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  • Carbon dioxide soars to a new record in Earth's atmosphere as climate change continues unabated
    USA Today reports that levels of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere reached another record high last month, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography announced Monday.

  • Climate Change Is Escalating California’s Wildfires
    Scientific American reports that new analysis finds that dry air and record-breaking temperatures linked to climate change have led to more frequent severe fires in California

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants to ‘Rephrase’ Climate Change: ‘No One Gives a S–t About That’
    According to Yahoo News, Arnold Schwarzenegger wants a rebrand on climate change, arguing that reframing the climate crisis towards pollution might make a stronger draw for people to mobilize for the planet.

  • DeSantis accused of ‘catastrophic’ climate approach after campaign launch
    The Guardian reports that DeSantis, the Republican Florida governor who announced his bid for the White House via a glitch-heavy Twitter stream on Wednesday, has previously dismissed concerns about global heating as “leftwing stuff”

  • Slowing ocean current caused by melting Antarctic ice could have drastic climate impact, study says
    The Guardian reports that the Southern Ocean overturning circulation has ebbed 30% since the 90s, CSIRO scientist claims, leading to higher sea levels and changing weather

  • Orlando a favorite among best cities to avoid worst climate change impacts. Here are others.
    USA Today reports that economists, flood experts and others often consider which cities might be safest from climate change impacts in the long-term,

  • Extreme weather more common but less deadly
    The BBC News reports that extreme weather has caused trillions of dollars of economic damage in the last half century, but the human death toll has fallen dramatically.

  • Montana’s New Anti-Climate Law May Be the Most Aggressive in the Nation
    Inside Climate News reports that the legislation, signed into law last week, is even more restrictive than North Carolina’s infamous 2012 law that prohibited policymakers from considering sea-level rise projections.

  • ‘Sounding the alarm’: World on track to breach 1.5 degrees of warming in the next five years
    CNN reports that it would mean the world has crossed a critical climate threshold, a signal of how quickly climate change is accelerating.

  • When Climate Gets Under Your Skin
    NASA Global Climate Change reports that from insect-borne diseases to seasonal allergies and “superbugs,” climate change is quite literally getting under our skin, affecting our health in often surprising ways.