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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.

Offshore Wind Project to Go Live as Industry Eyes Trump

The offshore wind industry is eying President-elect Trump as America's first offshore wind project begins operation.

Trump Picks Strident Foe of EPA to Lead the EPA

President-elect Donald Trump has chosen climate science denier Scott Pruitt to run the EPA.

Arctic Sea Ice Sees Strange Cold Season Retreat

After a virtually unprecedented mid-November retreat, the Arctic set a record low for sea ice in November.

A Climate Denier is Leading the NASA Transition

Alarm bells about the incoming Trump administration's approach to NASA's climate research are ringing louder.

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.

U.S. Oil Exports Skyrocket Despite Climate Pacts

U.S. oil exports have spiked sharply since 2009 despite global efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

Extreme Tornado Outbreaks Are Becoming More Extreme

Tornado outbreaks have become more extreme in recent decades, but not for the expected reasons.

Protection of Public Lands Cast in Doubt

Donald Trump’s election portends a shift in how one of America’s bulwarks against climate change will be protected.

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.

Sticking to 1.5°C Limit Would Protect World Economy

Limiting rising temperatures would avoid economic losses of $12 trillion, a new report says.

Scientists Take Big Step Toward Safely Burying CO2

For the first time, scientists have injected carbon dioxide into ancient lava flows and watched it solidify.

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.

The March Continues for 2016 to be Record Hot

2016 is still on track to become the hottest year on record, even as global temperatures cool slightly.

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.

States May Drive U.S. Climate Policy Under Trump

Donald Trump could scrap the Obama administration’s plans to combat climate change once he takes office.

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.

Here’s How Much CO2 Will Make the Arctic Ice-Free

With 30 square feet of sea ice lost for every metric ton of CO2 emitted, the Arctic could be ice-free by mid-century.

U.S. Designates Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors

The federal government is designating 48 electric vehicle charging corridors along major U.S. highways.

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Carbon Capture and Sequestration off the NJ Coast A demonstration of the process of carbon capture and sequestration for the proposed PurGen plant in Linden, NJ

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