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A Pandemic That Cleared Skies and Halted Cities Isn’t Slowing Global Warming

In some ways, the dire lockdowns undertaken to stop Covid-19 have fast-forwarded us into an unlikely future—one with almost impossibly ...
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World’s largest platform for air quality data launched at Tenth World Urban Forum

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), together with UN-Habitat and IQAir, a Swiss air quality technology company, today launched the ...
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COVID-19 does not mean climate action is on hold

If the world has seen a scary future with the emergence of COVID-19, the future of our planet in a 3-4° C ...
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As a dying Salton Sea spews harmful dust, Imperial Valley water wars heat up again

The people of California’s Imperial Valley can be as unforgiving as the region’s harsh desert climate.It’s been 16 years since ...
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Coronavirus detected on particle of air pollution

The Guardian. April 24, 2020  Damian Carrington, Environmental Editor Exclusive: Scientists examine whether this route enables infections at longer distances ...
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Coronavirus forces California farmworkers to scramble for safe drinking water

Food & Environment Reporting Network   April 22, 2020 With stores rationing bottled water, some 1 million residents whose tap water ...
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Letters: the state and metropolitan exchange letters over the state water project’s incidental take permit

At the end of March, the Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a new “Incidental Take Permit” (or ITP) for ...
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Groundwater Sustainability Planning Undeterred by COVID-19

COVID-19 has forced many of us to find creative ways of working together while sheltering in place. For California’s new ...
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Eastern CV May Be More Susceptible to Coronavirus

NBC Palm Springs, Regina Yurrita March 28, 2020For families in the far Eastern Coachella Valley, complications from coronavirus could be ...
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Environmentally friendly direct lithium extraction from geothermal – Interview with Rod Colwell, CEO of Controlled Thermal Resources

With the increasing news flow on lithium extraction in the context of geothermal development, we have been following the different ...
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About 40 million get Colorado River water

Ian James The Republic | azcentral.com PHOENIX – Scientists have documented how climate change is sapping the Colorado River, and new research ...
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New Liverpool Salt Works

n 1893, George Durbrow and investors incorporated the New Liverpool Salt Company at Salton, on the Southern Pacific main line, ...
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