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Carbon emissions have made the world a greener place, which has a cooling effect

The very same carbon emissions responsible for harmful changes to climate are also fertilizing plant growth, which in turn is somewhat moderating glo...
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Coastal flats in Norway are home to barnacle geese when preparing for the migration to Svalbard. Helgeland (left photograph) has been the traditional staging area. During the past 25 years a rapidly increasing proportion of barnacle geese switched to Vesterålen (right photograph). Photographs are by Paul Shimmings (left) and Ingunn M. Tombre (right).

Animals take climate action

Migratory animals are actively adjusting their traditions to climate change.
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