It's 64 degrees in Chula Vista today. Here's the news—
Bill McKibben, New Yorker (Tweet)
We can’t meet our moral and practical burdens simply by reducing our own carbon emissions; we also need to make amends.
Clifford Krauss, New York Times (Tweet)
Struggling energy companies are increasing the production of renewable diesel, which can reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Henry Fountain, New York Times (Tweet)
The Trump administration, hastening its last-ditch effort to allow drilling there, said the sales would happen 30 days after an announcement is published in the Federal Register on Monday.
Joshua Sokol, New York Times (Tweet)
The sea mammals vanished from Oregon’s coast long ago, but a technique from human archaeology offers a clue to restoring them.
Catrin Einhorn, New York Times (Tweet)
Restoration projects had brought coho salmon back to creeks in the Seattle area. Then, in some streams, they were almost wiped out.
NPR, NPR (Tweet)
Top Democrats back off demands for larger COVID-19 relief bill. Sources tell NPR that President Trump is considering a run in 2024. Plus, new reports say climate change is making people sick.
Ian Livingston, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Winters are becoming shorter, less severe and generally milder in Washington, thanks largely to climate change and urbanization.
Andrew Freedman, Diana Leonard, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Howling winds and desiccated vegetation are leading to a volatile situation in Southern California at the same time as coronavirus cases surge and people are told to stay at home.