Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Wind farm
December 2, 2014

World Bank to Focus Future Investment on Clean Energy

World Bank will only fund coal projects in cases of ‘extreme need’ due to the risk climate change poses to ending world poverty, says Jim Yong Kim.

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December 2, 2014

5 Striking Things We’ve Learned About Pesticides in California

Pesticides have been linked to everything from bee deaths to the hole in the ozone layer.

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A Kashmiri Muslim man carries an electric transformer through floodwaters. Dar Yasin/AP
December 2, 2014

“So Little Time Between Hope and Death”

This fall, Kashmir saw its worst floods in more than half a century. My family and I barely survived them.

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The Chinese and American presidents in Beijing on Wednesday. Andy Wong/AP
November 12, 2014

Is the US-China Climate Pact as Big a Deal as It Seems?

The deal doesn’t mean that global climate negotiations will succeed. But it means they’re no longer guaranteed to fail.

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More Climate Desk Features

measles vaccine
February 11, 2015

Vaccines Are One of Our Best Weapons Against Global Warming

Climate change could make deadly diseases like rotavirus even worse.

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February 10, 2015

Scientists Are Pretty Terrified About These Last-Minute Fixes to Global Warming

The most comprehensive study to date on geoengineering says we probably shouldn’t do it—at least not yet.

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Solar panels on the roof of a house in Apache Junction, Arizona. Darryl Webb/AP
February 10, 2015

Are Solar Companies Ripping You Off?

Members of Congress and a big utility are teaming up to raise that question. But experts think their concerns are overblown.

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February 6, 2015

China’s Toxic Air Could Kill a Population the Size of Orlando

The country’s pollution could contribute to 257,000 deaths over the next decade.

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About Climate Desk

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