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The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Richard Lindzen/MIT
January 27, 2014

IPCC Hearing Brings UK Closer to US Polarisation on Climate Change

Leading sceptics getting big slots to reject global warming indicates a growing climate denial bias at Westminster.

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Harvesting sugar cane in Brazil. Shell.
January 27, 2014

UN Warns Us to Eat Less Meat and Lay Off Biofuels, or We’re In For It

We’re overconsuming ourselves into environmental oblivion.

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60 Minutes
January 6, 2014

Did ’60 Minutes’ Drop The Ball Again?

CBS’s ‘Cleantech Crash’ segment misses the point, critics charge.

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Al_HikesAZ/Flickr
January 3, 2014

Will Congress Go Another Year Without Designating New Wilderness?

The only thing Congress has preserved in the last four years is its record dry spell.

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steve p2008/Flickr
January 3, 2014

For the Birds (And the Bats)

8 ways wind power companies are trying to prevent deadly collisions.

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October 8, 2014

Will Climate Change Make Men Extinct?

A Japanese study links increasing temperature extremes to a declining proportion of male newborns.

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Charles Dharapak/AP
October 1, 2014

Live Event: Inquiring Minds Interviews Adam Savage in San Francisco

Inquiring Minds teams up with The Story Collider as part of the Bay Area Science Festival, October 28.

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September 29, 2014

Naomi Klein: Fossil Fuels Threaten Our Ability to Have Healthy Children

Why oil spills, fracking, and climate change pose a special danger to the youngest members of all species.

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Obama
September 23, 2014

Inside the UN Climate Talks

President Obama is among the world leaders talking about climate change today in New York City.

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