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SZA feat. Isaiah Rashad "Warm Winds"

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Rapper joins SZA in the country for hazy, lo-fi vid

Following on the heels of her provocative, self-directed "Babylon" video, SZA has shared a new clip, this time featuring her TDE labelmate, Isaiah Rashad. The "Warm Winds" video, again co-directed by by APLUSFILMZ, adds blissed-out visuals to the soulful track, capturing SZA and Isaiah frolicking among tall grass and flowers on a dirt lane in the country. A soft-focus, washed out effect adds......read more

The Climate Science Low Down

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Tales Of A Warmer Planet By Curt Stager For The New York Times

It's a mistake to think the climatic effects of our carbon emissions will be over within a few decades or centuries. Our intergenerational responsibilities run much deeper into the future. In this new Anthropocene epoch, the “Age of Humans,” we have become so numerous, our technology so powerful, and our lives so interconnected that we are now a force of nature on a geological scale.......read more

Renewable Energy Doesn't Mean Clean Energy

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The European Accounting Error That's Warming The Planet By John Upton

SELBY, U.K. – The heavy power lines and narrow roads between the steam-billowing towers of three of England’s biggest power plants traverse an energy industry in upheaval. Shuttered coal mines are flanked by emerald pastures. Towering wind turbines and solar arrays have taken root in windblown cereal fields. In the middle of the transition is the Drax Power Station — Western......read more

Heart Door Mat by Commune

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Coir fiber mat carries warm message for returning home $70.00

Commune is perhaps best known for designing game-changing hotel and retail spaces like the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs and the Heath Ceramics stores in LA and SF. The company also offers a range of tastefully crafted homewares, including this patterned doormat available via General Store. The bold, minimal graphic carries a simple message: Home = Love, a warm welcome for any abode.......read more

Down Scarf by Nau

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Keep warm and conserve space with this super-compressible scarf $70.00

Winter travels are likely to bring chilly temperatures, so don't forget to pack accordingly. Portland's Nau delivers packable coziness in the form of this super-warm down scarf, which packs down to a puny size to conserve luggage space. The insulating, ultra-light 650-fill down is covered by a 100% recycled polyester shell and lining. The two ends conceal hidden, zip-closure pockets that double......read more

Trapper Throw by Faribault Woolen Mill Co.

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Stay snug and warm over the holidays with a Minnesota-made, merino wool throw $198.00

As the temperature continues to drop, we're finding ourselves increasingly obsessed with wool. And there are few brands that do wool as well as Faribault, the Minnesota weavers whose heritage dates back to 1865. With a heavy emphasis on function and quality, the company's merino wool Trapper Throw is a good example of what the brand is about: simple, high-end wool products churned out by a......read more

By Alister Doyle for Reuters OSLO, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Warmer air triggered the collapse of a huge ice shelf off Antarctica in 2002, according to a report on Thursday that may help scientists predict future break-ups around the frozen continent. Antarctica is a key to sea level rise, which threatens coastal areas around the world.. It has enough ice to raise seas by 57 meters (190 feet) if it......read more

Oatmeal Wool Blanket by Tourne

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Winter's coming. Stay snug and warm with this Canadian wool blanket $245.00

As we settle into the colder months, it's time for more indoor activity. And by activity, we mean nestling on the couch under a cozy blanket. Brook Farm General Store has got you covered--literally--with this Oatmeal Wool Blanket by Tourne, woven at a family-run mill in Canada using 100 percent virgin, super-soft wool from locally raised sheep. Very cozy indeed. Each end features a single natural......read more

Global Warming is Going to Be Financially Hard-Hitting

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Bipartisan Report Tallies High Toll on Global Economy from Global Warming

More than a million homes and businesses along the nation’s coasts could flood repeatedly before ultimately being destroyed. Entire states in the Southeast and the Corn Belt may lose much of their agriculture as farming shifts northward in a warming world. Heat and humidity will probably grow so intense that spending time outside will become physically dangerous, throwing industries like......read more

Once Upon a Climate Change

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Marty Kaplan on the role of storytellers and artists in the global warming fight

Marty Kaplan for the Huffington Post: Those who tell the stories rule the world, it's said, but it's hard to tell a story unless you know the ending. We don't yet know the ending of the climate change story. The beginning of the ending, though, happened in Kyoto, Japan in 1997, where delegates from 37 industrialized nations and the European Union agreed to the binding greenhouse gas reductions......read more

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