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  • Record low Antarctic sea ice 'extremely unlikely' without climate change, says scientists
    Phys.org reports that scientists at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have found that the record-low levels of sea ice around Antarctica in 2023 were extremely unlikely to happen without the influence of climate change.

  • Climate change is destroying the natural wonders many U.S. parks are named for
    CBS News reports that today, the climate crisis imperils the very symbols of many parks, leaving them facing a future in which their names could be cruel ironies.

  • Ron DeSantis signs bill scrubbing ‘climate change’ from Florida state laws
    The Guardian reports that State, which just had its hottest year since 1895, will ban offshore wind power, boost natural gas and reduce gas pipeline rules

  • Alameda climate experiment involving salt particles sprayed in air halted following news reports
    CBS News reports that researchers conducting an experiment in Alameda to determine the feasibility of mitigating global warming by spraying sea salt particles into the air are looking at their next steps after the city halted the experiment for a safety review.

  • Alameda climate experiment involving salt particles sprayed in air halted following news reports
    CBS News reports that researchers conducting an experiment in Alameda to determine the feasibility of mitigating global warming by spraying sea salt particles into the air are looking at their next steps after the city halted the experiment for a safety review.

  • Climate Change Is Pushing Animals Closer to Humans, With Potentially Catastrophic Consequences
    Inside Climate News reports that as temperatures warm, some animals are expanding their geographic range—and overlapping with humans.

  • For farmers, watching and waiting is a spring planting ritual. Climate change is adding to anxiety
    The Associated Press reports that waiting on the weather is an old story in agriculture, but as climate change drives an increase in spring rains across the Midwest, the usual anxiety around the ritual of spring planting is expected to rise along with it.

  • Climate change could virtually disappear in Florida — at least according to state law
    The AP reports that Florida, perhaps the most vulnerable state to sea-level rise and extreme weather, is on the verge of repealing what’s left of a 16-year-old law that lists climate change as a priority when making energy policy decisions.

  • Democrats say Big Oil misled public for decades about climate change
    NBC News reports that a new report released Tuesday details how oil companies knew the consequences of their emissions since at least the 1960s.

  • Climate Change Has Infiltrated Game Night—and That’s a Good Thing, Experts Say
    Inside Climate News reports that a growing number of developers and designers are introducing climate change elements into games to teach users about climate solutions.