Climate Change

Climate Change Brings New Deadly Tick To Connecticut

Aug 27, 2020
Katherine Dugus / Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

A new species of deadly tick has been reported for the first time in Connecticut.

Charles Krupa / AP

The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season may be extremely busy, producing six to ten hurricanes with winds of 74 mph or higher.

Arnold Gold / New Haven Register via AP

The Yale University undergraduate student government wants the school to divest from companies that contribute to climate change and Puerto Rican debt.  

Carolyn Kaster / AP

New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli will review 27 thermal coal mining companies to see if the state should divest its pension fund from businesses that contribute to climate change.

Jimmy Golen / AP

A New Haven Superior Court judge has dismissed charges against nearly 50 people who disrupted a Yale-Harvard football game in November. The protesters challenged the two universities to divest their endowments from companies that contribute to climate change.

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