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March 20, 2024

A new study finds the Flint water crisis caused significant academic setbacks for the generation of schooled-aged children that lived through it. (Amudalat Ajasa/The Washington Post)

The U.S. just experienced the warmest winter in recorded history. (Mary Gilbert, Eric Zerkel/CNN)

Emissions from smokestacks and tailpipes prevent pollinators from finding their flowers, presenting dire consequences for our food chain. (Dino Grandoni/The Washington Post)

New research found that boiling drinking water can remove up to nearly 90 percent of microplastics. (Maggie Penman/The Washington Post)

Climate change is melting ice sheets and rising seas and could unearth buried nuclear waste. (Anita Hofschneider/Wired)

Seven in 10 Americans say they’ve heard little or nothing about the landmark Inflation Reduction Act following the climate law's passage. (Alex Gangitano/The Hill)

A boom in data centers and factories is straining electronic grids, propping up fossil fuels and threatening climate goals. (Brad Plumer, Nadja Popovich/The New York Times)

Microplastics may be a new risk factor for cardiovascular disease. (Susanne Rust/LA Times)

Methane emissions from major U.S. oil and gas companies are three times higher than EPA estimates. (Seth Borenstein/The Associated Press)

Coral reef restoration efforts can help provide “full recovery” within years as the crucial ecosystems face damage globally. (Cristen Hemingway Jaynes/EcoWatch)

Then there’s this…


An in-depth look at how the organizers of the Paris Olympics are outfitting the summer games to address climate change. (Somini Sengupta, Catherine Porter/The New York Times)

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