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“We find ourselves fighting old fights, fights (we thought) we won. And now we’re fighting them all over again. And that’s why we need you young people.” An update from the recent HBCU Climate Change Conference in New Orleans:

- via New Orleans City Business
Donora, Pennsylvania became the site of one of the worst air pollution disasters in U.S. history. Just one item from a new exhibition in the Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State University, which highlights the human impact on Planet Earth:

- via Penn State University
The newly founded Environmental Humanities Research Center at UC Irvine has an urgent agenda, as the time for mitigating the climate crisis is running out: 

- via UC Irvine School of Humanities
WATCH: Students from Pace University joined the TODAY show to try to set a Guinness world record for the most people watering plants at once. See if they succeeded!

- via TODAY
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