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democratic debate

Democrats Spent 7 Minutes Talking About Climate Change at the Debate. That’s More Than Trump and Hillary in 2016.

Voters still want a full debate on the issue.
Alex Lubben
6.27.19
The Everglades

The Everglades Is on Fire, But It's Actually Fine

At 33,500 acres, as of Wednesday morning, the fire is currently the largest in the Everglades since 2011.
Alex Lubben
6.26.19
climate change

New York State Is About to Pass Its Own Green New Deal

After three years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo finally came around.
Alex Lubben
6.18.19
Motherboard

Life On Earth Was Seeded by Massive Collision That Formed the Moon

“The giant impact of a rocky planet was required to deliver the unique composition of life-essential elements to Earth.”
Becky Ferreira
1.23.19
climate change

A Strong US Economy Doesn’t Have to Mean a Worse Climate

A new report estimating the carbon emissions for 2018 shows they have risen for the first time in four years, in part due to the growing economy.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.9.19
climate change

The UN Is Now Working Directly With Companies to Fight Climate Change

If these companies actually execute the plan as written, it would make a significant impact in our effort to curb warming temperatures.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.13.18
climate change

Devastating UN Report: CO2 Emissions Must Go to Zero By 2050 to Avoid Worst Effects of Climate Change

The IPCC's '1.5 Degree Report' paints a dire picture that suggests we must fundamentally change the nature of society in the next decade.
Caroline Haskins
10.8.18
climate change

Europe Wants to Devastate Forests to Double Its 'Renewable' Energy

A plan recently finalized by the European Union would classify wood burned for fuel as a carbon neutral energy source, when it’s anything but.
Sarah Emerson
9.12.18
Motherboard

Evidence of Organic Molecules Found in Plumes Ejected From Saturn’s Moon

Carbon-rich molecules were detected in samples collected from Enceladus’ ocean—yet another indicator that it could host microbial life.
Becky Ferreira
6.27.18
climate change

Another government agency says climate change is expensive no matter what EPA says

Alex Lubben
10.25.17
climate change

EPA chief is using MAGA math to justify repealing Clean Power Plan

Alex Lubben
10.11.17
Motherboard

Mathematical Formula Predicts Global Mass Extinction Event in 2100

If we put another 310 gigatons of carbon into the ocean by 2100, which we’re well on track to do, we enter “unknown territory.”
Kate Lunau
9.20.17
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