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Climate Change News Digest for 12/27/23

This digest provides a selection of recent news articles relating to climate change and other environmental issues. Click on the title to read the full article from its original source.

By Ernesto Londoño and Michael Levenson (New York Times)

Jogging in a T-shirt in Minnesota in December? A scientist called the rare string of balmy days “a visceral feeling of what climate change looks and feels like.”

By Helena Horton (The Guardian)

Countries less able to rebuild or who have contributed least to the climate crisis suffer the worst, research reveals.

By Georgina Gustin, Phil McKenna (Inside Climate News)

A long standing pattern of letting livestock producers off the hook continues, even as billions pour into the industry.

By Rajat Shrestha and Devashree Saha (World Resources Institute)

Thousands of U.S. neighborhoods rely on the oil, gas and coal industries for revenue and jobs. While the shift to clean energy is often cited as a growing threat to these "energy communities,"  analysis shows it’s just one of many burdens they face. 45% of the population living in energy communities also live in communities identified as "disadvantaged".

By Staff (Inside Climate News)

The push and pull of progress and catastrophe made 2023 one of the most discordant—and consequential—years for the world’s climate. In 2023, clean energy progress and the horrors of a radically warming climate fought almost to a draw.

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