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Scientists Excavate Ancient Submerged Cities for Clues to Our Fate
Meet the New Climate Change Warrior: Your Doctor
'What's Possible': The U.N. Climate Summit Opening Film
The Carbon Time Bomb Is Set to Go Off in 30 Years—or Less
The World’s Largest Climate March Aims to ‘Bend the Course of History’ as Leaders Gather in New York
The U.N. Summit: A Turning Point in the Fight Against Climate Change?
Space Lasers Could Help Scientists See the Carbon for the Trees
Think Climate Change Is a Problem for the Future? Our Food System May Feel the Heat in a Decade
Nearly Half the World’s Trash Is Burned, and That’s Worsening Climate Change
Why the World Needs to Shut Down Coal-Fired Power Plants Faster Than Ever
Health Savings From Cutting Greenhouse Gases Will Pay for a Low-Carbon Economy
Melting Antarctic Ice Threatens the World's Megacities
Two Giants of the Food Industry Vow to Tackle Climate Change
Another Reason to Save Sea Otters—They're Helping Fight Climate Change
Scientists Invent a Sponge That Soaks Up Carbon From Coal-Fired Power Plants
There Might Be Barley or Corn in Your Morning Coffee—and Climate Change Is to Blame
Our Addiction to Cheap Airline Tickets Is Making Climate Change Worse
Should Cruise Ships Be Taking Tourists to the Fragile Arctic?
Air Pollution Isn’t Just Bad for Your Health—It’s Taking Food off Your Plate
Obama May Talk Tough on Climate Change—but He Still Subsidizes Coal Mining
The Daily Wild: Feline and Fabulous
Photo of the Day: Guns and Rebar
Your Fragile Planet: 'Angel Oak'