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Unmasking Disinformation, from Tobacco to Climate

Science historian Naomi Oreskes unmasks the organized scientific disinformation campaigns and makes clear just how gullible the press, scienti…

What Does Nuclear Power Cost?

We don't know what it will cost to build the next nuclear power plant in the U.S.

Power to the Revolution

DAILY CLIMATE - Utilities are spending billions to make the grid more reliable, efficient, and green. In the process, they will drastically ch…

Green Investments Spur Growth, Emissions Cuts

DAILY CLIMATE - Households surpass industry as nation's largest source of greenhouse gas emissions.

A Carbon-Reducing Bicycle Wheel?

The “Copenhagen Wheel” debuts today as a way to encourage bike commuting and thus reduce overall emissions. Whether or…

Stopping Climate Change: What We Can Learn From Refrigerators

Philip Duffy reflects on a presentation by Steve Chu, the Nobel-prize winning physicist who now leads the U.S. Department of Energy

Making electricity from coal with CCS will add costs

Growing corn for ethanol may lead to increased CO2 emissions from clearing land

Many companies are planning mass production of cellulosic biofuels

Iowa: Corn and Climate

Congress helped bolster the corn ethanol business in Iowa by mandating the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2005. But scientists are concerned about…

Montana: Trout and Drought

Montana's recreational fishing and agricultural industries depend on cool waters flowing from melting snow high in the mountains throughout th…

Tailwater fisheries may be partly insulated from climate change