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The effect the Supreme Court's climate decision may have

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Thousands have been sent to the hospital due to Japan's blistering heatwave

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The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant shut down in 2019. Exelon Generation blamed the closure on a lack of state subsidies. Such subsidies are growing amid concerns that such closures abet climate change. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Soldiers patrol near the TotalEnergies complex in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. Last year the insurgency caused TotalEnergies to put onshore operations on hold. But Italy's ENI and ExxonMobil are moving ahead with a new floating LNG ship offshore. It plans to deliver its first LNG later this year. Simon Wohlfahrt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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War in Ukraine is driving demand for Africa's natural gas. That's controversial

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The flooding of the Saint John River in 2019 marks the second consecutive year of major flooding. Marc Guitard/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Change Is Tough On Personal Finances

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Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister delivers a report on Epic Charter Schools during a news conference June 21, 2022, in Oklahoma City. She will challenge Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt in November. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Wajahat Malik, right, and a Pakistan Navy seaman navigate the Indus River. Malik organized a 40-day expedition down the 2,000-mile river to document "the peoples, the cultures, the biodiversity and just whatever comes our way," he says — including the impact of climate change and pollution. Diaa Hadid/For NPR hide caption

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Floating in a rubber dinghy, a filmmaker documents the Indus River's water woes

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President Biden appears with other G7 leaders on Sunday, as a summit at Elmau Castle in the German Alps gets underway. Biden announced a $200 billion U.S. investment as part of a global infrastructure project by major democracies to counter China's investments in developing countries. JONATHAN ERNST/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ice in the Arctic is melting even faster than scientists expected, study finds

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An Aquinnah Wampanoag elder is restoring some land to what it was before colonists

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Scientists hope the larvae of the darkling beetle — nicknamed "superworms" — might solve the world's trash crisis thanks to their uncanny ability to eat polystyrene. The University of Queensland hide caption

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How 'superworms' could help solve the trash crisis

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The Supreme Court may issue a ruling that could hurt Biden's climate change plans

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