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Articles in topic climate

Poland's coal dependency hampers climate change efforts

Poland is more dependent on coal than any other EU state, for around 75% of its electricity. A full 8% of that electricity comes from a single brown coal mine, Turow, in the country's southwest. Phil Black travels there to understand the pain of the energy transition -- a change necessary to avoid even greater suffering from climate change.

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Trump appoints climate science denier to top position at NOAA

David Legates, a longtime climate change skeptic, has been appointed by the Trump administration to help run the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the federal agency charged with producing "much of the climate research funded" by the government, The Washington Post reports.

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Trump baselessly questions climate science during briefing

President Donald Trump on Monday baselessly asserted that climate change is not playing a role in the catastrophic wildfires overtaking forests across the west, rebutting an official briefing him who pleaded for the President listen to the science.

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'Princess Bride' star: Ted Cruz represents the 'fire swamp' of Washington

The cast of beloved 1987 cult classic "The Princess Bride" is reuniting for a virtual table read of the script to raise money for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. Rob Reiner, the film's director, and star Cary Elwes join CNN's Ana Cabrera to discuss the film's place in today's political climate.

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In California, so much magnificence is gone

A few years ago, I would never have guessed that my beloved Northern California would be a ground zero for the global climate crisis—not here, and especially not this soon. But here we are. This year's devastating fire season, which is turning the sky an apocalyptic orange over the San Francisco Bay Area, is only one harrowing example.

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