Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

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December 4, 2013

Here’s Why Developing Countries Will Consume 65% of the World’s Energy by 2040

China and India hold the world’s fate in their hands as energy use skyrockets in poorer countries. 

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December 4, 2013

Scientists Re-Trace Steps of Great Antarctic Explorer Douglas Mawson

Geologist almost lost his life mapping unknown Antarctic regions in ‘the Edwardian equivalent of space travel’.

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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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Charts: How Dangerous Are the Gas Pipes Under Your City?

America’s aging gas network is big and getting bigger. Why that could be bad for you and the climate.

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What These Historical Kings and Marauders Can Teach Our Leaders About Climate Change

Never fight a land war in Asia—unless the climate is on your side.

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March 12, 2014

Can This Coal Plant Save the Climate?

Step inside the project that could be the key to Obama’s climate legacy… or a multibillion-dollar boondoggle.

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