Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

ETM/Landsat 7/NASA
April 20, 2015

Permafrost “Carbon Bomb” May Be More of a Slow Burn, Say Scientists

Carbon dioxide from thawing Arctic permafrost is likely to be released gradually, rather than in a catastrophic eruption.

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Percent snow cover for a given day for the area in Wyoming studied. Note that in more recent years, snow melted earlier. NASA Earth Observatory
April 16, 2015

For Wyoming, Climate Change Is Now

Science doesn’t care about Wyoming’s laws.

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Hillary Clinton
April 13, 2015

Here’s What a Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Mean for Global Warming

Clinton sees climate change as a major threat. But she still wants to boost fossil fuel supplies.

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Rand Paul
April 7, 2015

Rand Paul Is No Moderate on Global Warming

The latest GOP presidential candidate is “not sure anybody exactly knows why” the climate is changing.

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April 7, 2015

Texas City Opts For 100% Renewable Energy–to Save Cash, Not the Planet

Georgetown, Texas, decision not about going green:”‘I’m probably the furthest thing from an Al Gore clone you could find,” says city official.

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More Climate Desk Features

November 5, 2015

Scientists Just Analyzed Dozens of Natural Disasters. Can You Guess Which Ones We Made Worse?

California’s epic wildfire season has our fingerprints all over it.

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Oil sands production in Alberta, Canada. chris kolaczan/Shutterstock
November 3, 2015

The Keystone XL Pipeline Isn’t Dead Yet. Here’s What You Need to Know About What Comes Next.

Low oil prices are squeezing production of one of the world’s dirtiest fossil fuels.

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October 30, 2015

The World’s Plan to Save Itself, in 6 Charts

Here’s how countries around the world are promising to fight climate change.

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About Climate Desk

The Climate Desk is a journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Mother Jones, Slate, and Wired.