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The key insight that defined 50 years of climate science

A climate scientist has won the Nobel Prize in Physics for the first time. It’s a reminder that the field, which emerged from the mid-20th century’s biggest questions, hasn’t always been fraught.
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Ben Santer: How do climate scientists study the causes of climate change?

We can choose to ignore climate science, follow a "business as usual" strategy of fossil fuel use — and remain unvaccinated against the ever-increasing risks of serious climate disruption. It's a choice.

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Iceberg splits from Antarctica, becoming world's largest
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Iceberg splits from Antarctica, becoming world's largest

The iceberg broke off from the edge of the Ronne Ice Shelf into the Weddell Sea this week, researchers said.
Water could make Michigan a climate refuge. Are we prepared?
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Water could make Michigan a climate refuge. Are we prepared?

What may it take to prepare the Great Lakes region for the future climatologists say we can expect?
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Wildfire smoke may carry 'mind-bending' amounts of fungi and bacteria, scientists say

When wildfires roar through a forest and bulldozers dig into the earth to stop advancing flames, they may be churning more into the air than just clouds of dust and smoke, scientists say.

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The stormy, fiery year when climate disasters wouldn't stop

Nature struck relentlessly in 2020 with record-breaking and deadly weather- and climate-related disasters.

Melting glaciers are filling unstable lakes. And they're growing
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Melting glaciers are filling unstable lakes. And they're growing

A census of the world’s glacial lakes shows there are more than there used to be, and their water volume is growing.
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