Young Indians Abroad Return to Help Better Country()  

Neeraj Dooshi

April 28, 2008 Young Indians who grew up in Britain, Australia and America are working elbow-to-elbow on India's environmental projects. The collaboration is not without challenges, but along the way the participants are building an identity that crosses cultural borders.

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World Traveler Learns Climate Complexities()  

Juan Hoffmaister treks through northern Vietnam

April 26, 2008 Juan Hoffmaister has spent the past 10 months traveling the globe to visit areas most threatened by climate change. But the trip has complicated his view on how to cope with the changes.

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Young Alaskan Sees Changing Way of Life()  

Reverend Trimble Gilbert and Matthew Gilbert

April 19, 2008 Matthew Gilbert could have a front-row seat on climate change if he chooses to stay and watch. The 28-year-old lives in Arctic Village, Alaska, where village elders point to evidence of climate warming.

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Teenage Skeptic Takes on Climate Scientists()  

Kristen Byrnes

April 15, 2008 At just 16 years old, Kristen Byrnes is attracting attention for her Web site, which attacks mainstream science's views on climate change.

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A Climate 'Policy Wonk' in the Making()  

Kelley Greenman stands on Washington University's campus in St. Louis

April 14, 2008 When college junior Kelley Greenman recently traveled to Bali, she skipped the beaches in favor of U.N. climate meetings. At age 20, she's diving headfirst into climate-change policy.

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Young, Green Entrepreneurs Flock to Carbon Market()  

April 7, 2008 Once, if you were in your 20s and wanted to save the environment, you might have joined Greenpeace. But climate change and a billion-dollar carbon market that trades in carbon credits — as if they were pork bellies — have created a new career niche: carbon entrepreneurs.

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A Ukrainian Pop Star's Would-Be Revolution()  

Ukrainian Pop Star Ruslana

April 7, 2008 Ruslana, Ukraine's biggest pop star, switches between two roles on stage: a limp, pale, synthetic woman chained to a machine for energy and a vibrant warrior whose energy comes from clean, renewable resources. But in post-Soviet Ukraine, her fans are more interested in capitalist consumption than conservation.

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Food & Climate: A Complicated but Optimistic View()  

Cynthia Rosenzweig, of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, works with crop models

October 30, 2007 Some of the most advanced climate models show global warming hurting agricultural production in the world's poorest regions. But Cynthia Rosenzweig, a NASA scientist who's studied this question for 20 years, has faith that solutions are within reach.

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Living in Paradise on the Palmyra Atoll()  

The yacht club

October 25, 2007 The Palmyra Atoll has no indigenous population, making it ideal for scientific research. Those who work there live in rustic conditions amid what comes close to being the ideal tropical paradise.

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Scientist Measures an Overlooked Greenhouse Gas()  

Photo Gallery: Measuring Methane

September 10, 2007 Growing emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, could make projections for global warming far worse than estimated. Katey Walter, 31, is one of the first scientists to measure methane released from thawing permafrost in Alaska and Siberia.

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