Stephanie Savarese

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Global Warming and the Reasons We Do (or Don’t) Believe Science

As Earth Day arrives on April 22 we’re sure to get another round of warnings about the dangers of global warming. True to form, President Barack Obama’s weekly address last weekend focused on “combatting the threat of climate change.”<p>Obama’s message was that “climate change can no longer be denied …

Climate Change

These five ideas will either fix global warming or break the planet

<b>By Julia Calderone</b>Small forest fires are pictured between pine trees at night at Sierra de Tejeda nature park in southern Spain early June 30, 2014. REUTERS/Jon NazcaExtreme weather, water shortages and imperiled polar bears: The effects of climate change are obvious and dire. To stem the tide -- …

Climate Change

Obama sounds alarm on climate damage in visit to Everglades

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Fla. (AP) — Amid lurking alligators and the steamy heat of Florida's Everglades, President Barack Obama on Wednesday …

Everglades National Park

Climate change by state: An interactive map of the U.S.

In celebration of Earth Day, a look at temperature increases across the country. See how your state stacks up<p>It’s been 45 years since the first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970, and since that time, average temperatures have been rising across the U.S. This Climate Central interactive graphic shows …

State of the planet: 7 eye-opening facts for Earth Day

Earth recently hit several remarkable records — but not in a good way.<p>The amount of carbon dioxide gas, a global warming pollutant, has risen to the …

Why climate scientists are tracking Arctic beetles - Futurity

Arctic beetles may be especially sensitive to temperature, which means they may be the perfect target for tracking the effects of climate change.