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Trump Tabs Another Climate Denier, This Time for Interior

U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers has been nominated by President-elect Donald Trump for Secretary of Interior.

Every State Had a Top 10 Hottest Year

Each of the lower 48 states is having one of its 10 hottest years on record.

How Hot Has 2016 Been in These U.S. Cities?

An analysis of U.S. cities shows more than half are having one of their 5 hottest years on record.

Warming U.S. Could See Extreme Rains Increase Fivefold

Rising temperatures could make extreme rainfalls happen up to five times more often across the U.S.

Climate Change Will Stir ‘Unimaginable’ Refugee Crisis

Military leaders say warming is the greatest threat to 21st-century security and could lead to mass migrations.

Tennessee Wildfire is ‘Unlike Anything We’ve Ever Seen’

Intense drought and powerful winds conspired to whip a massive wildfire that endangered Gatlinburg, Tenn.

Threatened Nations Aim for 100 Percent Renewables

The Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) committed to update their climate action plans submitted as part of the U.N. climate pact.

What a Warmer Future Means for Southeastern Wildfires

Drought is fueling large wildfires in the Southeast, but the future of wildfires there in a warming climate is murky.

Thanksgiving Warming Projections

The cool days of late November will turn warmer on average in the coming decades.

The Arctic is a Seriously Weird Place Right Now

Warm air and oceans have caused Arctic sea ice growth to hit pause. That's not normal for November.

U.S. Record Highs Will Far Outpace Lows With Warming

If emissions aren't curbed, global warming could mean highs dramatically outpace record lows by mid-century.

Supermoon Floods Warn of Crisis Facing Trump, U.S.

Trump is will be president at a perilous time for 130 million Americans living near changing shorelines.

Second-Warmest October Cements Hottest Year

October was the second hottest on record, according to NASA data, locking in 2016 as the hottest year on record.

The Agonizing Wait For Trump to Speak on Climate Policy

American diplomats are among those anxiously waiting to learn how Trump plans to reshape climate policy.

2016 Will Be Hottest Year, UN Climate Meeting Told

2016 is set to be the hottest year on record by a significant margin, the WMO told international climate negotiators.

Climate Lawsuit Awaits President Trump

A judge has ruled that a climate change lawsuit filed against the federal government can move forward.

La Niña Arrives, Likely to Exacerbate Southern Drought

La Niña has arrived and will tip the odds in favor of drier, warmer weather this winter in the South.

Trump Win Throws Global Climate Action Into Disarray

Efforts at the United Nations to cooperatively slow warming were thrown in turmoil by Trump's win.

Morocco Climate Change Conference — COP22

Our Bernadette Woods Placky reports on COP22 from the city of Marrakech.

Toasty October Keeps U.S. on Track for 2nd-Hottest Year

After the third-warmest October on record, the U.S. is having it's second-hottest year-to-date.

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Scenario: Possible Electric Energy Sources in 2050 A mix of new electricity sources by 2050 could reduce CO2 emissions by 83 percent.

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