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Plant gases help curb global warming, finds study

It’s well known that plants can help mitigate global warming, by absorbing carbon dioxide and trapping it, via photosynthesis, in things like leaves, stalks, and [...]

Eoin O'Carroll (Christian Science Monitor | April 30, 2013)

Our infrastructure isn’t ready for climate change

Recently, the American Society of Civil Engineers released its latest Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, a measure of the condition, capacity, and maintenance of the [...]

Ed Maurer and Eugene Cordero (Marketwatch | April 29, 2013)

Adapt faster to changing climate, Europe warned

Cities around Europe may have to erect flood barriers similar to the Thames Barrier that protects London from sea surges, as climate change takes hold [...]

Fiona Harvey (The Guardian | April 29, 2013)

US national security advisor says climate change is threat

Scientists and advocates have called for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions for years. But now the White House national security advisor is joining in the [...]

Carl Franzen (The Verge | April 24, 2013)

A Republican senator on climate change: It’s real, we need to fight it

Lisa Murkowski is one Republican senator who wants to do something about climate change. Catching up with her after she gave the keynote at the [...]

Brian Dumaine (CNN | April 24, 2013)

Earth Day: Viewing climate change through a moral prism

Rob Gillies and his team gather data on Nepal’s changing climate for a research project. They log temperatures, raindrops and snow. They pump the numbers [...]

Judy Fahys (Salt Lake Tribune | April 22, 2013)

It’s Earth Day

Today is Earth Day! Over one billion people in 192 countries are participating from London to Sao Paolo, Seoul to Babylon City, New Delhi to [...]

Staff (Earth Day Network | April 22, 2013)

British children ‘deeply concerned’ about the impact of climate change

British children are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change on their own lives and those of children on poorer nations, according to a [...]

Damian Carrington (The Guardian | April 17, 2013)

Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Exacerbates Climate Change

The Keystone XL Pipeline would move enough tar sands oil to result in another 181 million metric tons of greenhouse gases entering the atmosphere yearly. [...]

David Biello (Scientific American | April 17, 2013)

Has Obama Already Given Up on Climate Change?

The budget released this week by the White House is by far Obama’s most ambitious statement of his legislative priorities since 2009, when, as [...]

Ryan Lizza (The New Yorker | April 12, 2013)