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Climate Change Altering the Arctic Faster Than Expected

Climate change is rapidly pushing the Arctic into a new and less stable state.

Pollution From Canada’s Oil Sands May Be Underreported

A new study shows air pollution from Canada's oil sands could be 4 times higher than previously reported.

China, India Become Climate Leaders as West Falters

As rich countries have foundered, India and China have emerged as global leaders in tackling warming.

Climate Change Was the Epicenter of March for Science

Here's why the March for Science was the perfect vehicle to talk about climate change.

100 Days of Climate: Week 14

Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.

We Just Breached the 410 Parts Per Million Threshold

The world's marquee carbon dioxide observatory just recorded a major climate milestone.

A Cooler Future May Hinge on Removing CO2 From the Air

Removing carbon dioxide from the air may be the most effective way to meet the globe's ambitious climate goals.

Rising Global Temperatures and CO2

The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has a strong correlation with rising temperatures.

U.S. Warming Since the First Earth Day

Since the first Earth Day in 1970, the average annual temperature in every state has climbed.

Scientists: Get Used to Wildfires in a Warming World

Communities across the West will have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat of wildfires.

March Was Second Hottest on Record Globally

March was the second hottest March on record, according to NASA, behind only 2016, a mark of rising global warming.

Carbon Emissions Factor Into Major Oil Sands Shakeup

Major oil companies, feeling pressure from low oil prices and global climate policy, are fleeing Canada's oil sands.

Electricity’s Carbon Footprint in U.S. Shrinks, Sets Record

U.S. energy-related carbon pollution fell in 2016, part of a decade-long trend as utilities use less coal.

The March for Science is Getting Organized

On the eve of the March for Science, organizers have started hinting about what they plan to do next.

Energy Dept. Scrubs Paris Agreement From Climate Page

The expunging of climate information from government websites continues to march forward.

Americans Used A Lot Less Coal in 2016; Here’s Why

Coal use in the U.S. fell 9 percent in 2016, even as the Trump administration seeks a coal industry revival.

Parts of the Arctic Ocean are Turning Into the Atlantic

Climate change is helping drive warm water into the eastern Arctic Ocean, altering it in unprecedented ways.

Congress’ ‘Political Theater’ Threatens Science, Climate

Dozens of GOP-sponsored bills have been introduced in Congress that seek to hamstring federal climate action.

Thinning Arctic Sea Ice Prompts Algae Bloom Study

Climate change is stirring life in the Arctic Ocean as thinning sea ice lets in more sunlight.

Trump Moves to Dismantle U.S. Climate Rules

President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday aiming to overturn federal climate policies.

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Arctic Sea Ice: Heat Shield Arctic sea ice acts like a heat shield, reflecting most of the sun’s energy.

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