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A lawmaker who doesn’t believe humans are causing climate change is nevertheless leading a push to ensure Nebraska farmers are better prepared for extreme weather like the blizzards and flooding that hit the state this year.
Alaska has been America’s canary in the coal mine for climate warming, and the yellow bird is swooning.
Conservative groups are raising new legal questions about state attorneys general who are involved in climate litigation and hire outside lawyers to work on the issue.
The Interior Department says it’s “nearing completion” on 1.2 million acres of fuel treatments as forecasters predict that wildfire conditions will worsen.
Lawyers for prominent climate expert George Luber have officially filed a whistleblower complaint against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A heated email exchange between judges caused a stir in Washington, D.C., federal courts last week — putting a spotlight on judicial education focused on climate science.