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A firefighter working along the northwest perimeter of a massive blaze in the Gi
Steven Running explains link between warming temperatures and the pine beetle explosion and the latest spate of U.S. wildfires.
The fires that are burning throughout the country offer a window into what we can expect in the...
Jul 3, 2012 | Read More
Extent of coastal flooding and erosion under one scenario of sea-level rise in t
California's coastal resource managers are including sea-level science in their planning, but lawmakers in N. Carolina and Virginia forbid open debate.
In California, officials in coastal cities are becoming increasingly aware of the potential impacts...
Jun 13, 2012 | Read More
NASA scientists study changing conditions in the Arctic as part of the agency's
While the national climate debate is fixed on whether Earth is warming, climate scientists are focused on understanding how bad it will be.
The global warming debate in Congress, the states and on the campaign trail centers on two issues:...
Jun 4, 2012 | Read More
Two mobile facilities designed to measure greenhouse gases.
Richard Lindzen's rejected idea that clouds can help prevent catastrophic climate change keeps resurfacing, thanks largely to nonscientist skeptics.
In climate science, some ideas seem to live forever like vampires, despite repeated attempts to...
May 9, 2012 | Read More
Introducing Weather Insider, a weekly round-up of news you didn’t get in the forecast.
This spring seems to have no end to the tricks up its sleeve. Winter may have gone AWOL in March,...
Apr 25, 2012 | Read More
An aeriel view of Irving Oil's refinery in New Brunswick, Canada, which supplies
A clean fuels effort among 11 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states is fading, as new pipelines for tar sands crude to the Atlantic get an industry push.
In New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie's administration pulled out of a proposed pact to cut global...
Mar 29, 2012 | Read More
Course on climate change for schoolchidren led by the International Polar Founda
Science education experts say the group's proposed curriculum, designed by a long-time climate skeptic, will foster confusion, not learning.
The revelation last month that the Heartland Institute, a libertarian group based in Chicago, is...
Mar 15, 2012 | Read More
Michael Mann, the Penn State University climate scientist who has been ensnared
'We're not actively trying to pick a fight or become part of the debate but to provide a badly needed service,' says defense fund co-director.
The Climate Science Legal Defense Fund, which was officially formed less than two months ago, is...
Mar 13, 2012 | Read More
Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.)
Since May 2011, Democrats have made at least seven other requests to GOP leadership for climate hearings. Thus far, none has been granted.
WASHINGTON—A remarkably balmy January—the fourth warmest on record—has prompted top Democrats on...
Feb 23, 2012 | Read More
Rick Santorum speaking to the Republican Leadership Conference
GOP scientists say their attempts to talk about climate dangers with their party's politicians and their aides have largely fallen on deaf ears.
A number of prominent U.S. climate scientists who identify themselves as Republican say their...
Feb 22, 2012 | Read More