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A new study shows that yellow starthistle, a highly invasive grassland weed, is likely to thrive in a world enriched by greenhouse gases.
The worst nuclear disaster in history has faded from many peoples' memories — but in Ukraine, where it all happened, its devastating effects are still unfolding.
Vegetation change underway in northern forests as a result of climate change creates feedback loop that prompts more warming, scientists say.
In Illinois, researchers are looking for America's next crop of biofuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and bolster energy security.
While the world warms as a whole, the Bering Sea has cooled recently. What's happening in the waters off Alaska?
Pollen season is lengthening in proportion to warming observed in North America: An extra two weeks, on average, across Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Minnesota.
DAILY CLIMATE - Coalition outlines more than 50 conservation projects to help game and fish adapt to climate change; billions of dollars needed to prevent 'catastrophic' environmental and economic loss.