Environment

To Avoid River Flooding, Go With the Flow, the Dutch Say

The Netherlands, accustomed to wet weather, was midway through what would become one of the wettest Julys on record, and…

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Biden is set to visit storm-ravaged areas of New York and New Jersey.

President Biden is scheduled on Tuesday to visit areas of New York and New Jersey that were battered by the…

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Climate protesters with disabilities get creative | DW | 07.09.2021

When Cecile Lecomte joined the anti-nuclear movement nearly two decades ago, she was a national climbing champion and quickly began to…

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Climate protestors with disabilities get creative | DW | 07.09.2021

When Cécile Lecomte joined the anti-nuclear movement nearly two decades ago, she was a national climbing champion, and quickly began…

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Rupert Murdoch’s Australia News Outlets to Ease Their Climate Denial

SYDNEY, Australia — After years of casting doubt on climate change and attacking politicians who favored corrective action, Rupert Murdoch’s…

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Biden to Visit Northeast Flood Zones as Demand Grows for Climate Action

As residents scrambled to clean up and assess damage from catastrophic flash floods that swept the Northeast last week, President…

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Berlin universities (almost) banish meat from canteens | DW | 04.09.2021

Marinated soy strips in curry and vegetarian dumplings are some of the meals that will be introduced during the new…

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El Paraná se marchita y con él, se seca un pilar económico de Sudamérica

ROSARIO, Argentina — El pescador se levantó temprano una mañana reciente, golpeó los contenedores de combustible de su pequeña embarcación…

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43 Die as Deadliest Storm Since Sandy Devastates the Northeast

Part of the reason more people died in New York than in the South is that residents of coastal Louisiana…

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Louisiana High School Sports Meet a Mighty Opponent: Climate Change

“I’ll take this over Katrina,” said Fitte, a former star running back at the school. “We’re looking at a couple…

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