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9/17/21, Turning 10 – Climate Weekly
9/17/21, From obscurity to vital global service: Celebrating 10 years of Climate Home
9/17/21, Latest data shows rich countries little closer to $100bn climate finance promise
9/16/21, Oil and SUVs: Why Canada’s emissions have risen since Trudeau took office
9/15/21, EU commits €4 billion more to climate vulnerables, calls on the US to step up
9/15/21, Reader profile: Amelia Rose Khan wants Cop26 to close carbon accounting loopholes
9/14/21, Leftwing victory in Norway election puts oil exit at the heart of coalition talks
9/14/21, Barbados pursues ‘Norwegian model’: going green at home and drilling for oil
9/13/21, Conservationists set out ‘nature positive’ vision for global biodiversity deal
9/10/21, Conservationists back indigenous peoples’ call to protect 80% of the Amazon by 2025
9/10/21, Threading the needle on Afghan aid – Climate Weekly
9/9/21, To close the climate ambition gap, we must look beyond national targets
9/8/21, Displaced Afghan negotiator calls for climate aid to war-torn states
9/7/21, Reader profile: Will Ward is all about human-centred stories
9/7/21, UK rejects campaigners’ call to postpone Cop26 climate talks again
9/6/21, What is Cop26 and why does it matter? Your guide to the Glasgow climate summit
9/3/21, Waiting for Cop26 vaccines – Climate Weekly
9/3/21, On a mission: Evangelicals flock to the Amazon home of isolated tribes
9/3/21, Conservation summit opens amid debate over role of indigenous people
9/2/21, New York floods show subway systems must be prepared for climate change

Yale Environment 360
9/17/21, New Coal Plants Dwindle Amid Wave of Cancelled Projects
9/16/21, Why Saving World’s Peatlands Can Help Stabilize the Climate
9/15/21, They Knew: How the U.S. Government Helped Cause the Climate Crisis
9/14/21, Young People Are Experiencing Widespread Anxiety About Climate Inaction, Study Finds
9/13/21, More Than 200 Environmental Activists Murdered in 2020, the Most Ever
9/10/21, Indigenous People Gain Voice at Biodiversity Conference, Push to Conserve Amazon
9/9/21, Turning Hog Waste into Biogas: Green Solution or Greenwashing?
9/8/21, As the Planet Has Warmed, Weather Disasters Have Grown Fivefold, Analysis Shows
9/7/21, In Australia, Murdoch-Owned News Outlets Vow to Back Away From Climate Denial
9/3/21, Scientists See Link Between Arctic Warming and Texas Cold Snap
9/2/21, How Adding Rock Dust to Soil Can Help Get Carbon into the Ground
9/1/21, Beyond Extinction: A New Emphasis on Species Recovery
8/31/21, Wind Energy Accounted for 42 Percent of New U.S. Power in 2020
8/30/21, Climate Change Producing More "Fire Weather" as Far East as Oklahoma
8/27/21, Americans Moving to Disaster-Prone Areas, Despite Climate Change
8/25/21, The Dream of Carbon Air Capture Edges Toward Reality
8/24/21, Solar Briefly Overtakes Coal for the First Time in Australia
8/23/21, Push to Electrify Federal Fleet Could Yield Billions in Savings by 2030
8/20/21, Montreal Protocol Averted an Additional 2.5 Degrees C of Warming, Study Says
8/19/21, In Northeast India, Cement Plants Disrupt Forest and a Way of Life

U.S. Global Change Research Program
8/16/21, Fifth National Climate Assessment Update: August 2021
7/13/21, USGCRP Welcomes Allison Crimmins as Director of the Fifth National Climate Assessment
5/27/21, Dr. Mike Kuperberg Returns as USGCRP Executive Director
1/25/21, Updates on NCA5
1/25/21, NASA/JPL Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Satellite Launched
8/7/20, Remembering Dr. Mike Freilich
8/9/19, Remembering Tony Janetos
11/20/18, On the release of NCA4 Volume II and SOCCR2: A letter from the Acting Chair of the Subcommittee on Global Change Research and our Executive Director
7/23/18, Fourth National Climate Assessment Update: July 2018
5/4/18, Fourth National Climate Assessment Update: May 2018

NOAA State of the Climate updates
9/20/21, August 2021 National Climate Report
9/20/21, August 2021 Global Climate Report
9/20/21, August 2021 Regional Analysis
9/20/21, August 2021 Tropical Cyclones
9/20/21, August 2021 Tornadoes
9/20/21, August 2021 Synoptic Discussion
9/20/21, August 2021 Drought
9/20/21, August 2021 Wildfires
9/20/21, August 2021 Global Snow and Ice
9/20/21, August 2021 Upper Air

The Guardian
9/20/21, Labor and climate groups haven’t always been natural allies. These advocates are changing that
9/19/21, California wildfires: weather conditions worsen threat to giant sequoia trees
9/18/21, Ed Miliband: honour promises on jabs to poor countries to save Cop26 deal
9/17/21, World’s largest tree wrapped in fire-resistant blanket as California blaze creeps closer
9/17/21, US and EU pledge 30% cut in methane emissions to limit global heating
9/17/21, ‘Truly peculiar’: loggerhead turtles born in most northern spot ever recorded
9/17/21, Prince William’s Earthshot prize finalists include a schoolgirl and a city
9/17/21, Wildfires in California threaten world's biggest tree – video
9/16/21, Facebook steps up fight against climate misinformation – but critics say effort falls short
9/16/21, Exxon helped cause the climate crisis. It’s time they owned up | Mark Hertsgaard
9/16/21, Fashion faces a stark choice: stop flogging cheap clothes or go out of style | Jess Cartner-Morley
9/16/21, Labour condemns new trade secretary for tweets rejecting climate science
9/16/21, Your gas stove is polluting your own home. Go electric | Brady Seals
9/16/21, Whitehaven Coal’s Vickery mine given green light by environment minister
9/15/21, ‘Larger than usual’: this year’s ozone layer hole bigger than Antarctica
9/15/21, Grasslands have key role to play in saving the planet | Letter
9/15/21, PM scrapes barrel with prisons joke | Brief letters
9/15/21, Governments falling woefully short of Paris climate pledges, study finds
9/15/21, Bureau of meteorology warns of floods with double likelihood of La Niña predicted for Australia
9/15/21, Muscles and methane: how protein became the food industry’s biggest craze

Inside Climate News
9/19/21, Does Nature Have Rights? A Burgeoning Legal Movement Says Rivers, Forests and Wildlife Have Standing, Too
9/18/21, The Perilous State of Climate Action in Congress