The dry 2000s means snow trackers have to adjust "normal" downward.
by Sarah Jane Keller,
Feb 04, 2013
Modern-day scientists, retracing the path of Joseph
Grinnell in Yosemite National Park, document conspicuous changes in
the natural world and find a culprit unimagined by biologists 100
years ago: global warming
by Michelle Nijhuis,
Oct 17, 2005
A first (and last) date with someone who doesn't believe in global warming.
by Megan Kimble,
Dec 21, 2012
What can rapid evolution in response to climate change teach us about managing nature?
by Michelle Nijhuis ,
Feb 05, 2012
In Utah, scientists are exploring the site of a long-vanished inland sea called Lake Bonneville to understand the West's past - and future - climate.
by Douglas Fox,
Nov 07, 2011
In Oregon's H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, scientists study climate patterns.
by J. Madeleine Nash,
Oct 04, 2010
Controversial new studies question the conventional wisdom on Western ponderosa forests and the severity of their historic wildfires.
by Emily Guerin,
Sep 26, 2012
Tourism, sprawl and energy development have made Alaska less wild; now climate change is also altering the North
by Tim Lydon,
Sep 13, 2012
Western religious leaders need to speak out more strongly on the dangers of climate change.
by Tim Lydon,
Feb 06, 2011
Races for seats on state commissions that oversee utilities are among the most important elections you’ve never heard of. They could decide the future of renewable energy in Montana and Arizona this year.
by Ray Ring,
Nov 02, 2012