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Honeybees are key to biodiversity. Researchers say ecosystems collapsing because of climate change have bee-like species that can be reintroduced  
Bee pollenating a yellow flower.

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Honeybees are key to biodiversity. Researchers say ecosystems collapsing because of climate change have bee-like species that can be reintroduced  

AI will play a bigger role in predicting weather and climate disasters in the US in 2024, experts say
People walk their dogs at the base of the Golden Gate bridge on a foggy, overcast day. The water looks turbulent.

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AI will play a bigger role in predicting weather and climate disasters in the US in 2024, experts say

The short-term rain forecast system is broken. Can AI do a better job of predicting deadly floods?
Dustin Shadownes walking in a creek with a cadaver dog.

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The short-term rain forecast system is broken. Can AI do a better job of predicting deadly floods?

Mainstream environmental nonprofits get the most philanthropic support, at the expense of diverse organizations, research says
A woman from the Indigenous community speaking in front of a microphone at a rally against fossil fuels.

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Mainstream environmental nonprofits get the most philanthropic support, at the expense of diverse organizations, research says

Northeastern grad helps breathe new life into family’s Rhode Island vineyard
Person holding grapes in a vineyard.

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Northeastern grad helps breathe new life into family’s Rhode Island vineyard

Should tourists go to Maui now that it’s reopening in the aftermath of devastating wildfires?
A girl riding her bike past a sign in Maui that says "Tourist Keep Out".

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Should tourists go to Maui now that it’s reopening in the aftermath of devastating wildfires?

What does El Nino mean for the coming winter?
Berry Greg shoveling snow off his front steps.

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What does El Nino mean for the coming winter?

The clock is ticking. Can ‘scientific diplomacy’ save the world’s hottest sea?
Persian Gulf waters.

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The clock is ticking. Can ‘scientific diplomacy’ save the world’s hottest sea?

Cross-country trek in electric vehicle tests the limits of charging network, finds faces tackling climate change along the way
Sophie Shrand standing in front of solar panels.

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Cross-country trek in electric vehicle tests the limits of charging network, finds faces tackling climate change along the way

Art and history come together in seaweed exhibit co-curated by Northeastern researcher
Textile depicting Underwater Flora, Seaweed, and Coral.

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Art and history come together in seaweed exhibit co-curated by Northeastern researcher

As Hurricane Lee approaches, ocean sensors deployed by Northeastern researchers will study wave and storm surge
Satellite image of Hurricane Lee in the Atlantic Ocean.

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As Hurricane Lee approaches, ocean sensors deployed by Northeastern researchers will study wave and storm surge

Flooding in Libya a ‘gray swan’ event, but dam infrastructure worldwide ‘not ready’ to meet the demands of a changing climate, expert says
An overhead shot of Derna in the aftermath of the devastating floods.

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Flooding in Libya a ‘gray swan’ event, but dam infrastructure worldwide ‘not ready’ to meet the demands of a changing climate, expert says