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The White House launched an initiative Wednesday aimed at expanding the use of climate data nationwide, to help communities cope with the impacts of global warming.
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Wind and dust conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa Africa can help predict a meningitis epidemic.
A study of over 100 million people – the largest of its kind – claims a strong link between environmental toxins and autism, but the science isn’t watertight.
Ringed seal. Image Credit: Alaska Fisheries Science Center/NOAA Fisheries Service.