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Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

On the outskirts of Kakuma in northwestern Kenya. Always arid, the area has become hotter and drier with the onset of climate change.
Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

On the outskirts of Kakuma in northwestern Kenya. Always arid, the area has become hotter and drier with the onset of climate change.
Acidifying oceans could hit the very base of the ocean's food web

Acidifying oceans could hit the very base of the ocean's food web

The bedrock of the ocean's food chain, on which whales, sharks, and octopi ultimately rely, are tiny bits of photosynthetic algae called diatoms. They come in thousands of shapes and are imperceptible
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

A coal-fired power plant in Huainan, China. Roughly two-thirds of last year’s emissions increase came from Asian countries that rely heavily on fossil fuels for economic development.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

A coal-fired power plant in Huainan, China. Roughly two-thirds of last year’s emissions increase came from Asian countries that rely heavily on fossil fuels for economic development.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

A coal-fired power plant in Huainan, China. Roughly two-thirds of last year’s emissions increase came from Asian countries that rely heavily on fossil fuels for economic development.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons.

A coal-fired power plant in Huainan, China. Roughly two-thirds of last year’s emissions increase came from Asian countries that rely heavily on fossil fuels for economic development.
E.P.A. Prepares to Roll Back Rules Requiring Cars to Be Cleaner and More Efficient

E.P.A. Prepares to Roll Back Rules Requiring Cars to Be Cleaner and More Efficient

The Obama-era rules to be reconsidered were designed to address global warming and put the United States at the forefront of global car-efficiency regulation.
E.P.A. Prepares to Roll Back Rules Requiring Cars to Be Cleaner and More Efficient

E.P.A. Prepares to Roll Back Rules Requiring Cars to Be Cleaner and More Efficient

The Obama-era rules to be reconsidered were designed to address global warming and put the United States at the forefront of global car-efficiency regulation.

Ocean Acidification Could Be a Net Positive for Some Fish

Baby herring adapt to extra carbon dioxide in the water; cod and clams, not so much.
Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to roll back Obama-era rules.
Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to roll back Obama-era rules.
Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

Calling Car Pollution Standards ‘Too High,’ E.P.A. Sets Up Fight With California

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to roll back Obama-era rules.
Quietly, Trump Officials and California Seek a Deal on Car Emissions

Quietly, Trump Officials and California Seek a Deal on Car Emissions

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. California has vowed to stick to its own stricter auto emissions standards even if the Trump administration relaxes federal rules.
Quietly, Trump Officials and California Seek a Deal on Car Emissions

Quietly, Trump Officials and California Seek a Deal on Car Emissions

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. California has vowed to stick to its own stricter auto emissions standards even if the Trump administration relaxes federal rules.
Rolling Thunder: The Coming Battle Over MPG, Emissions, and States’ Rights

Rolling Thunder: The Coming Battle Over MPG, Emissions, and States’ Rights

The Trump administration wants to roll back the near-term efficiency rating from 51 mpg (government speak mpg) or about 36 real-world mpg. If a rollback happens, it may not survive past 2020. The