Al Franken auditions for Senate climate lead. Millions watch
The Senate's funny guy is not joking around about climate change. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is not the Senate's loudest advocate for climate change, nor the longest-tenured. Yet he has an ability to reach a diverse audience that transcends political boundaries.
Some groups want more CO2. Here's what that means
A key argument used by climate skeptics to downplay the consequences of anthropogenic climate change is resurfacing: the idea that carbon dioxide emissions are a net positive for the planet's vegetation.
Top nominees want NOAA to use private weather info
Two Trump appointees to NOAA may signal that a new era of weather data privatization is here.
5 links between erupting volcanoes and climate change
The relationship between volcanoes and climate change has long been debated, but the two have some close links.
Trump nominee wants to privatize weather data
President Trump has picked a longtime proponent of weather data privatization for a top post in NOAA.