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Document Back in the headlines: Climate coverage returns to its 2009 peak
A sharp rise in reporting, spurred largely by energy development, put global coverage of climate change in 2014 back near its 2009 peak.
Document Scientists track natural responses to climate change
Researchers in the US have identified a wide range of impacts – human and natural – that global warming has on fish, forests, birds and wildflowers.
Document Aviation industry faces pressure to curb emissions
Document 5 GOP science 'believers' in the new Congress
Document Fracking's future in doubt as oil price plummets
Document Peat bog fires are burning issue in climate calculations
Document For the little auk, ice's retreat is a warning
Document To save power, appeal to health benefits
Document New - and worrisome - contaminants emerge from oil and gas wells
Researchers find alarming levels of ammonium and iodide in fracking wastewater released into Pennsylvania and West Virginia streams by oil and gas operations.