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News about Climate Change and our Planet


Drought, floods, wildfires: Climate change upends archaeology – Axios

In downtown Baton Rouge this fall, drought exposed the wreck of a ferry called the Brookhill that plied the shores of the Mississippi in the 19th century. Image courtesy of the engineering firm of Forte & Tablada. The job of…

3 climate takeaways from the GOP speaker meltdown – E&E News

The Republican brawl over whom to elect House speaker hasn’t changed anything about climate policy — yet. But the chaos this week has underscored concerns that the new Congress is ill-equipped to address global warming. And though the short-term impact…

Climate Change Is Fueling Migration. Do Climate Migrants Have Legal Protections? – Council on Foreign Relations

Susan Hayward, associate director of the Religious Literacy and the Professions Initiative at Harvard Divinity School, leads the conversation on religious literacy in international affairs.   FASKIANOS: Welcome to the final session of the Fall 2022 CFR Academic Webinar Series….

The United States Finally Joins a Global Climate Treaty That Phases Down HFCs – NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)

Projections of ozone layer depletion had the Montreal Protocol not been signed It worked: In 1987, countries came together and signed the Montreal Protocol, which began phasing out production of CFCs from the marketplace and replaced them with readily available,…

Disaster Survivors in Remote Areas Could be Kept Alive – By Edible Drones

Drones can be crucial during natural disasters by transporting supplies to people in need, but they can only carry about 30 percent of their mass as payload. What if the delivery drones themselves were made of food? Now, researchers have developed a small flying craft with wings made of rice cakes. The team at the […]

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