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How We Survive

"How We Survive": suggested reading on climate change adaptation

by Marketplace Staff May 13, 2019
In addition to sharing our coverage of climate change adaptation on "Marketplace Tech," we also want to highlight great writing, important documents and interesting facets of the bigger conversations in play.
Sylvia Li

How climate change will alter the economy

by , and Nov 26, 2018
Late Friday, the White House released the Fourth National Climate Assessment. And it was dire. Among the predictions: If we don’t take global warming seriously by the end of this century, the American economy will be 10 percent smaller than…
 An iceberg floats through the water on July 21, 2013 in Ilulissat, Greenland.
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The Trump administration has a habit of renaming government groups

by Janet Nguyen Oct 10, 2018
Case in point: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is now the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection.
President Donald Trump hands his pen to the director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Mick Mulvaney (front-L), after signing an executive order beside members of his cabinet in the Oval Office of the White House on March 17, 2017.
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Nobel winner Nordhaus changed terms of climate debate

by Scott Tong Oct 8, 2018
There’s a new report out on climate change science and it’s bleak. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, made up of thousands of scientists, finds the earth’s temperature has risen 1 degree Celsius — or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit — since pre-industrial times.…
Yale Professor William Nordhaus speaks during a press conference after winning the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences at Yale University on Oct. 8, 2018 in New Haven, Connecticut.
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Scientists race toward $7.5 million prize to reduce carbon

by Jed Kim Apr 12, 2018
The XPRIZE started with 38 teams and is now down to a final 10.
Members of Carbon Upcycling UCLA convert and harden building materials by treating them with carbon dioxide.
Courtesy of UCLA Samueli School of Engineering

U.S. officials tout cleaner fossil fuels, nuclear power at international talks

by Andy Uhler Nov 14, 2017
At the United Nations climate talks in Germany, White House officials are talking about plans to make fossil fuels cleaner or more efficient, and to expand nuclear power, as approaches to reducing emissions. While the rest of the world may…

Residents of a disappearing island plan for the future

by Lizzie O'Leary Nov 3, 2017
Rising sea water will force residents of Kiribati to leave

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What budget cuts would mean for predicting storms like Irma

by Molly Wood and Stephanie Hughes Sep 8, 2017
High-resolution satellite images are critical tools for meteorologists, but proposed cuts to the weather service could put them at risk.
Hurricane Irma approaches Anguilla on Sept. 6 in this GOES-16 satellite image.
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What now for climate change in the US?

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 2, 2017
President Trump has withdrawn the U.S from the Paris Agreement on climate change. The Obama administration had ratified it along with 147 other countries back in 2015; it was a landmark deal, with 190 countries agreeing to some of its…

Water, water everywhere in California, but no way to hold onto it

by Jed Kim Mar 22, 2017
California’s had one of the wettest winters on record — more than twice as much rain and snow as in an average year. That’s especially wild since we’re six years into a historic drought. But California doesn’t have enough dams,…

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