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    Ever wonder what goes into a severe thunderstorm watch? As found, they’re a product of hand-drawn maps, latex balloons, high-tech computers and one government office in Oklahoma.

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  2. 53 minutes ago

    Why have predictions of severe weather like tornadoes become so accurate? Take a look inside the federal science agency that makes it happen.

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    10 hours ago

    After a well-predicted tornado outbreak in Alabama, an editor asked how the forecast had been so accurate. That question led to a trip to Oklahoma and a day at the Storm Prediction Center.

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    10 hours ago

    The unstoppable team of and take you inside one of the nation's great treasures: the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK

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  5. 10 hours ago

    Why have predictions of severe weather like tornadoes become so accurate? Take a look inside the federal science agency that makes it happen.

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  6. Apr 20

    We went to Alaska and Washington State to learn what to expect as North America's glaciers melt.

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  7. Apr 20

    (This tweet should have referred to glaciers worldwide, the subject of the series of glacier stories from , and not just in North America.)

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    Apr 19

    Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal Land by

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    Apr 19

    Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal Land via

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  10. Apr 20

    A judge writes that the Trump administration's decision to lift an Obama-era moratorium on coal mining on federal lands without the proper environmental assessment was "arbitrary and capricious."

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  11. Apr 20

    A federal judge delivered a big setback late Friday to the Trump administration's pro-coal policy.

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    Apr 19

    New York City has a hugely ambitious plan to reduce emissions from large buildings—a major share of the city's climate pollution. takes a closer look at some of the challenges and complexities involved:

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    Apr 18

    Here it is, all 7,000 words of it: the Democratic candidates' responses to our climate policy survey

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  14. Apr 19

    On second thought: NOAA reclassifies last year's Hurricane Michael as a Category 5, the first hurricane to make landfall in the United States as a category 5 since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

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    Apr 18

    In non-Mueller news... and I surveyed all the 2020 Democratic candidates about climate change. Turns out the easy part is declaring one is for 'science' & the Paris Agreement. Detailed policy for cutting CO2 is tough.

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    Apr 18

    “This is huge.” NYC is forcing buildings—which produce a whopping 67% of Gotham's greenhouse gas emissions—to be greener. By

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  17. Apr 18

    The most divisive policy among the candidates was nuclear energy: only seven candidates were unequivocally in favor of new nuclear energy development.

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  18. Apr 18

    Every Democratic candidate supported greater investment in research and development, but experts say that incentives without a price on carbon —which only half of them fully support — won’t be enough

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  19. Apr 18

    All of the 2020 Democrats vowed to restore Mr. Obama’s regulations and recommit to the Paris Agreement, but only nine of the 18 said unequivocally that they would push for additional, stronger federal rules

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  20. Apr 18

    Just seven of the 18 Democrats put their weight firmly behind a carbon tax, which economists widely view as the most effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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