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    April 10, 2012 | 12:59 PM

    March 2012: The warmest March since 1895

    In many ways it's been a beautiful spring, but something about it just hasn't been right. The cherry blossoms here in D.C. bloomed early, the bright pinks and reds of the azaleas at the Masters were missing, and it seems like allergy season is taking on a whole new meaning.
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    April 10, 2012 | 9:47 AM

    Fewer cows and a shortage of flowers: How climate change impacts the Maasai in Kenya

    We visited a community of Maasai who are already suffering from impacts of climate change as droughts have become more frequent and severe. Normally the short rainy season occurs from late October through November, and the long rains go from March through June. We arrived just after the long rains had started. Even so, the local papers were again warning that there will be food shortages because of drier conditions.
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    April 09, 2012 | 2:02 PM

    Butterflies: Indicators of climate change, models for solar energy?

    Can you think of other examples in which the natural world has served for such inspiration? Where else in nature can we look to support our metamorphosis from a fossil-fuel to clean-energy economy? Leave a comment and let us know.
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    April 06, 2012 | 12:43 PM

    How the water gets up the mountain: Climate change in Yosemite Valley

    My seven-year-old daughter had asked me in Yosemite how water gets up the mountain. Someday soon, we may find ourselves struggling with questions just as profound about how our national parks will survive climate change.

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    April 05, 2012 | 9:14 AM

    An Inconvenient Truth educates an island nation on rising seas in the documentary “Someplace With A Mountain”

    In 2004, Steve Goodall sold everything he owned and set sail on the open water, toward the sunset. He spent years living out a lifelong dream: sailing from one island to another, on the schedule of the sun and stars. Then one day, four years after he first set sail, he came across the atolls of western Micronesia.
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    April 04, 2012 | 8:44 AM

    Unprecedented March 2012 breaks over 7500 high temperature records across the U.S.

    Does your local TV meteorologist ever mention climate change? Would you like him or her to try to explain connections between weather patterns and larger climate trends? Write a comment below to let us know or send a message to your local TV meteorologist.
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    March 30, 2012 | 12:10 PM

    "I'm betting on the future"

    Every year we give billions of our hard-earned tax dollars to oil and gas companies that continue to pollute our planet even as we pay ever-higher prices at the pump. We pay high prices at the pump, while they receive billions in taxpayer dollars. The President couldn't have said it any better, "It's like hitting the American people twice."
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    March 29, 2012 | 3:18 PM

    Climate change and mental health

    At The Climate Reality Project, we often say "climate change is happening here, now and everywhere." We are learning that "everywhere" is really "in every way" from a remarkable new report released by the National Wildlife Federation that reveals how climate change will affect mental health.
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    March 29, 2012 | 12:10 PM

    5 reasons why early spring isn't that great

    As the world warms because of carbon pollution, spring may become less and less familiar. Or, as Yogi Berra is famously credited with saying, "The future ain't what it used to be." How are springs - or your spring plans - changing in your neighborhood? Tell us your story below
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    March 29, 2012 | 10:37 AM

    Paying twice for the climate crisis

    What do you think it will take for our leaders to finally turn off the billion-dollar spigot to oil companies?
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