Climate change is making the Earth a warmer and weirder place, forcing researchers, companies and governments to understand, confront and adapt to rising dangers.
Unless we begin shutting down coal and natural-gas facilities, and stop building new ones, we’re doomed to miss the targets of the Paris treaty.
Twenty Democratic candidates had a chance to tell voters why climate change should be America’s top political priority. They mostly blew it.
Because seven minutes in a two-hour debate on the most pressing topic of our time is ridiculous.
Using farms to capture and store more carbon in soil is becoming trendy, but the science is still not settled on how much it can help to address climate change.
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