Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Tom Steyer
February 20, 2014

Spending $100m To Save the Planet Is a Bad Thing

Don’t believe Tom Steyer and his liberal Super Pac’s push for climate change: donor-doers aren’t doing democracy any good.

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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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More Climate Desk Features

Obama and Jinping
November 12, 2014

The US and China Just Announced a Huge Deal on Climate—and It’s a Game Changer

The surprise agreement aims to double the pace of carbon pollution reduction in the United States.

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Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures
November 12, 2014

What’s Wrong With the Science of “Interstellar”?

Astrobiologist David Grinspoon schools Hollywood.

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Izu navi/Flickr
November 7, 2014

Here Comes the Sun: America’s Solar Boom, in Charts

It’s been a bit player, but solar power is about to shine.

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Shutterstock
November 5, 2014

Meet the Senate’s New Climate Denial Caucus

Their views range from tepid acceptance of the science to flat-out rejection.

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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.