Click here for Spanish audio. (Menlo Park, CA, Tuesday, September 15, 2020) – Today, ahead of Climate Week, Facebook announced the launch of a new Climate Science Information Center on the platform to connect people...

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(Washington, DC, Thursday, September 3, 2020)  –This year, the U.S. has already been impacted by devastating weather events, including wildfires in California, extreme wind and rain from Hurricane Laura, tornadoes, floods, and even a heartbreaking...

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(Washington D.C., Jueves 3 de Septiembre, 2020) – En agosto del 2017, el huracán Harvey generó más de cinco pies de lluvia a lo largo de la costa de Texas. La tormenta causó inundaciones devastadoras...

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(Washington D.C., Thursday, September 3, 2020) – In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey dropped more than five feet of rain along the coast of Texas. The storm caused widespread flooding that damaged more than 200,000 homes...

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(New York, NY, Wednesday, September 2, 2020) – A new report from Datu Research and commissioned by Environmental Defense Fund analyzes decades of data and reveals that extreme weather driven by climate change has already...

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(Washington D.C., Jueves 27 de Agosto, 2020) – En septiembre del 2017, Puerto Rico sufrió dos intensos huracanes de Categorías 4 y 5, Irma y María. El huracán Irma fue el huracán más fuerte que...

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(New York, NY, Thursday, August 13, 2020) – The global pandemic has accelerated the already fast-moving transition to online shopping, pushing more consumers to turn to e-commerce platforms for their everyday shopping needs – a...

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(Washington D.C., Thursday, July 16, 2020) – The country’s national parks and public lands comprise the nation’s most significant natural and cultural treasures. These lands preserve American heritage and history and offer unparalleled recreation opportunities...

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