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1 The most devastating hurricanes could double by 2050 in nearly all regions of world, scientists say
2 India has seen months of extreme heat and this week it will only get hotter
3 Southern Californians told to reduce outdoor watering in 'unprecedented' order amid historic drought
4 Crucial tropical forests were destroyed at a rate of 10 soccer fields a minute last year
5 Europe has bought $46 billion worth of Russian energy since the Ukraine war began
6 Opinion: Struggling US families face a wave of power shutoffs if Congress doesn't act
7 Manchin is convening meetings on clean energy and climate. But few know exactly what he wants out of a deal
8 Mount St. Helens Fast Facts
9 Hurricane Season Fast Facts
10 16 states, DC and environmental groups sue USPS over gas-powered trucks
11 The world's most challenging cruise ship routes
12 Soaring costs and shortages push German industry to the brink
13 A robot lives in this Antarctic penguin colony. It's trying to save them
14 Why the Great American Lawn is terrible for the West's water crisis
15 Police are searching for a coyote after it attacked and injured a girl in Huntington Beach
16 Canadian doctors are prescribing free passes to national parks to treat patients
17 Planet-warming emissions from cow burps have been seen from space
18 Emperor penguins have an unlikely robot ally as they face threats at the edge of the world
19 Lake Powell officials face an impossible choice in the West's megadrought: Water or electricity
20 A dolphin was impaled with a 'spear-like object' in Florida--while it was still alive
21 Why this group is working to preserve heirloom collard greens
22 Puerto Rico Fast Facts
23 Meet an 'extreme' plant that thrives and grows faster under stress
24 Germany will support an EU oil embargo on Russia
25 Rocket Lab catches, then drops booster in helicopter capture attempt
26 India and Pakistan heatwave is 'testing the limits of human survivability,' expert says
27 11 remote mountain huts to escape from it all
28 Earth Day Fast Facts
29 Iran's Nuclear Capabilities Fast Facts
30 Lake Powell officials take unprecedented, emergency steps to delay water releases as level plummets
31 Next Big Trip: Stay in a sumptuous room inside the Moulin Rouge
32 'Star Wars' locations that actually exist
33 Stanford University announces new climate change school with $1.1 billion from renowned venture capitalist
34 Officials worry Southern California won't have enough water to get through summer without unprecedented cuts
35 Brazil president lashes out at Leonardo DiCaprio after actor tweets about Amazon rainforest protection
36 Alabama church known for role in voting rights movement is on the list of most endangered historic places
37 This solar-powered plane could stay in the air for months
38 How to build a runway out of solid ice
39 Europe is planning to ditch Russia's oil. Will it go after its gas?
40 DOJ announces new office to enforce laws around climate crisis, toxic pollution
41 Massive amount of water found below Antarctica's ice sheet for 1st time
42 One of Taiwan's most beautiful roads has reopened
43 Solar energy projects are grinding to a halt in the US amid investigation into parts from China
44 Drought expands in the Southwest, worsening the region's fire risk and water crisis
45 Golf on safari: animals roam the greens at Africa's only PGA-accredited course
46 Antarctica's majestic underwater world is trying to adapt to a warmer planet
47 3 coyotes killed in Dallas after attack on 2-year-old boy
48 The two largest reservoirs in California are already at 'critically low levels' and the dry season is just starting
49 How to survive an alligator attack--or better yet, avoid one entirely
50 A Massachusetts family thought they rescued a stray puppy. It turned out to be a coyote
51 'Babysitting' the next generation of New Zealand's endangered sea lions
52 More human remains found at Lake Mead as reservoir's water level plunges
53 There's a 50:50 chance the planet will pass the 1.5íC warming threshold in the next 5 years
54 Putin tells local officials to do better on fighting Siberian fires
55 13 of the world's best hotels for a splurge
56 Great Barrier Reef suffers sixth mass bleaching event with 91% of reefs surveyed affected
57 Ukraine halts some Russian gas flows to Europe
58 Reducing harmful air pollution has led to a surprising effect--more hurricanes in the North Atlantic
59 House Natural Resources Committee refers investigation involving former Trump officials to DOJ
60 This California desert could hold the key to powering all of America's electric cars
61 Europe is running out of time to find alternatives to Russian gas
62 Tonga volcano was the most ferocious eruption in 140 years
63 Biden administration announces more than $250 million in new grants to redevelop contaminated sites across America
64 As water runs short in California, commission rejects $1.4 billion desalination plant
65 Sebastian Vettel says climate change makes him question his Formula 1 job
66 Climate change doubled chance of South African floods that killed 435 people, analysis shows
67 Snake Island: The tiny speck of land playing an outsized role in Russia's war on Ukraine
68 Texans asked to turn up thermostats after sweltering heat knocks six power plants offline
69 China tensions loom as Japan's Okinawa marks 50 years since US handover
70 Smart tech is helping to save China's giant pandas
71 California is in a water crisis, yet usage is way up. Officials are focused on the wrong problem, advocates say
72 Opinion: Orange County fire magnifies a stunning truth about climate change
73 Pakistan hit by deadly cholera outbreak as heat wave grips South Asia
74 Opinion: How President Biden can win the energy war with Russia--and lower gas prices
75 The 'lucky country' is facing a crucial test. The result will affect us all
76 India offered to help fix the global food crisis. Here's why it backtracked
77 One in six killed by pollution worldwide, study finds
78 Europe is still confused about how to pay its Russian gas bills
79 Climate change is making record-breaking heatwaves in India and Pakistan 100 times more likely
80 COVID-19 wastewater surveillance is promising tool, but critical challenges remain
81 Peabody Awards Fast Facts
82 Amazing Australia experiences for every type of traveler
83 Human hair is being used to clean up oil spills
84 Coke's new bottle cap doesn't come off
85 First on CNN: DOE announces multibillion-dollar project to kickstart a carbon dioxide removal industry in US
86 Manchin, Republican lawmakers grill Interior chief over oil and gas drilling plans amid high prices
87 Energy Secretary says administration is working on relief for solar industry amid tariff investigation
88 China needs Russian coal. Moscow needs new customers
89 Human-induced climate crisis is making Japan's cherry blossoms bloom earlier
90 Harris and EPA will announce schools can apply for $500 million to replace diesel school buses with zero-emissions buses
91 5 Asian military hotspots and how they play into Biden's visit
92 Russia is about to cut off Finland's natural gas
93 Forest Service officials are hitting a pause on prescribed fires after a New Mexico burn escaped containment
94 It's going to be hot with a chance of blackouts
95 Opinion: WEF president: How the world can rebuild cooperation
96 California is set to get its first new state park in over a decade
97 Japan turns away from post-WWII pacifism as China threat grows
98 Australian voters deliver strong message on climate, ending conservative government's 9-year rule
99 Ukraine's natural environment is another casualty of war. The damage could be felt for decades
100 Court to decide whether Happy the elephant deserves basic human rights
101 Australia has a new left-leaning government: Here's what you need to know
102 California governor pleads for more water conservation, warns of mandatory statewide restrictions
103 Expect to lose up to 58 hours of sleep a year by 2099. Here's why
104 NASA captures eruption of 'Sharkcano'
105 What you need to know about China-Taiwan tensions
106 Opinion: The US solar panel industry is on the verge of collapsing. Here's how to prevent it
107 Big Oil, flush with cash, is failing on climate pledges
108 From alternative fuels to rationing trips: A guide to more sustainable flying
109 InSight lander's final selfie on Mars shows why its mission is ending
110 Interior Department announces $33 million to clean up 277 methane-spewing wells on federal land. There are millions more
111 Shell escaped liability for oil spills in Nigeria for years. Then four farmers took them to court--and won
112 The Azores: Nine island gems with a volcanic past and a magical present
113 Human genome of Pompeii victim sequenced for the first time
114 'I wouldn't trust them.' Energy Secretary blasts Russia for 'weaponizing' energy
115 Supreme Court allows Biden administration to continue counting the costs of planet-warming emissions, for now