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Extreme Weather 101: Drought & Our Changing Climate Watch Video

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Extreme Weather 101: Drought & Our Changing Climate

Scientist Mike Brewer and meteorologist Dan Satterfield explain the connection between drought and a changing climate.

A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change Watch Video

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A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change

Gordon Rogers, River Keeper of Georgia's Little Satilla River, shows us the impacts he sees in a precious ecosystem along Georgia's coast.

Georgia: Coal and Carbon Watch Video Science Behind the Story

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Georgia: Coal and Carbon

Coal generates carbon dioxide when combusted, which is causing the world to warm. In Georgia, a state that gets over 60 percent of its electricity from coal, some coastal residents are connecting the dots between coal and changes in the local ecology and economy attributed to global warming. Recognizing the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, engineers are exploring "clean coal" technology. What is this technology? Will it work?

Carbon Debt Watch Video

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Carbon Debt

Climate Central explores hidden consequences behind the production of corn ethanol.

Iowa: Corn and Climate Watch Video Science Behind the Story

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Iowa: Corn and Climate

Congress helped bolster the corn ethanol business in Iowa by mandating the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2005. But scientists are concerned about the unexpected consequences of putting more of Iowa's land into corn production — consequences that may make corn ethanol a bigger source of climate-warming gases than regular gasoline.

Montana: Trout and Drought Watch Video Science Behind the Story

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Montana: Trout and Drought

The flow of water in Montana's rivers is lifeblood for its economy, both through tourism and agriculture. Montana's recreational fishing and agricultural industries depend on cool waters flowing from melting snow high in the mountains throughout the summer. But across Montana, rising temperatures are causing a series of changes.