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Steps to Aid US Fossil Fuel Workers in the Clean Energy Transition

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Polar bear in Svalbard
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COVID-19 Bailouts Should Target Oil and Gas Workers and Communities, Not Companies

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Two workers walking to a natural gas fracking operation. Photo by Justin Woolford/Flickr.
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Oil & Gas Win, Clean Energy Loses in U.S. COVID-19 Response

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Clemson University team members install solar panels during the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon
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3 Reasons to Invest in Renewable Energy Now

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Man installing panels
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Bumble bee
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This Month in Climate Science, January 2020: More Injury-related Deaths, Mass Seabird Die-off, River Ice Disappearing

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Common murres in the North Pacific
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This Month in Climate Science, December 2019: Pre-term Births, Fewer Fishermen and Accelerated Arctic Melt

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Two fishermen offloading lobster from their boat onto a floating dock in Maine.
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emperor penguins
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CO2 Emissions Climb to an All-Time High (Again) in 2019: 6 Takeaways from the Latest Climate Data

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Smokestacks
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This Month in Climate Science, September 2019: Ocean and Ice Warning; Lost Birds; Pancake Breakfast at Risk?

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Small melting iceberg, Svalberg, Norway
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This Month in Climate Science, August 2019: Persistent Summers, Bumpier Plane Rides and More Heat Deaths

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As U.S. Government Retreats on Reducing Climate-warming Methane, 4 States Step Up

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Drilling rig
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This Month in Climate Science, July 2019: Raccoon Explosions, Climate-friendly Elephants and More 100-Degree Days

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Elephants
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A CO2 Direct Air Capture Plant Will Help Extract Oil in Texas. Could This Actually Be Good for the Climate?

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CO2 removed from the air can be used to extract oil, like at this Michigan facility. Photo by U.S. Department of Energy/Flickr.
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This Month in Climate Science: Primate Extinctions; Ice-free Greenland; A Dengue Explosion

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chimpanzees in Uganda
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This Month in Climate Science: Fertility Impacts, Accelerating Extinctions and Green Oceans

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Tufted puffins
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Emperor penguin
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This Month in Climate Science: Migrating Mosquitoes, Marine Heatwaves, More Hay Fever

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Mosquito
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This Month in Climate Science: First Climate-Induced Mammal Extinction, Color-changing Oceans and Stranded Sea Turtles

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Bramble Cay melomys
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