Earth Science

AP-NORC Poll: Disasters influence thinking on climate change

Jan 22, 2019

Americans say natural disasters and their local weather are influencing their views on climate change.

Toyota, Panasonic announce venture for green auto batteries

Jan 22, 2019

Toyota, Panasonic set Corp. set green auto battery joint venture

Teach kids about climate change? This state might require it

Jan 16, 2019

A legislative proposal in Connecticut would mandate instruction in climate change in public schools statewide, beginning in elementary school

MLK daughter: Firing not best for weatherman who used slur

Jan 10, 2019

A daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. says a TV meteorologist who uttered a racial slur while saying her father's name shouldn't have been fired

Maine scientist finds tiny plants thrive under Greenland ice

Jan 10, 2019

A study authored by a scientist with a Maine lab says microscopic plants are able to thrive beneath the ice that covers the Greenland Sea

A slur or a slip-up? Meteorologist is fired, city is roiled

Jan 9, 2019

Did a TV meteorologist use a racial slur on the air or simply flub a line? Upstate NY city roiled by debate over racism

Strong quake off Philippines prompts panic, tsunami warning

Dec 29, 2018

A strong undersea earthquake has struck off the southern Philippines and the head of the country's quake-monitoring agency has advised people in a southeastern province to avoid beaches in case of a tsunami

Anak Krakatau volcano now a quarter of its pre-eruption size

Dec 29, 2018

Scientists say Indonesia's Anak Krakatau volcano island, which erupted and collapsed a week ago triggering a deadly tsunami, is now only about a quarter of its pre-eruption size

US fossil fuel exports spur growth, climate worries

Dec 27, 2018

The boom in U.S. fossil-fuel production has been matched by a rush on the other side of the Pacific to build the tankers needed to help supply the seemingly unquenchable thirst for energy among Asia's top economies

US fossil fuel exports spur growth, climate worries

Dec 27, 2018

The boom in U.S. fossil-fuel production has been matched by a rush on the other side of the Pacific to build the tankers needed to help supply the seemingly unquenchable thirst for energy among Asia's top economies

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