Donald Trump plays a stroke as he officially opens his new Trump International Golf Links course in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, last July. Now, he is aggressively fighting Scottish plans to build 11 wind turbines off the coast overlooked by his golf course and other proposed projects. Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Thar He Blows: Trump Tussles With Scots Over Wind Turbines

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Living Large in 140 Square Feet

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Obama: U.S. Should Lead Assault on Climate Change

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Jay Keasling (left), speaking with Rajit Sapar at the Joint BioEnergy Institute, is pioneering a technique to develop diesel fuel from yeast. Courtesy of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory hide caption

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Put Down Oil Drill, Pick Up The Test Tube: Making Fuel From Yeast

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Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand, was destroyed by the tsunami on Dec. 25, 2004. More than 230,000 people died. Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images hide caption

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Tips For Surviving A Mega-Disaster

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Global Thermostat's pilot plant in Menlo Park, Calif., pulls carbon dioxide from the surrounding air. The next challenge is to find uses for the captured gas. Courtesy of Global Thermostat hide caption

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This Climate Fix Might Be Decades Ahead Of Its Time

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The psyllid, discovered eight years ago in Florida citrus groves, has been problematic for researchers and farmers alike. University of California, Davis/AP hide caption

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New Bugs In Florida Stymie Researchers, Threaten Crops

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In the current New Yorker, Michael Specter explores the conflict among some people who suffer from Lyme disease, and the doctors who study it. aanton/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'The Lyme Wars' That Tiny Ticks Have Wrought

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Coal Industry Concerned By Obama's Climate Change Plans

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President Obama unveils his plan on climate change Tuesday at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. The president laid out his plan to reduce carbon pollution and to prepare the country for the impacts of climate change. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama's Climate Strategy Doesn't Require Congressional Approval

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Jessica McConnell, 26, of Silver Spring, Md., tries to identify halibut, red snapper and salmon at a dinner hosted by Oceana and the National Aquarium in Washington, D.C. Heather Rousseau/NPR hide caption

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Obama To Announce Sweeping Plan To Address Climate Change

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