New Research Sheds Light On Antarctic Ice Melting
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Florida's Deep Freeze Puts The Squeeze On Tomatoes
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Chile Quake Far Stronger Than That Of Haiti
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A 60-mile-long iceberg known as B9B, right, crashes into the Mertz Glacier Tongue, left, in the Australian Antarctic Territory on Saturday. The collision created a new 48-mile-long iceberg. AP Photo/Commonwealth of Australia hide caption

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Can Underwater Parks Protect Coral?
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Fate Of Offshore Wind Farm In Government's Hands
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When it comes to climate change, some look at the facts presented and see a coming catastrophe, others see a hoax. This difference in interpretation, social scientists say, has more to do with each individual's existing outlook than the facts. iStockphoto hide caption

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Belief In Climate Change Hinges On Worldview
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Natural Gas As A Climate Fix Sparks Friction
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An architect's illustration shows what Paul Song's house should look like when it is finished. Courtesy of Punchouse hide caption

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Building Law Seen As Threat To California History
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Redwoods, like those pictured above, receive up to 40 percent of their yearly water supply from fog — a resource that may be under threat, a new study suggests. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Fog Fluctuations Could Threaten Giant Redwoods
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Study: Costly Health Care Not Necessarily Best
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, regarded as the world's top climate science institution, reported that Himalayan glaciers could completely melt by 2035. Two numbers were transposed — it should have said 2350. Climate science naysayers cite the error as evidence of bias. Channi Anand/AP hide caption

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Confidence In Climate Science Eroding Over Errors
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Linguist Weighs In On Framing Climate Change
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Lawmakers Plan Climate Change Legislation
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