Climate change is making the Earth a warmer and weirder place, forcing researchers, companies and governments to understand, confront and adapt to rising dangers.
And it’s likely to get harder, not easier, for the state to achieve ever deeper cuts in emissions.
Princeton researchers found that far more people are living closer to the ocean than previously believed.
Now the administration is challenging the constitutionality of the state’s cap-and-trade program.
The practice cuts greenhouse-gas emissions only if you ignore the inconvenient fact that it requires a lot more land.
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