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NOAA’s New Satellite Sent Back Its First Amazing Images

NOAA’s New Satellite Sent Back Its First Amazing Images

After years of construction, a harrowing rocket launch and delicate maneuvering to put it in position 22,300 miles above the earth, the most advanced satellite NOAA has ever put in orbit has sent back it’s first pictures. They were worth the wait.… Read More

Flooding More Than Doubled Across Europe in 35 Years

Flooding More Than Doubled Across Europe in 35 Years

The number of devastating floods that trigger insurance payouts has more than doubled in Europe since 1980, according to new research by Munich Re, the world’s largest reinsurance company. The firm’s latest data shows there were 30 flood events requiring insurance payouts in Europe last year – up from just 12 in 1980 – and the trend is set to… Read More

U.S. Faces Huge Crop Losses If Temps Keep Rising

U.S. Faces Huge Crop Losses If Temps Keep Rising

If global temperatures continue to rise, the United States faces big drops in harvests of major food crops by 2100, which may push up global food prices, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research said on Thursday. By 2100, if global emissions rise at "business as usual" levels, the world will see twice as many days with temperatures above … Read More

Trump White House Distorts Wages Figure on First Day

Trump White House Distorts Wages Figure on First Day

Shortly after Donald Trump was sworn in as president on Friday, the White House said that eliminating power plant climate rules, a clean water rule and other environmental regulations would “greatly help American workers, increasing wages by more than $30 billion over the next 7 years.” The statement, included on the White House’s website to… Read More

100 Days of Climate

100 Days of Climate

Addressing climate change using sound science is crucial not just for the U.S., but for the world. Unfortunately, that appears unlikely over the next four years under the Trump administration, which has shown signs of being apathetic if not outright hostile to climate science and science-based policies to rein in carbon pollution. Trump has… Read More

Trump Just Deleted Obama’s Climate Change Webpages

Trump Just Deleted Obama’s Climate Change Webpages

At the exact hour when the presidency transferred hands, the Obama administration’s climate and energy webpages became some of the first casualties of the new Trump administration. In their place is an “America first” energy plan, which talks at length about tapping fossil fuel resources in the U.S. but makes no mention of climate change or … Read More

Scientists Are Reminding the World That Science Matters

Scientists Are Reminding the World That Science Matters

Scientists are spending Inauguration Day reminding the public that science has been a cornerstone for society. Their tweets using the hashtag #USofScience highlight the vast scope of scientific knowledge and the diverse group of researchers helping build our understanding of the world each day. Through years of meticulous research, scientists have … Read More

Decoding Trump’s White House Energy Plan

Decoding Trump’s White House Energy Plan

Just as President Donald Trump took the oath of office and the White House scrubbed its website of Obama climate change information, it posted Trump’s “America First Energy Plan,” which is replete with misinformation and specious claims about climate and energy policy. The White House’s new energy plan repackages Trump’s campaign promises to reign… Read More

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