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EPA Bans a Gas That Once Helped Save the Ozone Layer

The EPA is banning an obscure but potent greenhouse gas known for helping save the ozone layer.

Two Maps Show Greenland’s Sudden Melt Season Onset

Greenland's melt season started slow but is suddenly speeding up due to warm weather and dark ice.

Rising Ocean Temps Bring Gloomy Outlook for Corals

NOAA scientists believe high ocean temperatures have been the primary cause of widespread coral bleaching.

2015 Arctic Sea Ice: How Low Will It Go?

Scientists say the Arctic Sea ice extent in 2015 is likely to be among the lowest on record.

Coral Breeding May Help Cooler Reefs Survive

Corals thriving in hottest tropical waters can be bred with cooler cousins to help them survive global warming.

Pink Salmon Risks a Double Threat of Acidification

Pink salmon in the Pacific Ocean face acidification in rivers and the sea linked to greenhouse gas emissions.

The World’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions in One Graphic

A new interactive graphic shows the greenhouse gas emissions for every country in the world.

Hawaii, Vermont Set Ambitious Examples for Renewables

The two states are leading the U.S. with ambitious new standards governing their electricity supplies.

Scorched Earth Is Big Climate Concern in Alaska Wildfires

Alaska's raging start to wildfire season is bad for trees, but the soil they grow in is a bigger climate concern.

Soaring Temps in Pacific Northwest Shattered Records

An intense heat wave shattered temperature records in the Pacific Northwest, exacerbating the drought.

Study: Water Use Skyrockets as Fracking Expands

Oil and gas fracking uses more and more water each year, but it varies widely from region to region.

The U.S., Brazil and China All Set Major Climate Goals

The U.S., Brazil and China all stepped up their climate commitments in a flurry of activity.

Water Use Declining as Natural Gas Grows

Explore how water use for power generation has been changing, state-by-state, since 2005.

Kenward Talks Alaskan Wildfires With Jim Cantore

Climate Central's Alyson Kenward dropped in on The Weather Channel to discuss Alaska's wildfires.

Supreme Court Blocks EPA Rule on Mercury Emissions

The court ruled that the EPA did not properly account for the financial impact on power plants and consumers.

EU Ministers Seek Binding Deal at Paris Climate Talks

European Union ministers are seeking an ambitious, durable and legally binding deal to curb global warming.

Google to Convert Coal Power Plant to Data Center

Technology company says it will open 14th data center that will be powered with 100 percent renewable energy.

Rapidly Acidifying Arctic Ocean Threatens Species

Parts of the Arctic Ocean could reach critical levels of ocean acidification in just 10 years.

Alaska’s Glaciers Seen as Major Source of Sea Level Rise

Researchers say Alaska's inland glaciers account for 95 percent of glacial mass loss due to climate-driven melting.

Three Ways The World’s Power Mix Is About To Change

The world is about see big changes in power generation. Here's what you need to know.

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Boston: July Days Over 90 Degrees By mid-century in Boston, the sweltering heat of July 2010 may be thought of as cooler-than-average conditions

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