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Groundhog Day is here, but winter has already been more like spring in many parts of the U.S.
Winter storms are hitting the West Coast, while much of the country remains milder and drier than average.
The streak of warm years continued in 2011, with severe weather and climate extremes in the U.S. and worldwide.
What does the new EPA greenhouse gas emissions database show? We break down some interesting facts.
The EPA unveiled a new greenhouse gas emissions database showing pollution from the largest emissions sources.
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.
Research indicates trees may have a more difficult time adapting to climate change than previously thought.
Use this interactive tool to explore and compare renewable portfolio standards in the US.