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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
      November 26, 2007Environment

      Clash: What Will Climate Change Cost Us?

      The science is clear: the climate is changing thanks to human activity. The question becomes: will preventing further globe-warming pollution ruin the global economy?
      March 1, 2005Environment

      How Did Humans First Alter Global Climate?

      A bold new hypothesis suggests that our ancestors' farming practices kicked off global warming thousands of years before we started burning coal and driving cars
      January 5, 2014

      Meanwhile in Australia

      Remember these guys from a couple days ago? This very expensive GLOBAL WARMING bullshit has got to stop. Our planet is freezing, record low temps,and our GW scientists are stuck in ice Donald J...
      May 20, 2013But Not Simpler

      The Overwhelming Odds Of Climate Change

      If you listen to global warming deniers, or even much of the public, it seems like there is some stack of scientific studies somewhere that refute anthropogenic—human-caused—climate change...
      December 6, 2007Environment

      Carbon Dioxide Changes Leaf Color Timing

      Increased carbon dioxide levels seem to affect the timing of leaf coloration both through global warming and directly chemically. Chelsea Wald reports.
      January 1, 2016Environment

      Carbon Capture May Be Too Expensive to Combat Climate Change

      Every credible plan for reducing global warming hinges on carbon-trapping technology playing a major role. That doesn't seem likely
      May 1, 2012Biology

      Warming Ocean Current Might Create Coral Refuges

      Whereas global warming devastates most coral, it also is predicted to bring a stronger deep equatorial undercurrent that could create a bit of habitat alongside islands
      March 22, 2010Environment

      Has Global Warming Slowed?

      Global warming has neither stopped nor slowed in the past decade, according to a draft analysis of temperature data by the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
      July 19, 2010Environment

      Can Climate Change Cause Conservation?

      A unprecedented effort to set aside huge swathes of Canada's boreal forest includes--for the first time--global warming mitigation as a key objective
      April 5, 2007Environment

      Dust Bowl 2.0: Is the Southwest Drying Up?

      New research shows that the current drought plaguing the American West is likely the beginning of a new trend brought on by global warming.
      April 18, 2012Environment

      Researcher: Ban Patents on Geoengineering Technology

      Physicist David Keith, who has been working on technologies to block sunlight to slow global warming, argues that such efforts need to remain in the public domain
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