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Nearly 3,000 climate scientists condemn Australia's dramatic research cuts

Supreme Court freezes Obama's climate change plan
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Unusually warm Arctic winter stuns scientists with record low ice extent for January

Scientists named a new species of tarantula after Johnny Cash

The renewable energy revolution is already upon us, report shows

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What we still don't know about Zika virus

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NASA's most powerful rocket yet will launch tiny satellites to space

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