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The little engine that could

The little engine that could

Stirling engines can do almost anything

By | Posted March 17, 2014

On the ground: Alaska’s national parks lead the way in planning for climate change

On the ground: Alaska’s national parks lead the way in planning for climate change

The National Park Service knows climate change is coming early and will hit hard in the 49th state – so is taking steps to prepare

By | Posted January 24, 2014

On the ground: New challenges for the River Thames

On the ground: New challenges for the River Thames

Will a warming climate and rising sea levels make the riverbanks too unsafe to live?

By | Posted January 23, 2014

Swapping goods for CO2 emissions in the global economy

Swapping goods for CO2 emissions in the global economy

What if we counted emissions based on where products are consumed, not produced?

By | Posted January 17, 2014

Is my exposed brick wall bad for the climate?

Is my exposed brick wall bad for the climate?

Yes, but insulating can reduce my carbon footprint and save money

By | Posted December 4, 2013

Can flexibility help species avoid extinction?

Can flexibility help species avoid extinction?

Organisms keep up with a changing climate without waiting for genetic adaptation

By | Posted November 7, 2013

The high cost of carbon in city trees

The high cost of carbon in city trees

They stymy climate change, but for a premium

By | Posted October 18, 2013

Reading the ice cores

Reading the ice cores

What paleoclimatologists discover from the snow of an earlier Earth

By | Posted March 8, 2013

Winter blooms

Winter blooms

Climate change is speeding up the return of leaves and flowers, but by just how much?

By | Posted December 23, 2012

How not to talk about climate change

How not to talk about climate change

Did Obama choose the wrong words in his DNC speech?

By | Posted November 5, 2012

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