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The U.S. signals its readiness to regulate carbon dioxide emissions; world leaders begin Copenhagen discussions on climate change
At a speech at Georgetown University, he laid out the basics for how the country will combat climate change--whether or not Congress helps.
A new search for ways to reduce the methane cattle produce.
The industry and the F.A.A. say the climate effects of flying civilians into space will be negligible, but some scientists fret about the accumulation of black carbon in the stratosphere.
When it's 115 degrees in March, it might take a Hail Mary of a solution to help us
Technique to create alcohol from thin air has applications in renewable energy
A new inflatable safety device could keep trapped coal miners alive until help arrives
Tweeting creditable, verifiable information is hardly scandalous
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
Unique porous fluid could suck up and lock away unwanted molecules
Last week was a busy one in Congress for climate legislation. But signals have been mixed
We're on a collision course with extreme weather. It's time to acknowledge that, and to prepare
A new theory suggests that unusual greenhouse gases might have kept the planet warm back before the sun was bright enough to do the job.
Among global warming's cast of characters, these two stand out.
Dangerous fumes from an African lake could be the fuel of tomorrow
"We are short of carbon dioxide for the needs of the plants," said state representative Jerry Anderson, who is also a former science teacher.
Some evidence suggests a natural gas explosion triggered this morning's building collapses in New York City. Here's why we should all be worried.
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