Pennsylvania’s natural gas producers see an opportunity in Europe to replace Russian gas. A new UN climate report warns the window to act is quickly closing. Mental health professionals are figuring out how to get resources to people struggling with the climate crisis. Plus, a new report on aging infrastructure that can be bad fish and dangerous for people: dams.
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- A Philadelphia couple wrote a children’s book to help parents have ‘The Climate Talk’ - "Coco's Journey" follows Coco the squirrel and her father on a journey to stop climate change. The story helps kids deal with climate anxiety.
- River advocates call for removing old dams more quickly - A new report by American Rivers says aging dams that no longer serve a purpose harm the health of rivers and put people and communities in danger.
- How to address the looming crisis of climate anxiety - As climate change worsens, the need will grow for mental health services. Some therapists are recommending climate action to ease worry. Others are advocating for community-based therapies to fill the gap.
- 3.3 billion people ‘highly vulnerable’, as brief window for climate action rapidly closes - In the latest UN report, "the cumulative scientific evidence is unequivocal." It warns that some ecosystems have already reached their ability to adapt.
- Pennsylvania gas producers look to export to Europe amid Russian invasion of Ukraine - But ramping up enough gas to replace Russian sources won’t happen overnight. It could take "a period of years."