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Out of 171 countries, Bangladesh and India are ranked most at risk in a warming global climate.
Americans are still befuddled by climate change. Where will they turn for answers? (Here on the internet of course!)
Analyses show World Bank-funded coal and oil projects supposed to help the world's poor actually do anything but.
150 year old pressed flowers could hold clues to the future effects of climate change.
A leader in marine conservation asks other countries to make short-term sacrifices for the sake of the planet.
Do insurers have the answers to dealing with climate change?
âPeople living near unlined coal ash ponds can have an extremely high 1 in 50 risk of cancer. That is more than 2,000 times higher than what the EPA considers acceptable.â
A new NASA study shows that climate change is reducing plant productivity. The effects are worst in the global South.
Without monitoring indicators, we wouldn't understand any of the effects of climate change. So what do they tell us?