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La Niña typically means cooler, wetter conditions on average globally, but not everywhere, and not every time. Luis Robayo/AFP via Getty Images

La Niña is coming, raising the chances of a dangerous Atlantic hurricane season – an atmospheric scientist explains this climate phenomenon

After a year of record-breaking global heat with El Niño, will La Niña bring a reprieve? That depends on where you live and how you feel about hurricanes.
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Here’s how to fix Australia’s approach to soil carbon credits so they really count towards our climate goals

A group of agricultural and soil scientists has serious concerns about the way credits are awarded for soil carbon sequestration in Australia.
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We need urban trees more than ever – here’s how to save them from extreme heat

New research reveals how trees respond to extreme heat. Most trees lose more water than models predict. Some species cope better than others. Access to water will be critical for the hot summer ahead.

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