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Arctic Sea Ice Extent, January through May 2017

From Pole to Pole, Melting Beyond the Interdecile Range

Scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center have been following the extent of sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic for many decades now, long enough to establish a long-term baseline for the years 1981-2010 and then to compare current ice conditions to

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Senate GOP Shifts Against Trump On Climate Vote

A hint of the new political environment that Donald Trump faces in the wake of his abrupt firing of the FBI Director under false pretenses came yesterday in the form of a vote in the United States Senate. Three months ago, three Democrats crossed the

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?

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