September 14, 2021

September 13, 2021

Indigenous Tribes Facing Displacement in Alaska and Louisiana Say the U.S. Is Ignoring Climate Threats

Climate change is eroding shorelines and bringing about more destructive flooding that will soon displace dozens of Native tribes in Alaska, a complaint filed with the U.N. says. Native Alaskan villages often fail to qualify for relocation assistance from the federal government because the law does not recognize some unincorporated villages as eligible units of local government. 

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Warming Trends: Indoor Air Safer From Wildfire Smoke, a Fish Darts Off the Endangered List and Dragonflies Showing the Heat in the UK

A tiny fish that was once at the center of a Supreme Court fight in the 1970s is no longer threatened, and indoor air quality sensor data shows that people are largely keeping smoky air out. Plus, dragonflies are becoming more diverse and widespread in Britain and Ireland. But that’s not necessarily a good thing. It’s all in this week’s Warming Trends.

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September 10, 2021