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Groundhog Day in a Year Without a Winter

  • Published: Feb 2nd, 2012

Groundhog Day is here, but winter has already been more like spring in many parts of the U.S.

Weird Winter Continues with Western Storms

  • Published: Jan 20th, 2012

Winter storms are hitting the West Coast, while much of the country remains milder and drier than average.

A Graphical Tour Through the Climate of 2011

  • Published: Jan 20th, 2012

The streak of warm years continued in 2011, with severe weather and climate extremes in the U.S. and worldwide.

Exploring the New EPA Greenhouse Gas Emissions Database

  • Published: Jan 13th, 2012

What does the new EPA greenhouse gas emissions database show? We break down some interesting facts.

Track Greenhouse Gas Emissions Where You Live

  • Published: Jan 12th, 2012

The EPA unveiled a new greenhouse gas emissions database showing pollution from the largest emissions sources.

Texas on Pace for Warmest, Driest Year on Record

  • Published: Dec 27th, 2011

This year is on track to be the warmest and driest year in Texas history, while the winter is off to a snowless start in parts of the Northeast.

Can Trees Keep Up With Climate Change?

  • Published: Nov 9th, 2011

Research indicates trees may have a more difficult time adapting to climate change than previously thought.

Interactive Map Compares States’ Renewable Energy Goals

  • Published: Jul 22nd, 2011

Use this interactive tool to explore and compare renewable portfolio standards in the US.