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A River in Flux

Inside Climate News

Extreme flooding and droughts may be the new norm for the Amazon, challenging its people and ecosystems. By Daniel Grossman This project was originally published in Science magazine. The story was supported by the Pulitzer Center and the Pendleton Mazer Family Fund.

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In Countries Facing Scorching Heat, Shade Trees and Cheap Cooling Strategies Gain Traction

Scientific American

Countries from Sierra Leone to Mexico are looking for low-cost, easy ways to protect residents from extreme heat, such as planting shade trees and setting up warning systems

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AI chatbots beat humans at persuading their opponents in debates

New Scientist

When people were challenged to debate contentious topics with a human or GPT-4, they were more likely to be won over by the artificial intelligence

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50 Fish, 50 States: Bass of the Waterfalls

Cool Green Science

The shoal bass faces some serious threats. But a new legion of fans bring hope for this species. The post 50 Fish, 50 States: Bass of the Waterfalls appeared first on Cool Green Science.

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Manufacturing Sustainability Surge: Your Guide to Data-Driven Energy Optimization & Decarbonization

Speaker: Kevin Kai Wong, President of Emergent Energy Solutions

In today's industrial landscape, the pursuit of sustainable energy optimization and decarbonization has become paramount. Manufacturing corporations across the U.S. are facing the urgent need to align with decarbonization goals while enhancing efficiency and productivity. Unfortunately, the lack of comprehensive energy data poses a significant challenge for manufacturing managers striving to meet their targets.

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94 New Articles - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA

PA Environment Daily

Here are 94 new stories in the PA Environment Digest about individuals, groups, local governments, farmers, businesses, watershed groups and many more working all across Pennsylvania to restore and protect the environment and show others the beauty that surrounds us. Thank you for your leadership! -- Feature- Remembering March 28, 1979 At The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant - The Accident No One Thought Would Happen [PaEN] -- PennLive - Charles Thompson: 45 Years After Infamous Accident, W

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Europe’s largest banks are speeding up the climate and biodiversity crisis – Greenpeace

A Greener Life

Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace Netherlands protests against Rabobank’s agricultural policies in the Dutch city of Utrecht last year. Photo credit: Marten van Dijl / Greenpeace. By Anders Lorenzen A coalition of green groups led by Greenpeace has in a report, found that Europe’s largest banks have failed to stop investing in climate and nature-destructive projects.

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Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students & Adults

PA Environment Daily

Opportunities to learn more about environmental and energy issues affecting Pennsylvania for students and adults-- Awards/Recognition -- PA Assn. Of Environmental Educators Announce 2024 Award Winners [PaEN] -- LancasterOnline: Outside Education, Experiences: Scovens Sisters Spark Students’ Stewardship Of Nature -- LancasterOnline: Mira Lloyd Dock Award Recognizes Marlisa Yoder-Bontrager For Tree Planting Efforts Grants -- Reminder: PennVEST Accepting Chesapeake Bay Watershed Clean Water Procure

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Top 10 Stories: Harrisburg/PA Politics Reported By Local News Media Last Week

PA Environment Daily

Because In Politics Everything Is Connected To Everything Else-- -- Gov. Shapiro -- PennLive: Gov. Shapiro Talks About Being PA’s Leading Cheerleader, Sports Fan, Family Man -- Chesapeake Bay Journal - Ad Crable: PA Governor Proposes Alternative Plan For Reducing Carbon Emissions From Power Plants -- National Review: PA Governor Flirts With Reckless ‘Green’ Energy/Climate Initiatives -- Spotlight PA: Upgrades To PA Governor’s Mansion Bankrolled By Private Group That Won’t Disclose Donors, Full C