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Posted: 2017-06-23 19:56:29
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Nearly three-quarters of the world’s most majestic coral reefs have suffered severe and repeated heat stress in the past three years, a United Nations report found Friday. The report, prepared for the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Heritage Ce...
Posted: 2017-06-23 11:55:05
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After President Trump withdrew from the Paris climate agreement, journalists repeatedly asked the White House what he thought about climate change — and couldn’t get straight answers. Since then, though, additional statements from Trump and members of his administration have pro...
Posted: 2017-06-21 20:50:42
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An early glimpse of the turn in the oil markets came last August. Thanks to a recovery in the shale oil drilling business, the French company Vallourec started rehiring people it had let go at its Youngstown, Ohio, steel pipe factory. “We have kept contacts with people even if they...
Posted: 2017-06-21 20:48:44
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An oxygen-poor “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico, which can prompt harmful algae blooms and threaten marine life, could approach the size of New Jersey this summer, federal scientists say — making it the third-largest the Gulf has seen. A new forecast from the National Oceanic...
Posted: 2017-06-21 19:38:14
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This post has been updated.  Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Tuesday defended the $1.6 billion in funding cuts that President Trump has proposed for his department, telling a Senate hearing that “this is what a balanced budget looks like.” But Democrats on the Committee on En...