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By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
The ocean helps relieve our atmosphere of a lot of the excess carbon dioxide we've pumped into it. Here's how its "twilight zone" makes that happen, and how the impacts of climate change make it harder for the ocean to…
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
This year’s U.N. climate summit in Glasgow renews an urgent question to the international community: Can the world come together to confront the common enemy of global warming before it’s too late?…
By Frank Jordans, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Marathon international climate talks ended Sunday with major polluters resisting calls to ramp up efforts to keep global warming at bay and negotiators postponing the regulation of global carbon markets until next year.
By Frank Jordans, Aritz Parra, Associated Press
Due to human destruction, tropical forests, long considered to be "carbon sinks," now produce more carbon emissions each year than all U.S. cars and trucks combined, according to a study published Thursday in Science.
By Teresa Carey
By Leigh Anne Tiffany
The words “climate change” tend to invoke images of heat and storms and smog-filled air. But one of the greatest global warming risks may start in the ground.
By Associated Press
An initiative on the November ballot asks voters whether the state should impose the nation's first direct carbon tax.
By Shehryar Nabi
Representatives from China attending a UN conference on climate change in Lima, Peru on Friday prevented the insertion of provisions into a draft text that would have allowed other countries and non-governmental organizations to question China’s carbon reduction policies.
By PBS NewsHour
When holes opened up in the earth recently in Siberia, a wave of speculation was set off as to their cause. Scientists are now pinpointing a dramatic increase in arctic thawing, which may have released methane once trapped below the…
By Dina Cappiello, Associated Press
The Obama administration will unveil a plan Monday to cut earth-warming pollution from power plants by 30 percent by 2030, according to people familiar with the proposal.
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