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Hot News: July 22

– US Prepares for Major Heat Wave
– Countries Nearing a Deal on HFCs
– 2016 On Track to be Hottest Year on Record
– White House Announces Electric Vehicle Charging Incentives
– Here’s what Trump delegates think about climate change (E&E News $)
– Pumped up: Renewables growth revives old energy-storage method (Wall Street Journal $)
– Obama to host Mexican president for White House talks (AP, Bloomberg)
– China installed 20 GW of solar power in first-half; triple from a year ago (Reuters)
– Drought ‘shuts down Amazon carbon sink’ (BBC, Climate Home)


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The U.S. is witnessing a massive, dangerous heat wave that poses severe risks to health — particularly for children and the elderly — and to crops across the country. “With every heat wave, probably the number one question is, is it climate change, or is it not? Well the answer is, it’s both. We get heat waves naturally, but climate change is amping them up, it’s giving them that extra energy, to make them even more serious, and have even greater impacts,” said Katharine Hayhoe, #YEARSproject Science Advisor & Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University


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