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WEATHER AND CLIMATE

Wind growth slows to 2007 levels

Hey now, who stopped the wind? The American Wind Energy Association has reported a dramatic decrease in demand for wind power this year, and a

2010 tied (so far) for warmest year on record

NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, says 2010 could tie 1998 as the warmest year on record. The Northwest and Northeast Passages were open

Tracking clouds to predict solar bounty

Solar energy is attractive compared to traditional sources, but it’s not always predictable. Scientists in Hawaii and California are working on this problem, developing sensor

Drought strains Russian wheat supplies

Expect to pay more for a loaf of bread this Fall. Severe weather has reduced wheat crops worldwide, driving up prices. In Russia, drought has

The heat wave and the climate divide

Was the heat wave experienced by the east coast earlier this month the result of climate change? It’s impossible to say since climate change isn’t

U.K. panel calls climate data valid

The first of three British investigations into the emails leaked in the so-called Climategate scandal exonerated the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit and