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By Kalene McCourt Daily Camera When tragedy strikes, art has a way of providing a bit of comfort and solace. Artist Anne Gifford — who has lived in and around the Boulder County community of Marshall for over four decades — took to her canvas after last year’s Dec. 30 blaze wiped out more than 1,...
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CALIFORNIA An “atmospheric river” dumps heavy rain, snow SACRAMENTO>> A powerful storm brought drenching rain or heavy snowfall to much of California on Saturday, snarling traffic and closing highways as the state prepared to usher in a new year. In the high Sierra Nevada, as much as 2 feet...
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CLIMATE CHANGE By Sophie Austin The Associated Press SACRAMENTO, calif.>> California air regulators voted unanimously Thursday to approve an ambitious plan to drastically cut reliance on fossil fuels by changing practices in the energy, transportation and agriculture sectors, but cr...
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  By Sophie Austin The Associated Press SACRAMENTO, calif.>> California air regulators voted unanimously Thursday to approve an ambitious plan to drastically cut reliance on fossil fuels by changing practices in the energy, transportation and agriculture sectors, but critics say it doe...
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By María Teresa Hernández The Associated Press RAPA NUI, Chile>> The hillside of Rano Raraku volcano on Rapa Nui feels like a place that froze in time. Embedded in grass and volcanic rock, almost 400 moai — the monolithic human figures carved centuries ago by this remote Pacific island’s Ra...
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The American West is currently the driest it’s been in 1,200 years, a new study found By CONRAD SWANSON | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | The Denver Post PUBLISHED: February 19, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. | UPDATED: February 21, 2022 at 3:07 p.m. Not only is the American West the driest it’s been in more than a...
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Hola,   We are proud to share the Colorado Latino Climate Justice Policy Handbook. This is the first of its kind: a bilingual informational guide about the status of the climate crisis in Colorado and the struggles that face the Latino community alongside it.  Download the Colorado Lati...
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By Frank Jordans, Seth Borenstein and Kelvin Chan The Associated Press SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT>> U.S. climate envoy John Kerrymet Tuesday with his Chinese counterpart at the annual United Nations climate negotiations in Egypt in a further hint of improving relations between the world’s top t...
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  By Megan Rowling | Just Transition Editor As the COP27 climate summit kicked off, U.N. boss António Guterres didn't mince his words. "We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot on the accelerator,” he warned the 120 or so assembled world leaders. And just in case they dared to think...
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By Kelvin Chan The Associated Press SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT>> Hydrogen cars and vehicles that capture their tailpipe pollutants. Computer mice made from recycled ocean waste plastic. Hundreds of millions of trees planted in the desert. Saudi Arabia’s vision of an environmentally friendly fut...
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By Vivian Yee The New York Times LUXOR,EGYPT>> When Howard Carter discovered Tutankhamun’s glittering tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings 100 years ago, he was living in a mud-brick house surrounded by desert so dry that it had preserved the tombs, mummies and towering temples for more than ...
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By Mike Schneider and Freida Frisaro The Associated Press WILBUR-BY-THE-SEA,FLA.>> Tropical Storm Nicole weakened to a tropical depression Thursday night as it crossed the Florida Panhandle on its way north into Georgia. The storm had sent Florida homes toppling into the Atlantic Ocean earl...
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By Frank Jordans The Associated Press SHARMEL-SHEIKH,EGYPT>> Egypt’s foreign minister said Thursday that the focus of the UN climate talks being hosted in his country should be efforts to tackle global warming and not a jailed Egyptian activist who is on a hunger strike. Prison authorities ...
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Gore announces fossil fuel emissions inventory By SamyMagdy The Associated Press SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT>> A detailed inventory of the top known sources of greenhouse gas emitters launched by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore at the U.N. climate summit in Egypt on Wednesday found that the ...
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By Brad Plumer and Raymond Zhong   The New York Times   WASHINGTON>> The effects of climate change are already “far-reaching and worsening” throughout all regions in the United States, posing profound risks to virtually every aspect of society, whether it’s drinking water supplie...
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Climate. Change. News from the ground, in a warming world By Megan Rowling | Just Transition Editor As the COP27 climate summit kicked off, U.N. boss António Guterres didn't mince his words. "We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot on the accelerator,” he warned the 120 or so assembled ...
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By Lisa Friedman The New York Times WASHINGTON>> World leaderswill gather in Egypt next week to confront climate change at a moment of colliding crises: a war in Europe that has upended energy markets, rising global inflation, deep political divisions in many countries and tension between th...
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By Daniel Cole The Associated Press SAINTES-MARIE DE LA MER, FRANCE>> In a makeshift arena in the French coastal village Aigues-Mortes, young men in dazzling collared shirts come face to face with a raging bull. Surrounded by the city’s medieval walls, the men dodge and duck the animal’s cha...
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By Tammy Webber and Martha Irvine The Associated Press SANTA CLARA PUEBLO, N.M.>> This was a land of dense forests. A creek cascading through ponds in a canyon. A valley of sage and juniper with shady cottonwood galleries and many gardens. For thousands of years, the Tewa people o...
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ENVIRONMENT     By Winston Choi-Schagrin   The New York Times   In mid-October, just two weeks after Hurricane Ian struck her state, Bertha Vazquez asked her class of seventh-graders to go online and search for information about climate change. Specifically, she tasked the...
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