What do we lose when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is gagged?…
By Nsikan Akpan, Matt Ehrichs
Coral bleaching threatens a third of the planet's reef ecosystems, but can these creatures adapt? Take a voyage deep into the Atlantic Ocean, as the Nekton Mission searches for an answer.
By PBS NewsHour
President Obama is passionate, and vocal, about combating climate change. As his tenure draws to a close, science correspondent Miles O’Brien reviews the administration's environmental policy -- from the 2009 “cap-and-trade” climate bill, to the 2015 Paris accord, to executive…
By Mark Fischetti, Scientific American
An independent study confirms NOAA didn't "cook the books" to dismiss claims of a global warming hiatus.
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 John Ryan, KUOW Public Radio
Data you can dread — and dance to: the Keeling Curve.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, AT&T said it is confident its deal to buy Time Warner will pass muster with Congress and federal regulators. The telecom giant announced plans on Saturday to take over the parent company of HBO, CNN…
By Dhananjay Khadilkar, Scientific American
Threatened glaciers store many of Earth’s fading prehistoric memories, including valuable temperature information about climate change…
By Bradley Klapper and Ignatius Ssuuna, Associated Press
Nearly 200 nations have reached a deal to limit the use of greenhouse gases far more powerful than carbon dioxide.
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