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1.  Climate's Cruel Blow: Iconic Can-Am Crown Sled Dog Race in Maine Called Off  

2024-02-26

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Climate's Cruel Blow: Iconic Can-Am Crown Sled Dog Race in Maine Called Off

The cancellation of the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Races highlights the challenges posed by climate change for winter sports

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2.  In Russia, Too, Capital Is Painting Itself Green  

2024-02-26

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In Russia, Too, Capital Is Painting Itself Green

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3.  Humans Could Consume 60% More Natural Resources by 2060: UN Report - EcoWatch  

2024-02-26

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Humans Could Consume 60% More Natural Resources by 2060: UN Report

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4.  Climate Change to Reshape U.S. Tourism Landscape by 2050: Florida Cedes Top Spot to Alaska  

2024-02-26

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Climate Change to Reshape U.S. Tourism Landscape by 2050: Florida Cedes Top Spot to Alaska

Explore the impact of climate change on U.S. tourism as Florida faces a decline and northern states emerge as new favorites. Learn about the economic implications and the importance of sustainable practices in navigating this changing landscape

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5.  Botanical gardens ‘most effective’ green space at cooling streets in heatwaves  

2024-02-26

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Botanical gardens ‘most effective’ green space at cooling streets in heatwaves

Researchers hope the findings will inform policymakers planning cities for a warming world

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6.  2 million animals dead as extreme winter weather hits Mongolia  

2024-02-26

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2 million animals dead as extreme winter weather hits Mongolia

The extreme weather is known as "dzud" and typically results in the deaths of huge numbers of livestock.

The UN said climate change is increasing the frequency and intensity of dzuds

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