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Australia’s attempt to save the Great Barrier Reef is like treating cancer with bandages

Australia’s attempt to save the Great Barrier Reef is like treating cancer with bandages

The world’s coral is dying, fast. While corals cover only 0.1% of the ocean surface, it supports as much as 25% of all marine life.…
2017 was one of the hottest years on record

2017 was one of the hottest years on record

In an announcement that will shock exactly no one, climate scientists have reported that 2017 was one of the hottest years globally on record — either in second or third place, depending on how you

Meet the Amateur Scientist Who Discovered Climate Change

Eighty years ago, Guy Callendar built the first climate change model that predicted the danger of greenhouse gases. Today his successors are plotting ways to re-engineer the air.
Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

The dry bed of Lake Poopó in Bolivia, where steady warming over the last 30 years evaporated what little water was left.
Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

The dry bed of Lake Poopó in Bolivia, where steady warming over the last 30 years evaporated what little water was left.
Trump’s “America First” policy on solar panels will likely benefit… China

Trump’s “America First” policy on solar panels will likely benefit… China

A year after he took office, Donald Trump has delivered on a major “America First” protectionist policy. The US administration will levy a 30% tariff…
Trump sucker punched solar power while you weren't looking

Trump sucker punched solar power while you weren't looking

On Monday evening, when all eyes were on congressional action to end the government shutdown, President Donald Trump took a step that could significantly slow the growth of renewable energy in the
Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

A satellite image showing the aftermath of two avalanches in western Tibet in 2016, when two glaciers on the Aru range collapsed and spread across five miles. Researchers say this unusual event was
Op-Ed Columnist: The Tweet Trump Could Never Send Tehran

Op-Ed Columnist: The Tweet Trump Could Never Send Tehran

The Hamoun wetlands in Iran’s Sistan-Baluchistan Province have dried up.
Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

A satellite image showing the aftermath of two avalanches in western Tibet in 2016, when two glaciers on the Aru range collapsed and spread across five miles. Researchers say this unusual event was

Gaius Publius: Democrats Laying Their Own Bonfire

The Democrats are increasingly cocky as potential voters become more and more angry over their pro-Establishment policies.
The India that Modi sold at Davos isn’t quite the India we live in

The India that Modi sold at Davos isn’t quite the India we live in

There was a smattering of Sanskrit, a line from Tagore, and the expected hard sell as Narendra Modi opened proceedings at the World Economic Forum…
Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

Bigger, Faster Avalanches, Triggered by Climate Change

A satellite image showing the aftermath of two avalanches in western Tibet in 2016, when two glaciers on the Aru range collapsed and spread across five miles. Researchers say this unusual event was
Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

Economic Scene: Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch

The dry bed of Lake Poopó in Bolivia, where steady warming over the last 30 years evaporated what little water was left.
Besieged by drought, Cape Town is on the verge of running out of water

Besieged by drought, Cape Town is on the verge of running out of water

It's 2018. Donald Trump is president of the U.S., Elon Musk will soon send a sports car into space aboard a massive rocket, and Cape Town, South Africa, will run out of water in 79 days. Triggered by

Op-Docs: Sinking Islands, Floating Nation

Rising sea levels are forcing the country of Kiribati to make difficult choices.

Solar Import Tariff: Pain Without Benefit

On the not-well-thought-out solar tariff.

Study blames sandwiches for global warming

According to a new study, there may be an unlikely new scapegoat for global warming: sandwiches. Scientists at the University of Manchester in England say their…
Doomsday Clock Is Set at 2 Minutes to Midnight, Closest Since 1950s

Doomsday Clock Is Set at 2 Minutes to Midnight, Closest Since 1950s

From left, Sivan Kartha, a senior scientist at the Stockholm Environmental Institute; Lawrence M. Krauss, director of the Arizona State University Origins Project; Robert Rosner, a theoretical
Doomsday Clock Is Set at 2 Minutes to Midnight, Closest Since 1950s

Doomsday Clock Is Set at 2 Minutes to Midnight, Closest Since 1950s

From left, Sivan Kartha, a senior scientist at the Stockholm Environmental Institute; Lawrence M. Krauss, director of the Arizona State University Origins Project; Robert Rosner, a theoretical