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1.  “Relatively low cost” plan would cool the Earth's poles by 2 °C  


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New research suggests that cooling the poles by 2 °C (3.6 °F), and re-freezing the Arctic and Antarctic, is “feasible at relatively low cost with conventional technologies,” using Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI) of heat-reflective particles focused on the poles. The side effects could be…

2.  This Is What a Whole-of-Government Climate Response Would Look Like  


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The climate crisis is affecting every single aspect of society, so every single part of the government should be doing everything it can to alleviate the pain.

3.  California to cover canal with solar panels in experiment to fight drought, climate change  


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California is about to launch an experiment to cover aqueducts with solar panels, a plan that if scaled up might save billions of gallons of otherwise evaporated water while powering millions of homes. Project Nexus in the Turlock Irrigation District launches in mid-October amid Western North America's worst drought in 1,200 years and as human-influenced climate change exacerbates the dry spell. Based on a similar project in the west Indian state of Gujarat, the project is the first of its kind in the United States, said University of California Merced project scientist Brandi McKuin.

5.  Climate Solutions 101 presented by @ProjectDrawdown  


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Presented in six video units and in-depth expert conversations, this free online course centers on game-changing climate action.

6.  In World First, Netherlands Caps Flights at Major Airport to Cut Pollution  


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The Dutch government is capping the number of flights from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport at 440,000, a 12 percent cut from pre-pandemic levels. The new policy, set to take effect at the end of 2023, is the world's first to limit flights for environmental reasons.Read more on E360 →