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All material on DailyClimate.org is available for free syndication via customized RSS feeds.

Another way to use The Daily Climate's news aggregation

Washington Fire RSS page artRSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds offer another way to get The Daily Climate's content.

Subscribe to our curated feeds to get the latest headlines, summaries and links back to full articles published by news outlets worldwide - formatted for your favorite feed reader and updated daily.

Want a customized feed? We aggregate upwards of 100 climate stories a day, tagging each story and op-ed with metadata and classifiers.

Contact editor Brian Bienkowsksi at bbienkowski@ehn.org for more information.

 

Our feeds

Top climate stories - Best three stories of the day, handpicked by Daily Climate editors

Today's news - All the climate news stories we aggregate daily, 50 to 80 pieces each day.

Opinion - Today's opinions published by media outlets worldwide

Editorials - Today's editorials published by media outlets worldwide

 

Feeds by topic

Causes - Stories about the drivers, or forcing, behind climate change and global warming 

Coal - Debate over the use, impacts and future of coal-powered energy

Consequences - Stories about the impacts and consequences of climate change. Within consequences, we also offer several subcategories dealing with specific impacts:

Acidification - Impacts and consequences of the Earth's acidifying ocean

Adaptation - Society's efforts to adapt to climate change impacts 

Disease - Health and disease impacts related to climate change

Extreme weather - Impacts and science of extreme weather driven by global warming 

Sea-level rise - The rise of global sea levels as a result of climate change

Economics - The economics behind impacts, mitigation efforts and the political discussion related to climate change 

Energy - Climate-related stories about the development of energy resources

Politics - The political and societal debate over how to address climate change 

Science - The science of climate change

Solutions - Efforts to mitigate or reduce the pace of global warming

United Nations - Stories about the UN's global climate talks

 

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