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Sydney’s Swelter Has a Climate Change Link, Scientists Say

NYTimes - Environment - Wed, 03/01/2017 - 22:01
Heat waves like those that affected southeastern Australia early this year are much more likely with human-caused global warming, a study has found.
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Mount Etna, Europe’s Most Active Volcano, Puts On a Show

NYTimes - Environment - Wed, 03/01/2017 - 11:22
The volcano roared to life this week on the island of Sicily in an eruption that could be seen for miles.
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Travel Tips: How to Have a Green Vacation

NYTimes - Environment - Wed, 03/01/2017 - 05:00
Find a hotel that is environmentally friendly, try to bike or walk, eat local — and don’t buy plastic water bottles.
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Take a Number: For Some Arctic Plants, Spring Arrives Almost a Month Earlier

NYTimes - Environment - Tue, 02/28/2017 - 17:16
Many plants in Greenland are beginning to emergeearlier, with possible consequences for the low Arctic ecosystem, scientists find.
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In California, a Move to Ease the Pressures on Aging Dams

NYTimes - Environment - Tue, 02/28/2017 - 03:00
A tract of farmland, inadvertently flooded, shows a “softer” path to managing the state’s immense water system in an era of climate change.
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Trending: New Priority for Ocean Resorts: Restoring Reefs

NYTimes - Environment - Mon, 02/27/2017 - 13:12
Resorts in places like the Maldives, Bali and Malaysia are working to rebuild damaged coral reefs, and guests can help.
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Trilobites: How Far to the Next Forest? A New Way to Measure Deforestation

NYTimes - Environment - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 11:29
Researchers develop a new metric on deforestation, hoping the information will guide conservation and educate the public.
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Xochimilco Journal: An Aquatic Paradise in Mexico, Pushed to the Edge of Extinction

NYTimes - Environment - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 08:30
Experts say that the exploitation of wetlands in southern Mexico City could lead to the destruction of the area’s bucolic canals within a few years.
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How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor

NYTimes - Environment - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:29
A retired scientist became a hero to some climate-change deniers after he criticized his former boss at NOAA over data handling.
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A Push for Diesel Leaves London Gasping Amid Record Pollution

NYTimes - Environment - Fri, 02/17/2017 - 18:55
Britain’s efforts to aid the environment have inadvertently led to a spike in an even more insidious form of air pollution than the deadly smog of 1952.
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E.P.A. Workers Try to Block Pruitt in Show of Defiance

NYTimes - Environment - Thu, 02/16/2017 - 14:56
Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency are calling their senators to try to defeat Scott Pruitt’s confirmation to run the agency.
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Matter: Disappearing Seagrass Protects Against Pathogens, Even Climate Change, Scientists Find

NYTimes - Environment - Thu, 02/16/2017 - 13:00
An ecological cornerstone is vanishing rapidly from the oceans, and scientists fear the consequences for climate change, fisheries and disease.
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First Words: Is the ‘Anthropocene’ Epoch a Condemnation of Human Interference — or a Call for More?

NYTimes - Environment - Tue, 02/14/2017 - 04:00
When some climate scientists began saying we’d entered a new epoch, they meant to draw attention to human effects on climate. Now, to their dismay, it’s become a tech call to arms for more disruption.
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A Race to Document Rare Plants Before These Cliffs Are Ground to Dust

NYTimes - Environment - Mon, 02/13/2017 - 11:44
The species native to Cambodia’s limestone karsts exist nowhere else. Now these unique environments are being pulverized for cement.
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The Debunker: No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say

NYTimes - Environment - Tue, 02/07/2017 - 14:41
A British tabloid said American government scientists overstated global temperatures to influence climate talks. Other scientists say that did not happen.
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Guardians of a Vast Lake, and a Refuge for Humanity

NYTimes - Environment - Tue, 02/07/2017 - 04:01
Great Bear Lake in Canada is the first Unesco Biosphere Reserve led by an indigenous community. They guard it as if it were the last hope for humanity. They may have a point.
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Scott Pruitt Is Seen Cutting the E.P.A. With a Scalpel, Not a Cleaver

NYTimes - Environment - Sun, 02/05/2017 - 18:33
President Trump’s nominee, who is expected to be confirmed this week, knows as well as anyone the legal limits on deregulation.
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