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Columbia Climate’s Hot 23

The news agency Reuters produced a list of top climate scientists. Columbia researchers comprise a significant number.

California drought forces 15m salmon to take unusual route to Pacific: by road

New York’s Indian Point nuclear power plant closes after 59 years of operation

Upper Arlington’s Wind-energy Deal Latest In Series Of Environmental Sustainability Initiatives

Glacier Melt Leads to Increased Carbon Dioxide Levels Due to These Tiny Fungi

New research out of the University of Leeds links reduced glacier cover to higher rates of fungal decomposition of organic material in rivers. If these rates continue to increase, it could contribute to further disruption to the planet’s carbon cycle.

How youth climate court cases became a global trend

From the rise of the youth plaintiff to greenwashing claims, Climate Home News explores the major trends in climate litigation

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Clean Meat and Cute Monsters

Description: Production of meat and seafood around the world will double to 1.2 trillion pounds by 2050. Our planet cannot afford to supply the water, fuel, pesticides, and fertilizer that industrialized animal production requires. It can’t afford the polluted water or the biodiversity loss. It can’t afford the moral inconsistencies. And we think it’s unlikely […]

In defence of net zero – Climate Weekly

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