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Climate Hits Home | My friends and I escaped the 2020 summer blues for a weekend camping. Before heading out, we stopped at the grocery store for food essentials. When we arrived at the site, we couldn’t cook any of it. 
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Climate Hits Home | As temperatures continue to rise and summers get more unbearable every year, will the future generation of kids in France still be able to enjoy their summers like I did?
A warmly lit white building over a city street at night.

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Climate Hits Home | When I was little, my grandma told me that the city’s name “Shanghai” was derived from its location. In Chinese, it means “above the sea.” Will it be much longer?

There's a new climate related podcast series out from The Economist, and the first episode focuses on COP26. (Mohammed Metri/Unsplash)

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We look at some background information on how much money was promised to fix climate issues before, and what we should anticipate at COP26. Plus, The Economist launches a new climate podcast series. 
A white-gloved hand hold a tawny colored bat with a white substance on it's nose.

A tri-colored bat displays symptoms of white-nose syndrome at from Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, Georgia (National Park Services/ Flickr https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Northwestern University
While much of the nation's human population has been able to take advantage of promising vaccines against their disease, the same can not be said for America’s dwindling numbers of bats.
A suburban street flooded with water.

A neighborhood street in Hampton, Virginia, following a flash flood in 2020. (Aileen Devlin/Virginia Sea Grant https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/)

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Climate Hits Home | On just one day in Virginia, I experienced a severe thunderstorm watch, a flash flood warning, a tornado warning, and a state of emergency. What is going on?

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Today is day three of COP26, a key climate summit in Glasgow attended by delegates from 197 countries. Click through to read more about today's themes.

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Day 2 at COP26: Today we look at the economic benefits of climate mitigation, what "Net Zero" means, and how feminism and environmentalism are connected.
Black and white image of a man walking through a field and past a wirey-looking tree/

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Climate Hits Home | Growing up in a family that owns and operates multiple oil fields across Texas, conversations around climate change sparsely came up during my childhood.

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Each day of COP26, we’ll be highlighting stories from around the Internet that align with the daily themes of the conference.

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