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1/19/22, A for targets, D for action: Joe Biden’s first year on climate, graded
1/18/22, Judge rejects campaigners’ bid to curb UK oil production
1/17/22, Egypt names foreign minister Sameh Shoukry to lead Cop27 climate talks
1/14/22, What declining oil production looks like – Climate Weekly
1/14/22, Haven of African elephants at risk, say park rangers decrying poor pay and conditions
1/13/22, Why Shell is becoming a softer target for climate campaigners
1/12/22, Germany ‘must triple pace of emissions cuts’ to meet 2030 target
1/11/22, Typhoon Rai’s trail of destruction in the Philippines reignites loss and damage calls
1/10/22, Researchers are excited by ‘tantalising’ prospect of open IEA energy data
1/7/22, A race for lithium is sparking fears of water shortages in northern Argentina
1/7/22, Make climate justice a resolution for 2022 – Climate Weekly
1/6/22, EU lawmaker calls for carbon border tax revenues to boost climate finance
1/5/22, What to watch in 2022: critical moments and issues for climate diplomacy
1/4/22, ‘Extraordinary progress’ – Beijing meets air pollution goals after coal crackdown
12/30/21, Colombian fishers are fighting for their rights and protection of vital wetlands
12/28/21, Nine must-read climate change stories of 2021 from around the world
12/27/21, 2021 in coal: China’s dirty recovery mars international finance crackdown
12/23/21, Goodbye to 2021, you plague-ridden paradox – Climate Weekly
12/23/21, Solar power has changed Syrian refugees’ lives in Jordan – and they want more
12/23/21, Climate Home News quiz of 2021

Yale Environment 360
1/20/22, From Fertilizer to Fuel: Can ‘Green’ Ammonia Be a Climate Fix?
1/19/22, North Sea Fossil Fuel Companies Plan to Invest More in Wind than Oil Drilling
1/18/22, Amid Pandemic, Tribal-Run Conservation in Africa Proves Resilient
1/14/22, Berlin Looks to Create Car-Free Zone Larger Than Manhattan
1/13/22, An Amazon Defender Stands Up for Her Land and Her People
1/12/22, U.S. To See Wave of Coal Power Retirements, While Oil Output Ramps Up
1/11/22, Across the Boreal Forest, Scientists Are Tracking Warming’s Toll
1/10/22, 2021 Rated One of the Hottest Years Ever as CO2 Levels Hit Record High
1/7/22, As Deforestation Grows in the Brazilian Savanna, Government Ends Monitoring
1/6/22, French Car Ads Will Soon Be Required to Discourage Driving
1/5/22, Can Synthetic Palm Oil Help Save the World’s Tropical Forests?
1/4/22, Beijing Meets Air Quality Standards for the First Time
1/3/22, EVs Made Up Two-Thirds of New Cars Sales in Norway Last Year
12/31/21, Satellite Images of Our Changing Earth in 2021
12/29/21, Kentucky to Build State's Largest Solar Project on Former Coal Mine
12/27/21, For the European Union, 2021 Was a Banner Year for Solar Power
12/24/21, A Series of Droughts Has Weakened the Amazon’s Resilience, Study Finds
12/22/21, Bugs Are Evolving to Eat Plastic, Study Finds
12/20/21, Climate Clues from the Past Prompt a New Look at History
12/17/21, The Twelve Days of Christmas Have Grown More Than 8 Degrees F Warmer in Parts of the U.S.

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
12/27/21, November 2021 National Climate Report
12/27/21, November 2021 Global Climate Report
12/27/21, November 2021 Regional Analysis
12/27/21, November 2021 Tornadoes
12/27/21, November 2021 Synoptic Discussion
12/27/21, November 2021 National Snow and Ice
12/27/21, November 2021 Drought
12/27/21, November 2021 Wildfires
12/27/21, November 2021 Tropical Cyclones
12/27/21, November 2021 Global Snow and Ice

The Guardian
1/11/22, We study ocean temperatures. The earth’s seas just broke a heat increase record | John Abraham
1/7/22, More than 400 weather stations beat heat records in 2021
12/29/21, I’m a climate scientist. Don’t Look Up captures the madness I see every day | Peter Kalmus
12/28/21, Telling people to ‘follow the science’ won’t save the planet. But they will fight for justice | Amy Westervelt
12/23/21, ‘We need a new commons’: how city life can offer us the vital power of connection
12/2/21, Climate cost study authors accuse Bjørn Lomborg of misinterpreting results | Temperature Check
12/1/21, Poverty, not climate breakdown, caused Madagascar’s food crisis, finds study
11/11/21, ‘We are not on course’: scientists warn action must match words at Cop26
11/10/21, Leading climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe: ‘You have the ability to use your voice’
11/7/21, Jobs at risk without boost in research investment, peak body warns after Scott Morrison praises scientists
11/6/21, ‘Dangerous blindspot’: why overlooking blue carbon could sink us
11/5/21, Cop26: are we finally saying goodbye to coal?
11/4/21, Climate depression is real. And it is spreading fast among our youth | Peter Kalmus
11/3/21, Europe’s record summer ‘impossible’ without global heating
11/2/21, Fiddling with plastics while the planet burns | Letters
11/2/21, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh obituary
11/1/21, The big idea: Is democracy up to the task of climate change?
10/31/21, We’re in uncharted territory for the world’s climate, UN says
10/31/21, Saving Us by Katharine Hayhoe review – across the climate crisis divide
10/31/21, Cop26: Boris Johnson talks the talk but can he really deliver a climate deal?

Inside Climate News
1/20/22, Inside Clean Energy: Wind and Solar Costs Have Risen. How Long Should We Expect This Trend to Last?
1/20/22, Wind and Solar Costs Have Risen. How Long Should We Expect This Trend to Last?
1/19/22, Florida’s Red Tides Are Getting Worse and May Be Hard to Control Because of Climate Change
1/18/22, Today's Climate - Exxon’s New Net-Zero Goal May Not Mean All You Think
1/18/22, The U.S. Military Emits More Carbon Dioxide Into the Atmosphere Than Entire Countries Like Denmark or Portugal
1/17/22, Inspired by King’s Words, Experts Say the Fight for Climate Justice Anywhere is a Fight for Climate Justice Everywhere
1/16/22, Heading for a Second Term, Fed Chair Jerome Powell Bucks a Global Trend on Climate Change
1/15/22, 6 Charts Show the Post-Pandemic Carbon Emissions Boom