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7/5/22, Hali Hewa episode 2: Climate science
7/4/22, US proposes up to 11 new offshore oil leases, under industry pressure
7/1/22, An uncertain climate partner – Climate Weekly
7/1/22, ‘The world is getting tired of this’: Supreme Court deals blow to US climate credibility
7/1/22, The Arctic community that chose conservation over Big Oil
7/1/22, My people have lived in the Amazon for 6,000 years: You need to listen to us
6/30/22, Germany, Italy moot support for gas export facility in Argentina
6/29/22, Europe must set robust clean hydrogen standards to mobilise MENA investment
6/28/22, Germany, Italy push G7 into watering down pledge to end overseas gas finance
6/27/22, Dutch government issues world-first cap on flights from European hub
6/27/22, Campaigners call on António Guterres to rescue ‘imperilled’ biodiversity deal
6/24/22, Bumpy road to a clean future – Climate Weekly
6/24/22, Indonesia is learning lessons from South Africa’s tough energy transition deal talks
6/24/22, EU and UK will end investment protection for fossil fuels in 10 years
6/23/22, Germany, Japan must not water down G7 commitment to end fossil fuel finance
6/22/22, Ukraine and Covid leave aid agencies struggling to respond to Bangladesh floods
6/21/22, Japanese and Korean industry push gas on Vietnam amid campaigner crackdown
6/21/22, Ibrahim Thiaw appointed interim UN Climate Change head
6/21/22, It’s time to put Indigenous Peoples first at the UN biodiversity talks
6/20/22, Colombia’s new president Gustavo Petro pledges to keep fossil fuels in the ground
6/17/22, Urgency fizzles out in Bonn – Climate Weekly
6/17/22, Data exclusive: The ‘junk’ carbon offsets revived by the Glasgow Pact
6/17/22, EU blocks bespoke fund for climate victims as rich nations moot alternatives
6/16/22, Patricia Espinosa: Some rich nations felt demands on finance were ‘too strong’
6/15/22, China rejects ‘major emitter’ label in talks to step up climate action
6/15/22, Hali Hewa episode 1: Youth and women
6/14/22, Saudi Arabia’s senior negotiator Ayman Shasly steps back from climate talks
6/14/22, EU lawmakers form cross-party coalition to block gas and nuclear from green taxonomy
6/13/22, Nature restoration and carbon removal are not the same. Here’s why it matters
6/10/22, Tanzanian authorities seen opening fire on Maasai people in game reserve dispute
6/10/22, German minister backs Middle East ‘peace through water’ plan
6/10/22, Frustration turns to anger – Climate Weekly
6/9/22, US solar installers ‘breathe sigh of relief’ as Biden eases protectionism
6/9/22, ‘Politically motivated’: Russian authorities seek to remove climate activist’s citizenship
6/9/22, Introducing: The Hali Hewa Podcast
6/7/22, Island states say fund for climate disaster victims must be created by Cop27
6/7/22, Climate lawyers challenge EU support for gas pipelines
6/7/22, Deadly heatwaves show why India needs to get serious on climate adaptation
6/2/22, EU must go beyond weak global rules in its regulation of shipping emissions
6/1/22, ‘Furious and disappointed’: African activists excluded from Stockholm+50 summit

Yale Environment 360
7/5/22, Bringing Back the Beasts: Global Rewilding Plans Take Shape
6/30/22, U.S. Supreme Court Limits EPA's Authority to Combat Climate Change
6/29/22, In World First, Netherlands Caps Flights at Major Airport to Cut Pollution
6/28/22, Will a Nile Canal Project Dry Up Africa’s Largest Wetland?
6/27/22, Dangerous Viruses Can Survive in Fresh Water by Clinging to Plastic Waste, Study Finds
6/24/22, Honduran Power Company President Who Orchestrated Environmentalist's Assassination Sentenced to 22 Years
6/23/22, The Living City: Weaving Nature Back Into the Urban Fabric
6/22/22, Post-Flood Yellowstone Rebuilding Could Cost More Than $1 Billion
6/21/22, Bitcoin’s Intensive Energy Demands Are Sparking a Crypto Backlash
6/17/22, Once-Common California Bumble Bees Have Gone Missing
6/16/22, How Russia’s War Is Putting Green Tech Progress in Jeopardy
6/15/22, Office Building in Australia to Be Covered in 'Solar Skin' of More Than 1,000 Panels
6/14/22, Pollen and Heat: A Looming Challenge for Global Agriculture
6/13/22, After More Than a Decade of Drought, Chile's Peñuelas Lake Has Nearly Vanished
6/10/22, 'Superworms' Survive on Polystyrene Diet With Help of Gut Bacteria, Study Shows
6/9/22, Wrong Turn: America’s Car Culture and the Road Not Taken
6/8/22, New Zealand Looks to Price Emissions From Belching Sheep and Cattle
6/7/22, Solution or Band-Aid? Carbon Capture Projects Are Moving Ahead
6/6/22, After Long Decline, Eastern Monarchs Show Signs of Recovery, Survey Finds
6/3/22, Melting Glacier in Chile Reveals Trove of Ichthyosaur Fossils

U.S. Global Change Research Program
3/8/22, Fifth National Climate Assessment Update: March 2022
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

NOAA State of the Climate updates
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly National Climate Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Global Climate Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Regional Analysis
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Tornadoes Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Synoptic Discussion
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Global Snow and Ice Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Upper Air Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Drought Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Wildfires Report
7/5/22, May 2022 Monthly Tropical Cyclones Report

The Guardian
6/28/22, Climate change role clear in many extreme events but social factors also key, study finds
6/20/22, Truthful climate reporting shifts viewpoints, but only briefly, study finds
6/11/22, Thirty years of climate summits: where have they got us?
6/10/22, It’s not your imagination, US summers are hotter than ever before
6/9/22, ‘Triple La Niña’: Australia may face another summer of flooding rains, US expert warns
6/2/22, Global heating is turning white Alps green, study finds
5/30/22, Greenhouse gas removal ‘not a silver bullet to achieve net zero’
5/18/22, ‘World is at boiling point’: humanity must redefine relationship with nature, says report
5/18/22, Critical climate indicators broke records in 2021, says UN
5/17/22, Shut down fossil fuel production sites early to avoid climate chaos, says study
5/15/22, Caesar’s favourite herb was the Viagra of ancient Rome. Until climate change killed it off
5/13/22, ‘Pee for the peonies’: researchers say urine fertilizers encourage blooms – and there’s never a shortage
5/13/22, South Africa’s April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say
5/11/22, Revealed: the ‘carbon bombs’ set to trigger catastrophic climate breakdown
5/9/22, Climate limit of 1.5C close to being broken, scientists warn
4/27/22, Matt Canavan declares net zero policy is ‘all over’, opening rift in the Coalition – video
4/23/22, Twitter uses Earth Day to announce ban on climate denialism ads
4/20/22, Using geoengineering to slow global heating risks malaria rise, say scientists
4/5/22, When will the world reach 1.5C of global heating?
4/4/22, World on 'fast track to climate disaster', says UN secretary general – video

Inside Climate News
7/4/22, A Vast Refinery Site in Philadelphia Is Being Redeveloped and Called ‘The Bellwether District.’ But for Black Residents Nearby, Justice Awaits
7/3/22, Baltimore’s ‘Catastrophic Failures’ at Wastewater Treatment Have Triggered a State Takeover, a Federal Lawsuit and Citizen Outrage
7/2/22, What to Know About the Supreme Court’s Ruling in West Virginia v. EPA