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An Unusual Snack for Cows, a Powerful Fix for Climate Change

12/2/2020 - By Tatiana Schlossberg. One of the most powerful weapons in the fight against climate change is washing up on shorelines around the world, unnoticed by most beachgoers. It’s seaweed. Specifically, Asparagopsis taxiformis and Asparagopsis armata — two species of a crimson submarine grass that drifts on waves and tides all around the world’s oceans.… SEE MORE
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U.S. Winter Outlook: Cooler North, Warmer South with Ongoing La Nina

10/28/2020 - NOAA’s winter forecast for the U.S. favors warmer, drier conditions across the southern tier of the U.S., and cooler, wetter conditions in the North, thanks in part to an ongoing La Nina. Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center — a division of the National Weather Service — are also closely monitoring persistent… SEE MORE

King Tides and Sea-level Rise are Flooding Communities Along the East Coast

10/21/2020 - By Matthew Cappucci. Despite tranquil weather to start this week, flooding has affected coastal communities from the Florida Keys to Maine. Long stretches of shoreline along the East Coast were inundated, water levels running a foot or more above normal. The swollen sea temporarily claimed streets, parking lots and public… SEE MORE