the programming strategy, liaising on content localisation requirements and ensuring an efficient metadata production flow.

Carbonell joins Turner from Mubi where he was responsible for acquisitions and led strategic editorial partnerships, notably with Cannes’ Film Festival Directors’ Fortnight. A native of France with a masters in Cinema from the University of Lille, he is fluent in English and also speaks Spanish. He reports in to Kerensa Samanidis, General Manager, International for FilmStruck who joined the service earlier this year.

“Quentin brings to Turner a great track record in digital programming, a deep knowledge of movie content across the full breadth of genres from classic to indie to world cinema and fantastic experience in direct to consumer services, including an understanding of the importance of the user experience, all of which we can’t wait to tap into,” said Samanidis.

Michael Bloomberg Promises $500 Million to Help End Coal

By Lisa Friedman

The pledge by the former New York City mayor is part of an effort to close every coal-fired power plant in the United States and halt the growth of natural gas.

U.K. Will Cut Net Greenhouse Emissions to Zero, Theresa May Vows

By Richard PΓ©rez-PeΓ±a

The prime minister’s plan leaves many questions unanswered, but sets a new standard that she hopes other countries will adopt.

Australia, in a Victory for Coal, Clears the Way for a Disputed Mine

By Somini Sengupta

The final permit from regulators in Queensland came less than a month after a conservative coalition that champions coal won in national elections.

Soaring Temperatures Speed Up Spring Thaw on Greenland’s Ice Sheet

By Henry Fountain

Temperatures in Greenland have been as much as 40 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, helping fuel a pulse of melting across much of the ice sheet surface.

Can Europe Wean Itself From Fossil Fuels? Its Leaders Are About to Decide

By Somini Sengupta

European leaders from 28 countries will decide Thursday whether the E.U. will aim to get to net-zero emissions in the next 30 years.

E.U. Leaders Fail to Strengthen Climate Target

By Milan Schreuer

A proposal to reduce the 28-country bloc's net carbon emissions to zero by 2050 failed when eastern countries that are heavily dependent on coal raised objections.

Why Oregon Republicans Vanished Over a Climate Change Vote

By Timothy Williams

Republican lawmakers left the Oregon State Capitol last week to prevent a vote on a climate change bill they oppose. As the police pursue them and the Democrats wait, the bill hangs in the balance.

Canada Signals a Willingness to Challenge Trump on His Clean-Car Rollback

By Coral Davenport

By signing a clean-car deal with California, Canada inserted itself into the high-profile battle over Mr. Trump’s weakening of rules to fight climate change.

Oregon Climate Walkout Left Republicans in Hiding, Statehouse in Disarray

By Julie Turkewitz

Oregon’s capital has descended into turmoil since Republicans vanished to prevent a vote on a climate change bill backed by Democrats.

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