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OPEC members urge oil-producing countries to pay more attention to renewable energy

[ad_1] This story was originally published on protector And copied here as Climate Service Desk cooperate. Minister of Finance IraqAs…

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How rising sea levels make hurricanes like Ida more destructive

[ad_1] When Hurricane Ida made landfall in Port Fuljeong, Louisiana on Sunday, the wind speed of the Category 4 storm…

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How one town put politics aside to save itself from fire

[ad_1] They assembled in the parking lot outside the ranger station in Ashland, Oregon. They parked bikes, stepped out of…

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Research: The public is very confused about your climate change terminology

[ad_1] If you have ever frowned and tried to remember the meaning of “relief,” then you are not alone. Many…

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Aboriginal communities in Louisiana face a long recovery from Hurricane Ida

[ad_1] When Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana on Sunday, New Orleans was not the only target. Several Native American communities were…

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Hurricane Ida shows New Orleans trying to escape disaster through police

[ad_1] A few days after Hurricane Katrina swept southeastern Louisiana in 2005, Captain James Scott of the New Orleans Police…

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When the faucet dries

[ad_1] On the rugged streets of Detroit, community organizer Sylvia Orduño has been helping the city’s most vulnerable residents for…

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Hurricane Ida and the upcoming deportation crisis

[ad_1] Hurricane Ida hit one of the poorest areas in the country, driving floodwaters to communities along the Gulf of…

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Leaded gasoline is finally gone-but its toxic legacy still exists

[ad_1] In 1921, General Motors engineers discovered that tetraethyl lead can make internal combustion engines run more smoothly and reduce…

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The science behind super hurricanes like Ida

[ad_1] Less than a week ago, Hurricane Ida was called Tropical Depression 9, a whirlpool of energy in the Caribbean…

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