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  • Where Did China’s Missing Carbon Emissions Go?

    Where Did China’s Missing Carbon Emissions Go?0

    The pollution caused by China’s coal use gets a great deal of attention, and for good reason. It causes health problems in both China and America — helping to kill 4,000 Chinese people per day and traveling across the Pacific Ocean to increase smog levels in the western United States.

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  • Fires in Washington May Burn Until Winter

    Fires in Washington May Burn Until Winter0

    The Okanogan Complex wildfire in Washington State has become the largest wildfire in state history, burning more than 400 square miles and counting, beating another fire that earned the dubious title just last year.

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  • Texas Floods Linked to Climate Change

    Texas Floods Linked to Climate Change0

    A new study directly links human-caused global warming to the catastrophic flooding in Texas and Oklahoma this spring. In May, more than 35 trillion gallons of water fell on Texas — enough to cover the entire state in eight inches of water. More than two dozen people were killed, and it was the wettest single month

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  • Scotland Bans Genetically Modified Crops

    Scotland Bans Genetically Modified Crops0

    As if we needed more reasons to love Scotland … In a move that has garnered praise from environmentalists and sharp criticism from farmers, Scotland recently announced it would move to ban the growing of genetically modified crops throughout the country.

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  • Enormous Algae Bloom at Lake Erie Is Back

    Enormous Algae Bloom at Lake Erie Is Back0

    For the second year in a row, a harmful algae bloom is beginning to form in Lake Erie — and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has predicted that this year’s algae bloom could rival that of 2011, the most severe bloom on record.

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  • New Zealand Will Put an End to Coal by 2018

    New Zealand Will Put an End to Coal by 20180

    Apparently New Zealand is finally ready to throw their domestic coal habit into Mount Doom — by 2018, the country will cease to use coal as a source of domestic energy production. And we love them for it. 

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