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Staffers at the Environmental Protection Agency strongly criticized the logic behind a recent move to loosen future gas mileage rules for cars, at one point... [Read More]
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The past four years have been the four warmest that humans have ever recorded - and now, according to a new scientific forecast, the next... [Read More]
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Scientists may have solved a huge riddle in the earth's climate past that, if true, doesn't bode well for the future. [Read More]
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Weeks before Trump's inauguration, the phrase "climate change" vanished from a CDC website. [Read More]
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The northern Barents Sea has warmed 1.5 degrees Celsius in just 18 years... [Read More]
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Scientists studying one of the fastest-warming regions of the global ocean say changes in this region are so sudden and vast that in effect, it... [Read More]
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The divide between Atlantic and Arctic isn't just geographical, it's physical. And the physics are changing. [Read More]
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Acting administrator Tim Gallaudet said it was not "a final, vetted proposal." [Read More]
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Critics decry the idea of changing the mission of NOAA, the U.S.'s $5.9 billion oceans and atmospheric agency. [Read More]
At least since 2014, the news has been dire: The West Antarctic ice sheet is losing ice, and its retreat may be unstoppable. [Read More]
Rate of ice loss triples, and window for action is short... [Read More]
Throughout the entirety of the Trump administration, there has yet to be a Senate-confirmed senior environmental official in the White House. That may soon change.... [Read More]
Antarctica's melting ice sheet is now pouring more than 180 billion tonnes of ice into the ocean annually. If the acceleration continues, some of scientists'... [Read More]
Antarctica lost 3 trillion tons of ice in the last 25 years — and the losses are getting faster. [Read More]
Antarctica's ice sheet is melting at rapidly increasing rate, now pouring more than 200 billion tons of ice into the ocean annually and raising sea... [Read More]
If the acceleration continues, some of scientists' worst fears could be realized, leaving low-lying cities and communities less time to prepare. [Read More]
Scientists describe an 'event of an unprecedented magnitude' among Africa's oldest and largest baobab trees. [Read More]
The globe's hurricanes have seen a striking slowdown in their speed of movement across landscapes and seascapes over the past 65 years, a finding that... [Read More]
The United States is adrift on climate change. [Read More]
A year ago, President Donald Trump shocked the world by announcing that the U.S. would be the first and possibly only country to join, but... [Read More]
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