Scientists Map Swirling Ocean Eddies for Clues to Climate Change

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Can we read the future in the ocean’s movements?

Australia Urged to Formally Recognise Climate Change Refugee Status

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Refugee Council says new category would protect those fleeing the effects of global warming and warns Australian government to prepare for thousands forced from low-lying Pacific islands.

For Cleveland, Climate Change Could Mean Tons of Toxic Green Algae

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Look out, Cleveland.

Are Fuel Exports Driving Up the Price of Gas?

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Yes, they probably are. But here’s why that’s OK.

This Town Was Almost Blown Off the Map

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Now it’s back, and super green.

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