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New research quantifies climate change “inequity.“
Humans in Europe first experienced a “bottleneck” when their numbers decreased.
Natural gas very nearly eclipsed coal in 2015 as the top source of U.S. electricity.
Humans are creating conditions for diseases to thrive.
Ted Cruz ignored the number one rule of Iowa politics and won anyway.
Research increasingly shows that the consequences of climate change could be especially bad along the Atlantic seaboard.
There is a difference between satellite data and surface data -- and it also matters what year you use to start your analysis.
A new study makes the case for “environmental justice.“
This is why “demand response,” at the center of a recent Supreme Court case, is so important.