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- Peering Beyond the Biggest AGU Meeting Headlines
- Geoethics Gets Bigger Spotlight among Scientists
- Albedo: Lighter Colors Reflect, Darker Ones Absorb, Heat
- The Arctic Brings Surprises, but the Trend Remains Clear
- Increased Atmospheric Rivers of Rain Predicted for West Coast
- One Person’s Waste…Another’s Energy
- California: 11 Trillion Gallons of Drought
- Researchers Address Unanswered Questions in National Climate Assessment
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Peter Sinclair’s new ‘This is Not Cool’ video for Yale Climate Connections outlines strong case for electric vehicles … and a bright future.
‘Long-term solutions’ is what Hoboken, New Jersey, Mayor Dawn Zimmer is looking for after Superstorm Sandy filled the city ‘like a bathtub’ … and convinced her the town now is on the climate change ‘front line.’
San Diego’s plan to open the world’s largest desalination plant over the next few years is a critical step — one of many — in the efforts of southern California to support a growing population in a warmer and drier [...]
Large institutional purchasers — those buying for government agencies, universities, and large enterprises — hold a vital key in shaping the economy’s selections driving trends in greenhouse gas emissions and concentrations.
Additional heat-related stresses on the region’s agricultural interests are in the cards for the country’s Great Plains states, where new approaches to farming and adaptation will be key in a warmer climate.
Many of today’s available venues for hosting Winter Olympic sports competitions may not be able to do so much longer.
Improvisational jazz and theater exercises are proving useful tools in disaster aid training.