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Climate Archives - State of the Planet
If offshore oil installations are rapidly dismantled as a result of the transition to clean energy, the public, not companies, could end up paying. How to avoid this?
Plankton play many important roles on the planet. How will climate change affect them, and is it already happening?
A new report from the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and the United Nations says that climate litigation has more than doubled in the last five years, and is expected to continue to increase.
Aircraft collecting data from clouds of smoke have revealed surprising effects of wildfires on the ground.
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A handful of countries, including the United States, may emit half the world’s greenhouse gases by 2050.
The developer of a controversial hydroelectric project in Chile has filed for bankruptcy, blaming Andean glacier retreat and droughts for low water flows.
Plants in the same groups often show similar drought resistance independent of the climate in which they grow.
Oceanographer Richard Spinrad of NOAA participated in a town hall and discussed funding opportunities with Columbia Climate School researchers.