September-October 2014 issue

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Who's Worried About Global Warming?
April 21, 2015 — Five unexpected agitators on climate explain why they're speaking out.
It's Time To Act
January 26, 2015 — Nearly half of our birds are at risk of extinction this century. That doesn't have to happen.
Rethinking How We Think About Climate Change
January 26, 2015 — Beyond politics and paralysis lies a way forward—to action.
How We Ran Out of Air Time
January 26, 2015 — It’s time to be honest with ourselves: Our relationship with the atmosphere is a two-way street.
Why U.S. Forests Are Fueling Europe
January 26, 2015 — Growing demand for wood pellets abroad hurts bird habitat at home.
How Climate Change is Sinking Seabirds
January 26, 2015 — In warming oceans, seabirds’ food chains are headed straight to the bottom.
A Flight Plan for Birds in a Warming World
January 26, 2015 — Audubon's chief scientist is plotting a future for birds. Here's how they could survive.
Why We Need Climate Models
January 26, 2015 — Computer models, while imperfect, may be the best shot we have for learning what climate change will bring.
9 New Ideas to Cut Carbon Emissions
January 26, 2015 — These solutions could stem emissions from food, fuel, and beyond.
Keeping a Rising Sea at Bay
January 26, 2015 — From Miami to Key West, climate change is now in southeastern Florida.
Penguins and Polar Bears Hang on at the Poles
January 26, 2015 — With our climate becoming ever more off-kilter, a naturalist takes stock of the ends of the earth.
Riding Growth to a Climate Solution
January 26, 2015 — Economic growth may be less of an enemy to climate action than we thought.
The Power of Small Steps
January 26, 2015 — The U.S. could still make it to Kyoto—we're already partway there.
Follow the Money to Zero-Emissions Energy
January 26, 2015 — Solar and wind energy are already feasible options.
Reimagining the Burrowing Owl
January 26, 2015 — Artist Josh Brill takes a fresh look at a fading species.
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