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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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windfarm
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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April 7, 2015

Climate-Skeptic US Senator Given Funds By BP Political Action Committee

Senator Jim Inhofe, who opposes climate change regulation, has received $10,000 from PAC funded by donations from US staff at oil group.

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March 9, 2016

Are Big Power Companies Pulling a Fast One on Florida Voters?

Utilities are backing a ballot measure they claim is pro-solar. Environmentalists say it’s anything but.

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Ethiopians in the rural Ziway Dugda district await distribution of emergency food aid in January. Mulugeta Ayene/AP
March 9, 2016

The Science Behind Ethiopia’s Hunger Crisis

The country’s last mega-droughts killed hundreds of thousands. Could the same thing happen again?

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