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February 7, 2024

The Northern hemisphere is facing an alarming decline in snow levels due to climate change putting millions at risk for losing snow's crucial water supply. (Maggie Penman/The Washington Post)

The Biden Administration is temporarily pausing approvals on the country’s largest natural gas export terminal, directing the Energy Department to evaluate the project’s climate impacts further. (Coral Davenport/The New York Times)

Scientists used 3D technology to map out the world’s largest deep-sea coral reef off the U.S. east coast, uncovering hundreds of miles of reef bigger than the state of Vermont. (Julia Gomez/USA Today)

The residential rooftop solar industry is on the verge of collapsing. (Alana Semuels/Time)

Concordia University just released a new study that shows offshore wind farms are vulnerable to cyberattacks. (Patrick Lejtenyi/Concordia University)

President Biden names John Podesta as the new U.S. “climate energy envoy” succeeding John Kerry in the role. (Lisa Friedman, Coral Davenport/The New York Times)

China is named the world leader in renewable energy, installing more solar panels in 2023 than the U.S. has installed in history. (Bloomberg News)

Newly discovered documents confirm the petroleum and automobile industries funded early climate science, knew of fossil fuels potential effects on the environment as early as the 1950s. (Cristen Hemingway Jaynes/EcoWatch)

Reporters at USA Today conducted an in-depth nationwide analysis that shows how local governments are banning green power faster than they’re building it, blocking the future of U.S. renewable energy. (Elizabeth Weise, Stephen J. Beard, Suhail Bhat, Ramon Padilla, Carlie Procell, Karina Zaiets/USA Today)

Then there’s this…

New satellite images help scientists discover thousands of endangered emperor penguins living along the Antarctic coast (Yale Environment 360)


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