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Report: Can U.S. Carbon Emissions Keep Falling?

A Climate Central analysis illustrates how the current downward trend in U.S. carbon emissions is unlikely to continue.

The Age of Western Wildfires

A scientific review of the observed link between climate change and wildfires in the western U.S.

The Heat is On: U.S. Temperature Trends

Our new state-by-state interactive shows where the U.S. has warmed the most, and the least, over the past 100 years.

Special Climate Central Report on Best Cars for Climate

America’s high-carbon electricity grid is short- circuiting efforts to give consumers climate-friendly, electric-vehicle options.

Coverage of Surging Seas Inundates the Nation

Climate Central's "Surging Seas" has appeared in more than 900 broadcast reports, print and online publications.


With Climate Change, More Rain or Snow? A Climate Central analysis found an increase in the percentage of winter precipitation falling as rain in many western states.

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