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Classroom Energy Buddies

  Eighth-grade ‘energy buddies’ in a North Carolina community illustrate that teaching and learning go hand-in-hand.

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Louisiana’s Vulnerable Highway One

  Louisiana’s vital two-lane ‘oil supply highway’ faces risks of being closed off by a combination of rising sea levels and land subsidence.

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Gainesville Solar Program

Nearly one-quarter of Gainesville’s electricity now comes from renewable energy despite the city’s no longer adding more solar power.

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Thousands of ‘Nameless Short-Lived Lakes’

Increasing in size and number, lakes dotting the Arctic ice sheet amount to ‘big solar collectors,’ leading to a continued acceleration of a loss of ice … and still more sea-level rise.

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Cows And Climate

Improved grass management and more efficient grazing practices can combine with less beef consumption as tools for feeding a growing global population.

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Climate Variability

Think Climate: Many ups and downs along a mountain trail hike, but in the end you’re higher up than when you started the march.

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Climate Change Ethics

Benefiting friends, family, children, and grand children makes addressing climate change challenges a ‘positive thing,’ and not a burden or a sacrifice.

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