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The energy industry is emphasizing the controversial technique over traditional drilling, partly for its shorter timetable.
Fires are unpredictable. They can spark anywhere, grow to any size and move in any direction, says Caroline Mimbs Nyce of The Atlantic.
New warehouses can sometimes replace green space, which has climate implications.
The government also boosts funding for a FEMA program to help communities prepare for extreme heat and other climate-related disasters.
Thousands of schools are located in areas subject to flooding, a Pew study says. Rebuilding puts schools in competition for safer land.
Lower pH water, caused by higher carbon dioxide emissions, can kill baby oysters as they fight for minerals to grow their shells.
Countries are turning back to less expensive but carbon-heavy coal because of rising energy costs and Russia's war in Ukraine.
"This is scary stuff," one researcher tells us.