Daily ED: June 9th, 2021

Short and juicy news in the climate change realm.

Photo by Tania Malréchauffé on Unsplash

Around 265 million years ago, much of modern-day Texas was underwater, and the vast region known as the Permian Basin was a flourishing coral reef.

Today, the organisms that once thrived there have been transformed into enormous deposits of fossil fuels — and they have made the area one of the most treacherous front lines in President Joe

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Rixlie Fozilova

Rixlie Fozilova

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Freelance Writer with a passion for Environment and Science. New article every Friday. Join my daily climate newsletter at rixliewrites.com.