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After bombing in Brussels, Facebook activates Safety Check feature so that loved ones in Brussels can let family and friends know they're alive and well.
U.S. coastal cities are expected to be underwater with a sea level rise projection of 20 feet by 2200. Keeping global temperatures from rising still wouldn't prevent this disaster.
Science can now estimate the impact of climate change on some extreme events, such as heatwaves and also examines human-caused climate change events.
In the span of a few hours, data from social networks can be used to determine natural disaster damages.
Officials in New Jersey's largest school district turned off water fountains at 30 school buildings due to high levels of lead. It is not clear how long the water ban will be enforced.
Europe’s biggest floating solar farm to be installed on London’s Queen Elizabeth II reservoir by 2020.
Ottawa mechanic designed skis for his smart car, creating a snow car.
Natural gas infrastructure climate risks arise following methane leak.
New study reveals dramatic change in sea levels over the past 2,800 years.
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