Suzanne Jacobs

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For the 97 billionth time: Yes, there is a 97 percent consensus on climate change

A new meta-study just confirmed what we already knew, but what people like Ted Cruz won't stop denying.

The National Weather Service decides to stop yelling at us

LIGHT RAIN TO GET A LOT LESS TERRIFYING.

Tiny island nations aren’t just going to drown. First they’re going to dry out.

A new study shows that 16 million island residents could face more arid conditions by mid-century.

The science around clouds and climate change is, well, cloudy

What a pain in the cumulonimbus.

Food waste is already a big problem — but it could get even bigger

And that's terrible news on climate change.

More than 100 years of car evolution could reveal where the industry is going next

In a new study, researchers treat car models as species that originate and die when their production cycles begin and end.

Affordable Teslas? Elon Musk is about to take your brain to Mars.

The Model 3 is expected to cost $35,000 and get 200 miles per charge.

What makes a city great? New data backs up long-held beliefs

Here's more proof that Jane Jacobs was right.

in hot dog water

These sea cucumbers vacuum up the ocean’s trash — and they’re in trouble

Pollution and overfishing are big problems for the "burnt hot dog" cucumber.