September 10, 2018

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Top News from Our Warming World

EPA Has Lost 1,600 Employees Under Trump. Only a Quarter Were Replaced. – Washington Post

Ships Start Plying a Less-Icy Arctic, Thanks to Climate Change – Washington Post

Many Major Airports Are Near Sea Level. A Disaster in Japan Shows What Can Go Wrong. – The New York Times

Evacuation Warnings Issued as Intensifying Hurricane Florence Heads for East Coast – CNBC

Paris Climate Rulebook Talks Struggle: Rich Countries Accused of Trying to Weaken Finance Rules – InsideClimate News

Pipeline Company Convicted in 2015 California Oil Spill – Reuters

Will the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Cross into South Carolina? Conservationists Are Worried. – The Post and Courier

Gov. Brown Signs 100% Zero-Carbon Electricity Bill in California – InsideClimate News