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Climactic Change

Climate change is no longer an open question—for researchers today, it's a baseline assumption. How these changes will impact ecosystems, public health, and our future are now the questions we need to ask.

In Miami, environmental injustice and the ocean tides rise alongside luxury housing

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The city's economic divide leaves everyone but the rich vulnerable to climate change, a scene that will play out around the world in the coming decades

Mario Alejandro Ariza, Yale Environment 360

Fungi learn how to cope with drought, but at a cost

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Matthew Vandermeulen, University at Buffalo

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By 2100, the ocean will be a different color

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Incorporating the colored dissolved organic matter responsible for the color change improves the accuracy of climate models

Maddie Bender, Yale University

Warming oceans cast a chill over New England's sea turtles

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Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island

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How shadowy tax havens skirt conservation efforts

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Cassie Freund, Wake Forest University

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The UN reports humanity is failing its climate change goals

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No country on the planet is following the Paris Agreement's plan

Michael Graw, Oregon State University

These corals love the warming oceans

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Gina Mantica, Tufts University

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Climate is getting more extreme in every possible way

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Coleman Harris, Vanderbilt University

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After Hurricane Florence, North Carolina's water quality will go down the toilet

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Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island

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When evolution's path leads to a dead end

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The fossil record shows that nature doesn't always make the right choices

Julie Hollis, Government of Greenland

How farmers on the Great Plains are changing the local climate

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Ellen Stuart-Haëntjens, Virginia Commonwealth University

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Tropical rainforests may be near a tipping point beyond our control

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Michael Graw, Oregon State University

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Why don't Americans care about chemicals?

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Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island

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Climate change harms everyone's health. Yes, even yours.

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No one is safe from global increases in extreme weather, disease, and injury

Renee Salas, Massachusetts General Hospital

Low doses of contaminants, long ignored, can have vast consequences

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Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island

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What does California's future look like? Scientists asked trees

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Daniel Ackerman, University of Minnesota

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Tiny computers are transforming weather data collection

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Sometimes my job is to fly sensors on kites – for science

Alison Nugent, University of Hawaii

Pollution and climate change hurt children most of all

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Renee Salas, Massachusetts General Hospital

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