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Two-Thirds of Americans Want Obama to Act on Climate

Two new polls released show a clear majority of Americans support Obama taking action on climate change.

NOAA Head: Weather Forecasts at Risk Over Budget Cuts

Automatic budget cuts set to take effect March 1 could add to the woes of the government’s weather satellites.

Thinning Ice Is Turning Arctic into an Algae Hotspot

Shrinking, thinning Arctic sea ice appears to be accelerating the growth of algae in polar waters.

Senate Holds Briefing on the Latest Climate Science

Following the State of the Union Address, Congress held a briefing on the latest findings in climate science research.

Obama: Will Act on Climate, With or Without Congress

President Barack Obama said that he will use his executive powers to enact new policies to fight climate change.

Canadian Doctors Urged to Fight Climate Change

Canada's doctors are urged to become more vocal in demanding action against climate change.

Science Groups Push Obama for Climate Change Summit

Six scientific and environmental societies asked the White House to hold a national summit on climate change.

Exhibition Turns Climate Data into Artistic Experience

New exhibit at CCNY turns climate data into an artistic experience through the use of data visualization.

Ozone Hole’s Shifting Winds May Sap Major Carbon Sink

Shifting winds caused by the Antarctic ozone hole may already be weakening the S. Ocean's ability to absorb CO2.

Report Underscores Vulnerabilities of U.S. Coastlines

A new report says the nation’s coastlines are likely to bear the brunt of climate change in the decades ahead.

Greenland’s Ice Sheet More Stable Than Once Believed

New report says the West Antarctic ice sheet is clearly more sensitive to warming than previously thought.

Climate Change Moves to Forefront in Obama’s Address

Climate change occupied a significant chunk of President Obama's inauguration speech on Monday.

Southwest Faces Looming Threats From Climate Change

The Southwest, which is already the hottest, driest region in the U.S., is likely to become even hotter and drier.

Obama ‘Seriously Considering’ Hosting Climate Summit

President Obama may intervene directly on climate change by hosting a summit early in his second term.

On ABC, Heidi Cullen Talks Climate & 2012 Extremes

Heidi Cullen talked with ABC's Dan Harris about the climate & extreme weather of 2012.

It’s Official: 2012 is Hottest U.S. Year on Record

A snapshot of how 2012 stacks up against the five other warmest years ever recorded in the U.S.

Tell Me Why: We Need ‘Normals’ and Long-term Trends

Climate scientist Anthony Arguez explains the importance of “normals” in this version of Tell Me Why.

Why Bark Beetles are Chewing Through U.S. Forests

A look at how climate change is helping fuel bark beetles' assault on forests of America’s mountain west.

Tell Me Why: We Need ‘Normals’ and Long-term Trends

Climate scientist Anthony Arguez explains the importance of “normals” in this version of Tell Me Why.

Global Warming-El Nino Link Stronger but Still Not Proven

According to a new report, both phases of ENSO have become more intense over the past century.

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Interactive: Small Modular Reactors - Safe and Cheaper? An interactive graphic detailing the pros and cons of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).