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The next Houston. Disaster planners have long feared that a direct hurricane hit on Miami or New York could be even more catastrophic than Harvey.

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How an Illinois utility used wind, solar and... Ameren, in partnership with a Chicago-based smart-grid engineering firm, successfully completed a 24-hour “islanding” test earlier this month using wind, solar and battery storage.

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Chris Christie, hurricane expert. Gov. Chris Christie, a lame duck limping through his last few months as the most unpopular governor in the history of New Jersey, has found a way to be relevant again on a national scale.

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It’s time to ditch the concept of ‘100-year... The concept of the “100-year flood” is one of the most misunderstood terms in disaster preparedness.

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The reality of post-Olympic Rio. The 2016 Summer Games were supposed to bring Rio and Brazil to new financial and athletic heights. What's left behind? A city and country shrouded by corruption, debt and broken promises.

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Fears rise for US climate report as Trump... A sweeping US government report on the state of climate-change science is nearing the finish line, but researchers who wrote it aren’t ready to relax just yet.

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Climate threat to Tampa Bay area. It's time to get serious and for local officials in this low-lying, coastal region to play a significant role in a debate that involves the health, security, livelihoods, property and essential infrastructure for millions in the Tampa Bay area.

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Scientists investigate the bug destroying... Scientists are monitoring outbreaks of the spruce budworm, an insect that damages trees, in an attempt to better control its spread.

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Blistering heat wave threatens Seattle, where... The National Weather Service is predicting “widespread record highs” as a heat wave engulfs the Pacific Northwest.

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A drying climate threatens Africa’s coffee,... Uganda is pinning its hopes on its most valuable crop, though climate change is an obstacle to overcome.

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Zinke ridicules notion he threatened Murkowski. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke yesterday dismissed as "laughable" questions about his recent well-publicized phone calls to Alaska's senators and rejected characterizations of his calls as a "threat" to Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) over her vote against proceeding with health care debate.

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Carbon farming: California focus on soil to... A pioneering program in California aims to sequester carbon, improve water resources and boost plant growth, by treating the soil beneath farmers’ and ranchers’ feet as part of a living system.

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VIDEO: Island in the fires: A forest sanctuary... The winner of the 2017 Yale Environment 360 Video Contest explores how logging and prolonged fire seasons on the island of Borneo are menacing the world’s largest population of orangutans as well as other endangered primates.

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How the climate crisis could become a food... The world's food system is particularly vulnerable to freak weather — the exact type of event climate change is making more common.

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Commentary: Are we doomed? Let’s have a... We are approaching one of history’s great discontinuities. There is probably no technically and financially feasible energy pathway to enable those of us in highly industrialized countries to maintain current levels of energy usage very far into the future.

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Climate change will worsen nitrogen runoff,... More rain means more nitrogen runoff into rivers, fueling algae growth. Scientists expect a 19% increase in the U.S., and they're looking for solutions.

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Climate change drawing squid, anchovies and... Squid and anchovies, more commonly eaten by Britons holidaying abroad, are being drawn into UK waters in large numbers by climate change, according to major new report that suggests the nation’s long-lost bluefin tuna is also returning.

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The largest wind farm in the US is growing in... A new wind farm in Oklahoma could become the largest in the U.S. and wean states off coal-fired power plants.

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Shell preparing for world economy that shifts... Royal Dutch Shell is planning for the day when demand for oil starts fading as major economies move away from oil and increasingly turn to electric-powered cars, Chief Executive Ben van Beurden said Thursday.

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This oil law was sold as climate friendly. It... Congress can't claim many achievements these days, but its 2015 decision to lift a ban on crude oil exports and extend tax incentives for wind and solar is reshaping energy markets.

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An appeals court just pressed pause on the... The Trump administration is still doing its best to thwart the case.

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US House hacks away at renewable energy,... One area of energy funding the House spared as it voted on its 'minibus' budget bill was fossil fuel research. The Trump White House wanted deeper cuts.

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Barbados steps up plans for renewables, energy... With wind, solar and other renewable energy sources steadily increasing their share in energy consumption across the Caribbean, Barbados is taking steps to further reduce the need for CO2-emitting fossil fuel energy.

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England and Wales record warmest winter since... The winter of 2016 was the warmest for England and Wales in records that stretch back to 1910, the Met Office’s annual State of the UK Climate report revealed on Thursday.

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Drought slashes US spring wheat yield prospects. Hot and dry weather during the growing season slashed yield prospects for U.S. hard red spring wheat to the lowest in nearly a decade, scouts on an annual crop tour said on Thursday.

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As temperatures soar, desperate Gazans try any... As Middle East summer temperatures soar above 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit), Gazans are struggling to stay cool amid a power crisis, with less than four hours of electricity a day and little chance to run fans and air-conditioners.

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It’s not your imagination. Summers are... Summer temperatures have shifted toward more extreme heat over the past several decades.

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Electric cars win? Britain to ban new petrol... Britain will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040 in an attempt to reduce air pollution that could herald the end of over a century of reliance on the internal combustion engine.

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Questions remain as Gov. Brown signs... Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed legislation aimed at improving air quality in disadvantaged communities, a key step in shifting the debate over how the state fights climate change and an issue that has tested the influence of environmental justice advocates.

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Proposed Colombia dam threatens to wipe out... Scientists say newly discovered palms will be the “first to drown” under a planned Colombian dam that critics worry will displace human communities, destroy fragile ecosystems and release potent greenhouse gases.

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