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Past abrupt climate change in the North Atlantic could have started as far south as China, scientists say.
Leaves mostly keep their cool (or warmth) wherever they live, a finding that might affect reconstructions of past climates.
Why fights are likely to break out in the next few months to years between industry, environmental advocates, and the feds as regulations are developed, and litigated, over how to conserve declining numbers of polar bears.
Thirteen national academies of science today called on world leaders to “to limit the threat of climate change.” Read more in the current Science & the Public blog by Janet Raloff.
The media-affairs office in federal agencies can be fairly obstructionist, and when they do, the public comes out the loser.
Chinese is developing eco-cities to take their citizens straight from the agricultural to the ecological age.
Long-delayed U.S. government summary of climate change science sees effects on energy, transportation, farming, and water.
New York's mayor argues that science should not only inform action, but also prod it.
Upwelling off Californian coast offers taste of predicted ocean acidification.
A protein chemist reported he had assembled a list of more than 30,000 scientists who challenge the idea that human releases of greenhouse gases are warming Earth's climate.
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