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Climate Central Analysis Featured on ‘Katrina 2065’

The Weather Channel and Climate Central show what sea level rise would mean for Katrina's storm surge in 2065.

Carbon Emissions From Power Plants Hit 27-Year Low

U.S. power plants emitted less carbon dioxide in April than at any point in the prior 27 years.

Katrina: Lasting Climate Lessons for a Sinking City

Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans is dealing with sinking land as sea levels rise.

10-Year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina became one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.

White House: Efficiency Key to Tackling Climate Change

The White House on Monday announced policies designed to help homeowners act on climate change.

EU Calls for Urgency in ‘Seriously Lagging’ Climate Talks

Top climate official warns that ‘painfully slow’ negotiations must be accelerated to seal a pact at Paris summit.

Islamic Experts Urge Muslim Action on Climate Change

Muslim experts from 20 nations agreed on a climate change declaration.

Study: China May Have Overestimated Carbon Emissions

Scientists may have overestimated China's carbon dioxide emissions since 2000.

EPA Moves to Cut Oil and Gas Methane Emissions

The EPA has proposed new rules limiting methane emissions from new fracked oil wells.

Price of Wind Energy Hits All-Time Low in U.S.

States hoping to increase their share of renewable energy to achieve reduction goals may get a boost from wind.

Fifteen States Seek to Block EPA’s Clean Carbon Plan

Fifteen states are petitioning a federal court to block the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

Scientists Foresee Losses as Cities Fight Beach Erosion

Rising seas, stronger storms and coastal development are taking their toll on sandy shorelines.

There Is No Carbon Dioxide ‘Technofix,’ Scientists Warn

Researchers warn even if a solution to emissions could be found, it wouldn’t be enough to save the oceans.

Obama Just Created a Carbon Cap-and-Trade Program

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new limits on carbon dioxide emphasize interstate cooperation.

What Changes to Expect from Obama’s Clean Power Plan

The U.S. EPA will soon unveil a sweeping regulation to cut carbon emissions from the electricity sector.

What Has Changed Since Climate Talks in Copenhagen?

Is the world better suited for a climate agreement than it was in 2009?

Drought May Stunt Forests’ Ability to Capture Carbon

A new study shows that droughts are harming forests' ability to store carbon and mitigate climate change.

Ticks Take Off

Climate change has impacted the size and geographical distribution of tick populations.

U.S. Private Sector Vows To Ante Up On Climate Finance

Some of the biggest U.S. corporate names offered billions of dollars in green financing pledges on Monday.

Are Countries Obligated to Fend Off Climate Change?

Here’s what a Dutch court's speedy emissions ruling could mean for the rest of the world.

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How Different Modes of Transportation Stack Up Transportation accounts for 28 percent of Americans’ overall greenhouse gas emissions.

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