How Climate Change Could Make Summer Crime Waves Worse

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In Chicago, dangerous crime is following temperatures on the rise.

Further North Than Expected, the Arctic Sunrise Reaches the Edge of the Ice Cap

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The Greenpeace ship must press deeper into the ice to allow the scientists to find the right ice floe to begin their research.

Oil on Gulf Coast After Hurricane Isaac Reveals Risks of Offshore Drilling

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The cleanup is far from over.

You Think 2012 Is Hot? Wait Until 2013.

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Barring a volcanic eruption, next year will set records. But don’t blame El Niño.

Big Dog Touches on Big Issue

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Clinton becomes first Dem at 2012 Convention to reference climate change.

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