WHO calls for fighting food-borne diseases that can be deadly
New IPCC chair is not concerned about his organization as much as the ambition of efforts to combat climate change
Decision throws construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope into question
Lessons from the social sciences about recruiting women into STEM fields
A tax on carbon is the most “elegant” solution to climate change
Terrorism is tough to study, but researchers have gleaned insights from the current generation of Islamist extremists
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What was accomplished—or not—during two decades of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change summits
President Obama and other world leaders urged action to combat global warming
Inaction on climate 'could see rise of 6 degrees Celsius'
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Moral conviction, backed by facts, could finally inspire global action
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Politics intrudes as a Republican congressman investigates NOAA climate scientists
American commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are encouraging other nations
Powering the U.S. and 138 other countries exclusively with wind, water, and solar would solve global warming—and is entirely doable
How much aid is available to help adapt to global warming?