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The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

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December 2, 2013

How Do Meteorologists Fit into the 97% Global Warming Consensus?

A new study examines meteorologists, the global warming consensus, political ideology, and climate expertise.

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Australian Bureau of Meteorology
December 2, 2013

Australia Must Cut Emissions 40% by 2020 to Avoid “Dramatic Climatic Shifts”

Leading scientists and economists say a world on track for 4C warming will put Australia “under assault”.

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November 27, 2013

The Quest for a Super-Light Electric Bike Powered by Solar Panels

Is it a bike? Is it a part fallen from the International Space Station?

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Hansruedi Weyrich
November 27, 2013

Polar Bear Numbers in Hudson Bay of Canada on Verge of Collapse

Climate change is warming the Arctic and melting its ice cover, with grave consequences.

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New York City
September 18, 2014

World Leaders Have Failed to Seriously Confront Climate Change. Could That Change Next Week?

Heads of state will get to work on a new global warming agreement.

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Tourists in a shelter at a Los Cabos resort. Victor R. Caviano/AP
September 16, 2014

A Massive Hurricane Just Slammed Into Cabo

Hurricane Odile is the strongest storm on record to hit the resort town…and just the latest monster storm from the Eastern Pacific this year.

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September 16, 2014

This Man Wrote Hundreds of Letters Warning Politicians Not to Lie. It Worked.

Political scientist Brendan Nyhan explains why fact-checking keeps candidates honest…sometimes.

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September 10, 2014

How Hillary Clinton’s State Department Sold Fracking to the World

A trove of secret documents details the US government’s global push for shale gas.

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