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Want to find life on Mars? Look deep underground

A new study from researchers at Rutgers University suggests that the best place to look for evidence of life on Mars is deep underground, where geothermal heat melted subsurface ice.


New fellowships advance student, faculty efforts in climate education, sustainability

(University of Massachusetts Lowell) UMass Lowell faculty and students pursuing climate education or sustainability research that seeks to improve the environment have received funding to support their work through a university initiative dedicated to these issues.


ELECTION 2020: Shifting energy mix, younger voters swung Ariz., Ga. to Biden

President-elect Joe Biden is being celebrated for recapturing Midwestern states, but his most significant electoral accomplishment may be winning Arizona and Georgia, two states whose minimal reliance on fossil fuels could help him build a national coalition devoted to addressing climate change.


SWING STATES: Why Ga. might elect a climate president

The Atlanta suburbs have completed a remarkable flip that shows how Democrats can win states with diverse metro areas that are not dependent on fossil fuel industries and are open to climate messages.

Eight ways Trump has harmed the fight against global warming –

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Unprecedented energy use since 1950 has transformed humanity’s geologic footprint

(University of Colorado at Boulder) A new study makes clear the extraordinary speed and scale of increases in energy use, economic productivity and global population that have pushed the Earth towards a new geological epoch, known as the Anthropocene.