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2012 Global Carbon Emissions

Arctic Wildfires Speed Melting of Greenland Ice: Study

Balmy November Virtually Assures 2012 to Be Hottest Year

Accelerated Warming Driving Arctic Into New Volatile State

New Evidence of Human Fingerprints on Global Warming

Global Carbon Emissions Hit Record High, Report Finds

Tenacious U.S. Drought Worsens, To Last Through Winter

Top 5 Weather & Climate Challenges Facing White House

Report Says IPCC Needs to Address Melting Permafrost

Doha Talks: EU Weakened Over New Emissions Targets

Doha Conference Negotiator: Carbon Cuts Talks Must Wait

New York Times Op-Ed: Rising Seas, Vanishing Coastlines

Emissions Trading Used to Subsidize Overseas Rivals

Cutting Short-lived Pollutant Can Halve Near-term Warming

Report: Coal Plants Smothering Communities of Color

CO2 Hits New High; World Could Warm 7°F by 2060

World Bank Ties Ending Poverty with Climate Change

Only Rare Cold Will Keep 2012 From Being Hottest Year

October Ties for 5th Warmest; Winter Forecast Uncertain

Winds Seen As Key Driver Of Antarctica’s Growing Sea Ice


Top 10 Hardest Hit States of 2011 This slideshow recaps the year's extraordinarily destructive climate and weather events, including searing heat waves, parching