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NOAA Jul 9
Just in: For 3rd time in 2019, the record was broken for wettest 12-month period for U.S. — avg accumulation of 37.86 inches during July 2018 thru June 2019, per See
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 10
So far in 2019, 6 U.S. weather and climate disaster events have been identified with losses exceeding $1 billion each:
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Future of Climate 57m
New ways to communicate on climate change but the message is still the same via
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 9
We have just released the June 2019 U.S. Climate Report. Follow this thread for details. Also, for downloadable maps and more information, see
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Future of Climate 6h
Greens Are the New Hope for Europe’s Center. For the Far Right, They’re Enemy No. 1. via
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NOAA Jul 9
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Future of Climate 13h
People in Coal Country Worry About the Climate, Too via
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Future of Climate 12h
Putting pigs in the shade: the radical farming system banking on trees via
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Future of Climate Jul 14
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Future of Climate 13h
As the World Heats Up, the Climate for News Is Changing, Too via
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Future of Climate Jul 13
The climate change policy with the most potential is the most neglected via
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Future of Climate 12h
‘Like a Terror Movie’: How Climate Change Will Cause More Simultaneous Disasters via
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Future of Climate 12h
Guest post: Why India’s CO2 emissions grew strongly in 2017 via
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Future of Climate Jul 13
Great Barrier Reef hard coral cover close to record lows via
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Future of Climate Jul 9
Quarter of world's biggest firms 'fail to disclose emissions' via
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Future of Climate Jul 13
The most important thing you can do right now to fight climate change, according to science via
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Future of Climate Jul 13
Individuals can’t solve the climate crisis. Governments need to step up via
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Future of Climate 21h
Coverage of Selected Side Events at the 2019 High-Level Political Forum (HLPF 2019) via
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 10
June 2019 ranks as Alaska’s second warmest June on record, and several of the state’s cities broke temperature records during the month.
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 10
Precipitation in June contributed to several records, including the year-to-date avg—now the wettest such period on record—and the all-time wettest avg precipitation for a 12-month period:
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