Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

It's 49 degrees in Somerset today. Here's the news—

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The West Coast Wildfires Are Apocalypse, Again

Michelle Nijhuis, New Yorker (Tweet)

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Living In Harm's Way: Why Most Flood Risk Is Not Disclosed

Rebecca Hersher, NPR (Tweet)

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The Weekly Planet: The Question That Haunts Climate Advocates

Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic (Tweet)

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Donald Trump’s Great Reveal

Tom McTague, Peter Nicholas, The Atlantic (Tweet)

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Living In Harm's Way: Why Most Flood Risk Is Not Disclosed

Rebecca Hersher, NPR (Tweet)

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Interracial couple navigate Trump's America after getting engaged in Obama years - The Washington Post

Sydney Trent, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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The next environmental crisis could be in space

Miriam Kramer, Axios (Tweet)

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California's greenhouse gas emissions rose slightly in 2018

Tony Barboza, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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Climate Change Is A Top Campaign Issue — At Least For Democrats

NPR, NPR (Tweet)

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King Tides, boosted by sea-level rise, are flooding communities along the East Coast

Matthew Cappucci, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Northern California faces days of ‘critical’ fire risk, with more deliberate power shutoffs

Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post (Tweet)

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Column: Is Trump the worst president ever? He's got some competition

Nicholas Goldberg, Los Angeles Times (Tweet)

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The world is worried about the coronavirus. It’s equally concerned about climate change.

Jariel Arvin, Vox (Tweet)

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Turning veggie burgers into veggie discs? Europe considers unappetizing rebrand.

Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post (Tweet)