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How Farmers in Kenya Might Adapt to Climate Change

Kenya is struggling to emerge from a drought that saw at least 10 million people facing starvation. Even in a nation dominated by an arid and semiarid climate, rising global temperatures are ending what little predictability farmers could count on in the past

March 29, 2010 — Jessica Leber and ClimateWire

Can Aging Nuclear Reactors Be Safe?

U.S. nuclear power plant owners are gaining regulatory approval to run aging reactors longer but, as the power plants age, the need for rigorous safety supervision steadily mounts

March 9, 2010 — Peter Behr and ClimateWire

Will Politics Slow the Wind?

The growth of wind power may be curtailed by a growing coalition of naysayers, ranging from electric utilities to Senators

March 8, 2010 — Peter Behr and ClimateWire