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Most Floridians see link between hurricane activity, climate change, survey finds.

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On climate change, there aren't 'two sides.' So why do some feel otherwise?

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This hypnotizing animation shows the incredible trend of global warming.

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What do we know about mountain snowpack, runoff? Far too little.

Most Americans may not realize it, but we really don’t know with a lot of accuracy how much snow there is sitting in the...

Climate change preview? Pacific Ocean ‘blob’ appears to take toll on Alaska cod.

Gulf of Alaska cod populations appear to have nose-dived, a collapse fishery scientists believe is linked to warm water temperatures known as “the blob”...

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