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Climate scientists say a few degrees Celsius matters for climate change.

Interactive: Where do 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls stand on climate change?

The Washington Post put together a way for people to compare candidates’ positions on several climate change-related issues.

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Thwaites Glacier is part of the is part of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and flows into the Amundsen Sea in the southern South Pacific Ocean.

In this May 24, 2012 photo, Route 61 is shown eroded and covered in graffiti in Centralia, Pa. Fifty years ago a fire at the town dump spread to a network of coal mines underneath hundreds of homes and business in the northeastern Pennsylvania borough of Centralia, eventually forcing the demolition of nearly every building.

Is Centralia’s Graffiti Highway art or vandalism?

An abandoned stretch of road brings thousands of tourists from across the United States to Centralia, Columbia County. Known as “Graffiti Highway,” it is one of the last landmarks in the once-bustling mining town.

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A Range Resources well site in Washington County in 2018.

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, of Pennsylvania’s 1st congressional district, (center) and Rep. Dan Kildee, from Michigan’s 5th congressional district listen as Joseph J. Nolan, a county consulting engineer for Warminster Township in Pennsylvania, explains how the new water treatment system on Well 10 works to remove the PFAS contamination.

FILE PHOTO: Three Mile Island nuclear plant incident - President Jimmy Carter, second from left, visits the nuclear plant near Harrisburg, Pa., USA, April 4, 1979.

Watch: Meltdown at Three Mile Island: 40 Years Later

A look at what happened inside the containment building at TMI on March 28, 1979, and the chaos, confusion, miscommunication and fear in the area after the accident occurred.

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A sinkhole that opened up in January was surrounded by orange plastic fencing outside a suburban home at Lisa Drive in West Whiteland Township, Chester County.

Drilling on shaky ground: Why Chester County’s DA is investigating the Mariner East pipeline project

StateImpact Pennsylvania reporter Susan Phillips discusses the Mariner East project’s problems, and how a pipeline explosion in western Pennsylvania led District Attorney Tom Hogan to take a hard look at a pipeline in his own backyard.

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