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Climate Adaptation Experts Help Prepare for Disaster

As the planet warms, new careers as climate adaption specialists emerge to help businesses prepare for disasters.

Looming Warming Spurt Could Reshape Climate Debate

Humanity may be about to experience unprecedented temperature rise. Will it prompt climate action?

Sunny Side East: Solar Takes Off in Eastern U.S.

North Carolina is overtaking California for most utility-scale solar farms being developed.

A February First: CO2 Levels Pass 400 PPM Milestone

February is the first month of 2015 with an average carbon dioxide level above 400 ppm.

NASA Satellites Show Rain In Detail Like Never Before

NASA released new precipitation data that could revolutionize climate and weather forecasting.

How Sahara Dust Sustains the Amazon Rainforest, in 3-D

New satellite data shows how Sahara dust in the wind makes it to the Amazon, ensuring its survival.

Europe Reforms Cap-And-Trade, Lays Out Climate Vision

While American lawmakers agonize over Keystone XL, Europeans are crafting climate plans.

For the West, A Winter That Has Felt More Like Spring

While cold reigns in the East, the West is unseasonably warm and suffering a serious lack of snow.

Obama’s Keystone XL Veto Not a Death Blow to Pipeline

President Obama's Keystone XL veto on Tuesday kills only a bill, not the pipeline itself.

Three Tools to Solve The Mystery of Ocean Acidity

Scientists are improving pH sensors, analyzing coral and using satellites to track ocean acidification.

Here’s Where Ocean Acidification Will Hit the U.S. Hardest

Ocean acidification is coming for your shellfish, but its impacts will be far from even across the U.S.

Carbon Pricing Pays the Way for Cleaner Energy

Leading cap-and-trade programs are spending billions on clean energy and other climate programs.

Largest Offshore Wind Farm Approved for UK Coast

The project is expected to generate enough electricity to power nearly 2 million homes, supporting 900 jobs.

Last Tango for Nuclear?

The U.S. nuclear power industry’s three-step: Revival, long goodbye or state-aided life support.

Utilities May Get a Break from EPA on Cutting CO2

EPA may extend CO2 emissions cut targets beyond 2020 at utilities' request.

Dry or Snowy? Winter Weather Splits the U.S.

Dry weather dominated the West while snowy weather has rocked the Northeast. What gives?

2015 Picks Up Where 2014 Record Heat Left Off

January was the second warmest on record globally in a continuation of 2014's warmth.

Sea Ice Still Declining, Despite Antarctica’s Gains

Globally, sea ice is on a downward slope, as Arctic losses outweigh recent gains in Antarctica.

California Water Becomes Scarce and Energy Hungry

Researchers say slashing the energy requirements of the water supply will become critical as drought becomes more common.

Cameron, Clegg, and Miliband Sign Joint Climate Pledge

Three party leaders make cross-party declaration to tackle climate change in a rare show of unity.

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Extreme Precipitation Events are on the Rise If you get the feeling that heavy downpours are more intense than they used to be, you’re not imagining it.

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