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Climate

Our favorite climate stories you might have missed in 2018

We asked reporters and editors to share their favorite articles they worked on this year. Here are some stories behind the stories.
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Climate

2018: The year in climate change

From dire climate reports to ravenous urchins and vanishing heritage sites, here are the climate stories you shouldn’t miss from this year.
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Originals

Peter Dykstra: Year in review — Measuring the US government’s 2018 footprint ... on Mother Nature’s throat

The year saw President Donald Trump's promised multi-front assault on environmental values, regulations and science bear some toxic fruit.

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It’s time to face the inescapable truth: We’re running out of time on climate change

The transition away from fossil fuels will be difficult. But it is essential for our planet’s survival.
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A record-breaking number of STEM candidates ran for office this year

More than 450 candidates with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and math ran — or are still running — for federal, state, and local office this midterm election.

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What if the GOP sweeps?

Most polls and political pundits envision a Democratic-controlled House next year. They've been wrong before.
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Toxics

India produced 2 million tonnes of e-waste in 2016

India has one of the fastest growing electronics industries in the world, and its e-waste production is likely to touch three million tonnes in 2018.
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Editorial: Bicycling is having a moment—let’s use it to make riding more safe and inclusive

As we celebrate a World Bicycle Day like no other, can the U.S. keep the momentum and attention the coronavirus pandemic has brought to bicycling?

Coronavirus, the environment, and you

How the spread of the deadly virus is impacted by climate change, the environment, and our lifestyles.

Climate change creates camouflage confusion in winter-adapted wildlife

Twenty-one species molt from brown to white to survive the winter season. But climate change has created a mismatch between their snowy camouflage and surroundings.

They blinded us with SCIENCE!

From climate change to COVID-19, even the clearest warnings from scientists can misfire with millions of Americans. Pop culture may be a big reason why.

Cutting edge of science

An exclusive look at important research just over the horizon that promises to impact our health and the environment

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