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42 Years Later, Do We Suffer Green Fatigue on Earth Day?

  • Published: Apr 22nd, 2012

In short, the nation’s environmental consciousness really began to coalesce in 1970, focusing Americans’ attention.

Forget the Warm Winter: Let’s Talk About the Cold

  • Published: Apr 16th, 2012

If next March is unusually cold, we’re going to have stories explaining how it's also consistent with climate change.

Image of the Day: A Maple Syrup Story With a Bitter Taste

  • Published: Apr 2nd, 2012

The sap flow from the maple trees is governed by alternate freezing and thawing patterns in the late winter.

Image of the Day: Water, Water, Nowhere

  • Published: Mar 31st, 2012

With a growing population and global warming raising temperatures, water resources are being impacted.

Going Out on a Limb: Forecasting Snowier Winters?

  • Published: Mar 30th, 2012

Global warming-related Arctic sea ice loss may be contributing to snowier winters in parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

Image of the Day: Nothing Here But Us Telegraph Wires

  • Published: Mar 29th, 2012

This photo has nothing to do with climate change, but we loved it so much we just had to share.

Perpetual Ocean: High-Def View of Surface Currents

  • Published: Mar 28th, 2012

A high-definition NASA animation illustrating ocean surface currents around the world from June 2005 through December 2007.

Image of the Day: This Gecko Isn’t Selling Insurance

  • Published: Mar 21st, 2012

Conservationists fear some rare species in the Seychelles are at risk due to climate change-related impacts on their habitat