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Mar 4, 2014 11:39 PM ET // Ian O'Neill
It rained in Los Angeles. No kidding, I was shocked too. Three days without so much as a ray of sun, this transplanted Brit was beginning to feel right at home -- wet and dreaming of a sunny day. Continue reading →
Feb 5, 2014 01:20 PM ET // Tim Wall
The U.S. winter of 2014 seems like the setting for HBO's "Game of Thrones" -- half of the realm freezes, while the other half parches. Continue reading →
Jan 12, 2014 01:00 PM ET // Larry O'Hanlon
Cold waves and heat waves can tweak the way we make up our minds about climate change, say researchers who are uncovering the roots of our wishy-washy opinions.
Sep 6, 2013 08:18 AM ET // Tim Wall
U.S. Drought Monitor statistics show that approximately half of the contiguous U.S. now suffers some degree of drought. Continue reading →
Aug 20, 2013 09:05 AM ET // Larry O'Hanlon
Some plants have shifted up the slopes of the Catalina Mountains in Arizona over the last 50 years. Is it climate change or just a bad drought?
Jul 29, 2013 11:05 AM ET // Larry O'Hanlon
Crop failures needn't be a total surprise, sparking volatility in food prices. Seasonal climate models hold the key to taming crop failures and adapting food systems to the future world. Continue reading →
Jul 29, 2013 06:26 AM ET // Larry O'Hanlon
Satellite images capture the dramatic changes to New Mexico's largest reservoir after more than a decade of drought. Continue reading →
Nov 18, 2011 04:35 AM ET // Tim Wall
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