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Doom isn’t inevitable: My top 10 climate lessons from 2022 – Los Angeles Times

This is the Dec. 29, 2022, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California and the American West. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Another year gone by. Another 365…

MSU experts on COP27 climate change conference | MSUToday | Michigan State University – MSUToday

The United Nations’ annual climate summit, the 27th Conference of the Parties, or COP27, has convened in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, through Nov. 18 to discuss the global response to climate change. Several Michigan State University experts are available to discuss…

Most TV shows and movies ignore climate change. That’s a problem – Los Angeles Times

This is the Nov. 3, 2022, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California and the American West. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. The climate crisis is the biggest…

Global warming requires that Redlands conserve more water – Redlands News

As a professional engineer who has worked on water projects throughout Southern California, I can tell you that I am very concerned about climate change and how it is impacting water supplies locally and globally. Here in California our main…

Risk of catastrophic California ‘megaflood’ has doubled due to global warming, researchers say – Lookout Santa Cruz

Have something to say? Lookout welcomes letters to the editor, within our policies, from readers. Guidelines here. Even today, as California struggles with severe drought, global warming has doubled the likelihood that weather conditions will unleash a deluge as devastating…

Risk of catastrophic ‘megaflood’ has doubled for California – Los Angeles Times

Even today, as California struggles with severe drought, global warming has doubled the likelihood that weather conditions will unleash a deluge as devastating as the Great Flood of 1862, according to a UCLA study released Friday. In that inundation 160…

Alex Veilleux: Utah’s emergency drought declaration is an emergency climate declaration – Salt Lake Tribune

Last week Gov. Spencer Cox declared a state of emergency over the drought conditions in the state of Utah. It is important that the governor’s office is recognizing the dire outlook for water this upcoming summer, but we need to…

Climate Change: Your Questions About Causes and Effects, Answered – The New York Times

Reporters from the Climate Desk gathered reader questions and are here to help explain some frequent puzzlers. Published April 22, 2022Updated April 22, 2022 ImageCredit… Image What’s one thing you want to know about climate change? We asked, and hundreds of you…

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