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If you can get them laughing, you have a good chance of getting them learning, a stand-up climate comedian advises.
The National Park Service is taking steps in New York to help reduce future storm surge inundations of some of the nation’s most well-known national landmarks.
More and more urban areas are undertaking ‘cool strategies’ to deal with large cities’ ‘urban heat island’ challenges.
An ‘uncertain future’ lies ahead for those involved with — and enjoying — tourism, one of the world’s largest industries.
An active, strong voiced, diverse and creative multitude filled New York City’s 6th Avenue for more than five hours during the People’s Climate March on September 21.
A decade in the making, a new NASA satellite may soon provide much-needed data on just where the world’s carbon dioxide is emitted and absorbed.
Drought-suffering California agricultural interests are having to drill for and pump finite groundwater supplies to support their crops.