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Today β€” January 29th 2020Environment

Temperatures at a Florida-Size Glacier Alarm Scientists

By Shola Lawal

Researchers in Antarctica found unusually warm water beneath a massive glacier that is already melting and contributing to sea level rise. 

What Was Said at Davos on Climate Change

By The New York Times

Global leaders attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland agree that a rapid response is needed to stave off disaster.

Yesterday β€” January 28th 2020Environment

A Battle to Protect Forests Unfolds in Central Africa

By Jack Losh

Indigenous people, environmentalists and industries vie for control over lands that can offer economic benefits or climate protection — but not always both.

What Was Said at Davos on Climate Change

By The New York Times

Global leaders attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland agree that a rapid response is needed to stave off disaster.

Before yesterdayEnvironment

Giant Swarm Of Locusts From Middle East Now Threatening Kenya's Farms

By Eyder Peralta

The biggest swarm of locusts in decades has chomped its way around a swath of the Middle East, South Asia and Africa — and is now devouring crops in Kenya.

  • January 27th 2020 at 22:11

Tears for the Magnificent and Shrinking Everglades, a β€˜River of Grass’

By Nina Burleigh

Florida’s freshwater wonder is threatened like never before with a rising sea level as restoration efforts lag.

Tears for the Magnificent and Shrinking Everglades, a β€˜River of Grass’

By Nina Burleigh

Florida’s freshwater wonder is threatened like never before with a rising sea level as restoration efforts lag.

Climate Change Threatens Future Of Sports

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with journalist Dave Zirin about how climate change is impacting sports around the globe, including the poor air quality at the Australian Open.

  • January 26th 2020 at 23:13

When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord

By Amie Tsang

On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing philosophy.

A Call for Investors to Put Their Money Toward a Green Future

By Paul Sullivan

For wealthy Davos men and women, as well as people from less rarefied air, targeted investing is one way to force change on carbon-emitting companies.

Greta Thunberg Joins Climate March on Her Last Day in Davos

By Somini Sengupta

Ms. Thunberg, who has been rebuking world leaders for inaction on climate change, said she was not deterred by critics who called her concerns overblown.

The End May Be Nearer: Doomsday Clock Moves Within 100 Seconds Of Midnight

By David Welna
The Doomsday Clock reads 100 seconds to midnight, a decision made by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists that was announced Thursday. The clock is intended to represent the danger of global catastrophe.

The two-minute warning that had held over the past two years has now shrunk to 100 seconds before midnight on the Doomsday Clock set by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

(Image credit: Eva Hambach/AFP via Getty Images)

  • January 24th 2020 at 00:44

Trump EPA Dramatically Reduces Amount Of Waterways Under Federal Protection

By Nathan Rott

The EPA has moved to dramatically shrink which waters fall under federal protection. It's welcomed by farmers and builders, but environmentalists are sure to file a legal challenge.

  • January 23rd 2020 at 22:22

Big Business Says It Will Tackle Climate Change, but Not How or When

By David Gelles and Somini Sengupta

In Davos, business leaders were newly vocal about the danger, though they gave few details about how they would reform their practices.

She’s Taking on Elon Musk on Solar. And Winning.

By David Gelles

As the head of Sunrun, Lynn Jurich won’t rest until the photovoltaic cell module is as common as the fireplace.

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