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U.S. teen poets find no rhyme or reason to climate peril

24 May 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - "The ice caps are melting to blue - but don't you know that affects us too?" recited Jordan Sanchez, rehearsing her lines outside the New York City auditorium where she would deliver them on stage later that day.

FEATURE-U.S. teen poets find no rhyme or reason to climate peril

24 May 2019

NEW YORK, May 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - "The ice caps are melting to blue - but don't you know that affects us too?" recited Jordan Sanchez, rehearsing her lines outside the New York City auditorium where she would deliver them on stage later that day.

Proposed U.S. plant to pull CO2 from thin air, use it to pump oil

22 May 2019

JACKSON, Wyoming May 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A U.S. oil producer is teaming up with a company working to grab planet-warming carbon dioxide (CO2) straight from the air in a bid to extract more oil from the ground in a greener way, the companies said on Tuesday.

U.S. push to capture carbon fuses green and fossil-fuel interests

21 May 2019

JACKSON, Wyoming, May 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - J ason Albritton, who works for green group The Nature Conservancy, says he is all for technology to suck carbon dioxide (CO2), the main cause of climate change, out of the air.

In U.S., New York latest to say no to natural gas infrastructure plans

16 May 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A bid to build a controversial pipeline to boost New York's natural gas supply was rejected by authorities on Wednesday, the latest manifestation of a nationwide divide over the United States' energy future.

In US, New York latest to say no to natural gas infrastructure plans

16 May 2019

NEW YORK, May 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A bid to build a controversial pipeline to boost New York's natural gas supply was rejected by authorities on Wednesday, the latest manifestation of a nationwide divide over the United States' energy future.

Falling coffee prices mean falling forests: U.S. coffee czar

09 May 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Plunging coffee prices may be pressuring farmers to carve out land in rainforests for survival, the head of the U.S. coffee trade body said, urging more help for growers to cope.

Children may be their parents' best climate-change teachers, scientists find

06 May 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Teenagers in the U.S. coastal state of North Carolina who were schooled in the basics of man-made climate change saw their parents grow more concerned about the issue, scientists said on Monday in the first study of its kind.

Nearly 500 U.S. churches face climate-linked flooding threat, scientists say

03 May 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly 500 U.S. churches built in low-lying coastal areas are in danger of flooding at least once a year by 2050 should seas continue rising amid unchecked climate change, scientists said Thursday.

Nearly 500 U.S. churches face climate-linked flooding threat, scientists say

03 May 2019

NEW YORK, May 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly 500 U.S. churches built in low-lying coastal areas are in danger of flooding at least once a year by 2050 should seas continue rising amid unchecked climate change, scientists said Thursday.

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