Here’s what’s happening on our planet.

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  • New Jersey Becomes First State to Include Climate Change in School Curriculum -- a 'Critical' Step
    People Magazine reports that New Jersey has announced a new initiative that will make it the first U.S. state to incorporate climate change education into its curriculum.

  • The Impacts of Climate Change and the Trump Administration's Anti-Environmental Agenda in New Jersey
    According to the Center for American Progress, the administration refuses to act to mitigate the effects of climate change—instead loosening requirements for polluters emitting the greenhouse gases that fuel the climate crisis. This dangerous agenda is affecting the lives of Americans across all 50 states.

  • Climate change: How a green new deal really could go global
    According to the BBC News, good news is in short supply at the moment, so brace yourself for a rare burst of optimism about climate change.

  • Climate Change And Deforestation Mean Earth's Trees Are Younger and Shorter
    NPR reports that rising temperatures, deforestation, development and climate-induced disasters are transforming the very makeup of the Earth's forests, new research published in the journal Science finds.

  • Winter 'will lose much of its punch': Climate change may diminish big snowstorms in the USA
    USA Today reports that big snowstorms might be few and far between this century as the climate warms, a study released Monday suggests.

  • Sir David Attenborough warns climate change has been 'swept off front pages' by coronavirus
    The Independent reports that Sir David Attenborough has warned that climate change has been “swept off the front pages” by the coronavirus pandemic. The 94-year-old broadcaster called for a renewed focus on the issue and suggested the outbreak could result in increased co-operation between the nations of the world.

  • Snow is turning green in Antarctica -- and climate change will make it worse
    According to CNN, green snow created by blooming algae in the Antarctic Peninsula is likely to spread as temperatures increase as a result of climate change, researchers have said, after creating the first large-scale map of the organisms and their movements.

  • Climate change: Top 10 tips to reduce carbon footprint revealed
    According to the BBC News, climate change can still be tackled – but only if people are willing to embrace major shifts in the way we live, a report says.

  • Climate change is fueling extreme weather that lowers cancer survival rate and threatens prevention
    According to CNBC, climate change is hindering progress on cancer prevention and increasing people’s exposure to deadly carcinogens, according to a new report from scientists at the American Cancer Society and Harvard University.

  • What lifestyle changes will shrink your carbon footprint the most?
    ScienceNews writes that three years ago, Kim Cobb was feeling “completely overwhelmed” by the problem of climate change. Cobb spends her days studying climate change as director of the Global Change Program at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, but she felt paralyzed over how to be part of the solution in her personal life. The barriers felt immense.