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Antarctica, most remote place on Earth, just hit a scary CO2 milestone

The South Pole is the last place to detect 400 ppm of carbon dioxide in the air.

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That massive methane leak in L.A. was visible from space

You can't sneak a gas leak past NASA.

Norway talks a big game, promises to go carbon neutral by 2030

Right now, it’s just talk.

The next U.S. president could save or destroy the Arctic

And his or her decision could last a lifetime.

A handful of the world’s coral reefs are actually thriving

Surprisingly vibrant reefs signal a hopeful future for conservation efforts.

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Trees lining California streets are worth an extra $1 billion a year

A new study calculates the value of the trees that line the state’s roads.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce joins anti-solar crusade

The chamber’s new campaign is part of a larger right-wing push to kneecap the rooftop solar industry.

California’s drought isn’t going away anytime soon

El Niño winters normally flood the state with rain and snow -- but this one was different.

Everything's bigger in Texas

Massive sinkholes in Texas could combine to form even massiver sinkhole

Radar measurements of two sinkholes in West Texas suggests they're still growing.