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The sad truth about climate change: The Antarctic Peninsula has cooled, but warming will win

This article originally appeared on . For most of the latter half of the 20th century, the Antarctic Peninsula was one of the fastest-warming places on the planet, with serious repercussions for the local environment, including the spectacular disintegration of a millennia-old ice shelf and global sea level rise. But ...

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The digging never ends: It’s not just what ExxonMobil did, it’s what it’s doing

This piece originally appeared on . Here’s the story so far. We have the chief legal representatives of the eighth and 16th largest economies on Earth (California and New York) probing the biggest fossil fuel company on Earth (ExxonMobil), while both Democratic presidential candidates are demanding that the federal Department ...

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