In The Media

Featured Articles (2024)

How to Avoid Food Systems Collapse
The New Republic | April 4, 2024
Climate Change and the Built Environment
Adapt (podcast) | January 31, 2024
How to enforce climate agreements with trade measures
Project Syndicate | January 28, 2024
How AI Can Help the Global Water Crisis
ABC News | January 22, 2024
Why you should buy everything used
Washington Post | January 22, 2024
Prepare for a 'Gray Swan' Climate
The Atlantic | January 21, 2024
First Extraterrestrial Archive Opens at Columbia
Columbia Magazine | January 15, 2024
How to Feed the World Sustainably
Time | January 14, 2024

Media Archive

Winter blackouts more likely as NYC climate goals force shift to electrical heat
Gothamist | December 21, 2023

Food Systems Must Change, and Change Must Be Measured
Food Tank | December 20, 2023

Volcano Near Iceland’s Grindavik Erupts After Series of Earthquakes
Wall Street Journal | December 19, 2023

What Does A Sustainability Certification Really Mean?
Forbes | December 18, 2023

Downright Inhumane': Maui Victims Plea for Aid After Fires Charred Homes, Lives, History
USA Today | December 18, 2023

The climate clues buried under Greenland’s ice sheet
Washington Post | December 15, 2023

Food Systems is "a really interesting, exciting and frustrating space to work in"
Thin Ink | December 15, 2023

Scientists drilled through 500 metres of Greenland’s ice - here’s what they found at the bottom
Nature | December 14, 2023

The History of CO2 in the Earth Atmosphere and its impact on Climate
PDIE | December 13, 2023

Tips on Buying Sustainable Gifts
NBC News | December 12, 2023

Carbon Dioxide Levels Hit a New HIgh
USA Today | December 9, 2023

Call to Action': CO2 Now at Levels Not Seen in 14 Million Years
Common Dreams | December 8, 2023

Current Carbon Dioxide Levels Last Seen 14 Million Years Ago
Agence France-Presse | December 7, 2023

Analysis of ancient carbon dioxide levels paints troubling picture of Earth’s future climate
Courthouse News | December 7, 2023

Ancient climate analysis suggests CO2 causes more warming than thought
New Scientist (UK) | December 7, 2023

Drones and AI Could Locate Land Mines in Ukraine
Scientific American | December 1, 2023

Mud libraries hold the story of the Earth’s climate past — and foretell its future
Vox | November 26, 2023

How we feed the 9 million people on our warming planet
Geographical (UK) | November 16, 2023

Climate Change Is Only Part of the Problem. Don’t Forget Where (And the Way) We Live
The Messenger | November 15, 2023

The Godfather of Climate Science Turns Up the Heat
New York Times | November 8, 2023

New York’s Metro-North Is an Economic Mudslide Waiting to Happen
Bloomberg | November 7, 2023

Ecosystems as Infrastructure: A New Way of Looking at Climate Resilience
Yale e360 | November 7, 2023

Geology Rocks! A Central Park field trip.
Columbia College Today | November 7, 2023

Living in a Neighborhood That Floods, Rain or Shine
New York Times | November 4, 2023

James Hansen's New Climate Warning and Controversial Plan to Cool the Planet
Newsweek | November 3, 2023

New study warns climate is warming even faster than some think
Axios | November 2, 2023

Experts underestimate how fast Earth is warming, top climate scientist says in new study
USA Today | November 2, 2023

Global heating is accelerating, warns scientist who sounded climate alarm in the 80s
Guardian (UK) | November 2, 2023

New Study Warns of an Imminent Spike of Planetary Warming and Deepens Divides Among Climate Scientists
Inside Climate News | November 2, 2023

35 Years After Addressing Congress, James Hansen Still Has Climate Warnings
New York Times | November 2, 2023

Hurricane Otis’ explosive intensification is a symptom of the climate crisis, scientists say
CNN | October 25, 2023

"Impossible" Rocks Have Been Found On The Volcanic Island Of Anjouan
IFL Science | October 19, 2023

Making Crops More Resilient to Climate Change
Weather Channel | October 19, 2023

Will the Earth Breach Its 1.5C Guardrail Sooner Than We Thought?
The Guardian | October 18, 2023

A Climate Scientist Reviews Autumn in New York
Columbia Magazine | October 17, 2023

Creating a ‘Digital Commons’ to Harness Data for Africa’s Urban Transport Systems
CityFix | October 17, 2023

Róisín Commane sleuths out greenhouse gas leaks to fight climate change
Science News | October 17, 2023

More than half of Miami-Dade residents may be displaced by sea level rise
Earth.com | October 16, 2023

More than 1M people in Miami area face ‘climate gentrification’ — study
ClimateWire | October 16, 2023

NYC, NJ flooding could unleash hazardous chemicals at these sites
WNYC | October 12, 2023

How much are volcanoes to blame for climate change? Far less than humans, experts say
Salon | October 12, 2023

The reality of climate-induced relocation in Rwanda
Yale Climate Connections | October 10, 2023

It's Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Getting Hotter.
The New York Times | October 7, 2023

The Tension in Climate Science Between Mitigation and Adaptation
Time | October 3, 2023

State Comptroller Report Faults MTA for Lack of Climate Change Plans
The City | October 2, 2023

In the Big City, Wildlife Researchers Are on the Prowl
New York Times | October 2, 2023

What a ‘super’ El Niño could mean for winter weather in each U.S. region
Washington Post | September 29, 2023

Why New York City Keeps Flooding
New York Times | September 29, 2023

Climate change is bringing more rain to New York, and the city is not ready.
NewYork Times | September 29, 2023

Climate change and NYC: Historic rains buckle city's infrastructure, again
NBC News | September 29, 2023

Why New York City Needs to ‘Fail More Gracefully’
Heat Map | September 29, 2023

Journalism School announces first climate-scientist-in-residence
Columbia Spectator | September 27, 2023

Opinion: Why we’re seeing so many deadly floods
CNN | September 21, 2023

Our Vocabulary Is Adapting to a Hotter Planet
Time | September 21, 2023

Environmental conservation in Brazil: more investments, fewer ‘stupid decisions’
The Verge | September 21, 2023

Columbia Climate School professor explains the threats of climate change
ABC 7 NY | September 20, 2023

We Must Win the Race to Net Zero
Time | September 20, 2023

Open Up, Columbia
Columbia Spectator | September 18, 2023

Luck or geography? WFLA-Columbia project explores why it’s rare for major hurricanes to directly hit Tampa Bay
WFLA Tampa | September 14, 2023

WFLA-Columbia University Hurricane Study
WFLA | September 14, 2023

Saluting Marie Tharp, the Trailblazing Scientist Whose Maps Shook the World
Columbia Magazine | September 11, 2023

Cities are advertising themselves as ‘climate havens.’ Experts say there’s no such thing
The Hill | September 7, 2023

Tennis ball wasteland? Game grapples with a fuzzy yellow recycling problem
Associated Press | September 6, 2023

The dynamics and changes of the world’s monsoons
Physics Today | September 5, 2023

What Do Climate Scientists Tell Their Kids about the Future?
Scientific American | September 4, 2023

What Arctic ice tells us about climate change
Washington Post | August 29, 2023

Landscape architect Kate Orff shares visionary goal of nature-based infrastructure
PBS | August 29, 2023

We're all Maui': Climate change tests emergency alert systems across US
Reuters | August 26, 2023

Buried Under the Ice: Scientists Drill Into Greenland's Ancient Rocks
Washington Post | August 25, 2023

The Secrets of Black Rock Forest
Columbia Magazine | August 23, 2023

Gauging the success of climate change adaptation
Carbon Brief | August 21, 2023

Climate mitigation alone doesn’t address extreme events: Just ask Vermont
The Hill | August 17, 2023

Climate Change Was on Trial in Montana
New York Times | August 15, 2023

A deep red state just delivered a huge win for climate justice
MSNBC | August 15, 2023

Judge rules in favor of Montana youths in landmark climate decision
Washington Post | August 14, 2023

El Niño is a harsh reminder that trade is essential for disaster planning
The Hill | August 8, 2023

Americans Flock to Areas With Harshest Climate Change Effects
Nerd Wallet | August 8, 2023

Opinion |Behind All the Talk, This Is What Big Oil Is Actually Doing
The New York Times | August 7, 2023

Climate lawsuits are rising around the world, a UN report shows
Vox | July 27, 2023

Why sucking CO2 out of the atmosphere can’t undo all the effects of climate change
The Verge | July 26, 2023

What’s in the Subway Water that Drips on Our Heads?
Curbed | July 25, 2023

The "heat island effect" traps cities in domes of extreme temperatures. Experts only expect it to get worse.
CBS News | July 25, 2023

July Likely To Be Warmest Month On Record: NASA Scientist
International Business Times (U.S.) | July 21, 2023

Explore 200 million years of history in the shadow of New York City
National Geographic | July 20, 2023

At a Manhattan Park With a Troubled History, a Promising Research Site
New York Times | July 20, 2023

The "new abnormal": The rise of extreme flooding, briefly explained
Vox | July 11, 2023

How climate change drives hotter, more frequent heat waves
Grist | July 11, 2023

Can U.S. roads handle increasingly extreme weather?
CBS News | July 11, 2023

The Eurasian boreal forest may not be ready for future heat waves
Earth & Environmental Sciences | July 10, 2023

Could an Industrial Civilization Have Predated Humans on Earth?
Nautilus | July 10, 2023

What's Actually Below the Polar Ice?
IFL Science | July 7, 2023

Scientists Raise Alarm Over Risk of 'Synchronized' Global Crop Failures
Vice News | July 6, 2023

Climate models underestimate food security risk from ‘compound’ extreme weather
Carbon Brief | July 5, 2023

Mumbai’s climate risk high, governments should reconsider coastal infrastructure projects
Scroll (India) | July 4, 2023

All Aboard STEMSEAS for Career Exploration
Inside Higher Ed | July 3, 2023

How Can WeDecarbonize Copper and Nickel Mining?
Popular Science | June 27, 2023

Why most Americans no longer consider themselves environmentalists
The Hill | June 26, 2023

Deep-Sea Mining for Battery Minerals
BBC News | June 26, 2023

How to find trustworthy repair help for your busted iPhone or TV set
Washington Post | June 23, 2023

Climate Sellout? No, Biden is the Best Environmental President
The Messenger | June 22, 2023

Net-Zero Pledges ‘Largely Meaningless’ as Oil Companies Sell Off Assets that Keep On Emitting
Energy Mix | June 13, 2023

Talking to an Air-Quality Expert About That Haze
Curbed | June 6, 2023

Hundreds of US localities restrict renewables siting
Utility Dive | June 5, 2023

How can cities turn the opportunities of the Inflation Reduction Act into real results?
Fast Company | June 3, 2023

Rising hurricane severity could exacerbate inequalities
News Nation | June 1, 2023

‘Safe and just’ climate boundary has already been breached, says contested study
Carbon Brief | May 31, 2023

The "Impossible" Rocks Found On Top Of A Volcanic Island
IFL Science | May 30, 2023

New York City Is Sinking under Its Own Weight
Scientific American | May 26, 2023

The Carrot or the Stick: Which Inspires Business to Be More Sustainable?
Triple Pundit | May 25, 2023

NYC Is Sinking. Turn It Into a Modern Venice, Says Scientist.
New York Post | May 23, 2023

Why You Should Buy Everything Used
Washington Post | May 23, 2023

How We CanRealistically Get to 'Carbon Zero' - Fast
Forbes | May 22, 2023

What a lifetime of predicting climate’s impact on food has revealed
Devex | May 17, 2023

Cutting Power Plant Emissions
WNYC (New York, NY) | May 16, 2023

More Frequent Dust Storms Could Be in Our Future
Scientific American | May 10, 2023

Two Months After News About Indoor Air Pollution in Gowanus Canal Area, Questions Linger
Brooklyn Magazine | May 10, 2023

We Must Map the Oceans
NOAA Ocean Exploration | May 10, 2023

The Incredible Environmental Benefits of NYC Trees
Columbia Magazine | May 4, 2023

In the Pacific Northwest, 2021 Was the Hottest Year in a Millennium
Eos | May 2, 2023

Dangerous and dirty - but cheap - used cars exported from the US and Europe are filling roads in Africa
The Conversation | April 27, 2023

Chasing Carbon Zero
PBS | April 26, 2023

The 100th Meridian Is Moving East. Here's Why That Matters
The Cooldown | April 26, 2023

Food Production Could Add 1°C of Global Warming by 2100
Eos | April 25, 2023

A mystery in the Pacific is complicating climate projections » Yale Climate Connections
Yale Climate Connections with Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz | April 24, 2023

How To Shop For Refurbished Gear From Apple, KitchenAid And More
Forbes | April 21, 2023

Everything you really need to know about shopping secondhand online
CNN | April 17, 2023

NASA's Gavin Schmidt Talks Climate Change
KPCW | April 16, 2023

The summer of 2021 was the Pacific Northwest’s hottest in a millennium
Science News | April 14, 2023

How Americans Can Tackle Political Division Together
Time | April 13, 2023

Scientist Ruth deFries on deforestation: There isn’t one driver, there’s a different context in different places
Mongabay | April 7, 2023

Northwest's Hottest Summer in 1,000 Years Revealed by Tree Rings
KUOW | March 29, 2023

Sea levels are rising — and it's going to get worse. Here's how some communities are adapting
CBS News | March 28, 2023

Tree rings confirm the historic significance of 2021 heat wave
Earth.com | March 27, 2023

Congress should step in to advance ocean climate solutions
The Hill | March 27, 2023

Breaking Down the Latest UN Climate Report
NY1 | March 25, 2023

New UN Report Suggests Climate Change Will Be Deadly
Weather Channel | March 22, 2023

The Food System and Climate Change
Table For Two | March 21, 2023

New IPCC Report Shows 'Climate Time Bomb Is Ticking'
Inside Climate News | March 20, 2023

What to Know About Giant Mats of Seaweed
PBS Newshour | March 19, 2023

How El Nino May Test the Limits of Our Climate Knowledge
Time | March 18, 2023

PolitiFact - Statue of Liberty photos don’t tell the story of rising sea levels in New York
PolitiFact | March 14, 2023

Stripping Confederate Ties, the U.S. Navy Renames Two Vessels
New York Times | March 11, 2023

Greenland Temperatures Surge Up to 50 Degrees Above Normal, Setting Records
Washington Post | March 7, 2023

The Paris Agreement Will Fail Without Slashing Emissions From Meat amd Dairy, Researchers Say
Inside Climate News | March 7, 2023

The Food We Eat Is Destroying the Climate System. Here's How to Fix It.
The Verge | March 6, 2023

Why North Dakota is preparing to sue Minnesota over clean energy
Grist | March 2, 2023

Extreme Heat Is a Health Crisis, Columbia Experts Say
Associated Press | February 28, 2023

Geoengineering Research Flights Are a Good Federal Investment
Washington Post | February 22, 2023

The Most Important Rock in the World That No One Has Heard Of
Youtube | February 22, 2023

Finding Climate History in the Rafters of New York City Buildings
Eos | February 22, 2023

Ghana Wants Fewer Polluting Old Cars. But It's Going About It the Wrong Way
AllAfrica | February 21, 2023

WhyWeather May Be a Missing Link in Flu Prediction
The Washington Post | February 18, 2023

How Can You Shop Sustainably? We Asked Experts.
CNN | February 17, 2023

An Ancient New Jersey Forest Is Threatened by Sea-Level Rise
NJ Spotlight News | February 14, 2023

Disturbance: How Doomsday Experiments Shook Ecologists' Faith in Self-Healing Nature
Aeon | February 13, 2023

The Science Behind the Turkey Earthquakes
Wall Street Journal | February 10, 2023

Turkey Earthquake Highlights Dangers of 'Seismic Gaps' Around the World
Washington Post | February 9, 2023

Here's what we know about what caused the Turkey earthquake
NPR | February 7, 2023

Powerful "Atmospheric River" Storms Are Slowing Arctic Sea Ice Recovery
IFL Science | February 6, 2023

New York Could Be One of the World's Greenest Cities, But It Won't Be Easy
New York Times | February 6, 2023

How Does Climate Change Threaten Global Food Production?
Climate Context | February 3, 2023

Drowning in Seaweed: How to Stop Invasive Sargassum
Nature Video | February 1, 2023

The Socioeconomic Impacts of Floods
Weather Geeks | January 25, 2023

Earth's Inner Core Seems to Be Slowing Its Spin
Washington Post | January 23, 2023

Earth's Temperature Could Near Danger Point With Return of El Nino
Washington Post | January 19, 2023

Study Shows New York’s Greenery Helps Offset Carbon Emissions
NY1 | January 19, 2023

How New York City's Trees and Shrubs Help Clear Its Air
New York Times | January 18, 2023

Why We Need to Rethink Energy Security in the Transition to Net-Zero
World Economic Forum | January 17, 2023

The War in Ukraine Upended Energy Markets. What Does That Mean for the Climate?
The New York Times | January 14, 2023

2022 tied as fifth-warmest on record: NASA
The Hill | January 12, 2023

The Costs of Heat
PBS Newshour | January 11, 2023

The U.S. passed a historic climate deal this year — here's a recap of what's in the bill
CNBC | December 30, 2022

Fossil Fuel Funding Fudges Climate Research
TreeHugger | December 29, 2022

Congress Should Investigate ‘Gain-of-Function’ Research | RealClearPolitics
RealClear Politics | December 29, 2022

Global warming myths, disinformation and lies circulated in 2022
USA Today | December 29, 2022

Mint Explainer: El Nino is coming; are we ready?
Mint | December 28, 2022

Marie Tharp pioneered mapping the bottom of the ocean 6 decades ago
Yahoo News | December 27, 2022

Are the sanctions against Russia working?
KPCC-FM (Pasadena, CA) | December 27, 2022

A Christmas 'Trees Special': A Year of #BLTrees, Part 2 | The Brian Lehrer Show | WNYC
WNYC (New York, NY) | December 26, 2022

Earth Is Not Proven Flat by 'Massive Underwater Wall'
Lead Stories | December 22, 2022

How NIMBYism is driving energy prices higher in the U.S.
Time | December 22, 2022

Communities like mine won't survive:' Queens residents battle monthly floods as sea levels rise, storms worsen
CNBC | December 22, 2022

The EPA’s “social cost of carbon” and the tricky business of putting a dollar value on a human life
Vox | December 22, 2022

A Cathedral Tried to Approach Heaven, But the Earth Held a Deep Secret
New York Times | December 22, 2022

The Deep: Exploring Earth's Last Frontier
World Science Festival | December 22, 2022

Drilling Into Greenland's Past
AGU TV | December 22, 2022

Coyotes and Other Wild Animals Move Into New York City
Columbia Magazine | December 22, 2022

Threatened by Sea Level Rise, This New Jersey Town is Taking Matters Into Its Own Hands
Time | December 21, 2022

Has green hydrogen sprung a leak?
Reuters | December 21, 2022

A new era for nuclear energy post Inflation Reduction Act
Reuters | December 21, 2022

As LNG exports soar, a Florida community fights a proposed terminal
Yahoo News | December 21, 2022

The Climate Changed Fast This Year, and Institutions Responded
The New Yorker | December 20, 2022

2022: How Fossil Fuel Demand Caused an Energy Crisis
Foreign Policy Magazine | December 20, 2022

U.S. Energy Emissions Set to Rise for Second Straight Year
Scientific American | December 19, 2022

La vue de Montreal: Biodiversity gets its moment at COP15
GreenBiz | December 19, 2022

American hunger crisis deepens with extreme winter weather
Axios | December 19, 2022

The first climate change candidate: Inside Al Gore's oddly prescient 1988 presidential run
Salon | December 18, 2022

Sam Mewis: Climate change, player safety and the 2026 World Cup
The Athletic | December 18, 2022

Climate Change and the Parks
National Parks Traveler | December 18, 2022

With Major Prize, a Project to Turn Carbon Emissions to Stone Gains Momentum
Environmental News Network | December 16, 2022

Biden begins to refill Strategic Petroleum Reserve, while Keystone Pipeline leak prompts new emergency exchange
CNN | December 16, 2022

What's Wrong With These Climate Models?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | December 16, 2022

Unpleasant Weather Brings Out Unpleasant Emotions on Social Media
The Verge | December 16, 2022

Bad Weather Affecting the Tone of Your Tweets?
Livemint (India) | December 16, 2022

Extreme Weather Leads to More Negative Tweets, Study Finds
Engadget | December 16, 2022

Rising climate costs will be a challenge in 2023
Yahoo News | December 15, 2022

Florida’s Imperial River is Rising, Causing Problems for Surrounding Communities
Green Matters | December 15, 2022

Fact Check-‘Catastrophic Contagion’ video is fictional and does not support claims about pandemic preparedness exercises
Reuters | December 15, 2022

Wastewater can predict COVID-19 surges, but NYC’s data remains hard to find
Gothamist | December 15, 2022

Rising climate costs to challenge countries, companies in 2023
Reuters | December 14, 2022

50 years ago, one space mission crushed hopes for life around Earth's twin planet
Inverse | December 14, 2022

The Surprising Reasons Parts of the Earth Are Warming More Slowly
Washington Post | December 14, 2022

Experts call on global efforts to strengthen cooperation
China Daily | December 13, 2022

Hawaiian volcanoes suddenly go quiet, but scientists don't know exactly why
The Washington Post | December 13, 2022

Tempted to joke about global warming amid a blizzard? Here's what experts say about that.
USA Today | December 13, 2022

We have 'ignition': Fusion breakthrough draws energy gain
NBC News | December 13, 2022

Global solidarity urged to tackle major challenges
China Daily | December 12, 2022

One year after a deadly tornado, Kentucky town offers lessons in disaster recovery
Scripps National News | December 11, 2022

Humanity Is A Weapon Of Mass Extinction, Says António Guterres At COP 15
CleanTechnica | December 11, 2022

Delan Devakumar: redressing racism and discrimination in health
The Lancet | December 10, 2022

A less-mighty Mississippi? Drought poses test for managing key river.
Christian Science Monitor | December 9, 2022

Long-delayed project to convert compost, waste into gas for NYC homes slated to launch in January
Gothamist | December 9, 2022

Renewables Are on Pace to Beat Coal as the Largest Power Source by 2025
Scientific American | December 8, 2022

Can the world save a million species from extinction?
Nature | December 8, 2022

Utah dismisses youth climate case. But it’s not over.
High Country News | December 8, 2022

Fate of the Living World' Will Be Decided at Biodiversity Conference
Guardian | December 7, 2022

Hawaii's Mauna Loa and Kilauea volcanoes keep spewing lava with no end in sight. Here's what could happen next
CNN | December 7, 2022

The Point: COVID-19 in China
The Global Herald, CGTN | December 7, 2022

State of the climate: 2022 is currently tied for fourth warmest year on record
Carbon Brief | December 7, 2022

2 reasons why social design projects fail
Big Think | December 7, 2022

All You Need to Know About Dinosaurs
Science Focus | December 7, 2022

Oil and Coal Production Making a Comeback on International Markets
Medium | December 6, 2022

Gulf states, looking East, to reinforce economic ties with China as Xi visits Saudi
Reuters | December 6, 2022

For A Brief Moment Today, 90 Percent Of Humanity Will Be Engulfed In Darkness
IFL Science | December 6, 2022

Globe editorial: Mapping the future of Canadian oil in a net zero world
The Globe and Mail | December 6, 2022

Measures Aimed at Decreasing Russia's Oil Income Take Effect
The New York Times | December 6, 2022

For a sweltering petrostate, a 'carbon neutral' World Cup is a challenge
The Washington Post | December 6, 2022

Delegation of faculty attend U.N. COP27 Climate Change Conference. Quotes Lisa Dale, Kristina Douglass, Robbie Parks.
Columbia Spectator | December 6, 2022

A Mediator's Guide to Peace in Ukraine
Common Dreams | December 6, 2022

A Negotiated End to Fighting in Ukraine Is the Only Way to End the Bloodshed
Democracy Now | December 6, 2022

An E.U. embargo of Russian oil and the G7’s price cap take effect.
The New York Times | December 5, 2022

The United Nations Promise of Peace - Also In Ukraine
CounterPunch | December 5, 2022

CNN.com - Transcripts
CNN | December 5, 2022

Opinion: The incredible power of a blank page
CNN | December 4, 2022

With Mauna Loa's Eruption, a Rare Glimpse Into Earth
New York Times | December 4, 2022

I'm a Volcanologist. Here's What Mauna Loa Will Teach Us.
CNN | December 3, 2022

Humans Could Have Arrived in Southern Europe Earlier Than Fossils and Stone Tools Suggest
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | December 3, 2022

Addressing Climate Change Will Not 'Save the Planet'
The Intercept | December 3, 2022

A moment of global darkness on December 6
EarthSky | December 2, 2022

How EPA beat the White House on estimating climate damage
E&E News | December 2, 2022

Carbon Dioxide Measurements Interrupted by Volcanic Eruption
The New York Times | December 2, 2022

Opinion | Europe Is Wrong to Blame the U.S. for Its Energy Problems
The New York Times | December 2, 2022

Mauna Loa Eruption Threatens a Famous Climate Record
New York Times | December 2, 2022

Country Not at Risk of Major Earthquake, Expert Says
Daily Star (Bangladesh) | December 2, 2022

A study offers new insights into the record 2021 Western North America heat wave: Combined unusual weather systems, supercharged by climate change
ScienceDaily | November 30, 2022

Fossil-Fuel Funded Opposition Is Blocking America’s Clean Energy Transition. Permitting Reform Can Help.
Forbes | November 30, 2022

Lessons from the World Cup: How a changing climate is changing sports
Grist | November 30, 2022

Possible rail strike could send shockwaves through energy industry
The Hill | November 30, 2022

EU Is Hooked on Russia LNG and Paying Billions to Keep It Coming
Bloomberg News | November 30, 2022

Climate Change Caused Last Summer's Heat Dome--And Extreme Weather Will Only Get More Likely, Says Study
Georgia Straight (Canada) | November 30, 2022

Energy CEO says markets should brace for 'one or two years of extreme volatility'
Fortune | November 29, 2022

Rare Northwest Heat Wave Gets New Name: 'Gray Swan'
ClimateWire | November 29, 2022

U.S. gives Chevron temporary approval to pump oil in Venezuela
Yahoo News | November 28, 2022

The 2021 Pacific Northwest heat wave was a harbinger of what's to come, study finds
Axios | November 28, 2022

This nonprofits helps old building materials find new homes
Christian Science Monitor | November 28, 2022

Predicting the Earthquake That Could Wreck New York
The New Yorker | November 28, 2022

Energy Transition Will Be ‘Very, Very Rough’ If Governments and Business Can’t Get on Same Page
Marketwatch | November 27, 2022

A New Study Reveals the Back Story of the Deadly 2021 Western North America Heat Dome
Daily Kos | November 27, 2022

Climate Change Could Make Rare Heat Waves Increasingly Common by 2050
KJZZ | November 27, 2022

2021 Western North America Heat Wave Had Multiple Causes, Including Climate Change
Courthouse News | November 26, 2022

EU Talks on G-7’s Price Cap for Russian Oil Stall but Deal Still Seen Likely
The Wall Street Journal | November 25, 2022

Revisiting the Goals of Sustainable Development
CounterPunch | November 25, 2022

Weather Systems Supercharged by Climate Change
AZO Cleantech | November 25, 2022

49.6 in Canada? It Could Happen Every 10 Years
Rinnovabili (Italy) | November 25, 2022

Clean Energy Will Also Pollute: The Secret Is to Go Fast
EPE (Spain) | November 25, 2022

El Nino or Neutra Phase LIkely in 2023; Transition May Lead to Monsoon Deficit
Down to Earth | November 25, 2022

What Caused the 2021 Heat Wave in Western North America?
Earth | November 25, 2022

Climate Change Is Increasing the Frequency and Temperature of Heat Waves
Los Angeles Times | November 24, 2022

We Can Now Blame Western Canda's Deadly Heat Dome on Climate Change
Toronto Star (Canada) | November 24, 2022

A Study Offers New Insight Into the 2021 Heat Wave in Western North America
Canada Today | November 24, 2022

Dust transport in the upper levels of the atmosphere
ScienceDaily | November 23, 2022

The Primary Victims of Toxic Drinking Water
Columbia Magazine | November 23, 2022

Google celebrates Mexican American actress Myrtle Gonzalez with a Doodle
United Press International (UPI) | November 23, 2022

What it means to designate Russia as a sponsor of terrorism, and why the U.S.A should take this decisive step
Yahoo News | November 23, 2022

Black Scientists on the Rise as NOAA Steps Up Recruiting
ClimateWire | November 23, 2022

Where Are All the Nuclear Bunkers?
Newsweek | November 22, 2022

From Temperate World to Acidic Hothouse: How Massive Volcanism May Have Altered Venus’ Climate
SciTechDaily | November 22, 2022

Building Green Energy Facilitiews May Emit Substantial Amounts of Carbon
Environmental News Network | November 22, 2022

Transition to Clean Energy Will Lead to Notable Carbon Emissions, First-of-Its-Kind Study Says
ABP Live | November 22, 2022

How Much Do You Have to Emit to Not Emit?
Kopalniawiedzy (Poland) | November 22, 2022

Greenhouse Gases Are Emitted Even in Activities to Reduce Greenhouse Gases
Hani (South Korea) | November 22, 2022

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BBC | November 21, 2022

Are We Entering The Golden Age Of Climate Modeling?
AGU's Eos | November 21, 2022

Google Doodle honors groundbreaking scientist Marie Tharp
United Press International (UPI) | November 21, 2022

COP27 yielded a historic climate fund. COP28 must do more, experts say
The Washington Post | November 21, 2022

Google Celebrates Life of Marie Tharp With Interactive Doodle
Times of India | November 21, 2022

Who Is Marie Tharp? Google Celebrates Creator of the ‘World Ocean Floor Map’
Newsweek | November 21, 2022

Google Launches Doodle to Remember Cartographer Marie Tharp
La Republica | November 21, 2022

Who Was Marie Tharp, Ocean Floor Mapmaker?
Opoyi (India) | November 21, 2022

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Al Bababa (Dubai) | November 21, 2022

Marie Tharp: Google Remembers the American Geologist With a Doodle
Enikos (Greece) | November 21, 2022

A Climate Scientist’s Personal Reckoning
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | November 21, 2022

Google Doodle Celebrates Marie Tharp. Who Was She?
MM News (Pakistan) | November 21, 2022

Marie Tharp Created the First Seafloor Map. Her Ideas Were at First Considered ‘Girl Talk’
Stern (Germany) | November 21, 2022

Google Remembers Cartographer Marie Tharp With an Interactive Doodle
Noticia al Dia (Venezuela) | November 21, 2022

Google Pays Tribute to American Geologist Marie Tharp
The Hindu (India) | November 21, 2022

Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Geologist Marie Tharp, Who Helped Prove Plate Tectonics
Forbes | November 21, 2022

Google Doodle Celebrates Life of American Geologist and Oceanographic Cartographer
Devdi Discourse (India) | November 21, 2022

Marie Tharp: Why Google Is Celebrating the US Geologist Who Discovered the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
iNews (UK) | November 21, 2022

Google’s doodle features narrated slideshow on the Lamont scientist
Republic World (India) | November 21, 2022

Speeding Up Clean Energy Buildout Could Lessen the Impacts of Related Emissions: Study
The Hill | November 21, 2022

Faster Move to Renewables Would Cut the Emissions of Building Green Infrastructure
Engineering & Technology | November 21, 2022

How We Can Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Renewables
MDR (Germany) | November 21, 2022

CO2 Emissions of the Energy Transition Quantified
Wissenschaft (Germany) | November 21, 2022

The Ecological Transition Will Cost 185 Billion Tons of Carbon
Bluewin (Switzerland) | November 21, 2022

Celebrating Marie Tharp
Google | November 21, 2022

Transitioning to Green Energy Could Produce More Harmful Carbon Emissions
Innovation News Network | November 21, 2022

Implementing Green Energy Will Generate Substantial Emissions
EuropaPress | November 21, 2022

Instead of Banning Plastic Bags, Let's Invest in Making Them Biodegradable
Colorado Sun | November 21, 2022

How Many Emissions Will Green Energy Produce?
Scienexx (Germany) | November 21, 2022

World Cup Warming Up
Climate Central | November 21, 2022

How to Prepare for Tense Thanksgiving Dinner Conversations
PBS Newshour | November 21, 2022

Building Renewables Emits Carbon. Building Them Faster Emits Far Less.
PV Magazine | November 21, 2022

Massive Volcanism May Have Transformed Venus In ‘Earth’s Evil Twin’
Forbes | November 19, 2022

The Global Debate: 8 Billion & Counting
Sansad TV | November 19, 2022

Hoover Dam Brings Electricity to 1.3 Million-It's At Risk of Shutting Down
Newsweek | November 18, 2022

Greenland is Worse Than Ever, Much Worse
CounterPunch | November 18, 2022

Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Open House
Rockland Journal News | November 18, 2022

Stronger Rains in Warmer Climate Could Lessen Damage to Crops, Says Study
Crop For Life | November 18, 2022

How The War in Ukraine Will Shape The Future with Irwin Redlener
StarTalk | November 18, 2022

A Nation in the Crosshairs of Climate Change Is Ready to Get Rich on Oil
Bloomberg | November 18, 2022

Climate Change Debate: Bjørn Lomborg and Andrew Revkin
Lex Fridman Podcast | November 18, 2022

Detecting Smaller Earthquakes Could Improve Forecasting of Larger Ones
Temblor | November 18, 2022

Diesel fuels costs climb, reaching a new premium over gasoline
CBS News | November 17, 2022

There's a $15 Solution to the US-Saudi Oil Feud
The Washington Post | November 17, 2022

Where European Energy Infrastructure Is Vulnerable to Attack
Bloomberg News | November 17, 2022

Africa: World Population Reaches 8 Billion
AllAfrica | November 17, 2022

Brazilian Agriculture Will Have to Respect Ecology. Otherwise, It Will Lose Market.
Estado Agencia | November 17, 2022

Could a Living Wall of Oysters Protect New York City Against Future Sea-Level Rise?
Channel News Asia | November 17, 2022

It’s Crucial for the U.S. to Figure Out How Much Carbon Emissions Are Costing All of Us
Time | November 17, 2022

Live near a dam? It could be crumbling, threatening homes and lives as heavy rains increase
Yahoo News | November 16, 2022

How Colombia plans to keep its fossil fuels in the ground
BBC | November 16, 2022

The Grim Omen From the Midterms Democrats Are Not Talking About
Newsweek | November 16, 2022

Most US coastlines could see average sea level rise of ONE foot by 2050, new NASA study reveals
Daily Mail | November 16, 2022

La. legal showdown may preview national battle over hydrogen
E&E News | November 16, 2022

Soccer in a Warming World conference connects sports and climate change
Columbia Spectator | November 16, 2022

Trump launches presidential run with climate fallacies
E&E News | November 16, 2022

West Africa: UN Warns of Worsening Conflict and Displacement in Sahel Without Immediate Climate Action
AllAfrica | November 16, 2022

The Grim Omen From the Midterms That Democrats Are Not Talking About
Newsweek | November 16, 2022

Oil and gas industry presence looms over U.N. COP27 climate talks
Grid | November 15, 2022

Humanity hits the eight billion mark
The Jakarta Post | November 15, 2022

Europe’s energy crisis demands ‘vaccination-style’ government support for citizens, according to a major UK energy supplier
Fortune | November 14, 2022

U.S.-China relations: There's been 'too much U.S. unilateralism,' says professor
CNBC | November 13, 2022

How to talk politics at the Thanksgiving dinner table
Spectrum News NY1 | November 13, 2022

How Oil & Gas Funding Distorts Energy Research
Yahoo News | November 11, 2022

Gulf Arab states can't give up oil. But they can slash their emissions
CNN | November 11, 2022

What the midterm results mean for ESG investing
E&E News | November 11, 2022

The climate solutions at COP27
The Washington Post | November 11, 2022

US Finds Others Aligned Against It in Saudi-Sparked Oil Row
Bloomberg News | November 11, 2022

As COP27 Gets Underway, Aussie Insurance Execs Care Less About Extreme Weather Risks
Insurance Business | November 11, 2022

The Six Tips That Could Save Your Life if a Nuclear Bomb Went Off
Newsweek | November 10, 2022

In Ohio, one man’s quest to get more voters to agree to disagree
Christian Science Monitor | November 10, 2022

COP27 climate talks: Money is increasingly central to climate negotiations
Grid | November 10, 2022

Mikhail Khodorkovsky says now is no time to push for peace talks in Ukraine
The Economist | November 10, 2022

Gaia and the Climate Emergency
Medium | November 10, 2022

This Is the Best and Worst Toilet Paper for the Planet
Yahoo News | November 10, 2022

Tropical cyclones act as 'massive heat pumps' that fuel extreme heat
ScienceDaily | November 9, 2022

Europe still can't live without this Russian energy export | CNN Business
CNN | November 9, 2022

Draft report offers starkest view yet of US climate threats; Effects are called 'far-reaching,' and getting worse
The New York Times | November 9, 2022

OPEC+ Cuts That Steadied Market Now Bring Risk of $100 Crude
Bloomberg News | November 8, 2022

Russia's liquefied natural gas exports are near a record high, as the realities of a harsh winter eat away at countries' promises to curb their dependence on Moscow
Yahoo News | November 8, 2022

Companies Commit to Buying Super-Green Cement in Corporate Climate Club
Bloomberg News | November 8, 2022

Want Consumers to Make Smart Choices? Stop Greenwashing.
Time | November 8, 2022

Draft Report Offers Starkest View Yet of U.S. Climate Threats
New York Times | November 8, 2022

Even as Egypt Hosts Climate Summit, Selling Fossil Fuels Is a Priority
The New York Times | November 7, 2022

Trump's Second Term as President Would Plunge EPA into 'Alternate Universe'
Newsweek | November 7, 2022

Soon 8 billion humans on a planet with limited resources
La Presse | November 7, 2022

The Migrant Humanitarian Crisis Deepens on the Rio Grande 
CounterPunch | November 7, 2022

Africa: Climate Change Will Force Up to 113m People to Relocate Within Africa By 2050 - New Report
AllAfrica | November 7, 2022

Study: 'No Limit' to How Bad Things Could Get During Next Covid Spike
KJZZ | November 7, 2022

Climate Change Will Force Up to 113M People to Relocate in Africa by 2050
The Conversation | November 7, 2022

Why Glaciers Are Important for the Earth
Grunge | November 7, 2022

AP PHOTOS: In India, river erosion engulfs villages
Associated Press | November 6, 2022

Planet Earth: 8 Billion Humans And Dwindling Resources
Barron's | November 6, 2022

Oil Companies Are Eying Federal Climate Funds to Expand Hydrogen Production. Will Their Projects Cut Emissions?
Inside Climate News | November 6, 2022

Melting Arctic Ice in Greenland
CBS News | November 5, 2022

Remains From a Wrecked Whaling Ship Identified in Argentina
Small State, Big History | November 5, 2022

The World Needs More Sustainable Leadership
Forbes | November 4, 2022

Middle East producers to defend oil, gas, while grappling with own climate pressures
S&P Global | November 4, 2022

Biden administration sells final tranche of emergency oil stockpile
Washington Examiner | November 3, 2022

Rising sentiment for Ukraine negotiations threatens neoconservative influence
The Hill | November 3, 2022

Fossil fuel projects were stalled a year ago. Now they're making a comeback.
The Washington Post | November 3, 2022

Opinion | Ukraine Conflict Intensifies as Progressives Abandon Diplomacy Call
Common Dreams | November 3, 2022

China Is Burning More Coal, a Growing Climate Challenge
The New York Times | November 3, 2022

Ecology Comes to Life for Middle School Students
Hudson Valley Times | November 3, 2022

Russian military leaders' talk of nuclear attack rattles U.S. calculus
SFGate | November 2, 2022

ANALYSIS | It seems it should be easy to tally up whether nuclear power is worth the cost. It isn't | CBC News
CBC News | November 2, 2022

Africa: Oil Exporters Make Markets, Not War
AllAfrica | November 2, 2022

Russia's 'dirty bomb' threats challenge the nuclear calculus
The Washington Post | November 2, 2022

The US Megadrought Won't Just End--It Will Change the Land
New Scientist | November 2, 2022

Africa’s Past Is Not Its Future
Foreign Affairs | November 1, 2022

Is Europe's energy crisis just getting started? The latest inflation data suggests a winter of pain ahead
Fortune | October 31, 2022

Making Friends with Political Opponents Doesn’t Improve Support for Democracy
Scientific American | October 31, 2022

Europe’s energy crisis is very far from over
The Economist | October 30, 2022

It’s been 10 years since Sandy. Is New York any more prepared for the next superstorm?
Mother Jones | October 30, 2022

Beyond Our Imagining
The New York Times | October 30, 2022

Why Are West and Central Africa’s Floods So Devastating This Year?
Reuters | October 30, 2022

Get ready for another super storm like Sandy, experts say
New York Post | October 29, 2022

A decade after Sandy, hurricane flood maps reveal New York's climate future
NPR | October 29, 2022

Finding safe haven in the climate change future: The Northeast
Yahoo News | October 29, 2022

Rebuiilding After Climate Disasters
The Week | October 29, 2022

Biden’s Foreign Policy Is Sinking Dems—And Ukraine
Common Dreams | October 29, 2022

Give peace a chance in Ukraine: The chorus rises, around the world and across the spectrum
Salon | October 29, 2022

LaRouche's 'Ukrainian Nazi' Legacy
Medium | October 28, 2022

Greenland's Melting Ice Could Reveal Riches Beyond Imagination
Newsweek | October 28, 2022

US Republicans who want diplomacy with Russia are about as ‘pro-Putin’ as Reagan was ‘pro-Soviet’
RT | October 28, 2022

Sandy knocked them down. Nothing will make them leave.
The Washington Post | October 28, 2022

America and Saudi Arabia are locked in a bitter battle over oil. The stakes are massive
CNN | October 28, 2022

10 years after Hurricane Sandy, officials aim to protect cities from climate change
ABC News | October 28, 2022

An Ethiopian Discovery Shows That Lion-Sized Otters Once Roamed the World
Grunge | October 28, 2022

Superstorm Sandy Leaves Long Insurance Legacy at 10 Years
Law 360 | October 28, 2022

Opinion: New York’s Climate Crisis is a Housing Crisis
CityLimits | October 28, 2022

Discovering Diamonds: The Story of Canada’s Diamond Rush
PlanetGeo | October 27, 2022

Superstorm Sandy: Lessons for Climate Resiliency Ten Years Later
Council on Foreign Relations | October 27, 2022

The Push to Protect Ancient Trees—And the Information They Contain
AXIOS | October 27, 2022

How Hurricane Sandy Changed New York and the World
New York Daily News | October 26, 2022

Floods Are Trapping Americans in More Ways Than One
The Hill | October 23, 2022

Communicating the Earth Observatory
PlanetGeo | October 20, 2022

How We Can Avoid a Second Civil War
Time | October 20, 2022

Reflections on the World Food Prize
Food Tank | October 20, 2022

Is the U.S. Better Prepared for a Nuclear Blast Now Than It Was 60 Years Ago?
The Guardian | October 19, 2022

New Research Reveals Endangered Species Act Is Toothless
Gizmodo | October 12, 2022

How 'Climate Gentrification' Is Displacing Vulnerable Communities
Fast Company | October 10, 2022

Climate Change Made This Summer's Droughts 20 Times More Likely, Study Finds
Los Angeles Times | October 8, 2022

Fall Foliage and Climate Change: A Wild Mix
Tough Times With Lou Young | October 8, 2022

What We Know About How Climate Change Fuels Hurricanes
The Conversation | October 3, 2022

Where Hurricane Risk Is Growing
CNN | October 2, 2022

New York City Scientists Are Exploring History Through Tree Rings
Newsy | September 29, 2022

Looking to the Solid Earth for Clues About Sea-Level Rise
Science News | September 29, 2022

Climate Professor Discusses Plan to Protect City, Harbors
NY1 | September 29, 2022

Army: Building Sea Walls, Storm Gates Will Protect New York Area From Climate Change
Fox 5 | September 27, 2022

A Nightmare Forecasters: Why Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger, Faster
New York Times | September 26, 2022

Secure the Food Supply Chain Before the Next Disaster Strikes
The Hill | September 23, 2022

The Impact of Climate Change on New York City
NY1 | September 22, 2022

How the South Asian Monsoon Is Changing in a Warming Climate
Carbon Brief | September 15, 2022

Power Outages Are on the Rise, Led by Texas, Michigan and California. Here's What to Blame.
CNN | September 14, 2022

The Centuries-Long Quest to Map the Seafloor's Hidden Secrets
Popular Science | September 14, 2022

'Global Stilling': Is Climate Change Slowing the World's Winds?
Yale e360 | September 13, 2022

Pakistan and the Fight for Climate Justice
Project Syndicate | September 13, 2022

A Growing Drinking Water Crisis Threatens American Cities and Towns
Scientific American | September 9, 2022

American Cities Must Find Ways to Keep Themselves From Drowning
Esquire | September 8, 2022

What Is a Triple-Dip La Nina?
ABC News | September 8, 2022

Keeping People Safe From Poisons in the Environment
The Creative Process | September 7, 2022

American Ship Lost in 1859 Likely Found on Argentinian Beach
Gizmodo | August 29, 2022

A Huge Victory in the Existential Fight Against Climate Change
CNN | August 15, 2022

This Day in History: The Term 'Global Warming' Appears for the First Time
History | August 3, 2022

New NYC Storm Surge Map Shows How Climate Change Will Threaten Affordable Housing, Upscale Waterfront
Gothamist | July 28, 2022

Restoring Earth's Energy Balance
The Green Interview | July 26, 2022

The World Is Burning, Once Again
The Atlantic | July 25, 2022

The Great American Megadrought Is Already Here
Slate | July 25, 2022

The Social Responsibility of a Climate Scientist
TEDx Broadway | July 21, 2022

Why Europe Is Becoming a Heat Wave Hot Spot
New York Times | July 18, 2022

When the Power Goes Out, Who Suffers?
Inside Climate News | July 17, 2022

What Greenland and Antarctica Would Look Like Without Ice
Polar Journal | July 13, 2022

Laughter Is the Ultimate Unifier. Can It Work for Climate Action?
Grist | July 7, 2022

States and the EPA Can Still Regulate Greenhouse Gases, Despite the EPA's Decision
Los Angeles Times | July 7, 2022

India's Deadly Heat Waves Will Soon Be a Global Reality
Bloomberg News | July 7, 2022

Feather Coats May Have Helped Dinosaurs Survive an Apocalypse
SyFy | July 7, 2022

'We Got Dinosaurs All Wrong': New Study Argues That They Were Fundamentally Cold-Adapted Animals
Courthouse News | July 3, 2022

Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Survive Their First Apocalypse
Scientific American | July 3, 2022

The Supreme Court's EPA Decision Heralds a Broad Assault on Democracy
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | July 2, 2022

How the Dinosaurs Took Over
The Economist | July 2, 2022

What Does It Mean for a Hotel to Be Carbon Neutral?
Washington Post | June 29, 2022

U.S. Is a Giant Tinderbox as Megadrought and Wildfires Combine
Newsweek | June 28, 2022

Ukraine's Children Desperately Need More Than Shelter and Food
NBC News | June 20, 2022

Ukraine Conflict Adds a New Challenge to Global Food Supply
Allianced Bernstein | June 16, 2022

Kristina G. Douglass to Join Columbia Climate School as First Faculty Member
West Side Spirit | June 15, 2022

In Ohio, Researchers Find EPA Data Doesn't Tell the Whole Story of Fracking Pollution
Energy News Network | June 7, 2022

To Fix Climate Change, Cities Must Embrace Circularity
Triple Pundit | June 6, 2022

Why a Marsh
Places Journal | June 3, 2022

The Heat Is on in New York City, and in Some Neighborhoods More Than Others
WPIX | June 1, 2022

Trump Policies Sent U.S. Tumbling in Climate Ranking
New York Times | May 31, 2022

Weather's Unwanted Guest: La Nina Keeps Popping Up
Associated Press | May 28, 2022

Rooftop Gardens Can Help Alleviate Heat in Big Cities
Big Think | May 26, 2022

Water Scarcity in a Changing Climate: Will Droughts Get Worse?
Climate Feedback | May 20, 2022

Lazy Bears, Confused Birds: What a Warming Planet Means for Arctic Wildlife
Columbia Magazine | May 13, 2022

Making New Climate Data From Old Timber
The New Yorker | May 6, 2022

NASA Climate Research Scientist Wins World Food Prize
Associated Press | May 6, 2022

World Food Prize Goes to Former Farmer Who Answers the Climate-Change Question 'So What?'
NPR | May 6, 2022

Giant 'MRI' of Antarctica Reveals Fossil Seawater Beneath Ice Sheet
Live Science | May 6, 2022

A Vast Reservoir of Water Is Hiding Under the Antarctic Ice
Inverse | May 6, 2022

Huge Groundwater System Discovered Under Antarctica
Gizmodo | May 6, 2022

The Journey to Sustainable Fashion
Scottscoop | May 2, 2022

Meltwater Rivers Could Endanger Antarctic Ice Shelves
Discover | April 28, 2022

Climate Change and Earth's Future
Tough Times With Lou Young | April 23, 2022

Climate Change Will Force People From Their Homes. Where Will They Go?
NBC LX | April 22, 2022

The Climate Countdown: 4 Ways You Can Prepare for the Medium Future
Shondaland | April 20, 2022

New Study Suggests Renewables Are Subject to 'Energy Droughts'
Environment Journal | April 17, 2022

Backward-Flowing Rivers Can Destabilize Ice Shelves
Scientific American | April 16, 2022

NASA Looks Into Efficacy of Green Roofs in Urban Settings
WITN | April 13, 2022

In Pursuit of Data Immortality
Nature | April 12, 2022

Why a Wrong Step From Biden on Energy Could Put Trump Back in the White House
New Statesman | April 8, 2022

The Census Is Broken. Can AI Fix It?
Wired | April 8, 2022

The Big Slide
Hakai | April 1, 2022

Wally Broecker Divined How the Climate Could Suddenly Shift
Science News | March 30, 2022

Researchers Map How to Best Use Green Roofs to Stem Urban Heat
ZME Science | March 21, 2022

Russia's War on Children Is an Atrocity for the Ages
Daily Beast | March 21, 2022

World Far Short of Climate Goals During 'Decade of Action'
Reuters | March 16, 2022

An Alaskan Testament to a Warming World
Food & Environment Reporting Network | March 8, 2022

'Aseismic' Part of San Andreas Fault Once Hosted Huge Earthquakes
Washington Post | March 6, 2022

What the War in Ukraine Means for the World Food Supply
New York Times | March 1, 2022

Investors Go Salmon Fishing With Climate Scientists
ESG Clarity | February 24, 2022

The Earth Is Our Mother: Indigenous Futures and Sustainability
Bwog | February 18, 2022

Western Megadrought Is Worst in 1,200 Years, Intensified by Climate Change, Study Finds
Los Angeles Times | February 15, 2022

Good News: Rocks Crack Under Pressure From Mineral CO2 Storage
Eos | February 11, 2022

The Energy Crisis We Did Not Prepare For
The Hill | February 2, 2022

Vaccine for youngest Americans awaits approval
MSN | February 2, 2022

Offshore Wind Farms Could Help Capture Carbon From the Air
The Conversation | January 29, 2022

NYC Mapping Study Shows Higher Temps in Lower-Income Neighborhoods
City Limits | January 25, 2022

Why Omicron Is More Likely to Kill Americans; The new variant has quickly spread all over the world, and scientists are starting to
The Daily Beast | January 18, 2022

In a Movie, Comet Metaphors and Global Warming
Space.com | January 17, 2022

6 Things You Need to Know About Climate Change Now
Columbia Magazine | January 15, 2022

Delving Into the Neglected Global Impacts of Human Waste
Mongabay | January 11, 2022

Five Steps We Must Take to Avoid Another Civil War
Time | January 6, 2022

Warmer Winters Can Wreak as Much Havoc as Hotter Summers, Scientists Say
Guardian | December 17, 2021

Why Is Omicron So Contagious?
Scientific American | December 17, 2021

Mystery Group of People May Have Populated the Faroe Islands Before the Vikings
Gizmodo | December 16, 2021

Climate Change Agricultural Impacts to Heighten Inequality
Mongabay | December 13, 2021

Covid Vaccine Ffforts Can't Let Up Because of New Pills
NBC News | December 6, 2021

Peace Is More Than the Absence of War
Scientific American | December 3, 2021

A Global Map of Human Sewage in Coastal Ecosystems
Eos | December 3, 2021

Naming Ceremony for Enchanted Princess
TTR Weekly | December 2, 2021

Inside the CDC's Pandemic 'Weather Service'
New York Times | November 21, 2021

AT COP26, Columbia Showcases a Commitment to Climate
Columbia Daily Spectator | November 18, 2021

COP26 Was an Infuriating, Depressing, Miserable Situtation. And Yet...
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | November 17, 2021

Cutting Carbon Emissions Means Changes in Daily Lives by Embracing Technology
Washington Post Kids | November 16, 2021

Scientists Are Racing to Save the Last Ice Area, an Arctic Noah's Ark
Science News | November 15, 2021

Exposure to Extreme Heat Has Tripled Since 1983
Associated Press | November 11, 2021

What Climate Change Looks Like From Space
New York Times | November 11, 2021

Major Climate Shift a Million Years Ago Linked to Ocean Currents
Earth.com | November 10, 2021

Extreme Weather Is a Climate Inevitability. We Shouldn't Make Things Worse.
The Hill | November 7, 2021

Voyages of the R/V Vema
American Institute of Physics | November 7, 2021

Runaway Climate Risks in a Warming World
The Hill | November 4, 2021

The Developing World Needs Energy, And Lots of It
Foreign Policy | November 1, 2021

Let's Give DeSantis the Bolsonaro Treatment
Daily Beast | November 1, 2021

Timber Salvaged From New York City Buildings Reveals Ancient Climate
National Geographic | October 22, 2021

The Beauty of Greenland's Ice Sheet, and Why It's Disappearing
PBS Peril & Promise | October 16, 2021

A Volcanic Disaster Puts Science Communications on Trial
Temblor | October 15, 2021

Solar Panels on Half the World's Roofs Could Supply 100% of Electricity Demand
The Conversation | October 15, 2021

How Climate Change Threatens New England Foliage
WGBH | October 15, 2021

How Citizen Scientists Are Mapping the Hottest Parts of New York City
Gothamist | October 14, 2021

Scientists Predict the Year That Polar Bears Will Disappear
Inverse | October 12, 2021

5 Alternative Energy Sources to Speed Our Transition Away From Fossil Fuels
CNN | October 7, 2021

The Flood That Drowned American Dreams
BBC | October 5, 2021

Risk of Deadly Heat Surges for City Dwellers, Study Shows
The Hill | October 4, 2021

Exposure to Extreme Heat Grew Drastically in the Last Few Decades
The Verge | October 4, 2021

Global Heat Exposure Has Tripled Since the 1980s
Axios | October 4, 2021

In Cities, Exposure to Deadly Heat Has Tripled in Recent Decades, With the Poor Most at Risk
The Conversation | October 4, 2021

Extreme Heat Is Broiling People in Developing Cities
Science | October 4, 2021

The Megadrought in the Western US Is Entering Its 22nd Year. The Causes Are Partly Natural, Partly Produced by Humans.
Neue Zurcher Zeitung | October 1, 2021

How Tropical Storms and Hurricanes Have Hit U.S. Shores With Unparalleled Frequency
Washington Post | September 29, 2021

Two Indigenous-Led Studies in Alaska Hint at How Future Low-Ice Seasons Could Affect Arctic Communities
Arctic Today | September 28, 2021

The World's Biggest Carbon Removal Plant Will Negate Just 3 Seconds of Yearly Human Emissions
Business Insider | September 26, 2021

U.S. Northeast Coast Faces Rapid Warming
Guardian | September 24, 2021

Blazing a Trail in Volcano Research
Fox 5 | September 24, 2021

At Columbia's New Climate School, a Professor Talks Extreme Weather, Inequality and (Not) Colonizing Mars
West Side Rag | September 23, 2021

Ida's Torrential Flooding Highlights Calls for More MTA Climate Resiliency
Columbia Daily Spectator | September 21, 2021

Climate Change May Be Pushing Some Rainforests to a Breaking Point
National Geographic | September 16, 2021

Why Diamonds Are a Geologist's Best Friend
Columbia Magazine | September 16, 2021

Climate Scientist: This Is a Dystopian Moment
CNN | September 5, 2021

Hurricanes Are Getting Scarier
CNN | September 2, 2021

Ghostly Satellite Image Captures the Arctic 'Losing Its Soul'
Atlas Obscura | August 27, 2021

Chasing the Lava Flow in Iceland
The New Yorker | August 23, 2021

Scientists Map Urban Heat Islands, and Track How Communities Are Affected
Science | August 18, 2021

Examining Political Polarization, and How to Bridge the Divide
Globe and Mail | August 18, 2021

Charting a Course to Shrink the Heat Gap Between New York City Neighborhoods
Inside Climate News | August 18, 2021

Heat Is Killing Workers in the U.S., and There Are No Federal Rules to Protect Them
NPR | August 17, 2021

The World Is Starting to Pivot on Climate. It's Not Enough.
Barron's | August 16, 2021

To Measure New York City's Heat Islands, Scientists Recruit Residents of Hardest-Hit Neighborhoods
City Limits | August 12, 2021

Millions of People Are Moving Into Risky Flood Zones, But They Might Not Have a Choice
Popular Science | August 12, 2021

A NASA Scientist Discusses Why the Weather Has Become So Extreme
The Verge | August 10, 2021

Time for U.S. Schools to Have Climate Disaster Drills
The Hill | August 4, 2021

The Seas Are Rising. Can Oysters Protect Us?
The New Yorker | August 2, 2021

The 'Swell' Job of Sorting Out New Zealand's Unusual Earthquake Patterns
Atlas Obscura | August 2, 2021

How Much Will It Cost to Prevent Climate-Related Deaths By Heat?
Wired | July 29, 2021

A Carbon Calculation: How Many Deaths Do Emissions Cause?
New York Times | July 29, 2021

Cost of Carbon Measured in Lives Is High
Axios | July 29, 2021

How Climate Change Is Making Parts of the World Too Hot and Humid to Survive
Washington Post | July 27, 2021

How Severe Is the Megadrought in the West?
The Hill | July 24, 2021

Wet-Bulb Temperature Is Important, Climate Experts Say. So, What Is It?
Washington Post | July 24, 2021

Extreme Weather Globally May Only Get Worse
WNYC | July 22, 2021

8 Ways Life Would Get Weird on a Flat Earth
LiveScience | July 22, 2021

The Resilent Power of Microgrids, From Chicago's South Side to Patagonia
Renewable Energy | July 21, 2021

Smokey NYC Skies From Western Wildfires Offer a 'New and Surprising' Climate Hazard
Gothamist | July 20, 2021

Columbia Climate School: Investors Must Prepare for Multi-Hazard Climate Risk
ESG Clarity | July 19, 2021

As Rising Tides Erode Buildings, It's Getting Riskier to Live by the Coast
USA Today | July 9, 2021

'A Default Sewer System': Subway Flooding Is Bigger Than Just the MTA
The City | July 9, 2021

Big Oil's Lies About Climate Change: A Climate Scientist's Take
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | July 8, 2021

Scientists Study Temperatures at Which Humans Spontaneously Die With Increasing Urgency
Vice News | July 7, 2021

Why We Need an Interdependence Day to Restore National Unity
USA Today | July 5, 2021

Decaying Infrastructure Is a Persistent Threat to Public Health
The Hill | July 5, 2021

Research Ship Works to Predict the Next 'Big One' on the West Coast
Fox News | July 2, 2021

Limited Air Pollution Data Hampers Development of Policies
Jomo Kenyatta University | July 1, 2021

Rare Mantle Rocks in Oman Could Sequester Vast Amounts of Carbon Dioxide
Scientific American | July 1, 2021

A Megaquake Will Someday Strike the Pacific Northwest. This Ship Could Figure Out How Bad It Will Be.
Science | June 30, 2021

The Food System's Carbon Footprint Has Been Greatly Underestimated
Civil Eats | June 30, 2021

Sustainability and Your Health
WebMD | June 27, 2021

A Conversation on Building Safe Communities for LGBTQ+ Geoscientists
Nature Communications | June 24, 2021

Finding the Origins of Covid-19 and Preventing Future Pandemics
Project Syndicate | June 24, 2021

Sea Level: What's Coming, and What Businesses Can Do About It
Climate 21 | June 23, 2021

Hurricane Sandy Survivors Try to Hang Onto Their Homes 10 Years Later
The Hill | June 23, 2021

As Seas Rise, Coastal Communities Face Hard Choices on 'Managed Retreat'
Reuters | June 22, 2021

Greenhouse-Gas Emissions From Food Production Are Far Greater Than Previous Estimates Suggest
Inside Climate News | June 10, 2021

Emissions From Food Production Have Been Underestimated
Earth.com | June 9, 2021

Ghana's Road-Traffic Problems Have Deep and Spreading Roots
The Conversation | June 7, 2021

Inside One Scientist's Quest to Understand How Volcanoes Impact Climate Change
Time | June 4, 2021

How the Decline in Fish Biodiversity Is Affecting Human Nutrition
Medical & Life Sciences News | May 31, 2021

Slower Population Growth: The Goods and the Bads
Inter Press Service | May 31, 2021

Declining Fish Biodiversity in Peruvian Amazon Affecting Human Nutrition
Mongabay | May 28, 2021

How Dying Glaciers Can Unleash Disaster
The Tyee | May 28, 2021

The Electric Grid of the Future Requires Major Upgrades. We Must Start Today.
The Hill | May 20, 2021

Online Gamer Finals at an Active Volcano? Less Far-Fetched Than You Think.
Upcomer | May 20, 2021

A Biological Oceanographer Studies the Hudson River
Fox News | May 12, 2021

Cheap Sensors Provide Missing Air-Quality Data in African Cities
Eos | May 11, 2021

Notes From an Author: A Glaciologist on Climate Change in Greenland
National Geographic UK | May 11, 2021

Diamond Liquid Impurities Provide New Insights Into Ancient Earth
New Atlas | May 11, 2021

Protecting the Planet, One Mom at a Time
NPR | May 6, 2021

The American Geologist Who Made a Paradigm-Shifting Discovery on the Ocean Floor
Medium | May 3, 2021

Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Science
The Hill | April 30, 2021

NASA's Top Climatologist on the Problem With Pessimism
Fatherly | April 28, 2021

Climate Scientists Debunk 13 Myths About Global Warming
Business Insider | April 23, 2021

The Oil Spill That Inspired Earth Day
Forbes | April 22, 2021

Why We Need to Take Back Earth Day
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | April 21, 2021

How to Prepare for a Megadisaster
Columbia Magazine | April 21, 2021

Can Carbon Removal Bring Us to Net Zero?
Rolling Stone | April 19, 2021

The Future of Western Water Restrictions Is Here
Gizmodo | April 19, 2021

5 Myths About How You Can Help the Environment
ABC Good Morning America | April 16, 2021

It's Time for Corporations to Pay What They Owe America
CNN | April 13, 2021

Online Art Sparks Debate Over Value, Environmental Impact
ABC News | April 11, 2021

Africa: The Invisible Women in Energy
All Africa | April 8, 2021

Nature Can Help Us Prepare for the Next Pandemic
Scientific American | April 8, 2021

New Covid Variants Have Changed the Game: Vaccines Are Not Enough
All Africa | April 6, 2021

Making the Transition to a Green Economy: What Is Our Responsibility as Citizens?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | April 5, 2021

The U.S. Is Suffering From Toxic Polarization. That's Arguably a Good Thing.
Scientific American | April 2, 2021

A Biden Administration Climate Strategy: Send in the Scientists
New York Times | March 26, 2021

The Big Question About Iceland's 'Cute' Volcano
CNN | March 25, 2021

How the Triassic Extinction Helped Dinosaurs Take Over the Planet
Discover | March 23, 2021

Hurricanes Are Arriving Earlier. What's Happening?
Minnesota Public Radio | March 18, 2021

Reckless Governors Are Threatening Covid-19 Progress
The Hill | March 15, 2021

How a Secret Cold War Project Led to Signs of Ancient Life, And a Warning About the Future
Atlas Obscura | March 15, 2021

Vaccinating educators now is key to reopening schools
Atlanta Journal Constitution | March 2, 2021

Keeping an Eye on the Climate, From Space
NPR Science Friday | February 26, 2021

Climate Change Helped Some Dinosaurs Migrate to Greenland
Science News | February 24, 2021

How to Create Jobs for Oil and Gas Workers
Yale Climate Connections | February 22, 2021

Will Climate Change Make Winter Storms More Likely?
Houston Chronicle | February 20, 2021

With Climate, We're Much More Willing to Pay for Cures Than Prevention
Washington Post | February 18, 2021

Why America's Power Grids Will Keep Failing Us
Salon | February 18, 2021

The Columbia Climate School Must Engage the Public
Columbia Spectator | February 18, 2021

The Phony Blame Game on Texas Weather
CNN | February 17, 2021

The coronavirus is here to stay - here's what that means
Nature | February 16, 2021

Climate Change 200 Million Years Ago Helped Dinosaurs Walk From South America to Greenland
The Independent | February 15, 2021

The Himalayan Flood Disaster, Explained
Cosmos | February 14, 2021

A Surprise in Africa: Air Pollution Falls as Economies Rise
New York Times | February 10, 2021

Can Carbon Capture Make Flying More Sustainable?
National Geographic | February 7, 2021

Why the Pandemic Is 10 Times Worse Than You Think
NPR | February 6, 2021

Why Vaccines Alone Won't End the Pandemic
New York Times | January 24, 2021

In 2020, Earth Was as Hot as It's Ever Been
Business Insider | January 15, 2021

Climate Change Could Take Weather Patterns Back to the Pliocene
Grist | January 8, 2021

When the World's Smartest Scientists Meet Johnny Cash, Science Gets Funky
Rockland Journal-News | December 29, 2020

How 2020 Weather Shattered Records
ABC News | December 27, 2020

The War on Polarization
Medium | December 22, 2020

The Surprising and Critical Role of a Meteorologist Embedded With the Red Cross
Forbes | December 20, 2020

Do Yourself a Favor: Get Out More This Winter
New York Daily News | December 17, 2020

When Did Archaic Humans Control Fire?
Eos | December 15, 2020

Nature's Guide to Building Resilient Systems
Wall Street Journal | December 13, 2020

A Massive Continent Will Form Hundreds of Millions of Years From Now
LiveScience | December 13, 2020

Ancient Trees Reveal Brahmaputra Mega-Dam Risk
SciDevNet | December 9, 2020

How Biden Can Put the U.S. on a Path to Carbon-Free Electricity
Yale e360 | December 3, 2020

The Story of Flooding in the Language of Trees
Dhaka Tribune | December 3, 2020

These Stunning Miniature Sea Creatures Keep the Oceans in Balance
Gizmodo | December 1, 2020

In Tree Rings, Warning of Brahmaputra Floods
Earther | December 1, 2020

Kate Marvel: With Science Plus Action, Things Can Get Better
Inverse | December 1, 2020

Micro-clusters, Colored Zones, & Competing Positivity Rates: Why NYC School Reopenings And Shutdowns Have Become So Complicated
Gothamist | November 27, 2020

A Next Generation Climate Scientist Prepares for the Future
Medill Reports | November 24, 2020

Covid-19 Has Become Less Deadly, but That Could Change as Cases Rise
The Wall Street Journal | November 24, 2020

Immune System May Fight Off Coronavirus for Years, a New Study Suggests.
The New York Times | November 18, 2020

What Joe Biden Can Do to Reverse the U.S. Trajectory on Climate Change
CBS News | November 17, 2020

What Is Climate Migration?
Mashable | November 16, 2020

Innovating Food-Supply Chains for Covid-19
The Hill | November 13, 2020

Scientists Find Huge Fossil Lake Bed Under Greenland Ice
ZME Science | November 11, 2020

The Ocean Carbon Sink Has Set the Next Political Hurdle
Hakai | November 8, 2020

Finding Prehistoric Rain Forests By Studying Modern Mammals
Eos | November 4, 2020

Looking Back Won't Tell Us Everything We Need to Know About Grid Vulnerability
The Hill | November 4, 2020

The Earth Is Pulsating Every 26 Seconds, and Seismologists Don't Agree Why
Discover | October 27, 2020

The Trump Team Just Announced Its Surrender to the Pandemic
CNN | October 26, 2020

How New York City Is Reclaiming Its Piers
Smithsonian | October 26, 2020

Is More Iron a Good Thing for the Oceans Even If It Comes From Coal Power Plants?
Labroots | October 26, 2020

Escaping Toxic Polarization
Politics: Meet Me in the Middle | October 25, 2020

America Should Brace for 100,000 New Virus Cases a Day
Daily Beast | October 24, 2020

Faulty U.S. Covid Response Led to 130,000-210,000 Avoidable Deaths
CNN | October 22, 2020

Experts Call for Climate Change Debate to Move Beyond Settled Science and Focus on Action
ABC News | October 22, 2020

Rare-Earth Metals Reveal Ancient Ocean Currents
Medill Reports | October 21, 2020

A New Metric to Figure Out the Most Effective Ways to Cut Carbon
Bloomberg View | October 19, 2020

We Didn't Track Hurricanes Hundreds of Years Ago--But Trees Did
Popular Science | October 16, 2020

2020 Breaks Billiion-Dollar Natural Disasters Record in US
WTKR | October 16, 2020

It's Time for Trump's Top Doctors to Step Down and Speak Up
Daily Beast | October 15, 2020

What Science and Democracy Have in Common: Us, Hopefully
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | October 14, 2020

What's It Like to Be a Climate Scientist?
The Years Project | October 14, 2020

Science Pinpoints Global Metal Locations
Scientific American | October 13, 2020

Scientists Are Struggling With the Feeling of Being Against a Rushed Vaccine
Slate Magazine | October 9, 2020

A Summer Immersed in the Hudson River
Nyack News & Views | October 7, 2020

Trump's Covid-19 Recklessness Costs the U.S. Dearly
CNN | October 7, 2020

Blooms Driven By Climate Change Threaten to Smother Life in Arabian Sea
Mongabay | October 6, 2020

Healing the Red-Blue Divide
Columbia | October 5, 2020

Everything You Think About the Geopolitics of Climate Change Is Wrong
Foreign Policy | October 5, 2020

Could Heatwave Insurance Be a New Weapon in the Climate Fight?
Al Jazeera | October 4, 2020

A 'herd mentality' can't stop the COVID-19 pandemic. Neither can a weak vaccine.
National Geographic | October 2, 2020

Scientists Must Rise in Defense of Democracy
Scientific American | October 2, 2020

New Climate Discoveries That Should Worry Everyone
Columbia | October 1, 2020

Is NYC's Second Wave on the Horizon?
WNYC | October 1, 2020

Seas Up to 30 Meters Higher Show a Planet Under Siege
Daily Maverick | September 27, 2020

COVID Cases Rising 3.3 Times Faster in Hot Spot Areas Than Rest Of NYC
Gothamist | September 27, 2020

The Shotgun Scientist Who Hunts Moving Trees
Guardian | September 25, 2020

A Conversation With Climate Scientist Kate Marvel
Rolling Stone | September 22, 2020

Underwater and on Fire: U.S. Climate Change Magnifies Extremes
Associated Press | September 19, 2020

If things don't change dramatically, we could have 600,000 - 800,000 fatalities
MSNBC | September 18, 2020

A Climate in Crisis
CBSN | September 17, 2020

New York City Prepares for a Second Wave, with a Chance to Blunt the Worst
Bloomberg News | September 16, 2020

Humans Are Putting Out Far More Carbon Than Ancient Volcanoes Did
Courthouse News | September 15, 2020

Satellite Images Show Deterioration of Antarctic Glaciers
ABC News | September 15, 2020

From 9/11 to COVID-19
The Hill | September 11, 2020

A Socially and Environmentally Just Way to Fight Climate Change
The Hill | September 10, 2020

Is New York's Infection Rate Artificially Low?
Gothamist | September 5, 2020

Ancient 'Pickled' Leaves Give a Glimpse of Global Greening
Eos | September 3, 2020

Applying the Lessons of the Covid-19 Crisis to the Climate Crisis
Undark | September 1, 2020

Our Focus Has to Be on the Victims of Hurricanes
CNN | August 30, 2020

Yes, We Can Get Rid of the World's Dirtiest Fuel
Foreign Policy | August 27, 2020

Half of Antarctica's Ice Shelves Could Collapse in a Flash, Thanks to Warming
LiveScience | August 26, 2020

Hydrofracturing Is the Latest Concern for Antarctica's Ice Shelves
Gizmodo | August 26, 2020

New Map Shows Vulnerability of Antarctic Ice Shelves to Hydrofracturing
Ars Technica | August 26, 2020

What We Do--and Do Not--Know About Herd Immunity
WNYC | August 24, 2020

Guardians of the Jungle Challenge Drug Lords and Investors
El Pais | August 19, 2020

Coronavirus Updates: Top Health Expert Urges De Blasio To Delay In-Person School Reopening
Gothamist | August 19, 2020

New York Has Tamed the Virus. Can It Hold Off a Second Wave?
The New York Times | August 17, 2020

A Simpler, More Useful Way to Tax Carbon
Vox | August 17, 2020

The Psychology of Cancel Culture
The Hill | August 14, 2020

How to Count Humans
Project Syndicate | August 13, 2020

Why disaster relief still takes so long to reach hard-hit areas
Newsweek | August 13, 2020

Enhancing the Impact of Well Testing for Fluoride
Storymaps | August 8, 2020

40 Years Ago, the Titanic Was Found, and Lost
Discover | August 7, 2020

It'sLike We're Flying Blind': The US Has a Covid-19 Data Problem
VOX | August 5, 2020

The Plastic Pollution in Our Laundry
Nyack News & Views | August 5, 2020

The Woman Who Mapped the Ocean Floor
GeoLog | July 30, 2020

What went wrong during the Northeast's first COVID-19 spike and is the region ready for another?
USA Today | July 29, 2020

Discussing COVID-19 and crisis response with National Center for Disaster Preparedness director, author of 'Rethinking Readiness'
Seattle Times | July 28, 2020

Without A Vaccine, Researchers Say, Herd Immunity May Never Be Achieved
NPR | July 24, 2020

Marie Tharp's Seafloor
Storymaps | July 23, 2020

Deepwater Horizon Still Plagues the Health of Children a Decade Later
OneZero | July 23, 2020

The Climate Won't Warm as Much as We Feared--But More Than We Hoped
The Conversation | July 22, 2020

Study on Child Transmission Raises Concern
The New York Times | July 19, 2020

America Is on Track for a Million Coronavirus Cases a Day
Daily Beast | July 16, 2020

States that reopened too quickly amid coronavirus are facing a problem: Getting the genie back in the bottle
ABC News | July 12, 2020

Notre Dame Fire Deposited Nearly a Ton of Lead in Paris
Salon | July 10, 2020

An Authority on Earth's Past Now Focuses on Its Future
New York Times | July 10, 2020

With coronavirus science still iffy, U.S. schools hope to reopen for 56.6 million K-12 students
The Washington Post | July 9, 2020

Tree Rings Reveal Extreme Weather Is on the Rise in South America
ZME Science | July 8, 2020

Syringes are key to coronavirus vaccine delivery. Trump is relying on two untested suppliers
Los Angeles Times | July 8, 2020

6 months into the coronavirus pandemic and the US still can't get testing right
RADIO.COM | July 7, 2020

Subducting Plate Angle Dictates Tsunami Threat During Large Earthquakes
Temblor | July 6, 2020

Deep-Earth Structures May Reveal Locations of Untapped Metal Deposits
Mining | July 6, 2020

'We know what we need to do': six experts address the coronavirus surge
The Guardian | July 5, 2020

Africa: Investing in Digital Agriculture Can Help Africa Beat This Pandemic
All Africa | July 3, 2020

Greenland Ice-Drilling Campaign Aims for Bedrock
Science | July 2, 2020

The Global Race to Map the Entire Ocean Floor
Guardian | June 30, 2020

As states halt reopening of bars and indoor dining, public health experts urge more caution
NBC News | June 30, 2020

How Communities Can Adapt to Climate Change
PBS NOVA | June 29, 2020

Covid-19 Has Disrupted Fieldwork. Here's How Environmental Chemists Are Coping.
Chemical & Engineering News | June 29, 2020

How Inequality Fuels COVID-19 Deaths
Project Syndicate | June 29, 2020

Here's how to stop the virus from winning
National Georgraphic | June 26, 2020

New York's Contact Tracers Are Still Facing Challenges
Gothamist | June 26, 2020

The School Reopeners Think America Is Forgetting About Kids
The Atlantic | June 25, 2020

What Drives the Ocean Carbon Sink?
Radio Ecoshock | June 24, 2020

As Coronavirus Slows, New York City Health Officials Watch Hot Spots
The Wall Street Journal | June 23, 2020

How to Assess Your Coronavirus Risk Before Doing An Activity
Huff Post | June 23, 2020

Harmful Algae Blooms in Arabian Sea Linked to Himalayas Melting
Third Pole | June 22, 2020

Rainforest Fires Set Up Potential Covid-19 Crisis
Mongabay | June 19, 2020

How coronavirus has created a new split in American life
The Guardian | June 19, 2020

Police Brutality: Training Can't Touch This
The Hill | June 7, 2020

Rate of CO2 Absorption by Ocean Impacted by Human-Caused Atmospheric Changes
Oceanographic | June 3, 2020

Disaster Season Is Upon Us
Washington Post | May 28, 2020

Natural Forests More Reliable at Fighting Climate Change Than Plantations
Mongabay | May 25, 2020

Why Food Systems Should Be Strengthened During COVID-19
SceDev.Net | May 17, 2020

Why Talking Across Our Political Divide Is Not Enough
The Hill | May 13, 2020

The Pandemic Generation
Washington Post | May 12, 2020

How Humanity Went Global
Axios | May 11, 2020

In Puerto Rico, a Glimpse of the Future of Resilient Energy
The Hill | May 10, 2020

Daily Temperatures Expected to Arrive Later This Century Are Already Here
Science News | May 8, 2020

Combos of Heat, Humidity at Edge of Human Endurance Are Hitting Globe Decades Earlier Than Expected
NBC News | May 8, 2020

Potentially Fatal Heat Waves Are More Common Than Scientists Thought
Quartz | May 8, 2020

Unsurvivable Heat and Humidity Extremes Have Emerged Earlier Than Expected, Study Finds
Washington Post | May 8, 2020

A Post-Lockdown Pathway for Forest-Edge Communities of Central India
Mongabay | May 8, 2020

Supercharged by Climate Change, 'Megadrought' Points to Drier Future in the West
Arizona Republic | May 6, 2020

Snowcaps to Arabian Sea: How Algal Blooms Threaten Our Food Supply
Livemint | May 4, 2020

How to Build a Hardier World After Coronavirus
The New Yorker | May 1, 2020

Greenland Has a Grand Canyon Beneath Its Ice
Atlas Obscura | May 1, 2020

The City That Never Sleeps Is Waking Up Earlier
New York Times | April 29, 2020

How Lack of Diversity and Inclusion in Science Hurts Us All
Alan Alda's All Clear | April 28, 2020

The Lab That Discovered Global Warming Has Good News and Bad News
New York Times | April 24, 2020

The Parched West Is Heading Into a Global Warming-Fueled Megadrought That May Last Centuries
Inside Climate News | April 20, 2020

In New York's Empty Streets, Covid-19's Lessons for Climate Change
Inside Climate News | April 20, 2020

Historic Megadrought Underway in California, U.S. West, Study Finds
Mercury News | April 16, 2020

Southwest Drought Rivals Those of Centuries Ago, Thanks to Climate Change
New York Times | April 16, 2020

The Southwest Is Locked in the Grip of the First Human-Caused Megadrought
Washington Post | April 16, 2020

The American West May Be Entering a Megadrought Worse Than Any in Recorded History
Smithsonian | April 16, 2020

Projected Future Melt of the Greenland Ice Sheet May Be Underestimated by Half
Forbes | April 15, 2020

Scientists Confirm Rapid Melting of Greenland Ice Sheet
Guardian | April 15, 2020

Climate Change: Blue Skies Pushed Greenland 'Into the Red'
BBC | April 15, 2020

This Crisis Will End. The Fight Against Pollution Is Only Beginning.
Streetsblog | April 13, 2020

Walter C. Pitman III (1932-2019)
Eos | April 9, 2020

In a Race Against Global Warming, Robins Are Migrating Earlier
Inside Climate News | April 6, 2020

The World Might--Might!--Become a Better Place Because of Covid-19
Miami Herald | April 6, 2020

The One-Two Punch of Coronavirus and Climate Change Could Be a Greater Disaster
Indianapolis Star | April 3, 2020

Coronavirus Quarantine FAQ
WBUR Here and Now | April 2, 2020

Robins Head North Sooner Due to Earlier Snow Melt
New Atlas | April 2, 2020

Social Distancing May Stop. And Start. And Stop. Until We Have a Vaccine.
Buzzfeed | April 1, 2020

Pandemic Lockdowns Mean Cleaner Air--For Now
NBC News | March 31, 2020

Wildfires and Climate Change: A Vicious Cycle
Science Rules! | March 30, 2020

The Virus Shows Why There Won't be Global Action on Climate
Foreign Policy | March 29, 2020

4 Steps Congress Can Take to Help Prevent the Next Pandemic
The Hill | March 29, 2020

Why the U.S. Has the Most Confirmed Covid-19 Cases
CNN | March 27, 2020

Confronting Covid-19: A Conversation With Scott Barrett
Environmental Economics | March 27, 2020

Catastrophes: Thinking the Unthinkable
Temblor | March 25, 2020

A Second Dust Bowl Could Threaten Global Food Security
Gizmodo | March 23, 2020

Big Thinkers' Predictions of How Coronavirus Will Change the World
Politico | March 20, 2020

What Lessons Can We Apply From Hurricanes to the Coronavirus?
New York Times | March 20, 2020

Smile? Results From the World Happiness Report Are In.
New York Times | March 20, 2020

Coronavirus Shutdowns Have Unintended Consequences: Cleaner Air and Water
NBC News | March 20, 2020

Air Pollution and CO2 Fall Rapidly as Coronavirus Spreads
BBC News | March 19, 2020

Scientists Reveal the Hidden Factor Behind the 2011 Japan Mega-Earthquake Equation
Sputnik News | March 18, 2020

How to Start a Movement
Project Syndicate | March 18, 2020

How Not to Completely Hate the People You're Quarantined With
Wired | March 17, 2020

How Hurricane Maria's Heavy Rains Devastated Puerto Rico's Forests
Science News | March 17, 2020

The Invisible Escalation of Hate: Is Political Violence in Our Future?
The Hill | March 17, 2020

Even a Relatively Small Global War Would Cause Global Famine
Gizmodo | March 16, 2020

In a Divided America, Misery Is Looking for Company
The HIll | March 11, 2020

The Scientist Tackling the Deep-Sea Food Chain
Ozy | March 9, 2020

From HIgh Finance to Sustainable Fashion
Vogue | March 8, 2020

The Original Long Islanders Fight to Save Their Land From a Rising Sea
New York Times | March 5, 2020

How Coronavirus Impacts Climate Change With Emissions Reductions
ABC News | March 5, 2020

Madhya Pradesh's Fluoride Warriors' Unleash Citizen Science"
Mongabay | March 2, 2020

Early Spring and the Four Daffodils of the Apocalypse
WNYC Brian Lehrer | March 2, 2020

Seismometers Detect Small Icebergs Produced By Greenland Glaciers
IRIS | March 2, 2020

Preventing the Next Big Bio Threat
The Hill | February 24, 2020

Does This Fossil Reveal a Jurassic Tropical Freeze?
Eos | February 18, 2020

The Scientific Paper Is Outdated
Chronicle of Higher Education | February 16, 2020

Big Oil Is Taking Up the Mantle of Climate Change
Reuters | February 12, 2020

A Greener Red Carpet
Columbia News | February 7, 2020

How Much Should We Worry About the New Coronavirus?
The Hill | February 6, 2020

Can the Fashion Industry Work Toward 'Climate Positivity?'
Fashionista | February 5, 2020

How a Cold Climate Shaped Scotland's Political Climate
Eos | February 4, 2020

The Trump Administration Is Silencing Science
WBUR | February 3, 2020

Is Climate Change Really As Divisive As We Think It Is?
PBS Peril & Promise | January 30, 2020

The Denial of Science: We're in Hot Water
Columbia College Today | January 28, 2020

These Lava Lakes Drained Catastrophically--And Scientists Caught It in Action
National Geographic | January 27, 2020

Climate Change Threatens World's Wine Supply, Study Says
USA Today | January 27, 2020

Study in Burkina Faso Shows Link Between Land Degradation and Migration
The Conversation | January 22, 2020

Your Grandparents' Refrigerator Added to a Huge Amount of Global Warming
IFL Science | January 20, 2020

The Environmental and Financial Consequences of Road Salt for NYC
Fox 5 NY | January 18, 2020

Scientists, Designers and Activists Collaborate to Tackle Fashion's Biggest Problem
Forbes | January 16, 2020

Climate Change Could Lead to More Injuries and Death
The Verge | January 13, 2020

Species-Rich Forests Offer Stable Carbon Capture
The Hindu | January 11, 2020

A Website for All Paleo-CO2 Data
Eos | January 10, 2020

Big Law Firms Become Climate Advocates
E&E News | January 8, 2020

Is Managed Retreat the Key to Fighting Climate Change in New York City?
Curbed | January 3, 2020

The Complicated Role of Iron in Ocean Health and Climate Change
Smithsonian | January 3, 2020

A Warning From Ancient Tree Rings: The Americas Are Prone to Drastic, Simultaneous Droughts
Science | January 2, 2020

Sea-Level Rise to Make Things Worse in Mumbai Within Decades
IndiaSpend | December 23, 2019

Earth Science Has a Whiteness Problem
New York Times | December 23, 2019

Rising Temperatures Are Stressing the U.S. Corn Belt
e360 | December 23, 2019

Millions and Millions of Climate Refugees?
Radio Ecoshock | December 19, 2019

These U.S. Cities Are Most Likely Targets of a Nuclear Assault--And They're Not Ready
Business Insider | December 18, 2019

Why We're Seeing a Lot More 100-Year Floods
The Years Project | December 17, 2019

The Earth Needs Multiple Ways to Remove CO2 From the Air to Avert the Worst of Climate Change
The Conversation | December 13, 2019

Fossil Find Shows That Enigmatic 'Sailing Stones' Existed Even 200 Million Years Ago
Science Alert | December 12, 2019

Can New York Plug All Its Subway Holes Before the Next Big Storm?
Gizmodo | December 12, 2019

One of Europe's Worst Famines Likely Caused By Devastating Flooding
GeoSpace | December 12, 2019

Simultaneous Heat Waves Could Batter Food-Growing Countries
Reuters | December 9, 2019

Newly Identified Jet Stream Pattern Could Imperil Global Food Supplies
Scientific American | December 9, 2019

Momentum Grows for Mapping the Seafloor
Eos | December 9, 2019

How a Volcanic Eruption Helped Create Modern Scotland
Science | December 5, 2019

In New York Lab, Centuries-Old Corals Hold Clues to Climate Shifts
Reuters | December 5, 2019

It's Snowing ... Microplastics
Columbia Magazine | December 5, 2019

Climate Change Is Accelerating, Bringing the World 'Dangerously Close' to Irreversible Change
New York Times | December 5, 2019

Promoting Racial Diversity in Geoscience
Eos | December 3, 2019

A Deep-Sea Magma Monster Gets a Body Scan
New York Times | December 3, 2019

How Climate Procrastination Has Put the Planet in Peril
PBS Newshour | November 26, 2019

At Thanksgiving, a Sustainable Meal Is About More Than Carbon Emissions
Washington Post | November 24, 2019

Food System Transformation Needs Everyone at the Table
Devex | November 21, 2019

Ten Years After 'Climategate,' the Scientists Have Won. What About the Rest of the World?
Gizmodo | November 21, 2019

Her Message About Climate Change: It's Not Too Late
New York Times | November 20, 2019

New Report Finds Costs of Climate Change Often Underestimated
Yale Climate Connections | November 19, 2019

Can We See 'Risk' From Space?
Reliefweb | November 15, 2019

Earth's Odd Rotation May Solve Ancient Climate Mystery
National Geographic | November 13, 2019

Can the Impeachment Hearings Actually Change Anyone's Mind?
Politico | November 12, 2019

Is Hot the New Normal?
The Last Word on Nothing | November 12, 2019

How Listen to an Earthquake
NPR To the Best of Our Knowledge | November 5, 2019

In a Changing Climate, Will Plants Make the World Wetter or Drier?
Carbon Brief | November 5, 2019

In California, There's an Opportunity to Lead the Nation in Building Resilience
The HIll | November 1, 2019

California Emerged From Drought, But Is Still Catching Fire
New York Times | October 26, 2019

Can New York's Transit Authority Lead the Way to a Carbon-Efficient Future?
Next City | October 26, 2019

New Yorkers Might Be Safely Swimming in the East River by 2025
Inverse | October 26, 2019

The Fukushima 3 and the L'Aquila 7
Temblor | October 23, 2019

As Climate Change Hits the Insurance Industry, Here's How One Company Is Adapting
Fortune | October 23, 2019

Are Wildfires Caused by Utilities or Climate Change? Yes.
New York Times | October 23, 2019

Hunting for Microplastics in Your Seafood
The Verge | October 22, 2019

Are Clues to the Coming Winter Blowing in the Autumn Wind?
New York Times | October 18, 2019

Frozen Earth Is a Possible Future for Our Warming Planet
LiveScience | October 11, 2019

California Blackouts Are a Planned Disaster
The Hill | October 11, 2019

Plastic Washed
Nyack News & Views | October 3, 2019

A Scientific Way of Reviving Rainforest Fragments
The Hindu | September 28, 2019

The Earth Is Warming. Here Are the Top Warming Signs.
ABC News | September 26, 2019

Scientists Worldwide Join Strikes for Climate Change
Nature | September 26, 2019

Climate Liability Lawsuits Could Help With Costs of Adapting to a Hotter Earth
NPR | September 24, 2019

Laying Out the Unpleasant Realities of Rising Seas
Mashable | September 23, 2019

How to Help the Planet Ahead of the UN Climate Summit
CBS News | September 21, 2019

How Do We Manage the Retreat of Communities Hit by Climate Change?
Physics World | September 20, 2019

U.S. Ignored Its Own Evidence of Climate's Role in Central American Migration
NBC News | September 20, 2019

Visualizing the Climate Crisis on the Front Pages of International Newspapers
Hyperallergic | September 18, 2019

The Mysterious Case of the Alien Rock
Columbia Magazine | September 16, 2019

The Other Existential Threat We Face
CNN | September 15, 2019

As Climate Change Advances, It's Time to Think About Leaving the Coasts
New York Daily News | September 12, 2019

How to End the Newark Water Crisis--And Prevent the Next One
Newark Star Ledger | September 9, 2019

Will Condos Trample Dinosaur Footprints?
Rockland Journal News | September 8, 2019

How Kilauea's Lava Birthed an Algae Bloom Visible From Space
NOVA Next | September 5, 2019

Is Climate Change Making Hurricanes Stall?
PBS Newshour | September 4, 2019

What's the Link Between Hurricanes and Climate Change?
WNYC The Takeaway | September 3, 2019

What Makes a Hurricane Turn? How Wide Is the Eye? What's Next?
New York Times | September 3, 2019

Greta Thunberg and the Lessons of the Sea
New York Times | August 29, 2019

Heat Pumps: Efficient, Environmentally Friendly
WBUR | August 29, 2019

A Day in the Life of a Tree
The New Yorker | August 27, 2019

Why Do So Many Americans Ask About Nuking a Hurricane?
CNN | August 26, 2019

The Amazon Is in Flames. But Brazil's Past Shows a Way Forward.
Washington Post | August 23, 2019

Lab Studies How to Improve 'Difficult Conversations'
WGBH | August 21, 2019

How Extreme Weather Conditions Could Last Longer Due to Climate Change
Carbon Brief | August 20, 2019

Living on the Edge Along India's Coastlines
Livemint | August 19, 2019

Health Screenings Help Kids Succeed in the Classroom
Tribune Democrat | August 19, 2019

Saving the Arctic's 'Last Ice Area' Is a Race Against Time
Vice News | August 16, 2019

Melting Ice, Raging Fires: Summer in the Arctic, Courtesy of Climate Change
NPR On Point | August 16, 2019

Hottest July Ever? Ask an Expert.
Nyack News & Views | August 13, 2019

The Secret Life of Trees
American Scholar | August 13, 2019

Global Warming Is Changing the Winds Off West Antarctica, Driving Ice Melt
InsideClimate News | August 12, 2019

World Food Supply Is at Dire Risk, Warns U.N. Report
New York Times | August 8, 2019

Farmers Among Biggest Victims of Climate Change
Newsroom | August 8, 2019

When It Comes to Wildfire Solutions, Relocating Communities Is a Tough Sell
KQED | August 5, 2019

People Don't Need to 'Believe' in Climate Change to Act on It, Study Suggests
EcoWatch | August 2, 2019

Our Planet Is in Crisis. But Until We Call It a Crisis, No One Will Listen.
Guardian | July 31, 2019

Greenland Is in the Throes of a Great Melting Event
Washington Post | July 31, 2019

How a Climate Scientist Invests His Money
Barron's | July 30, 2019

Lost Cities and Climate Change
Scientific American | July 30, 2019

The Climate Crisis Movie Isn't Out Yet, But We Just Saw the Trailer
Esquire | July 26, 2019

Scientists Have Discovered Fresh Water Under the Ocean, and It's Huge
Seeker | July 24, 2019

Megadroughts Could Return to Southwestern U.S.
National Geographic | July 24, 2019

No Climate Event in Last 2,000 Years Compares to What's Happening Now
The Atlantic | July 24, 2019

Think Climate Change Is Normal? In 2,000 Years, Scientists Can't Find Anything LIke It.
Science Alert | July 24, 2019

Earth Warmed Faster in the Last Few Decades Than in Previous 1,900 Years
Los Angeles Times | July 24, 2019

A Volcanologist Encourages Girls to Get Into the Science Game
Jackson Hole News | July 24, 2019

India Is Running Out of Water
Top of Mind | July 23, 2019

Con Ed's Plan for Heat Waves Is Years Behind Schedule
Gothamist | July 23, 2019

It's Melting: Science on Ice
Scientific American | July 22, 2019

California's Wildfires Are 500 Percent Larger Due to Climate Change
The Atlantic | July 16, 2019

Study: Climate Change a Leading Driver of California Wildfires
KQED | July 16, 2019

How Does Climate Variability Contribute to Global Crop Failures?
European Scientist | July 11, 2019

Listening to Rock Music
Antarctic Sun | July 8, 2019

Off the Jersey Shore, a Vast Aquifer of Fresh Water Lies Beneath the Ocean
Philadelphia Inquirer | June 28, 2019

Scientists Found a Giant Freshwater Aquifer Off the East Coast
Axios | June 27, 2019

I Met Some of the World's Top Climate Scientists. Here Are 5 Things I Learned.
WNET | June 26, 2019

Mystery Stretch of the Pacific Is Not Warming Like the Rest of the World's Waters
Newswee | June 26, 2019

It's Not a Coinciidence That Many Meteorologists Are Wearing Stripes Today
Weather Channel | June 25, 2019

Considering Managed Retreat
NPR | June 23, 2019

New York's New Climate Law Is a Landmark. Now the Work and Sacrifice Begin,.
New York Daily News | June 22, 2019

Scientists Discover Giant Fresh-Water Aquifer Off U.S. East Coast
Gizmodo | June 21, 2019

Declassified Spy Photos Show Rapid Melting of Colossal Glaciers
Mashable | June 19, 2019

Himalayan Glaciers Melting at an Alarming Rate, Spy Satellites Show
National Geographic | June 19, 2019

Himalayan Glacier Melting Doubled Since 2000, Scientists Reveal
Guardian | June 19, 2019

Spy Satellites Reveal Extent of Himalaya Glacier Loss
BBC News | June 19, 2019

I Spy, Via Spy Satellite: Melting Himalayan Glaciers
NPR | June 19, 2019

Dive Right Into the Hudson River
Scienceline | June 16, 2019

Scientists Narrow Link Between Tides and Earthquakes
Weather.com | June 15, 2019

Exploring Scientific Thought
Person, Place, Thing | June 11, 2019

Plastic, Plastic Everywhere
Columbia Magazine | June 10, 2019

Modern Technology Tries to Save the Ocean Environment
CGTN | June 8, 2019

We Might Finally Know How Tides Trigger Earthquakes
IFL Science | June 7, 2019

New Project Defends Renewable Energy
Torchlight | June 1, 2019

Can Volcanic Eruptions Affect Hurricane Activity?
WeatherNation | May 30, 2019

Ancient Rocky Structure Found Beneath Antarctica. And It's Messing With the Ice.
Livescience | May 29, 2019

Climate Change May Destroy a Barrier That Protects the U.S. From Hurricanes
World Economic Forum | May 29, 2019

The Trump Administration Really, Really Doesn't Want You to See This Climate Science
Mashable | May 29, 2019

Five Legal Principles for a Green New Deal
Washington Post | May 23, 2019

How A.I. Can Help Handle Severe Weather
New York Times | May 12, 2019

How the U.S. Government Failed Puerto Rico
Globe Post | May 9, 2019

Global Warming Was Already Fueling Droughts in the Early 1900s
Inside Climate News | May 1, 2019

Warming Oceans May Pump Out More Greenhouse Gases Than They Absorb
Courthouse News | April 29, 2019

Earth's Oceans May Lose a Key Part of Their Ability to Capture Carbon
Inverse | April 29, 2019

Pee-oneering Archaeology
CBC Quirks and Quarks | April 25, 2019

Wanted: A Legion of Lawyers to Fight Climate Change
ClimateWire | April 24, 2019

Air Pollution Kills 780,000 People in Africa Each Year
Chemical & Engineering News | April 24, 2019

The Hard Truths About Climate Change
Op-Ed TV | April 24, 2019

Scientists Examine Seafloor in Antarctica
CBS Evening News | April 22, 2019

The Sands of Time Are Soaked in Urine
The Sands of Time Are Soaked in Urine | April 18, 2019

Why Archaeologists Are Studying 10,000-Year-Old Urine
The Atlantic | April 18, 2019

Facebook Is Using AI to Map Population Density Around the World
The Verge | April 10, 2019

Antarctica's Iceberg Graveyard Could Reveal the Ice Sheet's Future
Science News | April 9, 2019

A Geological 'Orrery' Could Reveal Planetary Dynamics in Deep Time
Scientific American | April 9, 2019

The Real 'Day After Tomorrow'
Daily Mail | April 8, 2019

The Deadly Cost of Failing Flood-Control Infrastructure
The Hill | April 5, 2019

Obama Created a Climate Panel. Trump Disbanded It. They Regrouped. Here Is Their Report.
Newsweek | April 4, 2019

Climate Group Scrapped by Trump Reassembles to Issue Warning
Guardian | April 4, 2019

Changing Snow May Harm Arctic Wildlife
Physics World | April 2, 2019

Fighting Climate Change By Bringing Back the Last Ice Age?
CBS News | April 1, 2019

Two Veteran Lawyers Have a Bold Plan to Overhaul Climate Laws
Nexus Media | April 1, 2019

Microfibers Contributing to Pollution of Global Waterways
CGTN | March 28, 2019

Is Congestion Pricing What New York Needs?
Vice News | March 27, 2019

Ocean Drilling in 'Iceberg Alley'
BBC News | March 26, 2019

Stronger Hurricanes Could Decimate Forests and Accelerate Climate Change, Study Warns
CNN | March 25, 2019

Protect All of New York From Rising Seas, Not Just Lower Manhattan
Crain's New York Business | March 25, 2019

Gulf Stream Slowdown May Bring Later Cold
Climate News Network | March 23, 2019

Wallace Broecker (1931-2019)
Science | March 21, 2019

The World's Happiest (and Unhappiest) Countries in 2019
CNN | March 21, 2019

The U.S. Is the Unhappiest It's Ever Been
Fortune | March 21, 2019

Tree Rings Contain Secrets From the Forest
Popular Science | March 20, 2019

How Climate Change Ruins Snowflakes
NPR Science Friday | March 18, 2019

'Impossible' Rocks Found on Remote Volcanic Island
LiveScience | March 18, 2019

Climate Change May Be Messing Up Snowflakes as We Know Them
Gothamist | March 10, 2019

More Rain Means Greenland's Ice Sheet Is Melting Faster
Climatewire | March 8, 2019

Rain Is Melting Greenland's Ice, Even in Winter, Raising Fears About Sea-Level Rise
Science | March 7, 2019

Rain Is Melting Greenland Ice Sheet, Even in Winter
BBC | March 7, 2019

Rainfall Is Triggering Melting on the Greenland Ice Sheet, Study Finds
InsideClimate News | March 7, 2019

What Lessons Can Be Learned From a Deadly Tornado in Alabama
The Hill | March 7, 2019

Three Legal Visions of a 'Green New Deal'
Yahoo News | March 6, 2019

Clues to Solar System's Planet Motion Puzzle Could Be Hidden in Earth's Rocks
Space | March 5, 2019

Profile of Paul E. Olsen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | March 4, 2019

Earth's Rock Record Could Reveal the Motions of Other Planets
Smithsonian | March 4, 2019

Near Death, 'Grandfather' of Climate Science Left a Final Warning
NBC News | March 3, 2019

Memorializing a Titan of Climate Science
Yale Climate Connections | February 26, 2019

How Pollution and Greenhouse Gases Affect Climate in the Sahel
The Conversation | February 24, 2019

Wally Broecker, 1931-2019
PBS Nova | February 22, 2019

A Green New Deal Is Feasible and Affordable
CNN | February 22, 2019

Wallace Broecker, Who Helped Popularize Term 'Global Warming,' Dies at 87
Washington Post | February 20, 2019

Global Warming Pioneer Wallace Broecker, the 'Grandfather of Climate Science,' Dies at 87
Newsweek | February 19, 2019

Wallace Broecker, Whose Work Sounded Early Alarm on Climate Change, Dies at 87
New York Times | February 19, 2019

Scientist Who Popularized 'Global Warming' Is Dead at 87
Associated Press | February 18, 2019

It's Official: 2018 Was the Fourth Warmest Year on Record
New York Times | February 6, 2019

2018 Was One of Hottest Years on Record--And This One Could Be Even Hotter
Los Angeles Times | February 6, 2019

Government Report Spotlights Costly Damage of Extreme Weather in 2018
Vice News | February 6, 2019

Earth Marks Fourth Hottest Year on Record as Congress Opens Climate Hearings
Politico | February 6, 2019

2018 Was One of the Hottest Years Ever
Vox | February 6, 2019

Time to Counter Anti-Vaccine Hysteria
New York Daily News | February 5, 2019

Climate Science, Explained
WNYC Here's the Thing | February 5, 2019

Four Ways to Pay for Disasters
The Hill | January 28, 2019

As Climate Warms, Plants Will Absorb Less CO2, Study Finds
New York Times | January 23, 2019

Alaska's Year Without a Summer
AGU Blogosphere | January 18, 2019

Permafrost Is Warming Around the Globe
InsideClimate News | January 16, 2019

Shoreline Pollution: A Deeper Dive
Nyack News & Views | January 16, 2019

Child Migrant Deaths: 5 Areas Congress Should Investigate
The Hill | January 8, 2019

Current Drought Is One of Worst Ever, New Study Says
Arizona Star | January 5, 2019

Surge of Climate Lawsuits Targets Damage From Fossil Fuels
InsideClimate News | January 4, 2019

Thinking About Climate on a Dark, Dismal Morning
Scientific American | December 25, 2018

Western Drought Ranks Among Worst of Last Millennium
Scientific American | December 24, 2018

A Social Psychologist on the Ins and Outs of Navigating Conflict
Columbia Record | December 20, 2018

The Government Could Run Out of Room to Detain Migrant Children in 30 Days
Daily Beast | December 18, 2018

How Implicit Bias and Lack of Diversity Undermine Science
Scientific American | December 17, 2018

How 30 Million Dead and Dying Trees Are Reshaping Puerto Rico's Forests
Earther | December 17, 2018

Study Tracks Climate Variation's Impact on Green Power Generation
Climatewire | December 13, 2018

Scientists Investigate How the 'Ocean Pump' Is Slowing Global Warming
Medill Reports | December 12, 2018

How to Talk to Policymakers About Climate Change
Scientific American | December 11, 2018

What the Ocean Floor Can Tell Us About Climate Change
Columbia Magazine | December 10, 2018

Can AI Defeat the Dreaded Tsetse Fly?
Columbia Magazine | December 10, 2018

The Climate Apocalypse Is Now
Wired | November 29, 2018

Climate Scientists Aren't in It For the Money, But For the Truth
CNN | November 28, 2018

We Have a Climate Problem. Now What?
The HIll | November 28, 2018

We Should Not Tear-Gas Children
Washington Post | November 28, 2018

Protecting Earth's Forests Just as Important as Reducing Emissions, Say Scientists
NPR Here & Now | November 27, 2018

How to Handle Difficult Conversations at Thanksgiving
New York Times | November 20, 2018

Climate Change Will Bring Multiple Disasters at Once, Study Warns
CBS News | November 19, 2018

Ask a Scientist: How to Deal With a Climate-Change Skeptic
The New Yorker | November 17, 2018

Earth's Natural Climate Swings
PBS SciTech Now | November 14, 2018

The Simple Reason Humans Can't Control Wildfires
The Atlantic | November 13, 2018

Investing to Save the Planet
Forbes | November 10, 2018

Divided America, Difficult Conversations
Chicago Tribune | November 9, 2018

Why Does California Have So Many Wildfires?
New York Times | November 9, 2018

What Is Happening With Mexico City's Water? (in Spanish)
Voice of America | November 8, 2018

The Carbon Brief Interview: Dr. Kate Marvel
Carbon Brief | October 25, 2018

How Scientists Cracked the Climate-Change Case
New York Times | October 24, 2018

El Nino Looks Imminent
Earther | October 19, 2018

Lack of Sediment Threatens Salt Marshes
Staten Island Advance | October 19, 2018

Hurricane Michael's Effects Could Be Permanent for Kids
Daily Beast | October 19, 2018

Heat and Humidity Are a Killer Combination
New York Times | October 11, 2018

Public Data Can Help the Most Vulnerable After Disasters
The Hill | October 11, 2018

Dodge the Danger in Dirt
Nyack News & Views | October 10, 2018

Hurricanes and Climate Change: Yes, They're Linked
New York Times | October 10, 2018

What Climate Change Is Actually Expected to Do
Washington Post | October 8, 2018

Researching the Role Oceans Play in Climate Change
Autumn Years | October 1, 2018

Earth's Memory Is Locked in Ancient Seafloor Muck
Earther | September 28, 2018

Earthquake Studies Reveal the True Results of North Korea Nuclear Tests
Inverse | September 27, 2018

North Korea's Last Nuclear Test Triggered Earthquakes for 8 Months
Haaretz | September 25, 2018

Who Really Paid to Protect Us From Florence
CNN | September 16, 2018

How Climate Change Is 'Loading the Dice' for Increasingly Perilous Hurricanes
PBS Newshour | September 14, 2018

Searching for Life on Mars Through the Lens of Greenland
Scientific American | September 14, 2018

Melting Glaciers Are Triggering the World's Biggest Tsunamis
CBC | September 6, 2018

Thousands of Cities and Counties Are Fighting Trump's Fuel-Efficiency Rollback Plan
Earther | September 5, 2018

Look Out for Lead in Your Backyard
WAMC Academic Minute | September 4, 2018

The Puerto Rico Death Toll Will Only Grow
Washington Post | September 2, 2018

Supercomputer Simulates 500,000 Years of Calfornia Earthquakes in Bid to Predict Future Ones
Daily Mail | August 24, 2018

Trump's Latest Step Backward on Climate
New York Times | August 23, 2018

U.S. Remains Ill Prepared for Terror Attacks, Natural Disasters
Globe Post | August 22, 2018

Kids Are More Vulnerable to Extreme Weather
Michigan Radio | August 22, 2018

Can We Outbuild Future Coastal Flooding?
NPR Science Friday | August 18, 2018

Climate Change Is Helping Crank Up California's Heat Waves
Los Angeles Times | August 17, 2018

Rent Stabilized Apartments Won't Affect Property Taxes, Values, Says Study
Rockland Journal News | August 17, 2018

Children Poisoned by Lead on U.S. Army Bases as Hazards Are Ignored
Reuters | August 16, 2018

U.S. and China Scientists Should Have More Frequent Contact
Xinhua | August 15, 2018

We're Dangerously Unprepared for Heat Waves Caused by Climate Change
CNN | August 11, 2018

Why Puerto Ricans No Longer Trust the Water
Guardian | August 8, 2018

An Ancient Seabed Holds Secrets in Search for Life on Other Planets
Deep Carbon Observatory | August 7, 2018

Artificial Intelligence Used to Track World's Wildlife
Voice of America | August 7, 2018

Trying to Pinpoint the True Death Toll of Hurricane Maria
Kaiser Health News | August 2, 2018

2017 Was One of the Hottest Years on Record
NPR | August 2, 2018

The Cartographer Who Discovered the Underwater Mountain Ranges Spanning the World
Physics Today | July 30, 2018

Marie Tharp, the Woman Who Discovered the Backbone of the Earth
Forbes | July 30, 2018

Here's What NY City Cyclists Are Inhaling
Vice News | July 24, 2018

Sea Levels Must Rise to the Top of the Agenda in Washington
The Hill | July 18, 2018

Pioneering Western Water Management Strategies
Science Friday | July 6, 2018

Could Swapping Rice for Other Grains Help Solve India's Water Crisis?
Ecowatch | July 5, 2018

How to Protect the Connected Energy Grid
Wall Street Journal | June 28, 2018

The Lab That's Teaching Sworn Enemies to Have Decent Conversations
Guardian | June 27, 2018

Algorithms Aid Tracking of Migrating Songbirds in Arctic
Voice of America | June 25, 2018

A Prophet of Doom Was Right About the Climate
New York Times | June 24, 2018

James Hansen's Legacy: Scientists Reflect
Grist | June 24, 2018

Learning to Listen
The Poetry of Science | June 22, 2018

Business District Finds Most of Its Trash Could Be Put to Good Use
Crain's New York Business | June 21, 2018

Island's Sharp Rise in Lyme Prompts Researchers to Launch Tick App
Staten Island Advance | June 20, 2018

Ozone Alert!
Nyack News & Views | June 20, 2018

Ex-NASA Scientist: 30 Years on, the World Is Failing Miserably to Address Climate Change
Guardian | June 19, 2018

The Science of Teamwork
Psychology Today | June 14, 2018

About This Beautiful, Messy Planet and the Terrible, Wonderful Humans Who Live Here
Scientific American | June 11, 2018

Poisoned Gardens
WNYC | June 11, 2018

We Are Drifting Apart
The Poetry of Science | June 8, 2018

Judge Orders EPA to Produce Science Behind Pruitt's Warming Claims
Scientific American | June 5, 2018

The Days Are Getting Longer--Very, Very Slowly
Guardian | June 4, 2018

Southern California Is Losing Its Clouds, and That's Bad News for Fire Season
Earther | May 31, 2018

Extreme Flooding in Maryland: A Glimpse Into Our Disaster-Filled Future
Mashable | May 31, 2018

2018 Hurricane Season Is Here. We Can't Rely Just on the Federal Government to Help Us Prepare.
Fortune | May 30, 2018

Want to Escape the Coming Floods? Balance Global Trade, Study Says.
Bloomberg | May 28, 2018

Tick Researchers Seek Solutions
Block Island Times | May 27, 2018

Lawmakers: To Repair Our Polarized Congress, Make DC Your Home
The Hill | May 16, 2018

Scientist Warns of More Droughts, Fires as Climate Changes
Greenwich Time | May 16, 2018

What a 'Reproducibility Crisis' Committee Found When It Looked at Climate Science
Pacific Standard | May 16, 2018

Geologic Evidence Confirms Existence of 405,000-Year Milankovitch Cycle
Earth | May 11, 2018

How Scientists Use Tree Rings to Map Climate
Arctic Today | May 11, 2018

Climate Change Is Already Making Droughts Worse
Carbon Brief | May 11, 2018

Jupiter and Venus Squeeze Earth's Orbit
Scientific American | May 10, 2018

Scientists Identify 405,000-Year Climate Cycle on Earth
Ha'aretz | May 10, 2018

Rock-Solid Evidence Shows How Earth's Eccentric Orbit Affects Climate
New Atlas | May 8, 2018

Why LIve Near a Volcano?
CNN | May 7, 2018

How Long Could Hawaii Volcano Destruction Go On?
NPR Here & Now | May 7, 2018

The Surprising Link Between Climate Change and Human Trafficking
The Revelator | May 6, 2018

Two Thirds of People Would Face Reduced Risk From Extreme Temperatures With Better Response to Forecasts
Reliefweb | May 3, 2018

How Oman's Rocks Could Help Save the Planet
New York Times | April 27, 2018

Farmers Along the 100th Meridian Stand to Be Hit Hard by Climate Change
Civil Eats | April 24, 2018

150 Years Later, America's Climate Divide Is Moving
H2O Radio | April 13, 2018

Was There a Civilization on Earth Before Humans?
The Atlantic | April 13, 2018

Why You Should Care About Polar Ice
Nyack News & Views | April 11, 2018

A North American Climate Boundary Has Shifted 140 Miles East Due to Global Warming
e360 | April 11, 2018

How a Small Startup Firm Wants to Revitalize Climate Research
Washington Post | April 9, 2018

Wildfire-Adapted Design
Architectural Digest | April 9, 2018

Mapping the Ocean's Secrets
BBC | March 28, 2018

Ocean Scientists Work to Forecast Huge Plankton Blooms in Arabian Sea
Nature | March 27, 2018

The Art and Science of Plastic Trash
Nyack News & Views | March 27, 2018

Palm Trees Are Moving North
Earther | March 21, 2018

This Scientist Dodged the Russians to Try to Halt Nuclear Testing
The Verge | March 20, 2018

Private Sector Can Shoulder More Responsibility for Disaster Preparedness
The Hill | March 15, 2018

Life's Nice in the Nordic Ice; Not So Much in the U.S.
NPR | March 14, 2018

The Wicked Problem of Earthquake Hazard in Developing Countries
Eos | March 8, 2018

Forests Protect the Climate. A Future With More Storms Would Mean Trouble.
New York Times | March 7, 2018

We Still Haven't Made Things Right in Flint
Washington Post | March 6, 2018

13 Major World Cities Could See 'Alarming' Temperature Rise in Next Decade
The Independent | March 5, 2018

We Need Courage, Not Hope, to Face Climate Change
On Being | March 1, 2018

Could More Snow in Antarctica Slow Sea-Level Rise?
Scientific American | March 1, 2018

How Changing Climate Is Affecting Snowflakes
WNYC | February 27, 2018

Here Are the Places That Struggle to Meet the Rules on Safe Drinking Water
New York Times | February 26, 2018

Trump's Attacks on Science Could Manipulate Public Opinion
The Hill | February 22, 2018

Hudson Valley Earthquakes
Nyack News & Views | February 20, 2018

Pharmaceuticals Pose Risk to Fish In the Hudson
WNYC | February 19, 2018

Breaking Down Trump's Courtroom Battles Over Global Warming
Axios | February 18, 2018

The Science of Sustaining Peace
Psychology Today | February 17, 2018

Expect More 'Complete Surprises' From Climate Change
Sydney Morning Herald | February 12, 2018

U.S. Seismic Research Ship Finds New Details About Hikurangi Subduction Zone
New Zealand Herald | February 10, 2018

The World Bank Needs to Return to Its Mission
Project Syndicate | February 9, 2018

Scientists Correct Pruitt's Climate Claims
ClimateWire | February 8, 2018

Why the Winter Olympics Bypass the Southern Hemisphere
LiveScience | February 5, 2018

The Imperfect Science of Mapping the Flu
The Atlantic | February 1, 2018

Robin Bell Deosn't Think Science Should Be Political
New York Times Magazine | January 31, 2018

Seized Ivory Probed for Clues That Could Help Save Elephants
Associated Press | January 29, 2018

Identifying What Makes Peace Sustainable
ReliefWeb | January 28, 2018

Guards Around City Trees Help Sewers Handle Storms
Metro New York | January 25, 2018

Dividing Line: The Past, Present and Future of the 100th Meridian
Earth Magazine | January 24, 2018

Fighting Climate Change? We're Not Even Landing a Punch.
New York Times | January 24, 2018

A Tally of Trump's Censorship of Science Is Staggering
ThinkProgress | January 23, 2018

Big Snowfall, a Cooler Ocean, and Yet, More Signs of Global Warming
NBC News | January 21, 2018

Endless Drought Predicted for Mediterranean in a Warmer World
Haaretz | January 21, 2018

This Is What You Should Do in a Nuclear Attack
Time | January 19, 2018

Earth's Warming Continued in 2017
New York Times | January 18, 2018

The Limits of Trump's Offshore Drilling Plan
The Hill | January 11, 2018

Hot and Cold Running Planet
Nyack News & Views | January 10, 2018

2017 Was Costliest Year Ever for Weather, Climate Disasaters
San Francisco Chronicle | January 9, 2018

The Day the Earth Moved
BBC | January 6, 2018

Scientists to Map Quake-Prone Region of Asia in Hopes of Mitigating Disaster
Reuters | January 3, 2018

New Study Examines How Vikings Responded to Climate Change
Hakai | January 2, 2018

New York Removes Misleading Fallout Shelter Signs
Reuters | December 26, 2017

Air Pollution Is Now Africa's Biggest Killer
ZME Science | December 22, 2017

Humidity May Make Some Parts of the World Unlivable in 50 Years
Vice News | December 22, 2017

It's Not the Heat. It's the Humidity
Slate | December 22, 2017

High Temperatures Are Already Sending Migrants to Europe
The Atlantic | December 21, 2017

Warming Trend Tipped to Send More Refugees to Europe
Cosmos | December 21, 2017

Refugee Numbers Will Skyrocket When Climate Change Hits Vulnerable Countries
Newsweek | December 21, 2017

Climate Change Is Driving People From Home. So Why Don't They Count as Refugees?
New York Times | December 21, 2017

Here's Where Arctic Wildlife Will Make Its Last Stand
National Geographic | December 19, 2017

History's Greatest El Nino May Have Caused Severe 19th-Century Famine
Inside Science | December 18, 2017

Climate Change Is Part of California's Perfect Recipe for Intense Wildfires
PBS Newshour | December 13, 2017

Eagle Migration Out of Sync With Climate Change
BBC | December 12, 2017

How to Be Ready in an Age of Low-Tech Terror
New York Daily News | December 12, 2017

Climate Change Already Costs Us All Money, And It's Going to Get Worse
Arst Technica | December 11, 2017

What's Sparking the Devastating California Wildfires
ABC News | December 11, 2017

French President's Talent Search Nabs 18 Foreign Climate Scientists
Science | December 11, 2017

Scientists Are Slowly Unlocking the Secrets of Earth's Constant Hum
Washington Post | December 10, 2017

Harassment in Science Is Real
Science | December 7, 2017

In a Warming California, a Future of More Fire
New York Times | December 7, 2017

How One Woman's Discovery Shook the Foundations of Geology
Mental Floss | December 6, 2017

As Greenland Melts, Where's the Water Going?
New York Times | December 5, 2017

4 Questions on the California Wildfires and Climate Change
Inside Climate News | December 5, 2017

Delaware Earthquake Uncommon But Not Unprecdented
CBS NY | December 4, 2017

This Was the Costliest Hurricane Season Ever. Now What?
Fortune | November 30, 2017

Substantial Acceleration in Sea-Level Rise Along U.S. East Coast Since the Late 20th Century
Accuweather | November 28, 2017

New Pathways for Upward Mobility in the Face of Automation
PC Magazine | November 22, 2017

Can Tweaking the Atmosphere Help Us Fight Climate Change?
Science Friday | November 17, 2017

Some Answers on Climate and Sustainability
Columbia Record | November 16, 2017

The Best Books on Climate Change and Uncertainty
Five Books | November 16, 2017

Does Trump Make Limiting Global Warming to 1.5C Impossible?
Carbon Brief | November 15, 2017

The GOP Tax Cut Is Daylight Robbery
Boston Globe | November 14, 2017

How Warmer Winters Affect Our Planet
PBS SciTech Now | November 13, 2017

Greenland Melt Speeds East Coast Sea-Level Rise
NASA | November 13, 2017

The Big Data of Rocks, Ice, Soil and Sediments
Places Journal | November 8, 2017

Scientists: Strategic Crop Growth Based on Climate Change Could Feed 825 Million More
Ecowatch | November 8, 2017

Scientists Ready Robots to Study Antarctic Ice Shelves From Underneath, With $2M Donor Boost
GeekWire | November 7, 2017

The Climate Risks We Face
New York Times | November 6, 2017

Can Water Flow Uphill?
Freakonomics | November 5, 2017

Extreme Climate Events Virtually Certain to Increase
PBS Newshour | November 3, 2017

Before the Storm
WNYC | October 29, 2017

5 Years After Sandy, New York Rebuilds With the Next Flood in Mind
NPR Weekend Edition | October 28, 2017

2.1 Million Americans Use Wells With Hazardous Levels of Arsenic
PBS Newshour | October 26, 2017

Rare Footage Captures Giant Jellyfish Living Under Arctic Sea Ice
Livescience | October 25, 2017

Surprising Footage Captures Arctic Jellyfish Lurking Under Ice
Smithsonian | October 25, 2017

Future Flooding Will Be Deeper and More Frequent, and Cities Aren't Prepared
Newsweek | October 24, 2017

Volcanic Eruptions Can Cause Ice Sheets to Suddenly Melt
Earth.com | October 24, 2017

New Study Can Help Scientists Detect Habitable Planets
International Business Times | October 24, 2017

The Energy Industry Plots a Complex Path in the Midst of Disruption
New York Times | October 18, 2017

Hope for a Sustainable Future
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs | October 12, 2017

As Wildfires Rage Across California, a Look at How Global Warming Fuels Them
Democracy Now | October 11, 2017

High Levels of Lead Found in Greenpoint
Crain's New York Business | October 11, 2017

Dice Were Loaded for Wildfires Sweeping California
McClatchy Newspapers | October 10, 2017

Dangerous Lead Levels Found in Brooklyn Backyards
CBS New York | October 10, 2017

Will Climate Change Impact Aviation?
Academic Minute | October 6, 2017

In Case of Nuclear Attack, Don't Rely on Fallout Shelters
CNBC | October 6, 2017

Peekskill Meteorite Car Still a Hit 25 Years Later
USA Today | October 5, 2017

How Well Have Climate Models Predicted Global Warming?
Carbon Brief | October 5, 2017

Is the Puerto Rico Debacle All Trump's Fault?
New Republic | October 4, 2017

The Tenement Era and the Dawn of Public Housing
WNYC Brian Lehrer | October 2, 2017

North Jersey Among the 'Most Active' Earthquake Zones
Bergen Record | September 27, 2017

Why Does Bangladesh Think They Can Put Rohingya Refugees on a Flooded Island?
Weather Channel | September 26, 2017

How Trump Could Get His Way With the Paris Agreement
Fortune | September 25, 2017

Listen to the Hidden Music of Earthquakes
Vice News | September 25, 2017

The Health and Well-Being of Children
WNYC Brian Lehrer | September 25, 2017

How Will Climate Change Impact Floods and Flood Insurance?
PBS Newshour | September 21, 2017

How to Help Kids Make Sense of Hurricanes
Parents | September 21, 2017

As the Earth Melts
Air & Space | September 20, 2017

NYC Still Has Ways to Go in Preparing for a Megastorm
Village Voice | September 20, 2017

Seismologists Stumped By Mystery Shock After North Korea Nuclear Test
Nature | September 18, 2017

What We Know About Extreme Weather and Climate Change
New York Times | September 16, 2017

Huffington Post
Harvey, Irma and the Economic Risks of Doing Nothing | September 16, 2017

The Ice Detectives
Columbia Magazine | September 13, 2017

Preparing for a Nuclear Attack
Jimmy Kimmel Live | September 13, 2017

Irma, Harvey and Climate Change: It's Complicated
Weather Channel | September 12, 2017

We Need to Be Prepared for the Next Hurricane Irma
Fortune | September 11, 2017

8.1 Magnitute Earthquake Is One of Strongest Ever to Hit Mexico
Popular Science | September 8, 2017

Hurricane Irma Preparedness
WNYC Brian Lehrer | September 8, 2017

Has Climate Change Intensified 2017's Western Wildfires?
The Atlantic | September 7, 2017

Three Cheers for Houston
Slate | September 7, 2017

What You Need to Know About Hurricane Irma
Vice News | September 6, 2017

Wearing Miniature 'Backpacks,' Robins Are Tracked for Reaction to Climate Change
Alaska Dispatch News | September 6, 2017

Are We Ready for Hurricane Irma?
CNN | September 6, 2017

Global Warming's Role in Hurricane Harvey
WNYC The Takeaway | September 5, 2017

Seismic Detective Weighs in on North Korea's Latest Nuclear Test
Popular Mechanics | September 5, 2017

Bringing Back the Wild Tigers of India
American Scholar | September 5, 2017

De Blasio in the Age of Harvey (and Sandy)
WNYC | September 2, 2017

Harvey Exposes Striking New Energy Risks
CNBC | September 1, 2017

Why Hurricane Harvey Has a Lower Death Toll Than Katrina
Dallas News | September 1, 2017

Did Climate Change Make Recent Extreme Storms Worse?
PBS Newshour | August 30, 2017

How Science Can Inform Disaster Response
BBC | August 30, 2017

Harvey Versus Katrina: A World of Differences
Agence France-Presse | August 29, 2017

Legal Threat Exposes Gaps in Climate Change Planning
Nature | August 29, 2017

How Did Hurricane Harvey Become So Powerful So Quickly?
WeatherNation | August 29, 2017

Climate Change Didn't Cause Hurricane Harvey, But It Made It Worse
Fortune | August 29, 2017

Forest-Killing Beetles Are Swarming North Because of Climate Change
Vice News | August 28, 2017

Why Harvey's Destruction Is So Severe
CNN | August 28, 2017

What Makes a Storm Deadly?
The Atlantic | August 28, 2017

The Biggest Test Trump Faces With Harvey
Fortune | August 28, 2017

The Southern Pine Beetle May Be Chewing Its Way North
WNYC | August 27, 2017

Tree-Eating Beetles March Northward, Lured By Milder Winters
New York Times | August 27, 2017

Tiny Pests March Northward As Climate Changes
Philadelphia Inquirer | August 27, 2017

New App Studies Tick-Disease Risks
Block Island Times | August 25, 2017

How Deeply Will Rising Temperatures Cut Into Crop Yields?
Inside Climate News | August 21, 2017

We're Not Prepared for the Next Public Health Emergency
The Hill | August 21, 2017

Investigating the Enigma of Clouds and Climate Change
e360 | August 17, 2017

Did the Vikings Become Raiders in Response to Climate Change?
Ars Technica | August 16, 2017

OK, U.S. Government--See You in Court
Boston Globe | August 14, 2017

Mega-Tsunami Could Be Triggered By Alaska Quake
Scientific American | August 10, 2017

Mysteries of the Dead Sea
PBS SciTech Now | August 8, 2017

How Climate Change Could Disrupt Your Summer Travel Plans
Time | August 7, 2017

Obama Era Emissions Rules Could Yield $300 Billion by 2030
Scientific American | August 7, 2017

We're on the Brink of a Major Environmental Disaster. Are We Ready?
The New Republic | August 4, 2017

New Geologic Mapping Along Alaska Peninsula Reveals Tsunami Risk
Alaska Dispatch News | August 2, 2017

Seismic Zone Off Alaska Could Trigger Massive Tsunami
LiveScience | August 2, 2017

How Warmer Weather Affects Our Planet
PBS SciTech Now | August 1, 2017

Tesla's Model 3 and the Transition to Sustainability
Huffington Post | July 31, 2017

Mapping Art Deco Beauties Before They Vanish
The Hindu | July 30, 2017

How Harassment and Bias Undermine Women's Access to Scientific Careers
NPR Science Friday | July 28, 2017

It's Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Getting Hotter.
New York Times | July 28, 2017

Watch Swarms of Earthquakes Sweep Across Oklahoma
Seeker | July 27, 2017

Is De Blasio Bold Enough on Climate?
Gothamist | July 25, 2017

Scientists Can See Zika Coming by Tracking Climate
Scientific American | July 25, 2017

Even Tiny Changes in Earth's Orbit Would Yield Global Catastrophe
New York Times | July 25, 2017

An Underground 'Hyperloop' Connecting East Coast Cities?
Los Angeles Times | July 20, 2017

Uganda Trial Shows It's Worth Paying People to Preserve Trees
Nature | July 20, 2017

New York Tops List of Sweatiest Cities in U.S.
USA Today | July 20, 2017

World's Young May Face $535 Trillion Bill for Climate Change
Climate News Network | July 19, 2017

Satellites Zero in on Dangerous Urban Heat Islands
Scientific American | July 19, 2017

Kids Suing Trump on Climate Just Got a Helping Hand From Grandpa
IFL Science | July 19, 2017

Will Climate Change's Very, Very Bad Worst-Case Scenarios Come True?
Salon | July 18, 2017

Why Heat Waves Will Get Costlier for Airlines, More Annoying for Travelers
Inside Climate News | July 14, 2017

Higher Temperatures May Mean Bigger Delays and Higher Costs for Airlines
Forbes | July 13, 2017

Heat Waves May Disrupt Airplanes' Ability to Take Off
USA Today | July 13, 2017

Heat Waves Will Ground Planes
Wired | July 13, 2017

Climate Change Could Make Flying Even More Hellish
Washington Post | July 13, 2017

Scientists Say East Africa Will Get Wetter. So Why Is It Drying Out?
Climate Change News | July 13, 2017

The Man Who Coined the Term 'Global Warming' on the Worst-Case Scenario for Planet Earth
New York magazine | July 11, 2017

Can an Ancient Ocean Shoreline Set the Stage for a Tropical Forest Today?
National Science Foundation | July 11, 2017

Climate Change Is Destroying Terroir As We Know It
Vinepair | July 11, 2017

The Uninhabitable Earth: What Climate Change Could Wreak
New York magazine | July 10, 2017

Massive Antarctic Iceberg Hanging on By a 3-Mile Thread
USA Today | July 7, 2017

On Your Bike, Watch Out for the Air
New York Times | July 6, 2017

Speedier Sea Ice in Warming Arctic Could Spread Pollution Farther
Alaska Dispatch News | July 4, 2017

Dead Sea Shrinkage Predicts Future Megadroughts
Voice of America | July 1, 2017

What Dallas Republicans Can Teach Us About Climate Change
Business Insider | June 30, 2017

Accelerating Arctic Ice Floes Could Spread Pollution Faster
Scientific American | June 29, 2017

Biking + Breathing = ?
WNYC | June 27, 2017

Climate Change May Take a Toll on Air Travel
New York Times | June 21, 2017

A Founder of the Children's Health Fund Packs Up His Doctor's Bag
New York Times | June 20, 2017

Earthquake in Greenland Triggers Fatal Tsunami
Temblor | June 19, 2017

Life in the Ozone
Nyack News & Views | June 18, 2017

Antarctica Is Melting, and Giant Ice Cracks Are Just the Start
National Geographic | June 16, 2017

NYC to Spend $100 Million on Trees and Green Rooftops to Beat Extreme Heat
Gothamist | June 15, 2017

Novel Air Pollution Study Gauges Individual Cyclists' Risk
Eos | June 13, 2017

Are Diamonds Really Forever?
New York Times | June 12, 2017

Warmth Will Worsen Wet and Dry Extremes
Climate News Network | June 5, 2017

Mercury Is the Inspectah Deck of Planets
The Atlantic | June 3, 2017

Keeping Our Climate Promise
New York Times | June 2, 2017

A Climate Scientist Explains How Cities Can Counteract Trump's Paris Withdrawal
Gothamist | June 2, 2017

Decades From Now, Will Trump's Climate Decision Matter?
WNYC | June 2, 2017

Tourism to Antarctica on Rise
CGTN | May 31, 2017

Warming Could Push Earth's Rains Northward
Climate Central | May 31, 2017

Biodiversity Moves Beyond Counting Species
Nature | May 30, 2017

'Climate Stress' and the Next Global Conflict
ABC News | May 29, 2017

More People Heading to Court to Spur Action on Climate
Guardian | May 23, 2017

Satellites Reveal Gaps in Global Population Data
Nature | May 9, 2017

Mega-Quakes Can Cause Earth's Crust to Rip Open and Snap Shut
LiveScience | May 9, 2017

Growing Cities, Growing Waste
Brink | May 5, 2017

Build for a Changing Climate, NYC Tells Architects
Inside Climate News | May 3, 2017

How Would Just 2 Degrees of Warming Change the Planet?
LiveScience | April 29, 2017

A Walk Into Climate Change
Nyack News & Views | April 29, 2017

Earth's Mantle Could Suck Up Carbon
LiveScience | April 26, 2017

The Big Legal Obstacle That Could Keep Trump From Undoing Greenhouse Gas Regulation
Scientific American | April 26, 2017

Scientists Study to Remove Carbon From Atmosphere
Voice of America | April 25, 2017

The Mother of All Health Issues
Stat | April 24, 2017

This Scientist Changed How We Look at Weather
Daily Forward | April 22, 2017

What About Eating Less Meat?
Fast Company | April 19, 2017

We Just Found Out Antarctica Is Covered By Rivers
Gizmodo | April 19, 2017

Antarctica's Meltwater Rivers Raise Concern
Nexus Media News | April 19, 2017

Antarctic Scientists Go Chasing Waterfalls
The Atlantic | April 19, 2017

The Hidden Lakes of Antarctica
Pacific Standard | April 19, 2017

Scientists Have Discovered Vast Systems of Flowing Water in Antarctica
Washington Post | April 19, 2017

The Carbon Brief Interview: Michael Gerrard
Carbon Brief | April 19, 2017

A Scientist Who Paints the World Using Geophysics
Nyack News & Views | April 19, 2017

Launching the Reducetarian Movement
Forbes | April 18, 2017

Online Tool Aids Resilence to Climate-Change Impacts
SciDevNet | April 17, 2017

What If the United States Exits the Paris Agreement?
Popular Science | April 17, 2017

As Groundwater Disappears, So May Crops
PBS | April 17, 2017

Oman's Mountains May Hold Clues for Reversing Climate Change
Associated Press | April 13, 2017

Another El Nino May Be on the Way
New York Times | April 13, 2017

Learn From China How to Make Energy From Waste
Times of India | April 12, 2017

Legendary Climate Scientist Likes a GOP Proposal
Scientific American | April 10, 2017

Scientists Offer Lawmakers Help in Tackling Climate Change
AAAS | April 7, 2017

What Makes a Scientist Take a Stand?
NPR | April 7, 2017

A Mammoth Step in the Pursuit of Illegal Ivory
New York Times | March 31, 2017

Hints of Disaster Found Under Dead Sea Bed
Haaretz | March 31, 2017

Dead Sea Evidence of Drought Is Warning for Future
Guardian | March 29, 2017

Scientific Drilling to Throw Light on Oceanic Plates
Oman Observer | March 29, 2017

Meteor? Yes. Was It Nearby? No.
Rockland Journal News | March 24, 2017

Can Rocks Draw Down CO2?
Radio Ecoshock | March 23, 2017

Dead Sea Drilling Reveals 'Epic' Drought
Times of Israel | March 23, 2017

How Climate Models Could Help Prevent World War III
Inverse | March 23, 2017

Why Norway is the happiest nation on Earth
Christian Science Monitor | March 22, 2017

Norway Is No. 1 in Happiness. The US, Sadly, Is No. 14.
New York Times | March 22, 2017

Why Scientists Are Worried About a Landslide No One Ever Saw or Heard
Atlas Obscura | March 17, 2017

The Lifesaving Potential of Underwater Earthquake Monitors
The Atlantic | March 16, 2017

Growing Algae Bloom in Arabian Sea Tied to Climate Change
Associated Press | March 15, 2017

It's the Golden Age of Climate Denial
Esquire | March 13, 2017

Warning: Living in a City Could Damage Your Health
Guardian | March 13, 2017

Ocean-Exploration Pioneers Who Happen to Be Women
Parley | March 12, 2017

Replacing the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant with Energy Efficiency
Huffington Post | March 6, 2017

The Culprit in Rising U.S. Western Smog Levels: Asia
NPR All Things Considered | March 4, 2017

Scientists Are Standing Up to Trump
Gizmodo | March 3, 2017

From Hawaii on the Hudson, a Climate Science Refresher
WNYC Brian Lehrer | March 1, 2017

Of Mice and Mocchato
Smithsonian | March 1, 2017

Meeting China's Green Goals
China-US Focus | February 28, 2017

The Great Greenland Meltdown
Science | February 23, 2017

Saving Our Marine Data
Eos | February 23, 2017

California's Wet Weather Has Some Believing the Drought Is Over
ABC News | February 22, 2017

Oroville Dam Crisis Could Be the First of Many
Undark | February 16, 2017

This Is What an Earthquake Looks and Sounds Like
Treehugger | February 16, 2017

Oroville Is a Warning That Infrastructure Matters
CNN | February 16, 2017

Why the New Climate Denial Is Like the Old Climate Denial
The Atlantic | February 10, 2017

The Arctic 2.0: What Happens When the Ice Is Gone?
Nature | February 9, 2017

Why Axing the EPA Won't Work
New Scientist | February 8, 2017

Deep Aquifers Respond Rapidly to Climate
Science Daily | February 8, 2017

What Was Earth's Climate Like Before We Were Measuring It? (pdf)
Significance | February 1, 2017

The Balance Sheet on 'America First'
Boston Globe | January 29, 2017

Global Warming Never 'Paused,' and May Soon Accelerate
The Independent | January 22, 2017

For Third Year in a Row, Earth Set a Heat Record
New York Times | January 19, 2017

Earth's Temperature Rises, Again
WNYC | January 19, 2017

Just Repealing Obamacare Will Weaken National Security
The Hill | January 17, 2017

Polar Scientists Immortalize Obama
Salon | January 17, 2017

The Atlantic Ocean and an Actual Debate in Climate Science
The Atlantic | January 7, 2017

Lamont-Doherty Professor to Head Global Science Organization
Rockland Journal-News | January 7, 2017

More Frequent Glacial Quakes in Greenland Signal Ice Retreat
Eos | January 6, 2017

2016 Will Break Another Heat Record
Mercury News | December 31, 2016

With Enough Evidence, Even Climate Skepticism Will Thaw
Washington Post | December 30, 2016

Learning to Love a Multipolar World
Project Syndicate | December 29, 2016

Award Highlights Need to Preserve Historic Geoscience Data
Eos | December 28, 2016

North Korea's 2010 'Nuclear Explosion' Was Actually an Earthquake
International Business Times | December 21, 2016

Time-Lapse Google Maps Show How the World Is Changing
NPR | December 17, 2016

New Hampshire May Have Volcanoes One Day
Gizmodo | December 16, 2016

How Bias Undermines Women's Scientific Careers
NPR Science Friday | December 16, 2016

A Quest to Put Sea-Level Rise Data in Your Pocket
Eos | December 15, 2016

The Arctic Is Melting Even More Rapidly
NPR All Things Considered | December 13, 2016

'The Arctic Is Unraveling' Say Scientists
Inside Climate News | December 13, 2016

Spy Satellites Reveal Himalayan Melt
BBC | December 13, 2016

A Needed Overhaul for New York City Transit Hubs
WNET | December 13, 2016

Cold War Spy Satellites Track Himalayan Glacier Retreat
IFL Science | December 13, 2016

The Meeting That Gave Birth to the Idea of Global Tectonics
Eos | December 12, 2016

Most of Greenland Melted in Recent Past, Study Says
Gizmodo | December 7, 2016

New Studies Say Greenland's Ice Sheet Could Melt Faster Than Scientists Previously Believed
Time | December 7, 2016

The Mystery of Greenland's Icy History
Popular Science | December 7, 2016

History Reveals That Greenland Ice Might Melt Much Faster Than Believed
Inside Climate News | December 7, 2016

Unfrozen: Greenland Was Once Ice-Free for 280,000 Years
LiveScience | December 7, 2016

Earth's Rarest Geological Sample Could Tell Future of Greenland Ice
Atlas Obscura | December 7, 2016

Google Earth's Time-Lapse Probably Won't Convince Climate Deniers
Mic.com | December 2, 2016

The Secret Life of Volcanoes
Columbia magazine | December 1, 2016

Some Credence to Clear-Water Revival
Columbia magazine | December 1, 2016

It looks like an uphill climb for Trump's climate agenda
Business Insider | November 23, 2016

The Dual Histories of Home Ownership in New York City
WNYC Brian Lehrer | November 17, 2016

Smudged Volcanic Crystals Offer Clues to Past Eruptions
Science | November 17, 2016

The Seafloor Rips Itself Open to Let Magma Through
International Business Times | November 14, 2016

In Bangladesh, Arsenic is a Neglected Issue
The Lancet | November 12, 2016

What Will President Trump Mean for Science?
Washington Post | November 9, 2016

Seized Ivory Reveals That Elephant Poaching Is Still Going Strong
Vocativ | November 8, 2016

Recently Killed Elephants Are Fueling the Ivory Trade
Science | November 7, 2016

Sand Demand at Center of Beach Replenishment Planning
WorkBoat | November 3, 2016

MPA in Development Practice alumna Mariela Machado talks about engineering and sustainable development (Spanish)
CNN | November 1, 2016

Local Scientist to Lead National Organization With Global Impact
Nyack New & Views | October 31, 2016

Why Scientists Keep Changing the Forecast for a La Niña Winter
WIRED | October 27, 2016

Greenland Is Melting
The New Yorker | October 24, 2016

The West Is Burning, and Climate Change Is Partly to Blame
Five Thirty Eight | October 19, 2016

Prehistoric Comet's Impact Seen in New Jersey, Possibly Tied to Global Warming
Philadelphia Inquirer | October 13, 2016

A Comet Smashing Into Ancient Earth May Have Set Off Catastrophic Global Warming
Washington Post | October 13, 2016

On Jersey Shore, Glass Droplets Are Signs of a Comet-Induced Climate Crisis
WNYC | October 13, 2016

Without Human-Made Climate Change, U.S. Forest Fires Would Be Half the Size
PBS Newshour | October 10, 2016

Climate Change Has Been Making Western Fires Worse for Decades
Washington Post | October 10, 2016

Climate Change Blamed for Half of Increased Forest-Fire Danger
New York Times | October 10, 2016

Why Haiti Is a Hub of Natural Disaster
The Atlantic | October 6, 2016

Damning With Faint Praise
Inside Higher Ed | October 6, 2016

A bold plan to fight climate change: Sue the federal government
Christian Science Monitor | October 5, 2016

Women in Geoscience Get Worse Recommendation Letters Than Men
The Verge | October 3, 2016

A Milestone for Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere
New York Times | October 3, 2016

Rock You Like an Earthquake
LiveScience | September 29, 2016

Scientists Sound Alarm on Arctic at White House Meeting
Here & Now | September 28, 2016

Sustainable infrastructure after the Automobile Age
Boston Globe | September 25, 2016

What You Can Do About Climate Change
Here & Now | September 22, 2016

Louisiana Awaits Help As Media Moves On
Daily Beast | September 18, 2016

The Woman Who Mapped the Ocean Floor
WNYC The Takeaway | September 14, 2016

A Gentrified Aquarium: DeBlasio's Streetcar and a Tale of Two Waterfronts
New York Magazine | September 13, 2016

Games and Climate Change
Academic Minute | September 7, 2016

When Will New York City Sink?
New York Magazine | September 7, 2016

World will miss education-for-all target by 50 years: UN
Reuters | September 5, 2016

Typhoons striking China and Southeast Asia have become much stronger
The Verge | September 5, 2016

The Greening of Superyachts
New York Times | September 2, 2016

Truth + Beauty
Columbia magazine | September 1, 2016

The $8 Trillion Fight to Rid America of Fossil Fuels
Bloomberg News | August 30, 2016

President Obama Continues to Build His Environmental Legacy
Huffington Post | August 29, 2016

Why the Italy Earthquake Was So Destructive
Washington Post | August 24, 2016

Louisiana Flooding Triggers Housing Crisis
KQED | August 22, 2016

Changing Climate Will Continue Putting People Out of Their Homes
Washington Post | August 19, 2016

Yet Another Huge Blaze Is Consuming Southern California
Washington Post | August 18, 2016

July Was the Hottest Month Since Records Began
CBC | August 16, 2016

Children Count Fish in the Hudson River
Rockland Journal News | August 14, 2016

Beyond Zika: How Congress Is Flirting With Medical Disaster
New Republic | August 12, 2016

Why Venus May Once Have Been Habitable
Christian Science Monitor | August 12, 2016

Defying Critics, a Paleontologist Looks for Answers Behind Mass Extinctions
Smithsonian | August 5, 2016

Climate Scientist Radley Horton on Extreme Weather and New York City
6sqft | August 5, 2016

Does the Disappearance of Sea Ice Matter?
New York Times | July 29, 2016

The World's Most Lightning-Prone Place Has the World's First Lightning Forecast
Atlas Obscura | July 27, 2016

On Sustainable Development, the U.S. Does Horribly
Washington Post | July 24, 2016

Will Heat Waves Cause More Deaths As Climate Warms?
Science Friday | July 23, 2016

Definition of an Explorer
The Lowdown | July 22, 2016

Global Temperatures Are on Course for Another Record Year
New York Times | July 20, 2016

Where Are the Hurricanes?
New York Times | July 15, 2016

Arctic Melt: The Extraordinary Has Become Normal
Washington Post | July 13, 2016

Hidden Fault Could Trigger Cataclysmic Quake in Asia
LiveScience | July 11, 2016

President Trump Would Be a Climate Catastrophe
The Guardian | July 11, 2016

NASA Field Campaign Investigates Arctic Ecology
Phys.org | July 8, 2016

What Caused a Massive Alaska Landslide?
Christian Science Monitor | July 6, 2016

'World Class' Landslide Rocks Southeast Alaska
KHNS | July 1, 2016

'The Day After Tomorrow' Happened 30,000 Years Ago
Gizmodo | June 30, 2016

New York City Could See Thousands of Heat Deaths by 2080
Scientific American | June 24, 2016

How to Reduce Heat-Related Deaths Due to Climate Change
Christian Science Monitor | June 24, 2016

Why Climate Scientists Predict More Blazing Heat, Drought and Fire in the West
Washington Post | June 23, 2016

The Climate ... In Your Backyard
PBS The Open Mind | June 23, 2016

Globalized Economy More Susceptible to Climate Extremes
Reuters | June 14, 2016

In Breakthrough, CO2 Turned to Stone in Iceland
Guardian | June 9, 2016

Weird Jet Stream Behavior Is Making Greenland Melting Worse
Washington Post | June 9, 2016

Is Wacky Weather Melting Greenland?
Science | June 9, 2016

Project in Iceland for Storing Carbon Shows Promise
New York Times | June 9, 2016

An Iceland Plant Is Turning Carbon Dioxide to Rock
Washingont Post | June 9, 2016

How to Capture Carbon Dioxide and Turn It to Stone
Los Angeles Times | June 9, 2016

Putting CO2 Away for Good by Turning It to Stone
The Conversation | June 9, 2016

Experiment Turns Waste CO2 to Stone
BBC | June 9, 2016

Was There an Ice Age in the Southern Hemisphere?
New York Times | June 6, 2016

Deepwater Horizon Spill Sank, Stuck to 'Marine Snow'
Eos | June 3, 2016

Measuring Ice's Behavior, From Earth's Glaciers to Saturn's Moons
Science Explorer | June 3, 2016

A Historic Treasure, Saved From Demolition by Tree Rings
Greenwich Free Press | June 2, 2016

The Crucial Link Connection Between Climate and Health
Huffington Post | June 1, 2016

Columbia Launches New Center for Climate and Life
Columbia magazine | June 1, 2016

How Federal Maps Ignore Risks of Climate Change
PBS Frontline | May 31, 2016

Studying Life on the Rocks
Eurekalert | May 31, 2016

'Dirty Blizzard' Carried Deepwater Horizon Contaminants to Seafloor
EENews | May 30, 2016

You Do Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blew
NPR All Things Considered | May 30, 2016

A Construction Manager Turned Climate Scientist
Pacific Standard | May 27, 2016

Why We Need Long-Term Plans to Tackle Climate Change
National Geographic | May 26, 2016

Climate Change and Extreme Weather
Yale Climate Connections | May 25, 2016

Fascinated by the Forces That Make Rocks and Ice Flow
People Behind the Science | May 23, 2016

Investigators Conduct Deep-Sea Search for Egyptair 804
NPR All Things Considered | May 23, 2016

Farming and Air Pollution
BBC Science in Action | May 19, 2016

Farming Is Single Biggest Cause of Europe's Worst Air Pollution
Guardian | May 17, 2016

The Anthropocene: End of the World As We Know It?
Huffington Post | May 17, 2016

Predicting the Effects of Climate Change...While Experiencing Them in Real Time
KPCC | May 17, 2016

Dumping a Bunch of Iron in the Ocean Won't Fix Our Climate
Gizmodo | May 16, 2016

Plan to Track Climate Emissions Would Use Network of Satellites
KCPR | May 11, 2016

Slow-Motion Earthquakes May Also Lead to Tsunamis
Business Standard | May 5, 2016

America's Water Crisis Is Way Bigger Than Flint
Wall Street Journal | April 22, 2016

Earth Day 2016: Do People Still Care?
Christian Science Monitor | April 22, 2016

Leaders Sign a Climate Deal Filled With Question Marks
New York Times | April 21, 2016

How Surfers Are Funding Climate Science
Climate Central | April 21, 2016

The Mad Dash to Figure Out the Fate of Peatlands
Smithsonian | April 20, 2016

Arsenic Threat Looms Large in India
InterPress Service | April 20, 2016

Closing the Climate Innovation Gap
PBS SciTech Now | April 20, 2016

Is Global Warming Good or Bad for Crops?
i News | April 18, 2016

What the Loss of Snowpack Means for Water Supplies
Desert Sun | April 14, 2016

Bringing the Seafloor Into Focus
AGU Blogosphere | April 12, 2016

21 American Kids Are Suing the Government on Climate Change
Mashable | April 12, 2016

This Is How Far Seas Could Rise
BBC | April 10, 2016

Is La Nina Coming?
Climate Central | April 8, 2016

Antarctica May Melt Rapidly
RNN TV | April 1, 2016

Researchers Find Plants Emit Less Carbon Dioxide During Warming Than Thought
Columbia Spectator | March 24, 2016

What Is Plate Tectonics?
LiveScience | March 24, 2016

University Drafts Sustainability Principles
Columbia Spectator | March 23, 2016

Scientists Warn of Perilous Climate Shift Within Decades, Not Centuries
New York Times | March 23, 2016

Will Our Trees Survive Warming Temperatures?
Arkansas Public News Service | March 21, 2016

Wine Lovers Raise a Glass to Global Warming--But There May Be a Hangover
Guardian | March 21, 2016

So... Was That Climate Change?
CNN | March 17, 2016

You Can't Buy Happiness, But You Can Measure It
Foreign Policy | March 17, 2016

At the Top, and Bottom, of the World Happiness Rankings
New York Times | March 16, 2016

World Temperatures Soar in February to Highest Ever Levels
BBC | March 14, 2016

Links Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather Are Increasingly Clear and Present
Washington Post | March 11, 2016

Geoengineering Won't Save Us From Sea-Level Rise
Newsweek | March 9, 2016

Climate Kids Sue on Behalf of the Future
CNN | March 9, 2016

New York City's Big Green Clean
BBC Radio | March 9, 2016

Fast Melting Above the Arctic Circle
CBS Evening News | March 4, 2016

Worst Drought in 900 Years Helped Spark Syria War
Mashable | March 3, 2016

Tornado Clusters Are Becoming More Deadly and Common
LiveScience | March 3, 2016

Greenland's Melting Is Feeding on Itself
Washington Post | March 3, 2016

Greenland's Ice Melt Accelerating as Surface Darkens
The Guardian | March 3, 2016

Why Is Greenland's Ice Sheet Getting Darker?
Christian Science Monitor | March 3, 2016

Drought in Syria and Eastern Mediterranean Worst in 900 Years
The Independent | March 2, 2016

Syria Drought Has Likely Been Its Worst in 900 Years
Climate Central | March 1, 2016

Snowpacks Are Declining
The Academic Minute | February 29, 2016

Diverse Faces Are Showing Up in Polar Regions
Nature | February 26, 2016

An Airborne Look Through Antarctic Ice
Antarctic Sun | February 24, 2016

Zika Virus: Why Emergency Funding Is Necessary--And Why It Shouldn't Be
The Hill | February 23, 2016

Facebook Using Artificial Intelligence for Detailed Maps of Where People Live
The Verge | February 23, 2016

Facebook's New Map of World Population Could Help Billions Get Online
MIT Technology Review | February 23, 2016

Rainforests May Store Less Carbon as Climate Changes
Climate Central | February 22, 2016

Can the U.S. Duplicate Germany's Renewable Energy Revolution?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | February 18, 2016

Sea-Level Rise Could Put Planned NYC Transit Line Underwater
Vice News | February 18, 2016

We Must Resettle the Children of Flint
Washington Post | February 17, 2016

Millions Face Food Shortages as El Nino Fuels Africa's Worst Drought in Decades
Vice News | February 10, 2016

Climate Change and Geopolitics: What't Really at Stake
Huffington Post | February 8, 2016

Oil Industry Group's Own Report Shows Early Knowledge of Climate Impacts
Inside Climate News | February 5, 2016

To Fight Zika, Learn From Ebola
Harvard Business Review | February 5, 2016

Iron Fertilization Might Not Make Oceans Better Carbon Sinks
Eos | February 5, 2016

U.S. Must Give Climate Researchers a Much-Needed Boost
Nature | February 3, 2016

Studying the Heart of El Nino
New York Times | February 2, 2016

Watch and Listen to Seismic Waves From Earth's Depths
The Creators Project | February 2, 2016

University Seeks Private Funds to Offset Climate Crunch
Nature | February 1, 2016

A Young Ecologist on Cloud Forests, Global Warming and His Career Path
Santa Barbara Independent | January 29, 2016

Geoengineering Might Not Work in All Oceans
Scientific American | January 28, 2016

Unlocking Antarctica's Secrets: The Ross Ice Shelf
MPR | January 28, 2016

New Data May Change Understanding of Oceans' Nutrient Cycle
Columbia Spectator | January 27, 2016

Is Oil Actually Good for Sea Life?
Christian Science Monitor | January 26, 2016

Natural Oil Seeps Cause Microbes to Thrive in Gulf of Mexico
Tech Times | January 25, 2016

El Nino's Silver Lining
NPR Morning Edition | January 25, 2016

Building Climate Resilience in Cities
The Conversation | January 22, 2016

Why Are Hurricanes Forming In January?
The Conversation | January 21, 2016

2015 Far Eclipsed 2014 As World's Hottest Year
New York Times | January 21, 2016

2015: The Hottest Year
Mashable | January 20, 2016

2015 Smashes Record for Hottest Year
The Guardian | January 20, 2016

Climate's Lasting Impact: Fading Food Supplies
LiveScience | January 15, 2016

Monster Tsunami May Have Created Madagascar Sand Dunes
LiveScience | January 13, 2016

Lingering El Nino Could Mean Fewer Tornadoes
Scientific American | January 13, 2016

Seismologists: That Was a Small Quake for an H-Bomb
CNBC | January 6, 2016

In Alaska, North America's Largest Non-Volcanic Landslide
AGU Blogosphere | January 2, 2016

Sustain What?
New York Times | December 31, 2015

Arsenic Contaminates India's Groundwater
Scientific American | December 29, 2015

Why the Freakishly Warm Weather?
CNN | December 25, 2015

Paris Climate Treaty: 'Worthless Words' or 'Diplomatic Triumph'?
CBC | December 21, 2015

Groundwater Depletion Adding to Global Sea-Level Rise
USA Today | December 19, 2015

Alaska Landslide One of World's Biggest in Recent Years
Alaska Dispatch News | December 18, 2015

Ice Is Rafting Farther and Faster Across the Arctic Ocean
Science News | December 17, 2015

Paris Climate Agreement: Toward a Global Solidarity?
America This Week | December 16, 2015

The Ominous Story of Syria's Climate Refugees
Scientific American | December 16, 2015

Greenland Was Once Ice Free, Rocks Suggest
Science | December 15, 2015

What the Paris Climate Deal Means for New York
WNYC | December 14, 2015

How Climate Change Would Affect New York City
WNET | December 13, 2015

What Happens After Paris Is More Vital Than What Happens in Paris
PBS Newshour | December 9, 2015

Why Some Say Carbon Taxes Don't Work
Inc. | December 9, 2015

Next Move for Planet Earth
Columbia Magazine | December 7, 2015

Causes of California Drought Are Complex
Columbia Spectator | December 7, 2015

Did Climate Make the Norse Disappear From Greenland?
Smithsonian | December 4, 2015

Will Paris Talks Lead to a Better Climate Agreement?
NPR Science Friday | December 4, 2015

Vikings' Mysterious Abandonment of Greenland Not Due to Climate, Study Suggests
Washington Post | December 4, 2015

20 Champions of Climate Change
Huffington Post | December 3, 2015

A Path for Climate Change, Beyond Paris
New York Times | December 1, 2015

From Good Intentions to Deep Decarbonization
Project Syndicate | December 1, 2015

The Laws of Subduction
Columbia Magazine | December 1, 2015

Why Climate Change Isn't a Winning Issue in U.S. Politics
Christian Science Monitor | November 30, 2015

Climate Change: Could It Include Giant Flying Boulders?
Washington Post | November 30, 2015

Big Data Predict Centuries of Harm If Climate Warming Goes Unchecked
NPR All Things Considered | November 30, 2015

The Paris Attacks: Implications for U.S. Preparedness
The Hill | November 30, 2015

Why the Northern Lights Are Moving South
BBC News | November 27, 2015

How Scientists Know Earth Is Warming
Student Science | November 25, 2015

Our Planet's Magnetic Poles Aren't Reversing Anytime Soon
Gizmodo | November 24, 2015

Climate and Life Center to Bring Latest Science to Business and Finance
Columbia Record | November 21, 2015

For Bad Weather, 'Is This Climate Change?' Is the Wrong Question
LiveScience | November 20, 2015

Buffett's Grandson Seeks Own Route: Social Change
New York Times | November 20, 2015

How Panama Changed the World
PBS NOVA | November 12, 2015

Declining Snow Could Threaten Water Shortages for 1.9 Billion
Carbon Brief | November 12, 2015

What Trees Can Tell Us About Climate Change
Christian Science Monitor | November 8, 2015

Scientists Warned Lyndon Johnson About Global Warming 50 Years Ago Today
Guardian | November 6, 2015

El Nino: Meet the Man Who Tries to Predict the Unpredictable
SciDevNet | November 5, 2015

Did Climate Change Jump-Start Human Evolution?
New Scientist | November 4, 2015

Running Science Like a Small Business
Forecast | November 4, 2015

Ancient Volcano Collapse Caused 800-Foot Tsunami
Popular Science | November 2, 2015

Antarctica May Be Gaining Ice--But Climate Change Is Still Happening
Vice News | November 2, 2015

Indonesia's Fires Are Driving Climate, Public Health Crises
Climate Central | October 27, 2015

Why We Must Retreat From New York's Waterfront
New York Times | October 26, 2015

Forecasting a Category 7 Hurricane?
CNN | October 24, 2015

'Strongest Storm Ever': Why Global Warmng Alone Not to Blame
WPIX | October 24, 2015

Satellite Imagery Detects Huge Yukon Landslide
Alaska Dispatch News | October 22, 2015

2015 Likely to Be Hottest Year Ever Recorded
New York Times | October 21, 2015

Can the Climate Really Control Mid-Ocean Ridges?
Ars Technica | October 20, 2015

45 Tons of Ice and Rock Came Crashing Down
NASA Earth Observatory | October 20, 2015

The Mystery of Antarctica's Disappearing Snow
LiveScience | October 15, 2015

Gavin Schmidt: The Interview
Carbon Brief | October 15, 2015

How the History of Human Development Impacts Our Planet
PBS SciTech Now | October 14, 2015

Which Animals Live on Glaciers?
EarthSky | October 13, 2015

A Climate-Change Museum of the Future
Slate | October 13, 2015

Ocean Sediments Suggest Dry Future for Horn of Africa
Nature | October 9, 2015

Waterproofing New York's Subways
NPR Morning Edition | October 8, 2015

Indonesia on Track for Worst Fire Season Since 1997
Medium.com | October 8, 2015

How the Rich Profit From Natural Disasters
New Republic | October 5, 2015

Ancient Megatsunami Flung Boulders High as Eiffel Tower
Washington Post | October 2, 2015

Island Boulders Reveal Ancient Megatsunami
Nature | October 2, 2015

This Hurricane Won't Be Like the Last One
WNYC | October 1, 2015

Scientists Declare Urgent Mission: Study West Antarctica, and Fast
Washington Post | September 29, 2015

What 15 Experts Think of Obama's Environmental Legacy
Nationswell | September 22, 2015

Quiz: What Climate Phenomenon Are You?
Buzzfeed | September 21, 2015

Pope Comes With Climate Message Some Don't Want to Hear
Climatewire | September 18, 2015

Basic Science and Discoveries That Cannot Be Predicted
Huffington Post | September 18, 2015

How Exxon's 1980s Dive Into Climate Research Backfired
Inside Climate News | September 17, 2015

Blasting Off to Sustainability
Huffington Post | September 16, 2015

Liquid Assets: The Challenge of Reusing Water
Columbia magazine | September 16, 2015

California Snowpack Reaches 500-Year Low
Inside Climate News | September 15, 2015

Global Warming and the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Living on Earth | September 11, 2015

Scientists: Please Don't Nuke Mars
U.S. News & World Report | September 10, 2015

Bicycles, Breathing and Bridges
NPR Morning Edition | September 10, 2015

Honoring High Achievements in 'Hypsographic Demography'
Social Science Space | September 10, 2015

Aylan Kurdi Is a Climate Refugee. Here's Why.
Weather Network | September 9, 2015

Pedaling Through Pollution
NPR | September 8, 2015

The Subdued Roar of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
ABC News | September 3, 2015

We're Worse Off Than Ever for El Nino
Daily Beast | September 1, 2015

Battling Earthly Plagues From Space
The Academic Minute | September 1, 2015

How Natural Disasters Hurt the Poor More Than the Rich
Slate | August 28, 2015

We Still Don't Know How Many People Katrina Killed
Five Thirty Eight | August 26, 2015

Sea Ice: How Ancient Ocean Birthed Diamonds
LiveScience | August 26, 2015

Global Warming Worsens California Drought
Democracy Now | August 25, 2015

California Drought: Climate Change Plays Role, Says Study
Los Angeles Times | August 20, 2015

Scientists Say Global Warming Has Worsened California Drought
Washington Post | August 20, 2015

Climate Change Intensifies California Drought, Study Finds
New York Times | August 20, 2015

Scientists Strengthen Link Between Climate and Drought
High Country News | August 20, 2015

The Climate Change 'Bully' in California's Drought
Climate Central | August 20, 2015

Climate Change Is Deepening California's Drought
International Business Times | August 20, 2015

How Much Has Global Warming Worsened California's Drought? Now We Have a Number
The Conversation | August 20, 2015

Thanks to El Nino, We Know What's Coming
Slate | August 19, 2015

How Climate Change Threatens the U.S. Economy
WNYC Leonard Lopate | August 18, 2015

El Nino May Bring 'Godzilla' Storms to California
MSNBC | August 14, 2015

New Jersey Earthquake: Residents Heard an 'Explosion'
NJ.com | August 14, 2015

Report Sets New Goals for U.S. Antarctic Program
Science | August 11, 2015

Huge Pacific Algae Bloom Poisons Shellfish and Sea Lions
Vice News | August 10, 2015

High Schoolers Team With Scientists to Improve Hudson River Environment
NY1 | August 10, 2015

Inside a Volcano
WAMC | August 6, 2015

A New Climate-Change Danger Zone?
The New Yorker | July 31, 2015

Ocean Currents Show Debris Could Be From Malaysia 370
Mashable | July 30, 2015

Flight 370 Debris Could Have Reached Western Indian Ocean
NPR | July 30, 2015

Repercussions of Climate Change in Central Asia
The Diplomat | July 22, 2015

Why Record California Rainfall Won't End the Drought
Mic.com | July 21, 2015

Intensifying El Nino Could Rival Strongest in History
Washington Post | July 21, 2015

Climate Change May Do More Than Make It Hotter
WPIX | July 20, 2015

An Alarming Climate-Change Scenario
Washington Post | July 20, 2015

Futuristic Water Systems
WAMC | July 15, 2015

Energizing Africa's Green Revolution
New York Times | June 26, 2015

Glacial Earthquakes May Help Scientists Track Ice Loss
Los Angeles Times | June 26, 2015

We Caused the Climate Crisis. We Should Take in Its Refugees.
Washington Post | June 25, 2015

What's Inside the Earth?
PBS NewsHour | June 25, 2015

What Happens During a 'Glacial Earthquake'
NPR Morning Edition | June 25, 2015

Earthquakes Are Shaking Greenland, for a Disturbing Reason
Washington Post | June 25, 2015

Warmer Winters Will Not Mean Fewer Deaths, Researchers Say
Guardian | June 25, 2015

The Madden-Julian Oscillation
WAMC Academic Minute | June 23, 2015

How Bangladesh Became a Model for Reducing Hunger
Christian Science Monitor | June 17, 2015

What Happens When the Sea Swallows a Country?
BBC | June 16, 2015

Indonesia at Risk of Huge Fires
The Conversation | June 16, 2015

The Pope's Encyclical: Integral Ecology
Patheos | June 16, 2015

A Dinosaur Expert Critiques Dinosaur Toys
Mashable | June 11, 2015

The True Face of Mercury
BBC | June 11, 2015

How Does Oil Form?
NBC News | June 10, 2015

What's in the Air as You Bike New York City?
WNYC | June 10, 2015

California?s Vanishing Clouds Could Intensify Drought
KQED | June 8, 2015

A New Suite of Instruments Measures Antarctica's Ice
Antarctic Sun | June 8, 2015

Can Big Data Save Us From Climate Catastrophes?
Medium | June 5, 2015

The Upper Crust in a Tectonic Plate Collision
New York Times | June 1, 2015

Trees and Megadroughts
WAMC Academic Minute | May 27, 2015

India's Deadly Heat Wave Could Be a Glimpse of Things to Come
VICE News | May 27, 2015

Treks to the North Pole Might Be a Thing of the Past
VICE | May 26, 2015

From Granite to Glacier: Rebuilding Antarctica's Past
Medill Reports | May 21, 2015

Musical Composition Conveys Climate Data
Eos | May 21, 2015

Coal Giant Exploited Ebola for Corporate Gain, Say Health Experts
Guardian | May 20, 2015

Scientists Find World's Oldest Stone Tools
CBS News | May 20, 2015

Who Used the Earliest Stone Tools?
International Business Times | May 20, 2015

Stone Tool Discovery Pushes Back Dawn of Culture 700,000 Years
Guardian | May 20, 2015

How Congress Caused the Amtrak Crash
Daily Beast | May 20, 2015

Is Warming Changing the Boundaries of Hurricane Season?
Climate Central | May 12, 2015

Anatomy of a Deglaciation
Antarctic Sun | May 11, 2015

Fixing the Climate Innovation Gap
Huffington Post | May 1, 2015

What's Driving Major Hurricane Landfalls?
Washington Post | April 30, 2015

Mercury Mission Set to End With Dramatic Crash
Nature | April 27, 2015

Nepal: Improving Earthquake Resilience in Developing Nations
Christian Science Monitor | April 27, 2015

Who's Cheerleading for Science?
PBS Sci-Tech Now | April 26, 2015

$35 Million to Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory for Ocean Research
Nyack-Permont Patch | April 24, 2015

Amid California's Historic Drought, a Scientist Digs for Answers
Inside Climate News | April 23, 2015

Scientists Turn to Drones for Closer Look at Sea Ice
Climate Central | April 23, 2015

Decoding the Depths of the Earth
Scienceline | April 23, 2015

This Country Has the World's Happiest People
Time | April 23, 2015

What's the World's Happiest Country?
Newsweek | April 23, 2015

Which Is the World's Happiest Country?
Telegraph | April 23, 2015

Climate Change Questions for Young Citizen Scientists
New York Times | April 22, 2015

What Is Biodiversity?
PBS Sci-Tech Now | April 22, 2015

Nepal: A Tragedy Waiting to Happen
CNN | April 21, 2015

California's History of Drought Repeats
New York Times | April 14, 2015

Pacific Has Slowed Global Warming--And Now May Speed It
Scientific American | April 14, 2015

Rapid Global Warming May Be Coming Sooner Than You Think
Mashable | April 9, 2015

What Record Drought Means for California's Future
LiveScience | April 8, 2015

Is Climate Change Causing California's Drought?
CNN | April 8, 2015

Before Fracking Begins, Scientists Test Air and Water
Inside Climate News | March 31, 2015

Part of Antarctica Was Warmer Than New York Last Week
VICE News | March 30, 2015

Who's Afraid of a Mass Extinction?
PBS SciTech Now | March 25, 2015

Is El Nino Behind our Slow-to-Start Tornado Season?
Washington Post | March 23, 2015

El Nino Can Predict Tornado Season's Intensity
LiveScience | March 16, 2015

La Nina Boosts Frequency of US Tornadoes, Study Finds
Carbon Brief | March 16, 2015

Mercury, Seen as Never Before
Nature | March 16, 2015

Payments for Ecosystem Services? Here's the Guidebook
Phys.org | March 12, 2015

Conflict Resolution: Wars Without End
Nature | March 11, 2015

El Nino Is Officially Back
Daily Beast | March 9, 2015

Urban Sprawl Is Reducing Fog in Southern California
Los Angeles Times | March 7, 2015

Could Climate Change Spur Revolution?
WNYC | March 3, 2015

Climate Change Helped Create Conditions for War in Syria
Newsweek | March 3, 2015

Tale of Two Droughts
Christian Science Monitor | March 3, 2015

Illegal Ivory Spotted by Radiocarbon Analysis
CBC | March 3, 2015

Study Links Syria Conflict to Drought Caused by Climate Change
New York Times | March 2, 2015

Climate Change Helped Fuel Syrian Conflict, Paper Finds
Huffington Post | March 2, 2015

Climate Change Hastened Syria's Civil War
Scientific American | March 2, 2015

A First-Ever Database of Climate Change Laws and Policies
Climatewire | February 26, 2015

A Thirsty, Violent World
The New Yorker | February 24, 2015

Climate Change: No Bones About It
Mutter Museum | February 18, 2015

What Historic Megadroughts Tell Us About Our Future
The Conversation | February 16, 2015

The United States of Megadrought
Slate | February 12, 2015

Southwest, Central Plains, Face 'Unprecedented' Drought
Climate Central | February 12, 2015

Q&A on New Southwestern Drought Study
Arizona Star | February 12, 2015

Megadrought Will Grip US in Coming Decades, Say Researchers
Washington Post | February 12, 2015

U.S. Droughts Will Be Worst in 1,000 Years
Scientific American | February 12, 2015

U.S. Headed for Megadrought in 21st Century, Scientists Warn
PBS | February 12, 2015

Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Rock, and Burying It
New York Times | February 10, 2015

Waking Beasts: Underwater Volcanoes Roused By Ice Ages
LiveScience | February 5, 2015

Undersea Volcanoes Erupt With Gravity, Shifting Earth?s Climate
Scientific American | February 5, 2015

Study Finds How Unseen Volcanoes May Influence Earth?s Climate
ClickGreen | February 5, 2015

Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change
redorbit | January 31, 2015

Greenland's Glaciers and Climate Change
CBS 60 Minutes | January 31, 2015

Wrong, But Right, About a Winter Storm
CNN | January 28, 2015

Supercomputing the Evolution of a Hardy Flower
Texas Advanced Computing Center | January 27, 2015

The Southwest's Most Important Number
Ensia | January 20, 2015

British Geologist Wins Vetlesen Prize for Volcano Work
BBC | January 20, 2015

British Volcanologist Wins Earth Science 'Nobel' Prize
The Conversation | January 20, 2015

Avoiding a Second Dustbowl Across the U.S.
Yale Climate Connections | January 20, 2015

Moisture Shortfall, Heat Threaten Southwestern Forests
Climate Central | January 13, 2015

What Haiti Needs to Do Next
Time | January 12, 2015

The 40,000-Mile Volcano
New York Times | January 12, 2015

Five Years After the Haiti Earthquake
Al Jazeera | January 11, 2015

To Scuttle Climate Talks, Republicans May Try to Stop EPA Plan
Forbes | January 8, 2015

Focusing on Lasting Legacy Prompts Environmental Action
Science Daily | January 8, 2015

The Mesozoic: Age of Dinosaurs
LIveScience | January 7, 2015

Hot, Unfriendly Skies Could Alter Flights
Climate Central | January 7, 2015

Improving NYC Schools By Improving Students' Health
WNYC | January 6, 2015

Experts Dismiss North Korea's 'Hydrogen Bomb' Test
International Business Times | January 6, 2015

New York City and the Climate of the Future
WNYC | December 28, 2014

Making a Difference for LGBT Scientists
Scientific American | December 24, 2014

Risks That Must Be Managed With or Without Climate Change
Los Angeles Times | December 19, 2014

Climate Change Could Make It Harder for Planes to Lift Off
gizmodo | December 19, 2014

Secondary Schools' Primary Importance
Project Syndicate | December 19, 2014

Bigger Future Storms Could Cause More Blackouts
NBC News | December 16, 2014

We Could See More 'Hot Droughts' Like California's
Five Thirty Eight | December 16, 2014

For Needy Students, Eyeglasses Open Portal to Learning
New York Times | December 15, 2014

Under the Ice, Antarctica's Never-Never Land
Daily Mail | December 15, 2014

Flying the Skies, Reaching for the Stars
Columbia College Today | December 15, 2014

California Drought More Natural Than Manmade, Study Says
Bloomberg News | December 8, 2014

A Pacific Isle, Radioactive and Forgotten
New York Times | December 4, 2014

Are Smartphones Right for West Africa's Ebola Fight?
Politico | December 2, 2014

Ebola: Out of the Headlines, But on the Horizon
CNN | November 28, 2014

Global Warming May Cause More Weight Restrictions for Airlines
Phys.org | November 27, 2014

Polar Vortex: How I Learned to Love an Overused Buzzword
Salon | November 22, 2014

Ocean Acidity Maps Reveal Worst of Climate Change
Scientific American | November 21, 2014

Maps Show Bering Sea Holds World's Most Acidic Ocean Waters
Alaska Dispatch | November 21, 2014

Dust Bowl Was Worst Drought of Last Millennium, Study Finds
Weather Channel | November 21, 2014

Antarctica's Mysterious Mountains, Preserved by Ice
LiveScience | November 20, 2014

Studying Alaska?s Ice and Snow to Track Climate Change
PBS Newshour | November 18, 2014

The Dust Bowl Really Was That Bad
Bakersfield Californian | November 18, 2014

40 Years of Scratching Reveals Ocean Acidification Data
Climate Central | November 18, 2014

Researchers Crack Open Ice to Find Tiniest Arctic Creatures
PBS Newshour | November 14, 2014

Where Humans Have Made the Oceans Most Acidic
VICE News | November 12, 2014

Look What We've Done to the World's Oceans
Salon | November 11, 2014

Maya Tolstoy: Seafloor Volcano and Earthquake Scientist
Conversations With Creative Women | November 11, 2014

Is NYC Safe From Storms? Of Course Not.
The Guardian | November 5, 2014

'Medieval Warm Period' Wasn't Global or All That Warm
Inside Climate News | November 4, 2014

A Messenger From Mercury
Planetary Radio | November 3, 2014

How Ebola Exacerbates West Africa's Poverty Crisis
Scientific American | November 1, 2014

Halting Ebola: How Small Changes Could Make a Big Difference
LiveScience | October 29, 2014

A New Exploration Era for Our Changing Poles
Bruce Museum | October 28, 2014

On Sandy Anniversary, Climate Change Means More Big Storms
International Business Times | October 28, 2014

EarthObserver for iPad
PC Magazine | October 23, 2014

U.S. Tornadoes Form in Swarms
Scientific American | October 16, 2014

Worst Drought of Last 1,000 Years Was 1934
Gizmodo | October 15, 2014

Is Another Dust Bowl Coming?
LiveScience | October 15, 2014

Extreme High Tides Could Flood New York City Streets
WNYC | October 13, 2014

New Initiative Links Health and Learning at Elementary Schools
Columbia Spectator | October 7, 2014

How Climate Change May Have Shaped Human Evolution
Smithsonian | September 30, 2014

Was Climate Change Responsible for Hurricane Sandy?
WNYC | September 29, 2014

Fault Lines: Facts About Cracks in the Earth
LiveScience | September 26, 2014

Why These 15 Scientists Marched for Climate Change Action
Popular Science | September 23, 2014

Australia Conspicuous in Its Absence in Climate Debate
Sydney Morning Herald | September 22, 2014

Scientists Rebut NY Times Op Ed That Says 'Don't Plant Trees'
mongabay.com | September 22, 2014

Students Kill Invasive Wetland Plants
National Geographic News | September 20, 2014

The People's March Against Climate Change
NPR Science Friday | September 19, 2014

Behind the People's Climate March
NY1 | September 19, 2014

How Can We Stop the World From Having Too Many Babies?
Grist | September 15, 2014

Emerald Green Arabian Sea May Herald Ecosystem Disaster
LiveScience | September 9, 2014

Science: What Can It Do for the Sustainable Development Goals?
SciDevNet | September 5, 2014

In the Parching West, It's Starting to Feel Like 1159 AD
New York Times | September 4, 2014

Megadroughts: A Threat to Civilization
USA Today | September 3, 2014

Humanity's Incredible Run of Luck Might Be Coming to an End
Salon | September 3, 2014

Queens Can Help Save the Earth
Queens Chronicle | August 28, 2014

Forecasts: Hopes and Fears About Climate Change
New York Times | August 23, 2014

Did Climate Shocks Shape Human Evolution?
Scientific American | August 20, 2014

Can a Cold War Remnant Help Stem the Slaughter of Elephants?
Columbia magazine | August 14, 2014

CO2 Capture from Air Could Ripen Into Climate Solution
Cimatewire | August 8, 2014

World Trade Center Ship Gets Its Birth Date
The New Yorker | August 7, 2014

Africa: The Game Changer for Global Food Secuirty
The Hill | August 6, 2014

Global Economic Losses From Cyclones Can Linger for Decades
Physorg.com | August 5, 2014

Tackling the Mystery of Shipwreck Under the World Trade Center
Daily Mail | July 29, 2014

Tree Rings Solve World Trade Center Ship Mystery
HIstory.com | July 28, 2014

A Rock-Solid Solution to Excess Carbon Dioxide
Slate | July 27, 2014

What Happens If a Nation Drowns?
PBS Newshour | July 27, 2014

Antarctic Station Adds Whales to Long-Term Ecology Study
Antarctic Sun | July 25, 2014

How Climate Science Gets Done in Icy Fjords of Greenland
Popular Science | July 22, 2014

What Has Happened to El Nino?
BBC World Service | July 21, 2014

A Mission to Separate Organic Waste in New York City Trash
New York Times | July 18, 2014

Super-Strong El Nino Now Off the Table
Slate | July 17, 2014

U.S. Raises Threat of a New York Quake
New York Times | July 17, 2014

5 Questions For Jeffrey Sachs on Decarbonizing the Economy
Environment 360 | July 15, 2014

8 Misconceptions About El Nino
Huffington Post | July 10, 2014

Blueprints for Containing the Climate Crisis
New York Times | July 8, 2014

The Limits of Current Climate Negotiations
Korea Herald | July 8, 2014

UN Given Roadmap on How to Avoid Climate Catastrophe
The Guardian | July 8, 2014

Cooperation, Ingenuity Needed to Avert Climate Disaster
Climate Central | July 8, 2014

Can Artificial Trees Help Take CO2 From the Air?
Huffington Post | July 2, 2014

The Brazen Scientist Who's Taking Over NASA's Climate Lab
Grist | July 1, 2014

Global Warming Makes Drought Come Earlier, Harder, Faster
The Guardian | June 29, 2014

New York Will Have to Become Like Venice
Next City | June 25, 2014

Steven Cohen on Understanding Environmental Policy
Columbia University Press | June 25, 2014

Undocumented Children Need Charitable Help
USA Today | June 25, 2014

Big Data and Climate Clues Helping Prevent Disease Outbreaks
Forbes | June 22, 2014

Universal Basic Education: The Millennium Goal Everyone Forgot
Washington Post | June 22, 2014

Making Every Day the Day of the African Child
Huffington Post | June 18, 2014

Five Unconventional Ways to Tap Fresh Water
Nature | June 18, 2014

Will Obama's New Emissions Rule Survive Challenges?
Environment 360 | June 17, 2014

Frozen Underworld Discovered Beneath Greenland Ice Sheet
The Guardian | June 16, 2014

Refreezing Water Causes Weird Warps in Greenland Ice
Climate Central | June 16, 2014

To Avoid World Cup Water Shortage, Brazil Taps Reserves
mashable | June 12, 2014

A 'Science Warrior' Is Chosen to Lead Key NASA Climate Lab
Science | June 9, 2014

Corporate Research Grants, With Almost No Strings Attached
Science Business | June 5, 2014

Study Shows Ocean Acidification Fast Outpaces Past Changes
Weather Network | June 3, 2014

By 2100, Ocean Acidity Will Double
Motherboard | June 3, 2014

Will El Nino Lead to Extreme Weather This Year?
NPR Here & Now | May 28, 2014

The Children Working in America's Tobacco Fields
Huffington Post | May 27, 2014

How Bad Is California's Drought?
CNN New Day | May 16, 2014

The Woman Who Saw Beneath the Oceans
Skeptic Blog | May 14, 2014

Can New White House Report Sway Climate Skeptics?
MSNBC | May 11, 2014

John Allen: Scientist With an Eye on the Storm
Climate Central | May 8, 2014

Will White House Climate-Change Report Spark Action?
Democracy Now | May 7, 2014

Climate Assessment Paints Stark Picture of Potential Damage
Los Angeles Times | May 6, 2014

Climate Study Finds U.S. Is Already Widely Affected
New York Times | May 6, 2014

5 Things Environmentalists Want From U.S. Climate Report
NBC News | May 6, 2014

Climate Change Disrupting Americans' Lives, Says U.S. Report
NPR Here & Now | May 6, 2014

Will Dire U.S. Report on Climate Change Bring Action?
Al Jazeera | May 6, 2014

Extreme Rains Come More Often in Northeast, Says Report
WNYC | May 6, 2014

New 'Cli-Fi' Game Sends Players Clues From the Future
Scientific American | May 2, 2014

April Will Be First Full Month Ever With CO2 Above 400 PPM
Climate Central | April 22, 2014

Drought Could Have Lasting Effect in Eastern US
redOrbit | April 18, 2014

Scientists Urge More Research Dollars for Pulling CO2 From Air
ClimateWire | April 16, 2014

Future Droughts Could Be Worse Than Expected
Astrobiology | April 11, 2014

Can CO2 Removal Save the Planet?
Al Jazeera | April 10, 2014

Maureen Raymo's 'Climate Symphony'
Yale Forum on Climate Change | April 8, 2014

Federal Budget Proposals Split Over Energy
International Business Times | April 6, 2014

After 22 Years, Polar Researchers Still Find Surprises
Antarctic Sun | April 4, 2014

Less Rain Not the Only Risk in Projected Droughts
CBS News | April 2, 2014

Earthquake Potential for New York City
WPIX TV | April 2, 2014

Warming Temperatures Could Dry Out a Third of the Planet
Climate Central | April 2, 2014

A Question of Atmosphere, on Earth and Beyond
phys.org | April 1, 2014

Digging Deep for Safer Water
Chemistry World | March 27, 2014

Meningitis Outbreaks Linked to Wind and Dust Levels
Guardian | March 25, 2014

New Zealand Dust May Have Cooled Earth During Ice Age
LiveScience | March 24, 2014

Is the U.S. Running Out of Well Water?
CBS News | March 20, 2014

Mercury Is Wrinkling Like a Raisin
Forbes | March 17, 2014

Climate Conditions Help Forecast Meningitis Outbreak
Astrobiology | March 17, 2014

Please Explain: Glaciers
WNYC Leonard Lopate | March 14, 2014

Did Rainy Climate Aid Genghis Khan?
Los Angeles Times | March 14, 2014

NY Regulator, Utility Embrace Plan to Climate-Proof Power Grid
Inside Climate News | March 12, 2014

3D Maps Show Lead Persists in Oceans
Fast Company | March 11, 2014

Mongol Empire May Have Risen During Abrupt Climate Shift
ClimateWire | March 11, 2014

Weather May Have Helped Genghis Khan
Toronto Star | March 10, 2014

El Nino May Bring Rain for California
Los Angeles Times | March 9, 2014

Warm, Wet Times Led to Mongol Rise
Smithsonian | March 9, 2014

Wet Climate Helped Genghis Khan Conquer Asia
The Conversation | March 9, 2014

Finding New Worlds in a City's Old Snow Piles
New York Times | March 5, 2014

NY State Expects Utilities to Prep for Climate Change
Climate Central | February 26, 2014

Antarctic Glacier Thinned as Rapidly in Past
Scientific American | February 21, 2014

An Ecosystem Feels the Human Touch
Astrobiology | February 20, 2014

Massive Landslide Detected in Remote Alaska
LiveScience | February 20, 2014

What's Causing a Spike in Oklahoma Earthquakes?
The Nation | February 19, 2014

Where Does Road Salt Come From?
National Geographic | February 19, 2014

Science Linking Drought to Climate Remains Under Dispute
New York Times | February 17, 2014

Can the U.S. Compel Global Collaboration on Climate?
PBS Newshour | February 17, 2014

Wacky Weather--Or Changing Climate?
RNN TV | February 14, 2014

Wacky Weather--Or Changing Climate? (part 2)
RNN TV | February 13, 2014

Hot Heads in Cold Weather
The New Yorker | February 7, 2014

Why Winter Olympics Bypass the Southern Hemisphere
LiveScience | February 4, 2014

Greens Still See Red on Nuclear Power
National Journal | February 3, 2014

Time for a New Wave of Privatization?
The Economist | February 3, 2014

Absorbing the Runoff
Columbia magazine | February 1, 2014

Dead Plants Hold Earthquake Secrets
LiveScience | January 24, 2014

New Grant Will Launch Extreme Weather Research Initiative
Columbia Spectator | January 22, 2014

If You See Something, Say Something
New York Times | January 17, 2014

Why Weather Affects Beliefs on Climate
LiveScience | January 14, 2014

Attitudes Toward Climate Are At Mercy of the Weather
Christian Science Monitor | January 14, 2014

Cold Outside? More Global Warming Disbelief Is on the Way
Scientific American | January 13, 2014

Record Cold Doesn't Disprove Global Warming
CNN | January 7, 2014

Climate Scientists Pose for Pinup Calendar
Scientific American | December 26, 2013

Halley?s Comet May Be Linked to Famine 1,500 Years Ago
LiveScience | December 18, 2013

Yellowstone Supervolcano Is Bigger Than Previously Thought
WNYC The Takeaway | December 16, 2013

Is the West's Dry Spell Really a Megadrought?
Climate Central | December 12, 2013

'Butterflies of the Sea' Record Ocean History in Their Shells
AGU Blogs | December 11, 2013

What We Owe Our Kids on Climate
CNN | December 6, 2013

Experts Dramatically Lower 'Safe' Limit for Global Warming
Scientific American | December 4, 2013

UN Target Will Fail to Stop Climate Disaster, Scientists Warn
The Guardian | December 4, 2013

Study Rebuts IPCC, Calls for More Severe Emissions Cuts
Climate Central | December 4, 2013

Climate Scientist Hansen Challenges 2C Threshold
ClimateWire | December 4, 2013

Climate Scientists: IPCC Is Wrong
Popular Mechanics | December 4, 2013

Paper Offers Sweeping Plan to Decarbonize Global Economy
Yale e360 | December 4, 2013

11 Cities That May Run Out of Water Sooner Than You Think
Huffington Post | December 4, 2013

Biology's Coefficient
The Scientist | December 1, 2013

Typhoon Haiyan Exposes Perspectives on Climate Change
Australian Broadcasting Corp. | November 25, 2013

The Challenge of Megadrought
Nature | November 21, 2013

How and Where Should We Rebuild After Natural Disasters?
NPR All Things Considered | November 18, 2013

Monitoring a Climate Epidemic
Los Angeles Times | November 15, 2013

Climate 'Models' for Every Month of 2014
Climate Central | November 15, 2013

Is Your State Ready for Climate Disasters?
Mother Jones | November 12, 2013

How Oysters Could Save New York
Bloomberg News | November 12, 2013

How Future Storms Will Claim a Bigger Toll
CNN | November 10, 2013

Check Out These High-Fashion Climate Models
Jefferson Public Radio | November 4, 2013

Pacific Ocean Warming 15 Times Faster Than Ever Before
The Independent | October 31, 2013

Pacific Warming 15 Times Faster Than in Past 10,000 Years
Washington Post | October 31, 2013

Hot in the City
BBC Radio 4 | October 30, 2013

Sandy Showed That Our Rebuilding Policies Need Reform
Al Jazeera America | October 29, 2013

The Scientist Who Helped Save New York's Subways
LiveScience | October 28, 2013

What We Didn't Learn From Superstorm Sandy
CNN | October 26, 2013

A Year After Sandy, City Sees Long, Expensive Road
ClimateWire | October 25, 2013

The Lessons of Superstorm Sandy
Living on Earth | October 25, 2013

The Man Who Warned of Sandy
Climate Central | October 22, 2013

How Somali Pirates Almost Halted Vital Climate Research
The Atlantic | October 16, 2013

New Soil Testing Kit for Developing Countries
Science Daily | October 16, 2013

Robin Bell: Polar Geophysicist, Sailor and More
The 51% | October 14, 2013

The Carbon Eaters
Columbia magazine | October 10, 2013

Climate Change Disrupts Arabian Sea With Voracious Plankton
Climatewire | October 9, 2013

Government Shutdown Could Reach to Antarctica
PRI's The World | October 7, 2013

Even Antarctica Feels Effects of Government Shutdown
NPR | October 7, 2013

Preparing NYC for Disaster Response
WNYC | October 4, 2013

Government Shutdown Stymies Scientific Research
WNYC | October 2, 2013

Geologists Take Drill to Triassic Park
Nature | October 1, 2013

Exploring CO2 Sequestration in the New York Suburbs
CBS Radio | September 30, 2013

Could Carbon Dioxide Be Stored Deep Beneath NYC?
LiveScience | September 25, 2013

Arsenic Contamination Threatens Water in Hanoi
New York Times | September 23, 2013

3 Natural Disasters We're Expecting
Al Jazeera | September 23, 2013

Global Warming to Shift Wind and Rain Belts
Redorbit | September 23, 2013

UN Brainstorms Next Round of Development Goals
Columbia Spectator | September 19, 2013

How 'Green Roofs' Could Cool Urban Heat Islands
Scientific American | September 19, 2013

The Big Questions About Sea-Level Rise
Scientific American | September 18, 2013

Climate Change Could Have Double Impact, Says Study
The Guardian | September 18, 2013

Could Fracking Store Millions of Tons of CO2 in Rock?
Climatewire | September 10, 2013

Should We Really Tell People the World Is Ending?
Huffington Post | September 4, 2013

Fracking Practices to Blame in Ohio Earthquakes
LiveScience | September 4, 2013

Carbon Storage Studies Grapple With Geology and Politics
Climate Central | September 3, 2013

Arctic Scientists Race to Uncover Warming's Effect on Birds
Aududon | September 1, 2013

Flying Low Over Greenland to Track Changes in the Ice Sheet
The Guardian | August 27, 2013

Scientists Track Greenland's Melting Ice Sheet With 'Ice Pod'
The Guardian | August 27, 2013

What Was 'Snowball Earth' Really Like?
Astrobiology | August 23, 2013

Headstone for an Apocalypse
New York Times | August 16, 2013

New Forensic Technique Could Cut Illegal Ivory Trade
Rockland Journal News | August 13, 2013

The Sociology of Sandy
LiveScience | August 12, 2013

Buried in Muck, Clues to Future NYC Drought
Mother Jones | August 9, 2013

Assessing Slash and Burn Agriculture
WAMC public radio | August 9, 2013

Why North America Is Key to Ice Ages
Christian Science Monitor | August 8, 2013

Slight Global Warming May Come from Ozone Winds
RedOrbit | August 8, 2013

'Highway From Hell' Quickly Fed Deadly Volcano
LiveScience | August 1, 2013

New Goals in Sight to Reduce Poverty and Hunger
The Lancet | August 1, 2013

Detroit's Bankruptcy: The Bigger Problem
USA Today | July 29, 2013

Pilot Projects Bury Carbon Dioxide in Basalt
Nature | July 26, 2013

Adapting to Climate Change in Arid Chile
Earth & Sky | July 23, 2013

Earth and Moon--As Seen From Saturn and Mercury
NBC News | July 22, 2013

Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Discovered in Hudson River
Newsy | July 21, 2013

Study Forecasts Deadly Results of Warming in New York
Reuters TV | July 16, 2013

Wastewater Wells Trigger Earthquakes
NPR All Things Considered | July 13, 2013

Distant Quakes May Trigger Wastewater-Site Temblors
BBC News | July 12, 2013

Far-Off Quakes May Cause Temblors at Injection Wells
New York Times | July 12, 2013

Injection Wells Spawn Powerful Earthquakes
Scientific American | July 12, 2013

What Does 'Average' Mean?
WAMC public radio | July 8, 2013

Northeast Flooding: Yes, the Climate Really Is Different Now
Popular Mechanics | July 1, 2013

How Bomb Tests Could Date Illegal Ivory
LiveScience | July 1, 2013

Using Nuclear Fallout to Stop Black-Market Ivory
Popular Mechanics | July 1, 2013

Carbon From Nuclear Tests Could Help Fight Elephant Poachers
BBC | July 1, 2013

Planning in the Near Term for Climate Change
Columbia Record | June 30, 2013

Preparing for Climate Catastrophes
Deutsche Welle | June 25, 2013

Is NYC Climate Plan Enough to Fend Off Rising Seas?
Inside Climate News | June 24, 2013

Managing Water in a Dry Land
Huffington Post | June 19, 2013

U.S. Airports Face Threat From Rising Seas
Climate Central | June 18, 2013

East Antarctic Ice Shelves Melting at Surprising Pace
Christian Science Monitor | June 14, 2013

Beneficial Use of Science Key to Post-2015 Development
SciDev.net | June 12, 2013

NYC Prepares for Severe Weather in Future
Associated Press | June 11, 2013

Seafloor Earthquakes
TEDx | June 5, 2013

The Hudson River's Climate Records
WAMC public radio | June 3, 2013

Heat-Related Deaths Could Rise in Cities
CNC News | June 1, 2013

Deep Arctic Waters Still Flowed During Last Ice Age
LiveScience | May 31, 2013

Seafloor ?Breathing? Could Help Forecast Earthquakes
LiveScience | May 30, 2013

Does Climate Influence Volcanoes?
Chronicle of Higher Education | May 24, 2013

All Around U.S., Risks of Water Crisis Loom
Business Insider | May 21, 2013

Heat Deaths in New York Could Rise 20 Percent
Guardian | May 19, 2013

Study Projects Steep Increase in NYC Heat-Related Deaths
Climate Central | May 19, 2013

Storm of the Century--Every Two Years
Scientific American | May 15, 2013

A Vision of Our Transport Future
Nature | May 9, 2013

400PPM: Can Artificial Trees Help Pull CO2 From the Air?
Scientific American | May 9, 2013

Ignorance Leads to Fears of Burning Waste, Says Expert
South China Post | May 7, 2013

Earth Warmed More in Recent Decade Than in Last 1,400 Years
U.S. News & World Report | April 22, 2013

Uncovering Fossils and Ancient Mysteries in New Jersey
New Jersey.com | April 21, 2013

How Can Psychologists Help the Earth?
Newswise | April 19, 2013

Climate Model Fails to 'Predict' U.S. Droughts
Nature | April 16, 2013

Earth Day Action, Far and Near
Nyack News & Views | April 16, 2013

Should Utilities Be Required to Bury Power Lines to Protect Them?
Wall Street Journal | April 15, 2013

Will We Ever Understand the 2012 Drought?
Christian Science Monitor | April 14, 2013

Ancient Shark-Tooth Swords Reveal Long-Lost Species
The Week | April 4, 2013

Doubling Down on Our Faustian Bargain
Huffington Post | April 3, 2013

Nuclear Power Prevents More Deaths Than It Causes, Says Study
Chemical & Engineering News | April 2, 2013

Climate Maverick to Quit NASA
New York Times | April 1, 2013

Can the World Afford Cheap Water?
Scientific American | March 29, 2013

Researchers Develop Tool to Monitor Ice Sheets
Columbia Spectator | March 29, 2013

Study Links 2011 Oklahoma Quake to Technique at Oil Wells
New York Times | March 28, 2013

Quake Tied to Oil-Drilling Waste Adds Pressure for Rules
Bloomberg News | March 27, 2013

Oklahoma Earthquake Linked to Oil Extraction Wastewater
BBC News | March 27, 2013

Oklahoma Earthquake Was Largest Linked to Injection Wells, New Study Suggests
Oklahoma StateImpact | March 27, 2013

Fracking's Latest Scandal: Earthquake Swarms
Mother Jones | March 27, 2013

The Amazon's Invisible 'Flying Rivers'
BBC Future | March 27, 2013

Listening With Seismology Could Predict Landslides
LiveScience | March 22, 2013

The Shaky Side of Landslides
Science | March 22, 2013

America's Water: The World's Water
Huffington Post | March 22, 2013

Huge Volcano Eruptions May Have Paved Way for Dinosaurs
Popular Science | March 21, 2013

Volcano-Induced Die-Off Paved Way for Dinosaurs, Study Suggests
Los Angeles Times | March 21, 2013

How to Triple Food Production in Africa
Huffington Post | March 19, 2013

Shift in Rainfall May Affect Mexico, U.S.
UPI | March 12, 2013

Historical Riches Sit at Bottom of Hudson River
USA Today | March 12, 2013

How to Adjust to Rising Sea Levels
Wall Street Journal | March 7, 2013

New York's Tipping Point in Response to Climate Change
Financial Times | March 1, 2013

Wet Times Are Masking New York's Real Drought Risk
Climate Central | February 28, 2013

North Korea Gives Few Clues on Its Nuclear Program
New York Times | February 13, 2013

Saving the Past in Dying Trees
Science | February 11, 2013

Fate of the World Takes Center Stage
New York Times | February 11, 2013

Human-Caused and Natural Warming Have Different Effects
Christian Science Monitor | February 1, 2013

U.S. Northeast Tremor Caused by Sonic Boom, Not Earthquake
Reuters | January 28, 2013

How We Can Prepare for Future Disasters
Huffington Post | January 28, 2013

Risk of Hurricane Sandy-Like Surge Events Rising
Climate Central | January 24, 2013

Shrinking the Urban Footprint
Gotham Gazette | January 24, 2013

'Soundings,' a Book on a Woman Who Mapped the Seafloor
New York Times | January 24, 2013

Carbon Capture Technologies That Could Help Fight Climate Change
Earth Island Journal | January 24, 2013

NASA Retirees Who Have No Climate Expertise Attack NASA Scientists Who Do
Skeptical Science | January 24, 2013

How High Could the Earth's Tides Go?
New York Times | January 22, 2013

New York's Post Sandy Future
Gotham Gazette | January 17, 2013

The Challenges of Facing Climate Extremes
Inside Climate News | January 16, 2013

Fracking Shakes Up the Earth
Albany Times-Union | January 16, 2013

Predicting When the Next Sandy Will Hit
WNYC | January 2, 2013

Climate Change Could Cut Western Water Runoff
Los Angeles Times | December 27, 2012

Guardian of Gotham
Nature | December 19, 2012

Satellite Data Helps Predict Meningitis Outbreaks
Inside Science | December 18, 2012

New York Planners Prep for a 'New Normal' of Powerful Storms
NPR Morning Edition | December 13, 2012

An Iceless Arctic: Can Anything Be Saved?
WAMC public radio | December 13, 2012

Method for Mapping Hotspots of Lead Could Safeguard Children
New York Times | December 11, 2012

How Should New York Rebuild?
New York Times | December 6, 2012

New Report Finds Future Sea Level Rise Will Be Significant
WMHT public radio | December 6, 2012

Genghis Khan's Rise Probably Aided by Climate
The Economist | December 5, 2012

Global Water Crisis: Is It Mainly Lack of a Plan?
Christian Science Monitor | December 4, 2012

Looking to Cities in Search of Global Warming?s Silver Lining
New York Times | November 26, 2012

Climate Change Could Be Farm-Friendly ... Or Not
NPR Need to Know | November 24, 2012

People Who Mattered in 2012: The Cassandra of Hurricane Sandy
Time | November 24, 2012

U.S. Politicians Urged to Seize Sandy Moment on Climate Change
Guardian | November 22, 2012

Will the U.S. Surpass Saudi Arabia in Oil Production?
Popular Mechanics | November 20, 2012

Himalayan Glaciers Will Keep Shrinking Regardless of Temperature
Redorbit.com | November 16, 2012

Climate Science and Sandy
WNYC Brian Lehrer | November 15, 2012

Five Ways Rapid Warming Is Changing the Arctic
LiveScience | November 15, 2012

Inside the Army's Arctic Simulation Lab
Wired | November 14, 2012

Despite Risk, Many Can't Resist Living By the Water
NPR Talk of the Nation | November 12, 2012

How to Improve Coastal Cities' Climate Resilience
Scientific American | November 9, 2012

Can We Wall Out the Sea?
NPR On Point | November 8, 2012

How to Survive the Next Big Storm
Scientific American | November 7, 2012

Peak CO2 Emission
WAMC public radio | November 6, 2012

The Weight of Hurricane Sandy
The Atlantic | November 6, 2012

Superstorm Sandy and Sea-Level Rise
ClimateWatch | November 6, 2012

The Anthropocene (Part 3)
BBC World Service | November 5, 2012

Protecting New York, Before Next Time
New York Times | November 4, 2012

The Anthropocene (Part 2)
BBC World Service | November 4, 2012

Fixing NYC's Underground Power Grid Is No Easy Task
NPR Morning Edition | November 2, 2012

Effects of Climate on NY--and on One Man Who Predicted Them
NPR Living on Earth | November 2, 2012

Worrying Beyond Hurricane Sandy
New York Times | November 1, 2012

A Crisis Foretold: Studies Warned NY Was Threatened by Climate
Democracy Now! | November 1, 2012

Sandy Raises Questions About Climate and the Future
NPR Fresh Air | November 1, 2012

NY Subway Flooding Eerily Matches Climate Model
NPR Marketplace | November 1, 2012

High-Def Storm Models Yielded Accurate Predictions
NPR All Things Considered | October 31, 2012

In Wake of Sandy, Climate Change Raises Stakes for New York
CNN | October 29, 2012

Salt Water Jeopardizes NY Subways
Wall Street Journal | October 29, 2012

Sandy Is a Wake-Up Call on Sea-Level Rise
BBC's The World | October 29, 2012

Predicting a Storm Surge Into New York City's Subways
The Atlantic | October 28, 2012

As Stakes Rise, Can We Stop Catastrophic Climate Change?
BBC/PRI's The World | October 21, 2012

Measuring the Impact of Bhutan's Melting Glaciers
BBC/PRI's The World | October 20, 2012

Did North Korea Really Light Up a Nuke in 2010?
Popular Mechanics | October 16, 2012

How Business Is Trying to Solve the Global Sanitation Crisis
Guardian | October 16, 2012

Why Climate Negotiations Focused on Catastrophe Will Fail
PhysOrg | October 16, 2012

Still Seeking a 'Plan A' for Sustainability
Scientific American | October 15, 2012

Can We Really Spot Covert Nuclear Tests?
New Scientist | October 15, 2012

The Game of Climate Poker
Groks Science Radio | October 14, 2012

Extreme Weather Adds Urgency on Climate Policy
Climate Central | October 12, 2012

Paying the True Cost of Fossil Fuels
LiveScience | October 12, 2012

Temperature Target May Doom Climate Talks
Climate Central | October 8, 2012

Glacier and Climate Mysteries in Shangri-La
New York Times | October 1, 2012

Arctic Hotter Now Than in Past 1,800 Years
Mother Jones | September 27, 2012

Next Global Warming Worry: Thawing Tundra
CNN | September 24, 2012

Did a Meteorite Kickstart the Age of Dinosaurs?
Daily Mail | September 19, 2012

As Arctic Sea Ice Hits Historic Low, Scientists See Global Impact
Free Speech Radio | September 19, 2012

'Planetary Emergency' Due to Arctic Melt, Experts Warn
Agence France-Presse | September 19, 2012

Can Polar Melting Affect Earth's Tilt and Spin?
New York Times | September 18, 2012

Researchers Unveil Facebook-Inspired CO2 Calculator
Business Green | September 18, 2012

Did Dinosaurs' Reign Begin, as Well as End, With a Meteorite?
Scientific American | September 17, 2012

How One Man Helped Change the Way Farmers Water Crops
Wall Street Journal | September 15, 2012

A Red Tide Epidemic?
New York Times | September 13, 2012

New Study Shows How Fast Ice Sheets Can Change
Climate Central | September 13, 2012

Dinosaur Tracks Lead a New Jersey Man to His Life's Pursuit
The Progress | September 13, 2012

New York Lags as Seas and Risks Rise, Critics Warn
New York Times | September 11, 2012

Advocates Press New York on Possibly Harmful Waterway Cleanup
DNAinfo | September 11, 2012

Recent Advances in Monitoring Nuclear Tests
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Ban Organization | September 10, 2012

Mayans Made Drought Worse With Crops
UPI | August 21, 2012

Gauging Global Warming's Impact on Asia's Monsoon
e360 | August 20, 2012

Shark-Tooth Weapons Reveal Lost Biodiversity
Nature | August 17, 2012

An Interview With the 'Father of Global Warming'
Science | August 16, 2012

Mega-Drought in Our Future
NPR On Point | August 14, 2012

Climate Insight From a Magical Mountain Range
New York Times | August 13, 2012

Heat Waves Blamed on Global Warming
Nature | August 10, 2012

Extreme Heat Events Connected to Climate Change
PBS Newshour | August 4, 2012

Climate Change Is Here and Worse Than We Thought
Washington Post | August 3, 2012

How Earth's 'Hum' Could Be Used to Predict Earthquakes
LiveScience | August 2, 2012

How We Can Improve Climate Information for Africa
SciDevNet | August 1, 2012

Wallace Broecker Battles the Angry Climate Beast
Columbia College Today | July 31, 2012

The Great Drying Strikes Again
Time | July 31, 2012

Climate carbon technologies considered
UPI online | July 26, 2012

Tiny Sea Creatures Ride Rogue Currents to Arctic Waters
LiveScience | July 25, 2012

Loading the Climate Dice
New York Times | July 23, 2012

Shared Solar Grids Bring Power to Isolated African Villages
Earth & Sky | July 20, 2012

The Remarkable Woman Who Mapped the Ocean Floor
Nature | July 12, 2012

Why We Should Expect More Weather Disasters
CNN | July 11, 2012

The Human Connection to Extreme Weather
CNN International | July 11, 2012

Irrigation Pioneer Garners Top Prize
The Jewish Week | June 27, 2012

Geeks for Good
The Economist | June 27, 2012

A Carbon Sequestration Graveyard Beneath Jersey?
Newark Star-Ledger | June 26, 2012

Enriching Lives in Brazil With Running Water
Guardian | June 21, 2012

Along the Hudson, Fallen Slab Jolts a Landscape of Towering Cliffs
New York Times | June 20, 2012

Israeli Irrigation Expert Wins World Food Prize
Jerusalem Post | June 13, 2012

Water Expert Crosses Religious, Political Lines to Win World Food Prize
Christian Science Monitor | June 13, 2012

Water, Food and Air Are Not Free
Earth Times | June 7, 2012

Why Did Life Almost Die Out 200 Million Years Ago?
BBC | May 17, 2012

Sea Level, Scientists and Society
Greenwich Citizen | May 16, 2012

Scientist Studies Microscopic Plant Life in Ice
Arctic Sounder | May 11, 2012

Timelines in Timber: Inside a Tree-Ring Laboratory
Climate Central | May 3, 2012

Plants Respond to Climate Quicker Than Experiments Suggest
Scientific American | May 3, 2012

Scrubbing Carbon From the Air
City Atlas | May 1, 2012

Young Trees in a Hurry
New York Magazine | April 29, 2012

In Cities, Bright Is the New Black
Earth & Sky | April 26, 2012

Trees Benefit From Radiant Heat in Urban Areas
Gizmag | April 25, 2012

How Climate Change Might Drive Human Evolution
Earth & Sky | April 25, 2012

Climate Change Could Cripple New York Transportation
Climate Central | April 10, 2012

Rising Ocean Temperatures Prime Amazon for Fire
Scientific American | April 10, 2012

The UN's Happiness Agenda
The Atlantic | April 3, 2012

Africa-Wide Data System Aims to Boost Food Security
SciDev.Net | March 28, 2012

Can Microgrids Electrify 1 Billion People?
Green Tech | March 26, 2012

Real-Time Monitoring of a Haitian Watershed
Haiti Libre | March 25, 2012

The Global Energy-Water Food Challenge
Huffington Post | March 22, 2012

Abundant Rain May Have Spurred Genghis Khan's Expansion
Scientific American | March 21, 2012

Pulling CO2 From the Air: Can It Be Done?
The Economist | March 17, 2012

Tree Rings Indicate Atlantans Have Unsustainable Water Habits
Scientific American | March 15, 2012

Extraterrestial Photosynthesis
Astrobiology Magazine | March 15, 2012

Sinking Land Shows East Antarctic Ice Sheet Stable
New Scientist | March 14, 2012

Sinking Nations Pursue Legal Options to Stave Off Destruction
Forbes | March 12, 2012

Direct Air Capture of CO2 Becomes a Business, for Better or Worse
Energy Collective | March 12, 2012

New York's White Roofs Prove They're Cool
Miller-McCune magazine | March 8, 2012

Dire Poverty Falls Despite Global Slump
New York Times | March 7, 2012

A CO2 Warning Etched in Stone and Sediment
New York Times | March 1, 2012

Ocean Acidification May Be Worst of Last 300 Million Years
Ars Technica | March 1, 2012

A Chat With RealClimate Blogger Gavin Schmidt
New York Times blogs | February 23, 2012

Achieving World Food Security
WNYC Leonard Lopate | February 17, 2012

A Push to Cut Non-CO2 Emissions That Speed Climate Change
New York Times | February 15, 2012

The Future of Garbage
WNYC Leonard Lopate | February 10, 2012

Russians Punch Through to Antarctic Lake
NPR All Things Considered | February 9, 2012

How to Save the Atmosphere
WNYC Leonard Lopate | February 3, 2012

Climate Experts Predict Intensified Texas Drought
Houston Chronicle | February 1, 2012

New York City Energy Use All Over the Map
Wall Street Journal | February 1, 2012

Is Your Building Gobbling Energy?
New York Times | January 31, 2012

Repeated Drought in East Africa May Be Long-Term Trend
New Scientist | January 27, 2012

What if We Could Predict Tornadoes a Month Out?
Christian Science Monitor | January 27, 2012

Ubehebe Crater: Young, But Not About to Erupt
Wired | January 24, 2012

In Death Valley, Ancient Volcano Gives Scientists a Surprise
Christian Science Monitor | January 24, 2012

Climate Proposal Puts Practicality Ahead of Sacrifice
New York Times | January 17, 2012

Common Pollutants Key to Fixing Climate
Nature | January 17, 2012

Science Communicator of the Year
Earth & Sky | January 16, 2012

2012 Was One of Hottest Years on Record
LiveScience | January 15, 2012

To Slow Climate Change, Cut Soot, Ozone
NPR All Things Considered | January 13, 2012

How to Tackle Climate, Health and Food Crises--All at Once
Guardian | January 13, 2012

How to Buy Time Against Climate Change
Scientific American | January 12, 2012

Why Is It So Warm in January?
WNYC Brian Lehrer | January 10, 2012

Could U.S. Northeast Store CO2 Beneath Its Feet?
Popular Mechanics | January 6, 2012

Ohio Earthquake Likely Caused by Fracking Wastewater
Scientific American | January 4, 2012

Ohio Closes Disposal Wells After Earthquakes
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | January 3, 2012

Fracking Byproducts May Be Linked to Ohio Quakes
NPR All Things Considered | January 3, 2012

How Fracking Might Have Led to Ohio Quake
Christian Science Monitor | January 2, 2012

A Teak Record From Burma
Nature Climate Change | December 20, 2011

'Unresolvable' Conflicts: What to Do?
This American Life | December 16, 2011

Dead Sea Dried Up in Past
Science | December 12, 2011

Plant Studies Miss Full Effect of Climate Change
New Scientist | December 11, 2011

Talking With Shahid Naeem, Biosustainability Scientist
The Atlantic | December 10, 2011

Climate Information: Malian Farmers' Best Tool?
Reuters | December 9, 2011

U.S. Helps Bangladesh Study Earthquake Risk
SciDevNet | December 9, 2011

Did Maya Collapse Come From Deforestation?
Mongabay.com | December 8, 2011

Beyond Denial: The Next Frontier in Climate Change
Huffington Post | December 7, 2011

Earth May Become Increasingly Hostile to Agriculture
Scientific American | December 7, 2011

Cores Reveal When Dead Sea Died
BBC News | December 5, 2011

Could the Dead Sea Completely Vanish?
LiveScience | December 5, 2011

Maya May Have Caused Own Collapse
LiveScience | December 5, 2011

Ancient Dry Spells Offer Clues About Future Drought
Science Daily | December 5, 2011

Can Nations Agree on Anything? A Talk With Scott Barrett
The Atlantic | December 5, 2011

In the American Southwest: A Great Aridness
New York Times | December 1, 2011

The Science of Water and Climate: A Talk With Upmanu Lall
The Atlantic | November 30, 2011

Antarctic 'Ghost Mountains' Mystery Solved
BBC | November 17, 2011

NY Subways Prep for Climate Change
WNYC | November 17, 2011

How High Will Oceans Rise?
National Science Foundation | November 16, 2011

From Forests to Shore, How Climate May Affect New York State
New York Times | November 16, 2011

Scientists: NY State Must Prepare for Climate Change Now
Associated Press | November 16, 2011

Dark Days of the Triassic: Lost World
Nature | November 16, 2011

Forests Advance With Warming Climate
UPI | November 10, 2011

Top 10 Population Trends on Earth
Earth & Sky | November 6, 2011

7 Billion and Counting
WNYC Brian Lehrer | November 4, 2011

Population Researchers Find Room in Academe
Chronicle of Higher Education | October 30, 2011

7 Billion People: How Can This Go On?
Scientific American | October 28, 2011

We Don't Need Trees
Earth Times | October 28, 2011

Antarctic Glacier Will Retreat Faster, Say Scientists
International Business Times | October 27, 2011

Breaking Down Family Planning Barriers in a Nigerian Village
BBC News | October 27, 2011

A Pay-As-You-Go Approach to Powering the World
PhysOrg | October 26, 2011

Can Humanity Handle 7 Billion?
New York Times | October 24, 2011

Five Ways the World Will Change Radically This Century
LiveScience | October 20, 2011

Cities Will Feel Brunt as Population Passes 7 Billion
Scientific American | October 19, 2011

Helping Students Explore Health Impacts of Climate
Directions Magazine | October 18, 2011

Shifting Face of a 200 Million-Year-Old Mystery
BBC | October 13, 2011

Nonrecycled Plastics Could Be Energy Source for U.S.
American Chemistry Council | October 12, 2011

Subway Dust: A Gaping Hole in Health Research
ScienceLine | October 11, 2011

Can Humans Cause Earthquakes?
New York Times | October 10, 2011

Sustainability Lessons for the Big Apple
Forbes | October 10, 2011

Mobile Phone: Weapon Against Global Poverty
CNN | October 9, 2011

Ban Ki-moon on the Power to End Poverty
Project Syndicate | October 3, 2011

Vessel Explores Earthquakes Off Alaska
Columbia Record | September 23, 2011

After East Coast Quake, Geoscientists Get to Work
New York Times | September 13, 2011

How Are Ancient Stone Tools Dated?
New York Times | September 13, 2011

Climate Change Amplifying Texas Drought, Fires
Climate Central | September 7, 2011

Earthquakes Raise Concern for East Coast Nuclear Plants
New Jersey Newsroom | September 2, 2011

Earliest Signs of Advanced Tools Found
New York Times | August 31, 2011

Hydrofracking, Reassessed
WNYC Brian Lehrer | August 26, 2011

Seasons of Discontent
The Economist | August 25, 2011

Earthquake 101
WNYC Brian Lehrer | August 24, 2011

Warm, Wet - and Warring?
BBC News | August 24, 2011

The Six Biggest East Coast Quakes
ABC News | August 24, 2011

Can Climate Cause Civil War?
Time | August 24, 2011

El Nino Linked With Tropical Civil Wars
Washington Post | August 24, 2011

Global Geospatial Group to Promote Data Sharing
SciDev.Net | August 18, 2011

How Does Your Rooftop Grow?
LiveScience | August 16, 2011

Scientists Predict Undersea Volcano Eruption
AFP | August 9, 2011

A Perfect Storm of Sewage
Huffington Post | August 9, 2011

Where's a Car Charger When You Need One?
WFUV | August 2, 2011

Cleaning Up the Carbon Mess
Bloomberg TV | August 1, 2011

The Science of Drought Prediction
BBC World Service | July 14, 2011

Mining the Deep Sea
WNYC Leonard Lopate | July 8, 2011

New U.S. Funds for Research Collaborations in Developing World
Science | July 8, 2011

A Video That Will Change How You Think About Food
The Atlantic | July 6, 2011

The Mathematics of Middle East Peace
Huffington Post | July 5, 2011

Less Educated Women Have Fewer Children. Or Is It the Reverse?
Time | July 5, 2011

How Climate Is Affecting Cities
Earth & Sky | July 2, 2011

Extreme Weather and Climate Change
Scientific American | June 30, 2011

Averting a Locust Plague
Nature | June 29, 2011

Why an Antarctic Glacier Is Melting So Quickly
Time | June 28, 2011

Antarctica's Biggest Glacier Melts 50% Faster, Study Says
Bloomberg News | June 26, 2011

Climate Data Crucial to Humanitarian Agencies, Says Report
Environmental Protection | June 24, 2011

How Old Is Backyard Dirt?
New York Times | June 14, 2011

Unraveling the Story of a Shipwreck Found at Ground Zero
Scientific American | June 10, 2011

China's Water Problem
WNYC Brian Lehrer | June 10, 2011

Explore the Deep Seas With Google Earth Update
Wired | June 9, 2011

Redefining Marine Territories in a Changing World
Huffington Post | June 8, 2011

Food Security Has Global Ramifications
Politico | June 7, 2011

A Warming World Struggles to Feed Itself
New York Times | June 4, 2011

Are Peacemakers Helping or Harming?
Huffington Post | May 27, 2011

The Patterns of Earth's Cities
Earth & Sky | May 26, 2011

Islands May Keep Sovereignty Even if Rising Seas Drown Them
New York Times | May 25, 2011

Study Raises Doubt on Capturing Carbon Dioxide From Air
New York Times | May 9, 2011

Can the World Support 10 Billion People?
New York Times | May 4, 2011

How the Weather Can Soak Your Profits
Wall Street Journal | April 29, 2011

Can Earthquakes Shift Earth's Weather?
New York Times | April 26, 2011

Reactors, Residents and Risk
Nature | April 21, 2011

Climate Beliefs Change With Weather
Australian Broadcasting Corp. | April 8, 2011

Climate Opinions Shift With Temperature
UPI | April 6, 2011

India: Arid Land, Thirsty Crops
Scientific American | April 1, 2011

How Climate Change May Worsen Killer Diseases
ABC News | April 1, 2011

The Drying of East Africa
Nature | April 1, 2011

Pedro Sanchez, Soil Scientist
UCal Science Communication | March 28, 2011

Africa's Weather Data Should Be Free
Global Post | March 25, 2011

Blindsided by the Ferocity of a Fault
New York Times | March 22, 2011

Sizing Up the Japan Quake
CNN Anderson Cooper 360 | March 12, 2011

Japan Quake Could Have Been Even Worse
CNN | March 12, 2011

Seismologists Analyze the Japan Quake
Wall Street Journal | March 12, 2011

The Science of Tsunamis
WNYC Leonard Lopate | March 11, 2011

Heat Damages Colombia Coffee, Raising Prices
The New York Times | March 9, 2011

Bottoms Up for Antarctic Ice Sheets
NPR Morning Edition | March 3, 2011

Antarctic Ice Sheet Built 'Bottom-Up'
BBC | March 3, 2011

A Big Surprise Beneath the Ice
New York Times | March 3, 2011

Earth Observatory Will Open Access to Research
Columbia Spectator | March 1, 2011

Carbon Dioxide: From Pollutant to Asset
OnEarth | February 23, 2011

Submarines to Do Science Under Polar Ice
Nature | February 17, 2011

High-Tech Gadgets Measure the Human 'Exposome'
Nature | February 16, 2011

Researchers Look to Reduce Dominican Republic Quake Risk
Columbia Spectator | February 9, 2011

Deep Below Antarctic Ice, Lake May Soon See Light
NPR All Things Considered | February 3, 2011

Using Game Theory to Forecast Climate Action
Scientific American | January 28, 2011

From Gray Matter to Green Matter
Columbia Spectator | January 19, 2011

Quakes, Tectonic and Theoretical
New York Times | January 16, 2011

Jack Oliver, Who Proved Continental Drift, Dies at 87
New York Times | January 12, 2011

Key to Planet's Big Problems: Think Small
Boston Globe | January 10, 2011

New Environmental Recovery Program for Haiti
ReliefWeb | January 5, 2011

Casualties of Climate Change
Scientific American | January 1, 2011

Secrets Beneath the Ice
PBS NOVA | December 28, 2010

Canada Beckons Arctic Wildlife
The Economist | December 23, 2010

Ice Refuge May Be Polar Bears' Last Stand
USA Today | December 17, 2010

Where Polar Bears Might Go If Climate Doesn't Slow
Christian Science Monitor | December 16, 2010

Polar Bears Could Survive on Persisting Ice, Say Scientists
Nature | December 15, 2010

Framework Urged for Sustainable Investment
Gulf News | December 12, 2010

Biggest Earthquake in 18 Years Shakes New York Region
WNYC | November 30, 2010

Wall St. Journal Spins Climate Science, Again
Washington Post | November 15, 2010

As Glaciers Melt, Scientists Seek New Data on Rising Seas
New York Times | November 14, 2010

Monitoring Guinea's Election From Laptops in New York
WNYC | November 11, 2010

Earthquake Science: Beyond Bricks and Mortar
Nature Geoscience | October 29, 2010

Oil + Water
Columbia | October 15, 2010

NASA Scientist Projects Warmest Year on Record ... in 2012
Washington Post | October 5, 2010

Vans on the Run
New York Times | September 25, 2010

New Estimate of Gulf Oil Flow
PBS Newshour | September 23, 2010

Gulf Spill Volume Estimated From Video
BBC | September 23, 2010

Study Suggests Last U.S. Gulf Spill Estimate Was Right
Christian Science Monitor | September 23, 2010

Degraded Oil Coats Gulf Seafloor
LiveScience | September 21, 2010

In Kenya, Proof the Millennium Goals Can Work
The Independent | September 20, 2010

Has the UN Made the World a Better Place?
NPR Talk of the Nation | September 20, 2010

Millennium Goals, Five Years to Go
NYTIMES | September 17, 2010

'Not Enough Being Done' to End African Poverty
BBC Radio | September 13, 2010

Science in Action: Saving Energy
BBC World Service | September 3, 2010

What Saves More Energy?
CNN Money | September 2, 2010

Katrina: Hundreds of Names Still a Mystery
Houston Chronicle | August 31, 2010

Disaster Aftermath in the Face of a Child
Huffington Post | August 30, 2010

Am I an Activist for Caring About My Grandchildren?
The Guardian | August 26, 2010

More Than 4 Million Barrels of Oil Entered Gulf
New Scientist | August 26, 2010

Disasters Widen the Rich-Poor Gap
Nature | August 25, 2010

Waste to Energy: China Leads
Waste Management World | August 24, 2010

If a Country Sinks Under the Sea, Is It Still a Country?
New York Times | August 23, 2010

A New York Post Office's Green Roof
Scientific American | August 23, 2010

People Habitually Underestimate Their Energy Use
The Economist | August 23, 2010

Delusions Abound on Saving Energy
New York Times | August 18, 2010

Saving Energy: What Actually Works
Green Tech | August 18, 2010

Fighting Fallacies About Energy Efficiency
New Scientist | August 17, 2010

Green and Clueless
Newsweek | August 17, 2010

Drought Detective Predicts Drier Future for U.S. Southwest
Grist | August 12, 2010

Giant Iceberg Breaks as Term 'Global Warming' Hits 35
NPR All Things Considered | August 8, 2010

Time to Retire the Term 'Global Warming'?
Guardian | August 6, 2010

Short Term Meteorology Drove Last Winter's Snows
Scientific American | July 30, 2010

Monitoring the World's Agriculture
Nature | July 29, 2010

Lessons From Two Important Climate Forecasts
New York Times | July 29, 2010

Hunger: The Growing Problem
Nature | July 29, 2010

Obama Must Take a Lead on Climate Change -- and Soon
Guardian | July 28, 2010

Record Snows Not a Climate Symptom
UPI | July 26, 2010

Exploring the Geology of Gulf Oil
NPR Talk of the Nation | July 23, 2010

Ghana Should Use Oil Money to Develop Its Infrastructure
All Africa | July 19, 2010

Education for a Sustainable Future
Times of India | July 19, 2010

How Will a Hurricane Affect the Gulf Oil Spill?
Scientific American | July 15, 2010

Can't Stand the Heat? Move Out of the City
New York Times | June 29, 2010

2010 Hurricane Season Will Be Above Normal
Earth & Sky | June 28, 2010

Testing Wells to Help End an Arsenic Crisis
Earth & Sky | June 28, 2010

Antarctic Glacier Melt Explained
Christian Science Monitor | June 25, 2010

New Jersey: Living on the Fault Line
New Jersey Monthly | June 15, 2010

Scientists Explore Rare Tropical Glacier for Climate Clues
Christian Science Monitor | June 14, 2010

Gulf Spill's Environmental Impact, in Three Dimensions
Wall Street Journal | June 12, 2010

Africa Could Feed Itself, Says Soil Scientist
ABC News | June 10, 2010

Mysterious Mountains Found Hidden Below Antarctic Ice
Christian Science Monitor | June 10, 2010

BP Pins Hopes on Relief Wells to Stop Gulf Oil Spill
Scientific American | June 9, 2010

Universal Energy Needed, Report Says
UPI | June 7, 2010

What the Spill Will Kill
Newsweek | June 6, 2010

India's Nexus of Energy, Food and Water
Circle of Blue | June 4, 2010

2010 on Track As Warmest Year Ever
The Guardian | June 2, 2010

Washing Carbon Out of the Air
Scientific American | June 1, 2010

Low-Cost Thrills in Millennium Village Data
Huffington Post | May 31, 2010

Our Fix-It Faith and the Oil Spill
New York Times | May 30, 2010

We Have No Idea Where Deep-Water Oil Is Drifting
CNN.com | May 28, 2010

Vulcanism and Cataclysm
New York Times | May 25, 2010

The Measure of a Disaster
New York Times | May 23, 2010

Invasive Plant Increases Ozone Pollution
BBC News | May 20, 2010

Oil Spill a Catastrophe Worse Than Previously Thought
ABC World News | May 20, 2010

Researchers Launch Study of Indonesia Glaciers
Jakarta Post | May 20, 2010

Kudzu Could Increase Ozone Pollution
LiveScience | May 19, 2010

Gulf Oil Spill Could Be Much Worse Than Believed
NPR | May 14, 2010

Scientists Press BP to Release Film of Oil Leak
The Guardian | May 13, 2010

Tripling Crop Yields in Tropical Africa
Nature Geoscience | May 10, 2010

In Cornfield's Tremble, a Warning for New York
New York Times | April 29, 2010

Not Just World Malaria Day
Global Post | April 26, 2010

Tree Rings Map 700 Years of Asian Monsoons
Nature | April 22, 2010

Why All the Earthquakes?
Big Think | April 16, 2010

How Volcanoes Can Change the World
CNN.com | April 16, 2010

Should the U.S. Burn Its Trash?
New York Times blogs | April 13, 2010

How Have Hominids Handled Past Climate Change?
Scientific American | April 13, 2010

Madonna Launches Digital Learning Program
Look to the Stars | April 7, 2010

Heat-Toting Ocean Currents Chug Along
New York Times blogs | April 1, 2010

Population Paradox: Balancing Earth's Two Planets
Big Think | April 1, 2010

Drought, Flooding Led to Angkor Collapse
Los Angeles Times | March 31, 2010

Global Business
BBC World Service | March 30, 2010

Angkor Doomed by Drought, Floods, Tree-Ring Study Finds
USA Today | March 29, 2010

Climate Imperils State of the Planet---But Will the Planet Act?
Scientific American | March 26, 2010

State of the Planet
WNYC | March 24, 2010

Teams Set for First Taste of Antarctic Lakes
Nature | March 23, 2010

Scientists Plumb Depths Off Haiti
White House Office of Science and Technology | March 22, 2010

Sustaining Developments
Columbia Spectator | March 21, 2010

Leadership in the Time of Obama
Huffington Post | March 19, 2010

Tourism in Developing Nations: Benefit or Exploitation?
Huffington Post | March 16, 2010

Predicting the Future With Antarctic Ice
Popular Mechanics | March 15, 2010

Shower of Aid Brings Flood of Progress
New York Times | March 10, 2010

Columbia Launches Sustainable Development Major
Columbia Spectator | March 9, 2010

Shaking the City
New York magazine | March 5, 2010

Dinosaurs Might Be Older Than Previously Thought
U.S. News & World Report | March 4, 2010

Questions on How Climate Change Will Affect Disease
Scientific American | March 3, 2010

Global Warming Didn't Kill Golden Toad
ScienceNow | March 1, 2010

Working to Eradicate Hunger With the Millennium Villages Project
Earth & Sky | March 1, 2010

Why Chile Suffered Less Than Haiti
CNN | February 28, 2010

Disaster Awaits Cities in Earthquake Zones
New York Times | February 25, 2010

Hostage to Hot Air
The Guardian | February 16, 2010

Urban Growth, Farm Exports Drive Tropical Deforestation
Agence France-Presse | February 9, 2010

City Dwellers Drive 21st Century Deforestation
Scientific American | February 8, 2010

Haiti: How Greening Hillsides Can Help
Huffington Post | February 5, 2010

Methane Causes Vicious Cycle in Global Warming
NPR Morning Edition | January 26, 2010

Haiti: Addressing the Looming Threat
Newsweek | January 26, 2010

Donors Face Quandary in Haiti
NPR Talk of the Nation | January 26, 2010

Past Decade Was Warmest Ever
New York Times | January 22, 2010

Rebuilding Haiti From the Roots Up
Living on Earth | January 22, 2010

Aid Must Target Haiti's Underlying Issues
NPR All Things Considered | January 22, 2010

Donors Eye Billions to Rebuild Haiti
NPR | January 21, 2010

Haiti: Like Katrina, Only Worse
CNN | January 19, 2010

U.S. Fault Lines
ABC Good Morning America | January 18, 2010

Geoengineering in New York Harbor
Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC | January 14, 2010

What Caused the Haiti Quake?
Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC | January 13, 2010

Scientists Warned of Coming Quake
Newsweek | January 13, 2010

Classified Recording of First Fusion Bomb Found in Old Safe
Wired | January 12, 2010

UN Seeks to Eliminate Mother-Child HIV Transmission
allAfrica.com | January 11, 2010

Carbon Sequestration on the East Coast
NPR Science Friday | January 8, 2010

Where to Store CO2? Try the U.S. East Coast
Scientific American.com | January 4, 2010

Iceland's New Carbon Storage Project
Earth & Sky | December 28, 2009

Data to Expose 'Ghost Mountains'
BBC News | December 18, 2009

'Climategate' and the Tree Ring Divergence Problem
Christian Science Monitor | December 14, 2009

Copenhagen: What's At Stake?
PBS Worldfocus | December 8, 2009

What Happens When Your Country Drowns?
Mother Jones | December 1, 2009

Does the World Need Meat?
BBC News | December 1, 2009

Can We Avoid or Reverse Climate Dangers?
Scientific American | November 30, 2009

Whom Can You Trust on Climate Change?
The Herald | November 30, 2009

Crafting a Successful Climate Agreement
Earth & Sky | November 29, 2009

Climate Change: Tragedy of the Commons
NPR Morning Edition | November 27, 2009

Sewage Treatment and National Infrastructure
The Observer | November 25, 2009

Carbon Saturated Ocean
Living On Earth | November 20, 2009

Oceans Said to Absorb Fewer Emissions
New York Times | November 19, 2009

Rainforests Could Be Traded on World Market
BBC News | November 16, 2009

The Secret Life of Ancient Trees
Christian Science Monitor | November 10, 2009

Climate Psychology: Clues for Solving the Messaging Mystery
Grist | November 5, 2009

The Great Generalists
Global Brief | November 1, 2009

Can Renewable Energy Save the World?
Wall Street Pit | October 30, 2009

Climate Policy and Safe Investing
New York Times | October 27, 2009

A DC-8 Monitors Antarctica's Meltdown
Scientific American | October 26, 2009

Machine Trees
The Eye | October 14, 2009

Operation Ice Bridge
PRI's The World | October 12, 2009

NASA Flights Will Study Antarctic Changes
CNN | October 8, 2009

You Can't Eat Potential
On Line Opinion | October 7, 2009

Is Sustainable Agriculture Possible?
Earth & Sky | October 5, 2009

Southeast Drought Study Ties Water Shortage to Population
New York Times | October 2, 2009

Growing Population Poses Malthusian Question
Scientific American | October 2, 2009

Climate Insurance in Africa--For $5 a Year
New York Times | September 30, 2009

Farmed Out: How Will Climate Change Impact World Food Supplies?
Scientific American | September 30, 2009

Combating Climate Change by Storing CO2 Underground
PRI's The World | September 30, 2009

Is 350 the New 450?
New York Times | September 28, 2009

Ancient Glacial Deposits May Help Reveal Future
Scientific American | September 24, 2009

In Bangladesh, Findings on Arsenic and Water
New York Times | September 22, 2009

No Leader As Nations Meet on Climate Change
New York Times | September 19, 2009

Pocket-Size Sensors May Advance Pollution Monitoring
Scientific American | September 15, 2009

Weather Worsens Mexico City's Water Shortage
Wall Street Journal | September 12, 2009

New York Braces for Risk of Higher Seas
Wall Street Journal | September 11, 2009

Big Food vs. Big Insurance
New York Times | September 10, 2009

Resolving Intractable Conflicts
Teachers College News | September 9, 2009

Another Way of Getting Rid of CO2
The Economist | September 7, 2009

Rwanda Millennium Village Brings Prosperity
allAfrica.com | August 28, 2009

Using Climate Models to Help the Everglades
EarthSky | August 26, 2009

Urban Heat Waves Could Bring Death
Public News Service | August 26, 2009

Climate Tipping Point Defined for US Crops
New Scientist | August 26, 2009

Global Warning: Disaster for Crop Yields?
UPI | August 25, 2009

A Farm on Every Floor
New York Times | August 24, 2009

Clunker Program's Environmental Benefits Questioned
NPR Weekend Edition | August 23, 2009

Global Economic Crisis Hits Indian Overseas Investments
Deccan World | August 18, 2009

They Go Looking for Trouble
Albany Times Union | August 11, 2009

A Bold Soil-Mapping Venture
New York Times | August 7, 2009

A Simpler Approach to Predicting Sea Level Rise
ars technica | July 30, 2009

Falling Through the Climate Gap
In These Times | July 27, 2009

Insuring Against Climate
Nature | July 22, 2009

A New Approach to Global Problem Solving
Huffington Post | July 13, 2009

Beacon of Hope in Africa
CNN blogs | July 13, 2009

Volcanic Cooling
New York Times | July 7, 2009

6 Bright Ideas for Future Energy
Popular Science | July 1, 2009

An Insurance Plan for Climate Change Victims
New Scientist | July 1, 2009

A New (Under) Class of Travelers
The Economist | June 25, 2009

Farm Insurance May Help Poor Confront Climate Risk
Reuters | June 24, 2009

Preparing Farmers for Climate Extremes
EarthSky | June 23, 2009

'Synthetic Tree' Aims to Catch Carbon in Air
CNN | June 22, 2009

2.1 Million Year High for CO2
Bloomberg News | June 19, 2009

Ancient Atmosphere Underscores Current Greenhouse Spike
Scientific American | June 19, 2009

Up on the Roof
New York Times | June 6, 2009

The Seldom-Seen Devastation of Climate Change
Salon.com | June 2, 2009

N. Korea Nuke Test Could Have Positive Outcome
New Scientist | May 27, 2009

What Can We Learn From the Millennium Villages?
The Guardian | May 26, 2009

Wallace Broecker, Climate Pioneer (part 2)
New Jersey Public TV | May 15, 2009

Wallace Broecker, Climate Pioneer
New Jersey Public TV | May 13, 2009

Secrets of New York Harbor
New York magazine | May 11, 2009

Richer Countries' Money May Be Key to Copenhagen Talks
ClimateWire | May 7, 2009

Capturing Climate Change
NPR | May 7, 2009

Climate Change in Pictures
New York Times | May 6, 2009

UN Climate Deal to Fail Without Aid Money
Reuters | May 6, 2009

Glacier Findings Upset Climate Theory
New Zealand Herald | May 2, 2009

A Burden Beyond Bearing
Nature | April 30, 2009

Sucking It Up
Nature | April 30, 2009

Too Much of a Bad Thing
Nature | April 30, 2009

Measuring Climate Change
Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC | April 24, 2009

Engineering Project Promotes Sustainability
Columbia Spectator | April 23, 2009

What Does Climate Science Look Like?
Scientific American.com | April 23, 2009

New York Touts Plan to Lock Away CO2
Agence France-Presse | April 21, 2009

In 2009, Earth Day Is for Everybody
USA Today | April 20, 2009

Exploring Seabed History With 600,000 Pounds of Pipe
Popular Mechanics | April 17, 2009

Study Finds Pattern of Severe Droughts in Africa
New York Times | April 16, 2009

Why Isn't the Brain Green?
New York Times Magazine | April 16, 2009

World's Cleanest Countries
Forbes | April 15, 2009

Is There a Market for a Synthetic Tree?
ClimateWire | April 13, 2009

Earthquakes' Mysteries Stymie Efforts to Predict Them
New York Times | April 13, 2009

Ocean Drilling: How the Past Provides Clues to Future
Popular Mechanics | April 3, 2009

Questions for an Icequake Expert
Popular Mechanics | April 1, 2009

'Stop Doing Dumb Things!' Ted Turner & Jeff Sachs on Climate
Huffington Post | March 31, 2009

The Rock That Ate CO2
Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC | March 19, 2009

CO2 -Eating Rocks
Living On Earth | March 13, 2009

A Smarter Way to Combat Hunger
Nature | March 12, 2009

Laying Bare Asia's Climatic History
The Economist | March 12, 2009

Maps Show Rocks Ideal for Sequestering Carbon
New York Times | March 9, 2009

Scrubbing the Skies
The Economist | March 7, 2009

Vote the Rock
Mother Jones | March 6, 2009

Scientists Map U.S. Rocks That Soak Up CO2
Reuters | March 6, 2009

Advances in Monitoring Nuclear Weapon Testing
Scientific American | March 1, 2009

Sustainability Starts in the Classroom
Earth 3.0 | March 1, 2009

Alp-Sized Peaks Found Entombed in Antarctic Ice
Reuters | February 24, 2009

Antarctica's Impossible Peaks Come Into View
Nature | February 24, 2009

'Ghost Peaks' Mapped Under Ice
BBC | February 24, 2009

Third Quake Causes Talk, But Little Else
New York Times | February 19, 2009

Is 'Slumdog Millionaire' Real?
Forbes | February 19, 2009

New York Must Prepare for Global Warming, Mayor?s Panel Says
New York Times | February 18, 2009

Old Teak Trees Help Predict Indonesia Drought
Reuters | February 18, 2009

Toward a Clean Energy Future
The Observer | February 16, 2009

Southwest Climate History Suggests Future Drought
EarthSky | February 16, 2009

Possible Link Between Dam and China Quake
New York Times | February 6, 2009

Some Rocks Can Clean Up CO2
Medill Reports | February 4, 2009

Melting Arctic Prompts Calls for Park on Ice
Wired | February 4, 2009

Chinese Quake May Have Been Manmade
Telegraph (London) | February 2, 2009

J. Lamar Worzel, Columbia Physicist
Los Angeles Times | February 2, 2009

Origin of the Ocean Floor
Scientific American | February 1, 2009

J. Lamar Worzel, Expert on Oceans' Depths
New York Times | January 26, 2009

Tropicana's Carbon Footprint
Environmental Leader | January 23, 2009

Warming in Antarctica Looks Certain
New York Times | January 22, 2009

Antarctica Is Warming, Not Cooling
Reuters | January 22, 2009

All Antarctica Seems To Be Warming
San Francisco Chronicle | January 22, 2009

Economic Crisis and Climate Change
PBS Worldfocus | January 22, 2009

10 Best Green Jobs
Fast Company | January 14, 2009

Weather Mavens Honor Climate Maven
NY Times, dot earth | January 14, 2009

New Soil Map for African Farmers
BBC | January 13, 2009

Can Technology Clear the Air?
New Scientist | January 7, 2009

Comet Triggered Ancient Famine
New Scientist | January 7, 2009

Big Volcanoes Can Cool the Tropcis
Economic Times | January 6, 2009

Mobiles Give Africa's Farmers a Chance
The Guardian | January 4, 2009

'We're in a CO2 Danger Zone'
Earth & Sky | January 1, 2009

Troubled Waters
The Economist | January 1, 2009

Meteorite, Then a Tsunami: Did It Happen Here?
New York Times | December 30, 2008

Treating Patients With Cell Phones
Fortune | December 30, 2008

Coping With Climate
Newsweek | December 30, 2008

Faster Climate Change Feared
Washington Post | December 25, 2008

Warming Impacts on U.S. Coming Sooner Than Expected
ScienceDaily | December 18, 2008

Coal Should Be Warming Concern
Reuters | December 18, 2008

Three Rules for Technological Fixes
Nature | December 17, 2008

Cities Give Waste-to-Energy a Second Look
Wall Street Journal | December 6, 2008

Climate Change, From Poland to the Poles
NPR Talk of the Nation | December 5, 2008

Make Secondary Education Universal
Nature | December 4, 2008

Cheap Transport on Two Wheels
The Economist | November 27, 2008

How to Calm an Angry Beast
CBC | November 19, 2008

Eating Carbon
The Economist | November 13, 2008

Ensuring That Gifts Go Where They're Needed
New York Times | November 11, 2008

Rwanda's Millennium Villages
PBS Frontline | November 10, 2008

Carbon Dioxide May Already Be in Danger Zone
ScienceDaily | November 9, 2008

Google.org Spends $14 Million to Battle Pandemics
Wired | October 22, 2008

Expedition Set for 'Ghost Peaks'
BBC News | October 14, 2008

Beyond the Tipping Point
Scientific American | October 1, 2008

Preparing for the Great New York Earthquake
Gotham Gazette | September 29, 2008

One by One
The New Yorker | September 22, 2008

Cell Phones Transform Africa's Development
All Africa | September 18, 2008

Weather History Offers Insight Into Global Warming
New York Times | September 16, 2008

Lighting Up Africa Through Innovation
Business Week | September 11, 2008

Google?s Philanthropy Arm Leads Effort to Use Weather Data to Fight Disease
New York Times | September 2, 2008

Renewed Concerns for Nuclear Plant Critics
New York Times | August 30, 2008

Study Maps Faults for New York Quakes
New York Times | August 26, 2008

Earthquake Zone Intersection Threatens Indian Point Nuclear Plant
Environment News Service | August 21, 2008

Hot subways to floods, all part of NYC climate risk
Reuters | August 12, 2008

High Temps On Turf Fields Spark Safety Concerns
NPR Morning Edition | August 7, 2008

Scientists Pursue CO2 Storage in the Ocean Floor
NPR Talk of the Nation | July 25, 2008

Reading the River and Its Contents, With an Eye on Its Health
New York Times | July 24, 2008

In Deep-Sea Rock, a Place for CO2
New York Times | July 15, 2008

Scientists Map Out 'Dream Reservoir' for CO2 Storage
Wired | July 14, 2008

Ocean floor could store century of US carbon emissions
The Guardian | July 14, 2008

Climate Talk Is Cheap
ABC News | July 10, 2008

Green Countries
Newsweek | July 7, 2008

Bamboo bikes have benefits
San Francisco Chronicle | July 4, 2008

Capturing Carbon
PBS | July 2, 2008

How GE gives aways its money
Fortune | July 1, 2008

Can Bono Save The Third World?
Newsweek | July 1, 2008

Still Counting Katrina's Dead
Huffington Post | June 28, 2008

Earth near tipping point, whistle-blower warns
Toronto Star | June 24, 2008

Asia and Africa: Living on the Edge
PBS Frontline | June 24, 2008

The time to act is now
The Guardian (London) | June 23, 2008

Africa needs a farming revolution, experts say
McClatchy Washington Bureau | June 20, 2008

Leading scientist urges deep-sea carbon storage
The Guardian (London) | June 18, 2008

Challenging Greenpeace?s Opposition to Storing CO2 in the Oceans
The Guardian (London) | June 17, 2008

Food crisis may be a boon for small farmers in Africa
Los Angeles Times | June 13, 2008

Another Thoreau Lesson: His Notes From 1850s Help
The Wall Street Journal | June 13, 2008

NASA Data Helps Pinpoint Impacted Populations in Disaster Aftermath
NASA.gov | June 12, 2008

Sustaining growth is the century's big challenge
Financial Times Comment | June 11, 2008

Optimism From the 'Grandfather of Climate Science'
Hardtalk, BBC TV | June 5, 2008

The Top 5 Ways To Cause a Manmade Earthquake
Wired | June 4, 2008

Turning CO2 to plastics and dry ice
Business Green | June 2, 2008

Uganda: Churning Money From Banana Leaves
The Monitor (Kampala) | June 2, 2008

Hopes to usher in a revolution in affordable lighting
Economic Times (India) | June 1, 2008

Before the Flood: New York and Global Warming
The Walrus | June 1, 2008

The Sky Is Falling
The Atlantic Monthly | June 1, 2008

Could US Scientist's 'CO2 Catcher' Help to Slow Global Warming?
The Guardian (London) | May 31, 2008

Just How Green Is Faux Grass?
Wall Street Journal | May 29, 2008

Fighting Poverty, Village By Village
AllAfrica.com | May 29, 2008

Turning Schools From Death Traps Into Havens
New York Times | May 27, 2008

The Carbon Catcher
The Guardian (London) | May 24, 2008

Famine Looms As Wars Rend Horn of Africa
New York Times | May 17, 2008

World's Wildlife and Environment Already Hit By Climate Change, Major Study Says
The Guardian (London) | May 15, 2008

8 Ways to Fix the Global Food Crisis
US News & World Report | May 9, 2008

Mother Nature Still in Charge
LiveScience | May 9, 2008

Learning From Climates Past
Nature | May 8, 2008

U.S Earthquakes Jangle Nerves, Leave Scientists With Questions
ABC News | May 7, 2008

Why the 1930s Dust Bowl Was So Bad
LiveScience | May 5, 2008

Seven Questions: When Disaster Strikes
Foreign Policy | May 1, 2008

Global Food Crisis a 'Silent Tsunami'
NPR Talk of the Nation | April 28, 2008

Europe Turns to Coal Again, Raising Alarms on Climate Change
New York Times | April 23, 2008

Hot Politics
PBS Frontline | April 22, 2008

Bond Trader to Sell Rare Stamps for Charity
New York Times | April 14, 2008

10 Fixes for the Planet
Newsweek | April 14, 2008

Riots, instability spread as food prices skyrocket
CNN | April 14, 2008

Rice Riots: The Global Food Shortage
WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show | April 10, 2008

A Shift in the Debate Over Global Warming
New York Times | April 6, 2008

The Color of Plants on Other Worlds
Scientific American | April 1, 2008

Technological Keys to Climate Protection
Scientific American | April 1, 2008

Back to 1988 on CO2, Says NASA's Hansen
New York Times | March 18, 2008

Unified Response Is Sought For Flood Plan for City
New York Sun | March 10, 2008

Eradicate Malaria? Doubters Fuel Debate
New York Times | March 4, 2008

Live From the Southern Ocean: A Blog
Scientific American online | March 3, 2008

Risking Serious Seasickness to Study Climate Change
Wired | February 27, 2008

Study Shows Emerging Diseases on Rise
NPR Morning Edition | February 21, 2008

Emerging Infectious Diseases on the Rise
ScienceDaily | February 21, 2008

Disease Monitors Looking in Wrong Places
Nature News | February 20, 2008

A Not So Mythic Amazonian
NPR | February 4, 2008

Unquiet Ice Speaks Volumes on Global Warming
Scientific American | February 1, 2008

Down to Earth With Robin Bell
Geotimes | February 1, 2008

Sensor Deprivation
New York Times | January 30, 2008

Issuing a Bold Challenge to the U.S. Over Climate
New York Times | January 22, 2008

Censoring Science: Inside the Political Attack on Dr. James Hansen
NPR Fresh Air | January 8, 2008

A Solar Grand Plan
Scientific American online | January 1, 2008

Crazy Plan for Carbon Pollution Just Might Work
NPR - USA | December 4, 2007

What to Wear? Meteorologists Shape Fashion
New York Times | December 2, 2007

Ending Famine, Simply by Ignoring the Experts
New York Times | December 1, 2007

Remove CO2 From Air? Experts Working on It
MSNBC | November 20, 2007

Picking Up City's Vibes to Predict Quake Effects
New York Times | November 13, 2007

Fighting a Disease of Logistics, He Means Business
New York Times | November 12, 2007

Giving Climate Change a Kick
ScienceNOW | November 9, 2007

Studying Earth's Poles, Where Change Is Happening Fast
Earth & Sky syndicated radio | November 7, 2007

Is a Green Revolution Finally Blooming in Africa?
ScientificAmerican.com | November 1, 2007

Food & Climate: A Complicated But Optimistic View
NPR Climate Connections | October 30, 2007

The Heat Is On
Times of India | October 29, 2007

Ecological Effects of Southern California Wildfires Could Be Devastating
PopularMechanics.com | October 25, 2007

The Future is Drying Up
New York Times Magazine | October 21, 2007

Seattle's Recycling Success Is Being Measured in Scraps
New York Times | October 10, 2007

Mobiles for the 'world's poorest'
BBC | September 10, 2007

An African Revolution
Newsweek | August 21, 2007

Warming Will Exacerbate Global Water Conflicts
Washington Post | August 20, 2007

On Playing Fields, Grass Is an Endangered Species
New York Times | August 13, 2007

Into the Limelight, and the Politics of Global Warming
New York Times | July 31, 2007

Scientists Attempt to Roll Back Emissions
The Guardian | July 30, 2007

Influence of Global Warning Seen in Changing Rains
New Scientist | July 23, 2007

Global Warming: How Do Scientists Know They're Not Wrong?
LiveScience | July 16, 2007

The Cost of Saving Energy
New York Times | July 15, 2007

In Arctic Ice, Lessons on Effects of Global Warming
Washington Post | June 9, 2007

Going Up or Down
The Economist | June 7, 2007

Experimenting With Carbon Sequestration
National Public Radio | June 1, 2007

New Device Vacuums Away Carbon Dioxide
LiveScience | May 1, 2007

Fighting Malaria in Uganda: A slide show from the front lines.
Slate | April 25, 2007

Curbing Emissions Won't Be Enough
Newsweek | April 16, 2007

Is the Southwest Drying Up?
Scientific American | April 5, 2007

Poor Nations to Bear Brunt as World Warms
The New York Times | April 1, 2007

Climate Scientist Says Government Censorship Has Confused Public
ABC News | March 19, 2007

Sniffing Out the Truth
New York Times | January 21, 2007

What Should a Billionaire Give? And What Should You?
New York Times Magazine | December 17, 2006

Survey Targets 'Ghost' Mountains
BBC News | December 13, 2006

Ancient Crash, Epic Wave
New York Times | November 14, 2006

Up and Away
The New Yorker | August 28, 2006

Catching Rays: Scientist Seeks to Cool Sweltering Playgrounds
WNYC | August 1, 2006

The Threat to the Planet
New York Review of Books | July 13, 2006

How to Cool a Planet (Maybe)
New York Times | June 27, 2006

Why Deserts Will Inherit the Earth
The Independent (London) | June 5, 2006

It Takes a Village to Save the MDGs
InterPress News Service | May 5, 2006

Not Out of the Woods Just Yet
New York Times | April 20, 2006

Dimming the Sun
PBS NOVA | April 18, 2006

Mulling the World From a Bench on Broadway
New York Times | April 2, 2006

Greenland Glaciers Moving More Quickly to the Ocean
NPR Morning Edition | March 24, 2006

Earth Science Meets Social Science in a Study of Disasters
New York Times | March 14, 2006

How Can Scientists Help Address Poverty?
NPR Talk of the Nation | February 27, 2006

Climate Expert Says NASA Tried to Silence Him
New York Times | January 29, 2006

William Haxby, Mapper of Ocean Floors
New York Times | January 9, 2006

Science and Religion
Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC | November 29, 2005

Waste to Energy: Time to Reconsider?
WNYC | November 28, 2005

The Very Cold Case of the Glacier
New York Times | September 14, 2005

Time for a Tough Question: Why Rebuild?
Washington Post | September 6, 2005

Scientists Say Earth?s Center Rotates Faster Than Surface
New York Times | August 26, 2005

How Earth-Scale Engineering Can Save the Planet
Popular Science | August 1, 2005

Bangladesh?s Deadly Wells
New York Times | July 30, 2005

Quake Sounds Reveal Earth ?Ripping Apart?
CNN | July 21, 2005

When Will We Tame the Oceans?
Nature | July 14, 2005

Can Earth Take the Heat of ?Global Brightening'?
USA Today | May 12, 2005

The Climate of Man, Part II
The New Yorker | May 2, 2005

Needling Out the Arsenic Epidemic
Geotimes | May 1, 2005

Global Warming ?Proof? Detected
BBC News | April 28, 2005

The Climate of Man, Part I
The New Yorker | April 25, 2005

Kenyan Village Serves as Test Case in Fight Against Poverty
New York Times | April 4, 2005

Researchers Studying Subway Air Dangers
New York Times | February 25, 2005

Putting Some Heat on Bush
Washington Post | January 19, 2005

The Next Green Revolution
New York Times | October 6, 2004

A Healthy Child Is a Better Student
Education Week News | August 6, 2004

Can We Defuse the Global Warming Time Bomb?
Scientific American | March 4, 2004

Near the Hudson, Studying Earth
New York Times | January 11, 2004