Stories From Our Partners

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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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A man carries animal feed in the Sitti Zone of Ethiopia, Friday, April 8, 2016, near the border with Somalia. The region is afflicted by a severe drought. Mulugeta Ayene/AP
June 30, 2016

Here’s the Next Big Story on Climate Change

The coming food crisis, and what we can do about it.

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June 9, 2016

Even George W. Bush’s Environment Chief Thinks Trump’s Energy Plan Is Bonkers

“He’s talking about rolling back the clock, which I think is very dangerous.”

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REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
June 8, 2016

How Bernie Sanders Made Hillary Clinton Into a Greener Candidate

This story was originally published by Grist. Hillary Clinton is her party’s presumptive nominee. Whether Sanders drops out tomorrow or the day he loses the roll-call vote at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, his campaign is over. But if ever there were a losing campaign that achieved some major wins, it’s Sanders’. Not only did [...]

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