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Why We Can’t Count on Evolution to Counterbalance Climate Change

Many adults remember middle-school lessons about England’s peppered moth – a popular, easily understood illustration of the principle of natural selection. Most of the moths [...]

Brooke Jarvis (Rolling Stone | July 29, 2013)

Is there a fix for global warming under our feet?

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories are conducting an experiment near the Columbia River in southeastern Washington to see if greenhouse gases from power plants [...]

Sandi Doughton (Seattle Times | July 26, 2013)

Global warming and the future of storms

We know that changes we are making to the Earth’s climate will (and currently are) affecting weather. Some of the impacts are clear to see [...]

John Abraham (The Guardian | July 26, 2013)

King Coal gets a chill as the World Bank tackles global warming

It had to come, but it is still a significant moment. The World Bank – which over the last 20 years has financed more coal-fired [...]

Geoffrey Lean (The Telegraph | July 19, 2013)

Climate Change Takes Center Stage

Climate change took center stage this week as the Senate confirmed climate and clean air champion Gina McCarthy to lead the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) [...]

Gene Karpinski (The Huffington Post | July 19, 2013)

Why Don’t Farmers Believe in Climate Change?

If it isn’t torrential downpours, then it’s too dry. If there’s one thing U.S. farmers can count on, it’s bad weather, and perhaps as a [...]

David Biello (Slate | July 16, 2013)

Climate change’s heat intensifies drought in the USA

In this browning patch of land in central Texas, C.J. Teare could be fined for using fresh water to keep her decades-old oak trees alive [...]

Wendy Koch (USA Today | July 10, 2013)

Wildfires Spit Climate Changing Tar Balls

Currently in the United States, major wildfires burn in Colorado, Alaska, California, Arizona and near Las Vegas, Nevada. The deadly wildfires torching the western states [...]

Tim Wall (Discovery | July 10, 2013)

Hurricanes likely to get stronger and more frequent, study shows

Hurricanes are Mother Nature’s largest and most destructive storms. Fed by warm ocean waters and moist atmospheric conditions, about 90 such storms — also known [...]

Andrew Freedman (The Huffington Post | July 10, 2013)

Google hosts fundraiser for climate change denying US senator

Google, which prides itself on building a “better web that is better for the environment”, is hosting a fundraiser for the most notorious climate change [...]

Suzanne Goldenberg (The Guardian | July 9, 2013)