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Happy Talk on Cities and Climate Adaptation

A new study offers a mixed report card on how cities are addressing climate change.

Coastal Climate Adaptation: When Life isn’t So Beachy

Some people have more money to hold back the sea.

In Sarasota, Businesses Take Small Steps to Confront Climate Risks

Aware of the risks of hurricanes and sea level rise, study finds business owners in Sarasota, Fla. still aren't taking key steps to plan.…

Climate Change Poses Immense Challenges and Uncertainties for Ecologists

For wildlife, adapting to climate change will be no easy feat.

Fossil Fuel Expansion Continues with New Coal Mining, Offshore Drilling

While pushing for clean energy development, the Obama administration is also presiding over an expansion of domestic fossil fuel production.…

Welcome to Frontier Earth

An introduction to resilience science, and the new blog "Frontier Earth."

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Explained: A Sampler

The ongoing struggle to keep the disaster at Japan's Fukushima nuclear complex from spinning out of control has spawned all sorts of "explaine…

Climate Change Places Unique Demands on US Naval Forces, Report Says

Climate change is a national security concern that needs to be taken into account by U.S. maritime forces, a new report finds.

Study Finds Ice Sheets Becoming Dominant Contributor to Sea Level Rise

A new study finds the rate at which the massive ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are melting has been accelerating during the past two d…

Weekly Climate Science Roundup: March 1-7

A round up of noteworthy climate science studies published during the first week of March.

What Do We Do With CO2?

So there is an excess of CO2 in the atmosphere. What can we possibly do with it all?

Colleges Turn to Biomass to Cut Emissions

Some colleges are turning to biomass energy to help reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

NASA Visualizes Sea Level Rise in San Francisco Bay Area

NASA says two-thirds of its facilities in San Francisco Bay are at risk from sea-level rise, according to new research.

Increasing Energy Efficiency with New Federal Incentives

A new government initiative aims to increase energy efficiency by 20 percent in America's commercial sector by 2020

A Million New Vehicles, but Unknown Emissions Savings

The U.S. aims to be a leader in advanced technology cars, but a new analysis says building them isn't the only hold-up to reducing vehicle emi…

Changing Climate May Favor Smaller Corals

Not all types of coral colonies will feel climate change impacts the same way, new study says.

Are Scientists Confusing the Public About Global Warming?

Scientists are desperately seeking an answer to the question: “why are we failing to communicate climate science?”…

2010 in Review: The Year Climate Coverage ‘Fell Off The Map’

After spiking upward in response to Copenhagen talks and the 'climategate' uproar, media coverage of climate change plummets to levels last se…

Vietnam Diary: A Day of Common Concern at Ho Chi Minh University

Montana students begin their Vietnam journey by learning about the many different consequences climate change can have, depending on location.…

Carbon Markets for Developing Communities

Carbon markets are primarily benefiting the largest emerging economies — but utilizing "suppressed demand" could help change that.…