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California’s Self-Inflicted Water Crisis Is Getting Worse Under Newsom

This year, California was hit by not one, but nine “atmospheric rivers” that drenched the state, flooded communities and filled reservoirs. The storm fronts are called “rivers” because they concentrate their punch over long, narrow areas. Despite the property damage,…

Habitat loss and climate change increase the risk of new diseases – The Economist

Although scientists have not determined how covid-19 emerged, the leading theory is zoonotic spillover (transmission from animals). The death toll from covid has given efforts to prevent future pandemics new urgency. A recent study in Nature on bats, which carry…

Coastal residents on climate change: “The ocean’s coming for you” – CBS News

Thirty years ago Jim Hartshorne looked out at the endless expanse of blue water and decided North Carolina’s Outer Banks felt like home. He said that back in 1993, sea level rise was not a concern. “I didn’t think it…

What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? – The Hill

What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? | The Hill Skip to content National Weather Service Atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming increasingly frequent and intense parts of the North…

A huge temperature rise threatens to unfold soon

A huge temperature rise threatens to unfold, as the already dire situation threatens to turn catastrophic due to the combined impact of a number of developments and feedbacks.  The upcoming El Niño Temperatures are currently suppressed as we’re in the…

What Climate Change Means for Central America, With Paul J. Angelo – Council on Foreign Relations

LINDSAY:Welcome to The President’s Inbox, a CFR podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. I’m Jim Lindsay, director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. This week’s topic is what climate change means for Central America….

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