Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Newcastle
December 16, 2014

How Science Can Tell if Your Great-Grandparents Were Strikebreakers

Christine Kenneally on the connections between your genes and your history.

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Shishmaref
December 16, 2014

Climate Change Takes A Village

As the Planet Warms, a Remote Alaskan Town Shows Just How Unprepared We Are.

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coal truck
December 12, 2014

Congress Stuffed Some Coal In Its Omnibus Package

The Export-Import Bank wants to stop financing coal plants. Congress has other ideas.

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December 8, 2014

How Monsanto’s Big Data Push Hurts Small Farms

New evidence suggests that so-called precision farming could make American farms even larger and less diverse. 

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Lenin
December 2, 2014

Science Says Your Baby Is a Socialist

Psychologist Paul Bloom discusses the moral lives of children.

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Delegates to the UN climate summit in Lima, Peru, listen to opening remarks this morning. Paolo Aguilar/ZUMA
December 1, 2014

Climate Negotiators Are Working on History’s Most Important Mad Lib

This week in Peru, delegates are creating the framework for a deal to fight global warming. Next year, they’ll fill in the blanks.

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Alexander Steinhof/Flickr
December 1, 2014

Will Obama Pull the Plug on Wind Energy?

The president has threatened to veto a tax package that includes a lifeline for wind.

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December 1, 2014

Even Global Warming Can’t Convince Republicans That Global Warming Exists

Polling data suggests that even when the heat is on, political ideology outweighs facts.

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