Whatever measures might be adopted to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, the world will still need to adapt to a changing climate. Indeed, that process has already begun.
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From health impacts to habitat loss, this infographic shows how vulnerability to climate change varies among regions.
A tiny insect, egged on by mild winters and warm summers, is devastating many of America’s coniferous forests.
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Jennifer Powers discovers clues to how plants, ecological processes and land use intertwine. Related: Changing Times slide show
With a boost from the Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment, Xcel Energy explores ways to make wind energy work even on the calmest day.
An inspirational interview with Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai, founder of the Green Belt Movement. Related: Full interview
What does the shift from mainstream media to blogs and agenda-based media mean for society’s ability to address environmental issues?
While U.S. energy and climate policy founders, China forges ahead. How can the U.S. reclaim its title as global innovator and good world citizen?
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