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      Battling Drought: The Science of Water Management

      The extreme drought in the US Southwest has brought the issues of water use into the media spotlight. The one-two punch of climate change and political turf battles that have plagued the area since the Wild West have upped the ante for rethinking our policies.
      Battling Drought: The Science of Water Management
      December 1, 2015Environment

      Meeting a Global Carbon Limit Is Cheaper Than Avoiding One

      The world can still avoid dangerous global warming if it acts fast
      April 9, 2018Climate Change

      Native Americans Fighting Fossil Fuels

      Indigenous people are rejecting oil, coal and gas extraction in favor of renewable energy to save their land, increase employment and fight global warming
      February 19, 2008Environment

      Climate Change after Bali (Extended Version)

      Do the math: affordable new technologies can allow us to control global warming at modest cost while maintaining global economic growth
      April 21, 2016Environment

      The Education of an Environmentalist

      How an award-winning filmmaker who created the definitive Earth Day documentary learned to love nuclear power in an age of global warming
      April 10, 2013Environment

      New Method Proves—Again—Climate Change Is Real

      In response to contrarian takes on the measurement of global average temperatures, climate scientist demonstrates global warming via historic ocean temperatures and air pressure
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