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Earth is now our only shareholder.

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resourc...

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Could the Drying Up of Europe’s Great Rivers Be the New Normal?

From the Danube to the Loire, Europe’s prime rivers — lifelines for the continent’s economy — are running low after a brut...

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He bought the house 9 months ago. Then the ocean swept it away.

Ralph Patricelli had grand plans for the vacation home at 24235 Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, on a spit of land in the middle of North ...

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‘Who’s talking climate change now?’ energy producers say

Proponents of fossil fuel production hit back against efforts to tackle the climate crisis by urgently phasing out the burning of ...

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Why we still don’t yet know how bad climate migration will get

As sea levels rise, temperatures become unbearable, and disasters grow more severe, tens of millions of people may not be able to ...

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Climate groups say a change in coding can reduce bitcoin energy consumption by 99%

Bitcoin mining already uses as much energy as Sweden, according to some reports, and its booming popularity is revitalizing faili...

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U.N. to roll out global early-warning systems for extreme weather

LONDON, March 23 (Reuters) - With climate change fueling dangerous weather worldwide, the United Nations is pledging that early-wa...

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Law

The S.E.C. moves closer to enacting a sweeping climate disclosure rule

The Securities and Exchange Commission has said for the first time that public companies must tell their shareholders and the fede...

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Black Summer bushfire smoke altered ozone-depleting chemicals in atmosphere, study finds

As they circled the globe, massive plumes of smoke from the devastating Black Summer fires kickstarted changes in the atmospher...

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‘It’s a powerful feeling’: the Indigenous American tribe helping to bring back buffalo

The Rosebud Sioux nation in South Dakota aims to build the largest Indigenous owned herd to help food security and restore the lan...

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City trees and soil are sucking more carbon out of the atmosphere than previously thought

They may not have lungs like we do, but the soil and trees are breathing in and out all of the time. Trees take in carbon dioxide ...

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Floating offshore farms should increase production of seaweed

In many places where seaweed used to thrive, often growing in vast “forests”, it is disappearing. The cause is global warming,...

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