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Hispanics concerned about climate change and see it as key in upcoming elections, according to survey

66% of respondents to a poll said they are paying a lot or some attention to news about extreme temperatures, wildfires, droughts and hurricanes.
12 Sep 2021 – 07:24 pm ET
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Uninsurable": how urban growth and more hurricanes are making property insurance riskier

To avoid an insurance crisis, "we, as a society, have to prepare for this... everything has to change, says an authors of a new report by one of the largest reinsurance companies in the world. Otherwise, the risk will grow until some properties become "uninsurable".
25 Ago 2021 – 05:19 pm ET
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Saving the planet while ignoring two thirds of it

Por:Ian Urbina
With rising global temperatures, the ocean’s levels of dissolved oxygen have skyrocketed. The current outlook on the climate crisis barely even considers the oceans, even though it covers two thirds of the earth’s surface.
23 Abr 2021 – 09:26 pm ET
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Mexico's climate crisis is subject of new documentary, 'El Tema', by Gael Garcia Bernal

Bernal and a small production team filmed the series during the pandemic and also focused on energy policy -- oil in the Tabasco region and coal mining in Coahuila. The series tackles air pollution, water conflicts, ocean health, energy policy and health concerns in the episodes posted to La Corriente del Golfo's YouTube channel.
19 Feb 2021 – 07:55 pm ET
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Lina Hidalgo: What are the lessons from the historic Texas winter storm?

Texas judge Lina Hidalgo talks to Real America with Jorge Ramos about Mother Nature, climate change and protecting residents from historic Texas winter storm.
9 Ene 2021 – 02:55 am ET

¿Estas interesado en tener un carro eléctrico? ¡Puede estar a tu alcance!

Obtén información de incentivos financieros para carros eléctricos
1 min de lectura
26 Sep 2020 – 10:14 pm ET
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Where did all the storms go?

The hurricane season is in a lull, but don’t be fooled. There’s still more than two months left on the season and October can be a "nasty" month.
5 min de lectura
16 Sep 2020 – 10:45 pm ET
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Why initiatives to address climate change haven’t gained traction?

With massive wildfires on the west coast and an unprecedented hurricane season, legislative initiatives aimed at curbing climate change have failed to gain traction. To discuss this, we spoke to Aracely Jimenez-Hudis, deputy communications director of the Sunrise Movement, a youth-led climate change group.
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15 Sep 2020 – 08:38 pm ET
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Trump dismisses climate change as a possible factor in wildfires

There are two weather-related emergencies currently unfolding, the wildfires out west and a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, plus four more storms developing in the Atlantic. To discuss the White House response to growing concern over the threat of climate change, we spoke to Leah Stokes, a political science professor at the University of California-Santa Barbara.
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11 Sep 2020 – 08:55 pm ET
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What role is climate change playing in the current wildfires?

“We know that the land areas will continue to warm in concert with rising global temperatures over the next decades … the impacts on wildfires, water scarcity, food supplies will indeed worsen over the coming decades as climate change marches forward,” says Dr. Kim Cobb, a professor of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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31 Ago 2020 – 10:39 pm ET
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Newly hatched Florida sea turtles are consuming dangerous quantities of floating plastic

Por:David Duffy
In a newly published study, scientists at the University of Florida examined 42 post-hatchling loggerhead sea turtles that stranded on beaches in Northeast Florida. They found that almost all of them had ingested plastic in large quantities.
5 min de lectura
8 Oct 2020 – 10:23 pm ET
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“A forecaster's nightmare": why Laura's rapid intensification worries scientists

Scientists say warmer sea due to climate change is causing hurricanes to suddenly grow in strength. Are Laura, Michael, and Harvey a sign of the times? ( Leer en español)
6 min de lectura
22 Abr 2020 – 08:50 pm ET

Climate change: Is Biden radical enough to win over Sanders supporters in November?

Although Biden and Sanders agree that climate change is an existential threat, the Vermont senator has outlined more aggressive goals than the former vice president. Now Biden is condering bolstering his plans to reduce emissions. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
5 May 2020 – 11:15 pm ET
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US companies use misleading recyclable labels on hundreds of plastic products

Researchers at Greenpeace surveyed roughly 400 recycling plants across the US and found that the facilities are mostly only recycling water bottles and plastic jugs, while everything else is ending up in landfill. UNews spoke with John Hocevar, the author of the Greenpeace report.
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3 Ene 2020 – 04:12 pm ET
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The Island of Garbage

In the early 1990s, the island of Thilafushi and its beautiful central lagoon became the Maldives’ dumpster. It serves as a painful reminder of how waste management has an absolutely crucial role to play in the fight against climate change.
4 min de lectura
3 Ene 2020 – 04:09 pm ET
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Greta's Superpower

Beyond sounding the climate alarm, Thunberg has emerged as a powerful symbol of hope.
4 min de lectura
5 Ago 2020 – 04:47 am ET
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Millions of Californians on ‘Red’ alert as fires rage across the state

Major wildfires continue to devastate parts of California. In the north, the Kincade fire can be seen 85 miles away in San Francisco. Meanwhile in southern California, residents are bracing for dangerous Santa Ana winds that could worsen fire conditions. Salvador Duran is in Santa Rosa with the latest.
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5 Ago 2020 – 02:28 am ET
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Kincade fire grows to 75000 acres, only 15% contained

Firefighters are battling raging flames in California and are bracing for more devastating winds in the next 24 hours. Salvador Duran is in Healdsburg, northern California where the Kincade fire rages on.
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5 Ago 2020 – 05:07 am ET
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Thousands of homes, businesses without power after tornado in Dallas

In Texas, a tornado left a trail of heavy damage and power outages across the Dallas area. But as Pedro Rojas reports even though there were no fatalities, the local community is left with a long recovery effort.
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2 Oct 2019 – 12:57 am ET

Live: Stay up to date with the path of Hurricane Lorenzo

Follow the official National Hurricane Center storm forecast over the next few days, including satellite images, wind probability, as well as projected landfall. Lea este articulo en español
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