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James Hansen Risks Arrest to Make His Research Clear

James Hansen Risks Arrest to Make His Research Clear

'The father of global warming,' NASA's James Hansen is still on the front lines of the explaining the ramifications of climate change. Read More

The Latest Breakthrough in Biofuels: Low-Cost Seaweed?

The Latest Breakthrough in Biofuels: Low-Cost Seaweed?

Berkeley scientists bring seaweed biofuels one step closer to the marketplace Read More

Low-carbon Cement Paves a Development Path

Low-carbon Cement Paves a Development Path

Scientists have created a new low-tech, low-energy, low-cost cement that emits 95% less CO2 than conventional manufacturing methods. Read More

Katharine Hayhoe: A Climate Change Evangelist

Katharine Hayhoe: A Climate Change Evangelist

Unlike most of her colleagues, climatologist Katharine Hayhoe is driven as much by the tenets of her faith as the urgency of the science. Read More

Warming Temperatures Help Endangered Swan Rebound

Warming Temperatures Help Endangered Swan Rebound

The near extinct trumpeter swan is taking advantage of the warmer, longer summers to expand its range and numbers. Read More

Fossil Fuel Subsidies: Cut Them and See CO2 Reduced

Fossil Fuel Subsidies: Cut Them and See CO2 Reduced

Fossil fuels are causing global warming yet they continue to receive 500% more in government subsidies than renewable power sources. Read More

2011 Was At Least 11th Warmest Year On Record

2011 Was At Least 11th Warmest Year On Record

Every year since 1976 has been warmer than average, according to NOAA. While 2011 was the coolest year in the 21st Century, it was tied with the 2nd-warmest year of the 20th Century. … Read More

White House Rejects Permit for Keystone Pipeline

White House Rejects Permit for Keystone Pipeline

In its announcement, the State Department said the Congressionally mandated timeline prevented them from conducting a review of alternate pipeline routes that would avoid the sensitive region in Nebraska. … Read More