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New diesel cars no better for environment than petrol cars: report
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Melting Arctic ice cap falls to well below average
The Guardian • Damian Carrington, Agencies
It takes just 4 years to detect human warming of the oceans | John Abraham
The Guardian • John Abraham
Boston To Host International Climate Summit In 2018
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What Sound Does an Iceberg Make When It Breaks Off the Ice Shelf?
Slate • Devi Lockwood
Helping Young Children Build 21st-Century Skills
Getting Smart • Guest Author
Is Climate Change The Swan Song Of The Black-Capped Chickadee?
WBUR • Cognoscenti
Malcolm Turnbull says energy target legislated 'while Tony was prime minister'
The Guardian • Katharine Murphy Political Editor
India ready to work above and beyond Paris climate deal: Sushma Swaraj
The Economic Times of India • Pti
President Trump’s claim that ‘we’ve had bigger storms’ than Harvey and Irma
Washington Post • Nicole Lewis
 
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Auto Industry, Climate Change
New diesel cars no better for environment than petrol cars: report
ReutersReuters Staff
BERLIN () - New diesel cars do not produce less of the environmentally damaging carbon dioxide than petrol cars, a group of newspapers cited the German Transport Ministry as saying on Wednesday, in a potential further headache for the auto sector. The...
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Climate Change, Oceans
Melting Arctic ice cap falls to well below average
The GuardianDamian Carrington, Agencies
The Arctic ice cap melted to hundreds of thousands of square miles below average this summer, according to data released late on Tuesday. Climate change is pushing temperatures up most rapidly in the polar regions and left the extent of Arctic sea...
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Climate Change, Energy & Utilities
It takes just 4 years to detect human warming of the oceans | John Abraham
The GuardianJohn Abraham
We’ve known for decades that the Earth is warming, but a key question is, how fast? Another key question is whether the warming is primarily caused by human activities. If we can more precisely measure the rate of warming and the natural...
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Barack Obama, Climate Change
Boston To Host International Climate Summit In 2018
WBURWbur
Officials from cities around the world will meet in Boston next summer to discuss how to combat global warming on a local level. Mayor Marty Walsh decided to hold the summit after the U.S. State Department told him a meeting of the...
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Climate Change
What Sound Does an Iceberg Make When It Breaks Off the Ice Shelf?
SlateDevi Lockwood
John Sonntag/NASA On July 12, when one of the largest icebergs ever recorded broke away from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf and into the Weddell Sea, no one was around to hear it. But over the next two weeks in Chicago, tens...
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Climate Change, EdTech
Helping Young Children Build 21st-Century Skills
Getting SmartGuest Author
The development of 21st-century skills begins early–we would argue as early as 18 months old. Which is why the Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) advocates for the integration of 21st-century skills (anchored in the 4Cs: critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity)...
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Agriculture, Biodiversity
Is Climate Change The Swan Song Of The Black-Capped Chickadee?
WBURCognoscenti
Like what you read here? Sign up for our twice-weekly newsletter. A report released days ago by Mass Audubon spells out grim news for birds in Massachusetts — the warming climate threatens 43 percent of the species that breed here. The corrosive...
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Electricity Markets, Energy Policy
Malcolm Turnbull says energy target legislated 'while Tony was prime minister'
The GuardianKatharine Murphy Political Editor
Malcolm Turnbull says Australia has a renewable energy target now because of decisions Tony Abbott took as prime minister, and he claims the Coalition is “united” in ensuring that Australians have affordable and reliable energy. Turnbull’s sideswipe at Abbott followed the former...
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Carbon Markets , Climate Change
India ready to work above and beyond Paris climate deal: Sushma Swaraj
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
UNITED NATIONS: India on Wednesday reaffirmed its commitment to the landmark Paris climate change agreement, saying it is willing to "work above and beyond" the pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, during a UN 'Leadership Summit on...
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Climate Change, Elections & Polls
President Trump’s claim that ‘we’ve had bigger storms’ than Harvey and Irma
Washington PostNicole Lewis
When asked if the recent hurricanes changed his views on climate change, the president pointed to storms in the 1930s and 1940s. (Meg Kelly/The ) The Facts The Pinocchio Test Verdict Pending You’re all set! See all newsletters true The story must...
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