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In the cool clean air of the changing season, at a remote estate in the forested hills of Wisconsin, some of the world's foremost climate scientists
Climate scientist Meredith Nettles bumps off the Richter scale when it comes to new findings in glacial research. She spends a week at a time living
Climate science pioneer Wallace. Broecker joins the discussion during a a retreat of scientists at the Comer Foundation conference this fall. Climate scientist Wallace Broecker, the man credited
While Chicagoans shiver through some of the coldest weather in years, climate scientists continue to report global temperature increases. Through their layers of scarves many
University of Chicago climate scientist Raymond Pierrehumbert says that humans have moved well beyond the natural swings of global warming in the environment. We have "shocked
In an unassuming building on the outskirts of Tucson, a close-knit team of innovators have developed a prototype machine that might one day be hailed
If the past 2,000 years are any guide, California could dry out significantly, with or without global warming.  But global warming isn’t helping.
When Stephanie Comer sailed the Northwest Passage through the Arctic Ocean in 2001 with her father, Lands’ End founder Gary Comer, and her 8-month-old daughter


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