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Every Friday, we round up the week’s most interesting and useful climate stories. Check in to learn about major developments, new findings, and effective solutions for addressing climate change.

Since you’re probably relaxing for the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ll keep it short and sweet this week.




While America Denies Climate Change, the Dutch Are Making Art About It (Fast Co. Design)


Professor Studies Evolution of Climate Change Activism  (The University of Texas at San Antonio website)


To Combat Climate Change, Increase Women’s Participation (Deutsche Welle)

(Don’t mind the headline below: The good news is that smaller-scale, cleaner forms of energy are winning.)

Massive Infrastructure Projects Are Failing at Unprecedented Rates (National Geographic)

The World’s First “Negative Emissions” Plant Has Begun Operation—Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Stone (Quartz)


COP23: Key Outcomes Agreed at the UN Climate Talks in Bonn (Carbon Brief)

Regulations: 4 Big Climate Rules Still Alive Under Trump (E&E News)

‘Not About Polar Bears, But People.’ Latino Lawmakers Shift Focus On  Climate Change (The Sacramento Bee)


Community Solar Heads for Rooftops of NYC’s Public Housing Projects (Inside Climate News)

MIT on Track to Meet Campus Climate Action Goals (Massachusetts Institute of Technology News)


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