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How Trump’s Monuments Review Could Impact Climate

The Trump administration will recommend to Congress ways it can shrink or abolish national monuments.

100 Days of Climate: Week 14

Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.

Scientists: Get Used to Wildfires in a Warming World

Communities across the West will have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat of wildfires.

Warming-Driven Glacier Melt Leads to ‘River Piracy’

The global warming-induced retreat of a Canadian glacier caused one river to siphon off another's flow.

Loss of Coral Reefs Could Cost $1 Trillion Globally

Mass bleaching events in 2016 and 2017 have affected two-thirds of the Great Barrier Reef.

Calif. Snowpack Healthy Again, but Warming Looms Large

California finally has a healthy mountain snowpack, but as temperatures continue to rise, that could change in the future.

Western Snowpack Up, But Less Likely in the Future

Western snowpack at the end of the the wet season is up this year — but that's less likely in the future.

Climate Change Pushes World Into ‘Uncharted Territory’

Earth is a planet in upheaval, with high temperatures pushing it into “truly uncharted territory."

Peru’s Deadly Floods Ring Alarm Bell for Latin America

Deadly floods are a wake-up call for cities across Latin America to prepare for extreme weather.

Scientists Counter Climate Change by Testing Reefs

Scientists will pick 50 coral reefs worldwide to test ways to limit damage from climate change, pollution and over-fishing.

Dakota Pipeline Greenlighted As Fossil Fuels Move to Fore

The Army Corps of Engineers has approved an easement that allows the final link in the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Toxic Mercury Levels on the Rise in Great Lakes Wildlife

Scientists are seeing an uptick of mercury levels in Great Lakes fish and birds as waters warm.

Japan’s Biggest Coral Reef Devastated by Bleaching

Seventy percent of the Sekisei lagoon in Okinawa had been killed by a phenomenon known as bleaching.

Beginning of the End of CA Drought, But What’s Next?

Storms have wiped out part of California's drought. Global warming could bring climate swings in the future.

The Shum Show: Holiday Head-Scratcher

Here's a holiday puzzle for you straight from Punta Arenas, Chile.

The Shum Show: A Year to Date

Greta Shum takes us on a journey through 2016 in review.

New Oil Discoveries Largely Unaffected by Paris Pact

Climate change is unlikely to affect development of large crude oil discoveries — at least for now.

The World’s Poorest Most at Risk From Drought, Conflict

New research shows that drought is likely to stoke conflicts in the world's poorest countries.

The Shum Show: Speaking of Hurricanes

With Hurricane Matthew making waves in the news, you might be wondering about the connection between hurricanes and climate change.

191 Countries Strike Deal to Cut Aircraft Emissions

An agreement struck Thursday could allow airlines to grow without also growing their impact on the climate.

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Report Shows Inland Flooding to Increase in the U.S. Our report examined intensity and duration of the heaviest runoff events for each state.

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