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They stymy climate change, but for a premium
What paleoclimatologists discover from the snow of an earlier Earth
Climate change is speeding up the return of leaves and flowers, but by just how much?
Joss Fong • November 5, 2012
Did Obama choose the wrong words in his DNC speech?
New York City copes with sea level rise and flooding
A Q&A with Craig Childs, who tells a tale of a slow but steady doomsday
Joss Fong • October 11, 2012
Climate adaptation in Arizona comes with tradeoffs, study says
A partnership between academics and designers in New York City has produced a stove that could reduce child deaths in Africa
Random musings from a windy day
These threatened species are unexpectedly surviving, even harnessing, global warming
A selection of the craziest places that scientists are sciencing
A look at global climate models with the atmospheric scientist Anthony Del Genio
What you should know about a frog-killing fungus
Dale Andersen, a researcher at the SETI Institute, discusses everything from microbes in Antarctica to intelligent extraterrestrials.
Six years after Bobby Pickett wrote "Climate Mash," the world's environmental challenges are still frightening