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Hot News: May 31

– Governments Get Ready for Clean Energy Ministerial
– Large Parts of Great Barrier Reef Dead or Dying
– Near-Normal Hurricane Season Expected
– Persistent Chill in Antarctica Blunts Climate Change Effects
– Threatened by climate change, national parks and world heritage sites draw millions (ThinkProgress)
– Guess which state towers over all the others on wind energy? (OnEarth)
– What do Americans really think about global warming? (60 Minutes/Vanity Fair)
– China is encouraging its citizens to eat less meat — and that could be a big win for the climate (Washington Post $)
– How Greg Hunt and his department turned good news into an international scandal (Guardian)
– UN draws BNP Paribas for green-bond push to unlock funding (Bloomberg)


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A near-normal hurricane season is expected this year, however, this "does not mean that we’re off the hook or that there won’t be hurricane impacts,” said National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) director Kathy Sullivan. Science shows that while hurricanes may not become more frequent, the proportion of the most intense storms could rise due to man-made climate change. As sea level rises, potential storm surge increases as seen in #YEARSproject's 'Christie & The Storm' and the impacts of Hurricane Sandy:


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