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4/12/24, SBTi’s rigid emissions rules don’t reflect business reality
4/11/24, SBTi needs tighter rules on companies’ indirect emissions
4/10/24, UN climate chief calls for “quantum leap in climate finance”
4/10/24, Spring Meetings can jump-start financial reform for food and climate 
4/9/24, Louisiana communities are suffering from Japan-funded LNG exports
4/9/24, European court rules climate inaction by states breaches human rights
4/8/24, Forest carbon accounting allows Guyana to stay net zero while pumping oil
4/5/24, Nigeria’s path to net zero should be fully lined with trees – and fairness
4/4/24, “Two steps forward, two steps back” – Governments off course for forest protection target
4/2/24, Zambia’s fossil-fuel subsidy cuts help climate and kids – but taxi drivers suffer
3/28/24, Cancellation of UN climate weeks removes platform for worst-hit communities
3/27/24, What will it take to protect India’s angry farmers from climate threats?
3/25/24, Expectations mount as loss and damage fund staggers to its feet
3/22/24, Climate leaders, oil bosses pitch alternate energy-transition realities
3/21/24, UN’s climate body faces “severe financial challenges” which put work at risk
3/21/24, African dismay at decision to host loss and damage advice hub in Geneva
3/20/24, Shipping sector pushes to keep emissions-tax cash for itself
3/19/24, In Somalia, Green Climate Fund tests new approach for left-out communities
3/18/24, Companies still missing in action on methane-cutting goals
3/15/24, Tesla EV gigafactory drives Germany’s latest climate justice struggle 
3/14/24, Paraguay’s carbon deal with Singapore beset by lobbying, lax rules
3/13/24, Fossil fuel industry under pressure to cut record-high methane emissions
3/12/24, Despite Putin promises, Russia’s emissions keep rising
3/11/24, Is water provision in drought-hit Zambia climate ‘loss and damage’ or adaptation?
3/7/24, UN climate fund axes Nicaragua forest project over human rights concerns
3/7/24, Fossil fuel firms seek UN carbon market cash for old gas plants
3/6/24, China steps away from 2025 energy efficiency goal
3/5/24, How to hold shipping financially accountable for its climate impacts
3/4/24, Germany uses funding to pressure climate groups on Israel-Gaza war
3/1/24, Global energy-related CO2 emissions hit record high in 2023 – IEA
2/29/24, Aid watchdog questions UK’s climate finance accounting
2/29/24, Nations fail to agree ban or research on solar geoengineering
2/28/24, When governments fund fossil fuels, it’s time to take them to court 
2/26/24, Clean, cheap or fair – which countries should pump the last oil and gas?
2/22/24, Revealed: UK civil servants’ secret doubts over climate techno-fixes
2/21/24, Despite Cop28 pledge, France keeps fossil fuel subsidies for farmers
2/20/24, Oil drilling while in the Energy Charter Treaty is economically reckless
2/20/24, Countries draw battle lines for talks on new climate finance goal
2/16/24, Loss and damage must be a focus of IPCC’s next reports
2/15/24, Switzerland proposes first UN expert group on solar geoengineering

Yale Environment 360
4/12/24, Study Reveals Vast Networks of 'Ghost Roads' in Asian Rainforests
4/11/24, With Sea Turtles in Peril, a Call for New Strategies to Save Them
4/10/24, Biggest Corporations Falling Short on Climate Goals
4/9/24, Jared Kushner Has Big Plans for Delta of Europe's Last Wild River
4/8/24, Potent Heat-Trapping Gases Being Smuggled Into Europe
4/5/24, Entries Invited for the Eleventh Annual Yale Environment 360 Film Contest
4/4/24, A Nuclear Power Revival Is Sparking a Surge in Uranium Mining
4/3/24, Noisy Summer Ahead for U.S. as Dueling Broods of Cicadas Emerge
4/2/24, Despite Official Vote, the Evidence of the Anthropocene Is Clear
4/1/24, Unexploded WWII Bombs Have Grown More Dangerous Over Time
3/29/24, Polar Ice Melt Is Altering the Rotation of the Earth, Affecting Timekeeping
3/28/24, At 11,500 Feet, a ‘Climate Fast’ to Save the Melting Himalaya
3/27/24, This Map Shows Where Planting Trees Would Make Climate Change Worse
3/26/24, Octopuses Are Highly Intelligent. Should They Be Farmed for Food?
3/25/24, In Our Age of Fire Suppression, Only the Biggest Blazes Survive
3/22/24, In Texas, the Heat Index Is Rising Faster Than the Temperature
3/21/24, Nations Are Undercounting Emissions, Putting UN Goals at Risk
3/20/24, As Carbon Air Capture Ramps Up, Major Hurdles Remain
3/19/24, More Than Half of Commutes Globally Made by Car, Study Finds
3/18/24, How Lightly Grazed Lands Can Lock Away Carbon

U.S. Global Change Research Program
8/18/23, U.S. Global Change Research Program Welcomes Dr. Stacy Aguilera-Peterson as Deputy Director for Research
4/24/23, U.S. Global Change Research Program Welcomes Dr. Julian Reyes as Deputy Director for Services
3/27/23, U.S. Global Change Research Program Welcomes Dr. Phillip Levin as Director of National Nature Assessment
2/9/23, Department of Homeland Security Becomes 14th Member of USGCRP
11/10/22, USGCRP at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2022
11/9/22, USGCRP hosting free webinars in support of National Climate Assessment
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

NOAA State of the Climate updates

The Guardian
4/9/24, Tenth consecutive monthly heat record alarms and confounds climate scientists
4/8/24, US meat lobby delighted at ‘positive’ prospects for industry after Cop28
4/6/24, ‘Simply mind-boggling’: world record temperature jump in Antarctic raises fears of catastrophe
4/3/24, The life and death of Rosa Reichel: the brilliant girl who was swept away
3/29/24, Copernicus online portal offers terrifying view of climate emergency
3/16/24, Scientists divided over whether record heat is acceleration of climate crisis
3/13/24, Total ban on CFCs by Europe: effort to save ozone layer – archive, 1989
3/8/24, Stephen Salter obituary
3/7/24, February was warmest on record globally, say scientists
2/25/24, Sunak stands with net zero and climate conspiracy group at farming protest
2/17/24, February on course to break unprecedented number of heat records
2/14/24, Amazon rainforest could reach ‘tipping point’ by 2050, scientists warn
2/14/24, Lab-grown ‘beef rice’ could offer more sustainable protein source, say creators
2/9/24, Atlantic Ocean circulation nearing ‘devastating’ tipping point, study finds
2/5/24, Ancient sea sponges at centre of controversial claim world has already warmed by 1.7C
2/4/24, How do you stop a glacier from melting? Simple – put up an underwater curtain
1/28/24, Climate scientist Mark Maslin: ‘We have all the technology we need to move to a cleaner, renewable world’
1/27/24, Race against time to unlock secrets of Erebus shipwreck and doomed Arctic expedition
1/21/24, Australia not prepared for how Antarctic ice changes will hit economy, scientist warns
1/13/24, Human ‘behavioural crisis’ at root of climate breakdown, say scientists

Inside Climate News
4/13/24, Alabama Mine Cited for 107 Federal Safety Violations Since Home Explosion Led to Grandfather’s Death, Grandson’s Injuries. Where Are State Officia
4/12/24, Taking Climate Change To Court
4/12/24, The Latest From ICN Midwest | April 12, 2024
4/12/24, Water From Arsenic-Laced Wells Could Protect the Pine Ridge Reservation From Wildfires
4/11/24, The Latest From ICN Mountain West | April 11, 2024
4/11/24, The Latest From ICN Texas | April 11, 2024
4/11/24, Water Scarcity and Clean Energy Collide in South Texas
4/11/24, The Latest From ICN Pennsylvania | April 11, 2024
4/10/24, The Latest From ICN Southwest | April 10, 2024
4/10/24, Scientists Are Studying the Funky Environmental Impacts of Eclipses—From Grid Disruptions to Unusual Animal Behavior

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