This Earth Day, expect a lot of pissed-off scientists on the Mall.
Says one Libyan-born U.S. scientist: “This looks bad to me right now … coming from someone who has seen bad.”
Americans seem to be prepared to turn out for progressive causes at higher numbers than ever before.
2016 will almost certainly be the warmest year humans have ever spent on the Earth’s surface.
It's not like anyone thinks Trump's cabinet appointees will just delete or suppress valuable troves of data ... right?
Chris Shank's resume might make him sound qualified for the position -- but don't be misled.
It's sort of like that time the whole family said goodbye to Great-Uncle Fred only to have him show up at Christmas dinner two weeks later, wheeling an oxygen cart.
Zoom out and it's easy to see how quickly we're changing the world.
GOES-R will teach us a lot about extreme weather and our changing climate.