The Stream, September 20, 2019: Chemicals in U.S. Tap Water Could Cause up to 100,000 Cancer Cases

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The Global Rundown Chemical contamination in U.S. tap water…

'Our Land Is No Use Any More': India's Struggle To Save Its Farms

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Land degradation and climate change are posing major threats to India's economy and farmers. Part of the Covering Climate Now partnership

The US Navy Has a Water Problem

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The Second Fleet was reactivated to patrol the Arctic. Only problem is, the fleet’s home is on the front lines of sea-level rise: Naval Station Norfolk. Part of the Covering Climate Now partnership.

The Stream, September 19, 2019: Laundry Lint Comprises Majority of Microplastics in Freshwater, Study Finds

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The Global Rundown An analysis of microplastic particles finds…

The Rapid Rise of Legionella: Q&A with Patrick Breysse of the CDC

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For public health “you have to confront Legionnaires’ disease,”…

UN Secretary General Urges Public Pressure Against Climate “Emergency”

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“Nature is angry,” but a Green New Deal can help, says UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Part of the Covering Climate Now partnership.

The Stream, September 18, 2019: Third Flooding Event Possible Along Missouri River

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The Global Rundown Another wave of flooding is expected along…

Voice For The Planet

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Editor’s Note: Circle of Blue has joined National Geographic…

'Like a Sunburn on Your Lungs': How Does the Climate Crisis Impact Health?

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Children, pregnant women and the elderly are the most at risk from extreme weather and heat – but the impact is already felt across every specialty of medicine. Part of the Covering Climate Now partnership.

A New Beginning for Climate Reporting

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Could it be that the press, especially the US press, is finally waking up to the climate story? Part of the Covering Climate Now partnership.

The Stream, September 17, 2019: Australian Towns Likely to Run Dry by November, Projections Show

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The Global Rundown Several towns in New South Wales, Australia,…