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The melting Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park
The latest results from an ongoing Yale/George Mason study indicate that Americans want experts to explain how human activities are altering the climate
WASHINGTON—Americans nationwide still have a quiver full of queries for experts about climate...
Jul 5, 2011 | Read More
Earth from space
The latest climate report from U.S. scientists urges action but avoids policy recipes. Some fear this method of communicating science is no longer adequate
WASHINGTON—Ho hum. The average air temperature in the United States has leapt two degrees in the...
May 18, 2011 | Read More
Catawba Nuclear Station in York County, South Carolina
Power generated from coal, natural gas and nuclear withdraws more freshwater per year than the entire agricultural sector; nuclear uses the most
The scramble to cool the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex with seawater in the aftermath of Japan'...
May 4, 2011 | Read More
Google Earth image
The search giant has brought together a team of 21 climate researchers to improve the way the science of global warming is communicated using new media
Climate change skeptics who have created a political megaphone in Washington may finally meet their...
Mar 18, 2011 | Read More
Journalist Bruce Barcott traveled to the far north of Alaska to chronicle how climate change is...
Feb 23, 2011 | Read More
Researchers say the results are "not a surprise" and reflect a growing divide first noticed in 1997
WASHINGTON—Democrats are not only more prone to think that global warming is happening but they...
Nov 2, 2010 | Read More
Participants worldwide flooded the Internet with excited tweets over the largest day of climate-change action ever
Thousands rallied on Sunday in what organizers are calling the single largest day of action yet in...
Oct 11, 2010 | Read More
An 18% increase found between 1994 and 2006 may indicate an acceleration of the global water cycle
The amount of water flowing into the oceans has slowly but steadily increased in recent years,...
Oct 8, 2010 | Read More
The discovery could help explain why Europe can have cold winters while the world as a whole is heating up
Researchers have found that the waxing and waning of the sun affects our planet's temperature in...
Oct 7, 2010 | Read More
Hosts of latest round of UN climate talks say emission reduction goals of developed countries must be focus of negotiations
China today called on wealthy nations to dramatically increase the rate at which they plan to cut...
Oct 5, 2010 | Read More