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I am the “climatechange activist” referenced in the April 13 editorial, “Heed some new ways to combat rising seas in Miami and Miami Beach.” As a Miami resident and business owner, I am concerned about climate change. How we can slow down its effects? How to we can protect ourselves from sea …

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Kamoliddinzoda Ilyos Jamoliddin, Deputy Minister for Economic Development and Trade of Tajikistan, drawing attention to his nation’s vulnerability to climate change, said its Government had focused on innovative approaches, such as the construction of hydroelectric facilities helping to bring down …

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Hundreds of students lined a lush, green Quad on a particularly sunshiney Earth Day, interested and energized about making a difference to help the planet. Freshman Ben Grabner, president of the Environmental Campus Organization, is part of the many different groups and organizations on campus …

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Could it be? Is “Pizza Rat” back? NY1 TV news producer, Michael Courant, recorded this video of a rodent hungry for a slice. Apparently he was the only one on the subway platform thrilled to see the critter. Comedian Matt Little is the original videographer of 2015’s Pizza Rat. His video on YouTube has …

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a key scientific advisory committee on climate change, disbanded by the federal government late last year and subsequently reconvened by New York State, will hold its first meeting in New York City this week. The committee, officially titled the Independent …

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