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Here & Now's continued coverage of climate change and environmental news.
Scientists in Oahu are taking underwater photos to document coral bleaching.
The conditions have sparked a fresh debate among government leaders about the role of climate change.
Miami-Dade County in Florida is grappling with how to protect itself from sea level rise and flooding from hurricanes.
The biggest known aquatic "dead zone" is in the Gulf of Oman. The waters seem calm but are a bad sign for the climate and sea life.
Some worry that the move could mean the fossil fuel industry will get preferential treatment.
Unilever also pledges to collect and process more used plastic packaging than it sells over the next six years.
In another move to weaken environmental protections, the Trump administration is signaling it wants to expand logging access in the Tongass National Forest.
Last year, insurance payouts caused by climate-related events totaled $2.4 trillion worldwide.
We speak with journalist and climate activist Naomi Klein about her book "On Fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal."
Mayors from around the world are gathering in Denmark this week to discuss what cities can do to address climate change.
One woman is trying to get the state of Florida to buy her badly-damaged home and knock it down so she can stop living in it.
Several Democratic candidates have included carbon capture in their climate plans, but some climate activists say support for the idea can be a smokescreen for fossil fuel interests.
A look at how climate change is exacerbating disease and making public health one of the world's most immediate climate crisis challenges.
Scientists are raising concern about Italy's Mont Blanc glacier, saying the risk of its collapse has increased due to melting ice linked to climate change.
The gel could come in handy as Phoenix, Arizona, confronts shortages along the Colorado River as a consequence of climate change.
A new U.N. report says the pace of sea-level rise is accelerating as global warming melts ice around the world.
A new IPCC report reveals the unprecedented impacts climate change is having on the Earth's oceans.
Scientists revealed that the Earth's soil is being lost 10 to 100 times faster than it is forming.
Very little of plastic we recycle is actually removed from the waste stream.
A scientist at the USDA recently resigned after citing attempts by the Trump administration to suppress his climate change related research.