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2012 News Articles

Socolow Essay on the Truths We Must Tell Ourselves to Manage Climate Change

Study of Southern Ocean Critical to Understanding of Climate Change

Superstorm Sandy is a sign of more things to come, says Michael Oppenheimer, a climate scientist at Princeton University

$3 Million in Federal Funds to Enhance Climate Science, Education

US Wildfires Are What Global Warming Really Looks Like, Scientists Warn

Princeton Plays Leading Role in Climate Science Research

Medvigy and Beaulieu Examine Extremes of Sunny and Cloudy Days

Tiny Frigid Bubbles Get to the Core of Climate Change

Month of April 5th Warmest on Record

PEI's Energy Systems Analysis Group Aims to Improve the World's Energy Future

Pablo Debenedetti Elected as Member of the National Academy of Sciences

Carbon Mitigation Initiative Held 11th Annual Meeting on April 18-19, 2012

Glaser Argues Proliferation Risks from Fusion Are Low Compared with Fission (full citation)

Oppenheimer Says March Heatwave is Preview of Climate in Warming Atmosphere

Elliot and Celia Find Potential Reduction of CO2 Storage Capacity due to Fracturing of Caprock Formations (full citation)

Natural Levels of Nitrogen in Tropical Forests may Increase Vulnerability to Pollution

Oppenheimer Supports EPA Stance on the Risks Related to Heat-Trapping Gases

"Storm of the Century" May Become "Storm of the Decade"

Michael Oppenheimer Discusses Durban Conference Outcomes

CMI Researchers Publish Paper on the Trade-Offs Between Safety and Fairness in Tackling Climate Change (full Citation)

Hedin and Sigman Part of Team Reporting the Existence of Undisturbed Tropical Forests Rich in Nitrogen (full citation)

Socolow Cites Nuclear Weapons Threat as Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight

 
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