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Global warming could wipe out most of the country’s remaining cedar forests by the end of the century.
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A federal judge has dismissed a suit brought by the city that would have forced fossil fuel companies to pay for some costs of climate change.
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The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
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High temperatures and low rainfall have fueled fires across the country. Elsewhere in Europe, drought in Britain and Ireland has exposed ancient structures.
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Global warming is making some geese speed up their northward spring migration. That means trouble when they arrive in the Arctic.
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The world’s largest emitter of greenhouses gases is making significant progress, a former U.S. energy official has found, but not yet fast enough to meet global targets.
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There's a battle in Congress over a grant to help television meteorologists incorporate climate change into their weather reporting.
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In cities that are already scorching hot, temperatures and humidity levels are rising to levels that the human body simply can’t tolerate, researchers warn.
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Some would say our mistake was having our daughter in the first place.
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The state expects drier dry years and wetter wet ones in the decades ahead. That means projects to restore river habitats now serve another purpose: battling the coming floods.
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