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Study finds robust polar bear population in Chukchi Sea

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A population study of polar bears in the Chukchi (chuk-CHEE) Sea between Alaska and Russia finds that the population is thriving for now despite a loss of sea ice because of..
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Ocasio-Cortez gets in closed-door fight with veteran lawmaker over climate change


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US Drops One Of Its Demands Before North Korea Summit [Video]US Drops One Of Its Demands Before North Korea Summit  00:47

The US now says it will not require North Korea to provide a list of its nuclear and missile sites before the next summit. Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that the US has dropped the demand...

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Human Ambition Destroyed Nature [Video]Human Ambition Destroyed Nature  01:00

Our constant need for technological advancement has harmed nature in some irreversible ways. Here are some factors that have made humans responsible for the 6th massive extinction.

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Decision Delayed On CNN Press Pass [Video]Decision Delayed On CNN Press Pass  00:43

CNN says a D.C. district judge has postponed further proceedings on its suit against Donald Trump et al. until Friday at 10 a.m. CNN has argued that the President, press secretary Sarah Sanders, chief..

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Another Report Says Eating Meat Is Bad for the Environment [Video]Another Report Says Eating Meat Is Bad for the Environment  00:45

A British advisory board says if people ate less meat and more plants, it would have a "significant impact" on reducing emissions.

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Climate Change is Making Wildfires Harder to Fight [Video]Climate Change is Making Wildfires Harder to Fight  03:04

Wildfires are getting more dangerous because of climate change.

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Polar Bears Are Thriving in this Area [Video]Polar Bears Are Thriving in this Area  00:52

Scientists at the University of Washington just found a thriving population of Polar bears between Alaska and Russia. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.

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Fall economic statement shows that help isn’t on the way for Ontarians, says OFL

TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- From start to finish, the Fall Economic Statement is a disappointment for Ontarians and their families, says the Ontario Federation of Labour.“After this..
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Another Report Says Eating Meat Is Bad For The Environment

another report says eating meat is bad for the environment
Watch VideoA British advisory board wants to fight climate change by reducing the number of cattle and sheep in the U.K. by 20-50 percent. Cattle and sheep are a huge source of agricultural..
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Climate change, steel, migration bedevil G20 communique

Climate change, steel and migration have emerged as sticking points in the final communique that world leaders will issue at the end of the Group of 20 summit in Argentina later this month, an..
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Solar Power: Researchers Map Out Colombia's Sunshine Hotspots 

Worldcrunch.com / EL ESPECTADOR *BOGOTÁ* — If the world hopes to avoid the nightmare climate-change scenario spelled out in recent weeks by the IPCC, it must act quickly to embrace renewable..
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REPORT: Trump Plans On Hyping US Coal At UN Summit Discussing Climate Change

'The U.S. is the only party pushing a rational discussion'
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Department of Education Grant Bolsters Hood College’s Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies Program

Hood College has been granted $120,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to bolster its Arabic and Middle Eastern studies program. Funds will go toward curriculum improvement and experiential..
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TERI School of Advanced Studies Hosts its 11th Convocation

teri school of advanced studies hosts its 11th convocation
· Business Scion and Chairman of the Godrej Group Mr. Adi Godrej asks students to become sustainability leaders and promote green business practices to meet the needs for a better tomorrow. *TERI..
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Costa Rica's president on climate change, migration and Nicaragua

Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado, who took office in May, has granted a wide-ranging interview to FRANCE 24. Costa Rica -- a world leader in fighting climate change -- aims to decarbonise its..
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