Why Climate Change Has Darwin Down for the Count

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Birds, reptiles, amphibians, and many other animals may not be able to adapt to rising temperatures.

The Southwest’s Forests May Never Recover from Megafires

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“Abnormal” fire risks have become the new normal.

Are Fungus-Farming Ants the Key to Better Biofuel?

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Secrets from their underground fungus fields could help fight climate change.

The Arctic Ice “Death Spiral”

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Despite what deniers claim, the volume of ice is going down, down, down.

The Most Controversial Chart in History, Explained

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Climate deniers threw all their might at disproving the famous “hockey stick” climate change graph. Here’s why they failed.

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