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Arctic is warming four times faster than rest of globe, new study says – Axios

Human-caused climate change has been warming the Arctic nearly four times faster than the globe since 1979, researchers in Finland said in a new study released Thursday in the journal Communications Earth and Environment. Why it matters: The study indicates…

Climate change reversing 900 years of cooling in Gulf of Maine – The Hill

Story at a glance In an effort to chronicle changing water temperatures in the Gulf of Maine, researchers assessed data collected from shells and simulated variability through climate models. They found that following a prolonged period of cooling, climate change…

How climate change spurs megadroughts – Grist

On an afternoon in late June, the San Luis Reservoir — a 9-mile lake about an hour southeast of San Jose, California — shimmered in 102-degree heat. A dusty, winding trail led down into flatlands newly created by the shrinking…

Diabetes Might Be Cured Using Healthy Stool Samples, Say Researchers at UCSD

Experiments found microscopic organisms transplanted into mice stopped the progression of diabetes—and the technique could end the need for painful insulin injections for human patients in the future. It involves engineering E.coli bacteria from stool samples, which also has the potential to treat a range of gut conditions— from obesity to irritable bowel syndrome. Residing […]

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Too hot to play! Childhood obesity and inactivity increasing because of climate change – Study Finds

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — Kids today are nearly a third less aerobically fit than their parents at the same age and one researcher says it could be because of climate change. Scientists say that record highs of obesity and physical inactivity…

The Supreme Court’s Own Goal on Climate Change – Lawfare

In 1970, Sen. Roman Hruska of Nebraska achieved a dubious immortality when he argued that mediocrity deserves “a little representation” on the Supreme Court in remarks supporting the failed nomination of G. Harrold Carswell. Were he alive today, Hruska could…

How the New Climate Bill Would Reduce Emissions – The New York Times

A majorclimate and energy package announced last week in a deal by Senate Democrats would put the United States much closer to its goal of cutting global warming pollution in half by 2030, several new independent analyses have concluded. U.S….

Climate Brief: Turning the global warming tide takes all of us – Daily Kos

My sign for the community Lies will not change reality. Global warming threatens our health, lifestyles and survival. There will be no survival of the healthiest, or the richest or the strongest. Each of us will be affected. Each of…

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