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Climate change could be keeping you up at night

Nighttime temperatures are rising around the world. New research shows being too warm at night could disturb sleep, and lead to poorer health.
By Christine Mehta
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Carbon capture: climate change’s “healthy” cigarette

The tobacco industry made millions selling “healthy cigarettes” even when it knew smoking killed. Decades later, will the fossil fuel industry get away selling us “healthy” carbon using the tobacco industry’s playbook?
By Laalitha Surapaneni
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No time to waste

How Harvard Chan School researchers are taking action on climate change .
By Chris Sweeney
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A reef gets a reboot in Madagascar

Scientists hope restoring coral reefs will boost a local economy, improve nutrition, and even relieve anxiety.
By Chris Sweeney
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Letter from Nairobi

My friend’s butterfly garden seemed absurd. Now it relieves my climate stress.
By Christine Mungai