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Making a Market for Pollution

What does it take to trade in a commodity that cannot be seen or touched--and isn't even a commodity in the U.S.? The first in a three-part series

September 7, 2010 — David Biello and The Daily Climate

Wee ants protect African savanna trees from elephants

It's a David versus Goliath kind of story, with an ecological twist: In African savannas (regions with both trees and grass), acacia-dwelling ants can repel voracious, tree-eating elephants, according to new research by published online September 2 in Current Biology ...

September 3, 2010 — Nicholette Zeliadt

How Can Los Angeles Adapt to Coming Climate Change?

Climate change can’t alter the blue skies or access to the beach and mountains, but it will pose four tangible threats: The summers will grow hotter, the air will be smoggier, there will be more fires, and there will be much less water...

September 3, 2010 — Matthew Kahn
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