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CORRECTED-Deep in US oil country, students set to march for climate

16 Mar 2019

NEW YORK, March 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Oil is everywhere in Oklahoma, says local student Luke Kerr.

Deep in US oil country, students set to march for climate

15 Mar 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Oil is everywhere in Oklahoma, says local student Luke Kerr.

U.S. lawmakers tuck into juicy debate over meat substitutes

14 Mar 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Towering over a wooden podium in the Arkansas General Assembly this month, Republican representative David Hillman, a self-declared calf-roper, spoke of steak to pitch his latest bill.

FEATURE-U.S. lawmakers tuck into juicy debate over meat substitutes

14 Mar 2019

NEW YORK, March 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Towering over a wooden podium in the Arkansas General Assembly this month, Republican representative David Hillman, a self-declared calf-roper, spoke of steak to pitch his latest bill.

Americans in cool states misjudge threat from rising heat waves

12 Mar 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Americans most at risk from more frequent and intense heat waves tend to misjudge the deadly dangers hot spells can pose to their health, scientists said on Tuesday.

Americans in cool states misjudge threat from rising heat waves

12 Mar 2019

NEW YORK, March 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Americans most at risk from more frequent and intense heat waves tend to misjudge the deadly dangers hot spells can pose to their health, scientists said on Tuesday.

U.S. faces fresh water shortages due to climate change, research says

01 Mar 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The pressures of climate change and population growth could cause water shortages in most of the United States, preliminary government-backed research said on Thursday.

US faces fresh water shortages due to climate change, research says

01 Mar 2019

NEW YORK, Feb 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The pressures of climate change and population growth could cause water shortages in most of the United States, preliminary government-backed research said on Thursday.

U.S. craft marketplace makes plans to go green by offsetting emissions

28 Feb 2019

(This February 27 story corrects editing error in paragraph 7 to show data applies to United States, not Etsy)

CORRECTED-U.S. craft marketplace makes plans to go green by offsetting emissions

28 Feb 2019

NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Online crafts retailer Etsy Inc will go green by offsetting planet-warming carbon emissions from its shipping activities, the U.S. company said on Wednesday, joining a host of companies making public moves to battle climate change.

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Israel, Hamas trade blows as Gaza tensions simmer

Gaza militants fired rockets into southern Israel and Israeli aircraft carried out strikes in the Hamas-ruled territory overnight Tuesday, though the level of violence appeared to abate after Palestinians said a ceasefire had been reached.