THIS WEEK’S TOP HEADLINES
A roundup of the most compelling current and/or timeless news stories about climate change this week, pulled from the most significant sources— newspapers, scientific studies, magazines, books, films, available video and audio streams, universities and organizations. If you are curious about last year’s top stories: here’s a link to the most pertinent climate change stories from the New York Times in 2020. And, if you are interested in how the media understood and covered the incredible heat oppressing the Pacific Northwest this June and July, take a look at this very well analyzed and synthesized piece by Carbon Brief.
U.S. Civil Engineers Bent the Rules to Give New Orleans Extra Protection from Hurricanes. Those Adjustments Might Have Saved the City During Ida
Corporate America launches massive lobbying blitz to kill key parts of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion economic plan
Good morning. Democrats are turning to the substantive negotiations on Biden’s biggest piece of legislation.
‘Where do I go?’ Thousands flee as Dixie Fire morphs into third-largest blaze in California’s history
A crucial ocean circulation is showing signs of instability. Its shutdown would have serious impacts on our weather.
Officials urge residents to flee as Dixie Fire, California’s biggest blaze this year, continues to grow
Opinion: Hey, world, are you noticing? Floods! Fires! Could it be time to do something about climate change?
Good morning. Summers in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., are hotter than Atlanta summers were not so long ago.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ARCHIVES
Quintessential articles from the archive not to be missed.