Icebergs float near Greenland at sunset

July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

It's likely because of climate change.

  Climate Change

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Report: 2018 Ranks As The 4th-Hottest Year On Record

1:31Farm equipment in a field
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To Fight Climate Change And Food Stress, We Need To Balance Land Use

1:13A man sifts through soil.
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United Nations: Climate Change Is Threatening Global Food Supply

2:25Thermometers and air conditioning units for sale
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The More We Use Air Conditioning, The More We May Need It

0:35Melting ice in Greenland
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Over 11 Billion Tons Of Ice Melted Off Greenland In A Single Day

1:51A woman gathers water from a spring in Zimbabwe
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Access To Water Is A Growing Concern Around The World

1:43People play in fountain in Berlin.
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June's Record High Temps Are Part Of A Worrisome Global Trend

1:33Then-Tropical Storm Barry on July 12, 2019.
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Hurricanes Are Wetter Than Ever And We Need Learn To Manage The Deluge

1:20Dry, cracked ground

Lawmakers Unveil Measure To Make Climate Change A National Emergency

1:03Paddleboarders in Alaska on July 4, 2019
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How Alaska Got To Its Record July Temperatures

0:52Oregon Capitol Building
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Oregon Republicans To End Walkout And Return To The Senate

1:08Workers install solar panels on a home in Florida
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New Bill Could Make Fossil Fuel-Heavy States Switch To More Renewables

1:08Flood waters in rural Mozambique following Cyclone Idai
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UN Report: Climate Change Could Force 120M People Into Poverty By 2030

1:12President Donald Trump leaves the White House on May 24, 2019.
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White House Proposes Removing Long-Term Climate Impact Reviews

1:29An Oregon State Trooper vehicle
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Oregon Republican Senators Flee The State To Block Climate Legislation

1:08New York State Capitol
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New York Senate Passes 'Aggressive' Climate And Emissions Bill

2:18Witnesses at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on climate change
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How Often Does The White House Quash Climate-Related Testimony?

4:28A busy city street

Smart Cities Invest More Money And Tech To Combat Climate Change

1:13London skyline
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UK Commits To Eliminating Its Net Carbon Emissions

2:04NASA satellites track rainfall from Hurricane Harvey in 2017

More Rain From Hurricanes Is Changing How We Study Them

1:15Flag of the United Nations
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UN Says 80 Countries Want To Increase Paris Climate Accord Commitments

7:01Isabella Johnson leads a climate strike in Chicago

Youth Activism Leads Push For Climate Change Action

3:03Humpback whales in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary

What Will It Take To Protect More Of The Oceans From Climate Change?

4:44Experts say green infrastructure saves money and does more for the community.
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Green Infrastructure Does More Than Handle City Rainwater

0:50Power plant
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CO2 Levels In The Atmosphere Reach Highest Point In Human Existence

5:05Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey introduce the Green New Deal
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Democrats Walk Tightrope With Green New Deal

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US Reportedly Refused To Sign Arctic Council Declaration

1:15IPBES summit meeting.
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New Report Shows The Earth Is Changing At An 'Unprecedented' Rate

0:55House of Representatives
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House Passes Bill To Stop US From Leaving Paris Climate Agreement

0:49U.K. Parliament.
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UK Lawmakers Declare Symbolic Climate Emergency