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  • Ocean acidification is the latest in a slew of threats to coral reefs. A team of scientists is now getting right up close to Florida's reefs to better understand how their inhabitants may be affected. Mark Schrope reports from the Aquarius Underwater Laboratory.

    • Mark Schrope
    News Feature
  • Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, discusses what world leaders can expect from next month's UN climate conference in Poznan, Poland. The summit marks an important stepping stone to talks at the end of 2009 in Copenhagen, where countries have agreed to strike a new climate accord to follow on the heels of the Kyoto Protocol. Interview by Amanda Leigh Mascarelli.

    • Amanda Leigh Mascarelli
    Q&A
  • Carbon dioxide emissions and their associated warming could linger for millennia, according to some climate scientists. Mason Inman looks at why the fallout from burning fossil fuels could last far longer than expected.

    • Mason Inman
    News Feature
  • A clever use of fable brings surprising clarity to the story of climate change.

    • Euan Nisbet
    Books & Arts
  • An ambitious look at how global warming is wreaking havoc with natural phenomena suggests there are no simple solutions to complex problems.

    • Claudia M. Caruana
    Books & Arts
  • Carbon capture and storage may be one way to achieve deep reductions in emissions, but ensuring the gas stays buried will be crucial to proving its viability. Mark Schrope reports on a promising new method for monitoring carbon dioxide deep underground.

    • Mark Schrope
    News Feature
  • Canada's voters have rejected the Liberal party's strong environmental platform to re-elect Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Hannah Hoag looks down the road ahead for Canadian climate policy.

    • Hannah Hoag
    Policy Watch