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February 21, 2024

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is expanding a Michigan developed PFAS cleanup strategy for polluted air bases across the country. (Garret Ellison/MLive)

Satellite-based research reveals land along the East Coast from Boston to Miami is sinking from groundwater overpumping, putting cities at risk from rising sea levels. (Mira Rojanasakul, Marco Hernandez/The New York Times)

The 2024 Super Bowl was the first fully powered by renewable energy. (Ben Tracy, Analisa Novak/CBS News)

The Midwest is experiencing a “lost winter” as cities hit warmest winter temperatures on record. (Ian Livingston/The Washington Post)

Scientists warn that crucial ocean current systems are already on the verge of collapse from warming oceans and melting ice due to climate change. (Laura Paddison/CNN)

How pollution can be a contributing factor in the reverse migration of Black Americans back to the South. (Adam Mahoney/The New York Times

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is setting tougher air quality standards for deadly soot pollution. (Matthew Daly/The Associated Press)

Newly uncovered documents reveal the plastic industry has known for decades that recycling isn’t an effective solution for plastic waste management. (Michael Copley/NPR)

The European Union (EU) solar manufacturers say the industry is on the brink of collapse due to Chinese subsidies. (Victor Jack/Politico)

First-ever United Nations (UN) State of the World’s Migratory Species report found more than 22 percent of global migratory species are at risk of extinction due to climate change. (Cristen Hemingway Jaynes/EcoWatch)

Then there’s this…

Climate-aware therapists share tips on how to cope with feelings of “climate despair.” (Angela Haupt/Time)


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