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In a joint briefing at the 101st American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, NASA and NOAA revealed 2020's scorching climate data.
The complacent majority needs to step up and call for action on climate change.
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Today's agriculture workers face 21 days of heat that exceed safety standards. That number will double by 2050.
We've known this virus was coming. We just didn't do anything about it.
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Rather than scrubbing the emissions from fossil fuel plants, a new analysis suggests we should simply replace those power plants with renewable alternatives.
While the blockbuster franchise might have given us a distorted view of science's capabilities to address species extinction, new research might come close to "resurrecting" lost species' DNA.
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A new study lays out a green (very green), data-driven plan to capture much of our atmosphere's carbon pool.
Normally, the landscape in this photo would be a white ice sheet.
At high tide each night, bright lights predict the underwater future.
We are destroying who they are.
New statistical analyses show that human-driven climate change is a virtual certainty.
Despite tens of millions of dollars pouring into new technologies, a 'clean' burger remains elusive.
Between the noise and frustration, we're suffering more than ever.
A trio of scientists from Harvard hopes to do this in 2019.
Thanks to museum curators, there's no shortage of the stuff.
The climate change we're witnessing is more dramatic than we might think.
The modern ocean can be a dangerous place for whales.
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