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1.  Africa's Tropical Glaciers Have Shrunk by 90 Percent, Study Finds  

2024-02-26

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Glaciers atop Mount Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro, and the Rwenzori Mountains in East Africa are shrinking at an alarming rate as the region heats up.Read more on E360 →

2.  After Two Years of War, Ukraine Sees Deepening Environmental Wound  

2024-02-23

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In the two years since Russia launched its invasion, Ukraine has seen its forests burned, its rivers polluted, and its wildlife decimated, all of which "reverses many years of efforts towards sustainable development," said Ukrainian environment minister Ruslan Strilets.Read more on E360 →

3.  What Will It Take to Save Our Cities from a Scorching Future?  

2024-02-22

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The U.N. named Eleni Myrivili its first-ever global chief heat officer based on her record as a city official in Athens. In an e360 interview, she talks about why extreme heat is a health crisis and what cities must do to protect the most vulnerable from rising temperatures. Read more on E360 →

4.  Europe Sees Natural Gas Demand Hit 10-Year Low  

2024-02-21

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In the two years since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, European demand for natural gas has dropped by 20 percent.Read more on E360 →

5.  Rain Comes to the Arctic, With a Cascade of Troubling Changes  

2024-02-20

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Rain used to be rare in the Arctic, but as the region warms, so-called “rain-on-snow events” are becoming more common. The rains accelerate ice loss, trigger flooding, landslides, and avalanches, and create problems for wildlife and the Indigenous people who depend on them.Read more on E360 →

6.  Return of Trees to Eastern U.S. Kept Region Cool as Planet Warmed  

2024-02-19

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Over the 20th century, the U.S. as a whole warmed by 1.2 degrees F (0.7 degrees C), but across much the East, temperatures dropped by 0.5 degrees F (0.3 degrees C). A new study posits that the restoration of lost forest countered warming, keeping the region cool.Read more on E360 →

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