A California man couldn't get buy-in on his geoengineering plan, so he just went ahead with it on his own. Note to readers: Saving the world is not a DIY project.
A new poll finds more Americans are accepting the reality of climate change. But are we accepting it's a bear of a problem? Maybe.
The corn harvest was down in Kansas this year. Meanwhile, 700 miles north in the Canadian province of Manitoba, the corn crop is booming.
The candidate's claims of creating millions of new jobs sets a surprisingly low bar for him to vault.
But August was a reallllly long time ago, so it's hard to blame them.
The EPA proposed new rules for coal ash in 2010, but they haven't moved forward yet. And depending on what happens on Nov. 6, maybe they never will.
Here's this month's high-temperature report, automatically generated by The Climate News Robot.
The Koch brothers suggest that employees vote for Mitt Romney and lots of other Republicans.
Ohio coal miners call on Obama to drop an ad saying they were coerced to attend a Romney rally, even though they were coerced to attend a Romney rally.
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