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Emissions test
The study found reductions in emissions from passenger light duty vehicles reductions saved money and lives. But, factors could reduce the benefits these reductions have had.
Dec. 17, 2021
Justin Brundin
The Cocopah Indian Tribe has lived along the Colorado River delta for centuries. But drought, climate change and damming has transformed the once verdant stretch.
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Dec. 15, 2021
Don't Look Up Netflix
A University of Arizona astronomer was an adviser for “Don’t Look Up,” a movie about two scientists who learn that a comet is about to strike the Earth.
Dec. 14, 2021
Chaco Culture National Historical Park
President Biden’s administration announced a temporary halt to new oil and gas leases on federal lands shortly after taking office. But conservationists are disappointed in how Biden’s policies have played out so far.
Dec. 13, 2021
Pine trees in an Arizona canyon
Climate models predict nearly 40% of species can go extinct due to climate change. But a new study from the University of Arizona says the true numbers can be worse.
Dec. 10, 2021
a forest in northern Arizona with a layer of fresh snow
A storm system is moving into Arizona this week, bringing possible wind, snow and other winter conditions to the high country.
Dec. 9, 2021
The "Earth thermometer" sculpture
Phoenix is hot, and that heat is costing the city. A new study from the Nature Conservancy took a look at the costs of rising temperatures.
Dec. 7, 2021
Lightning in Phoenix
Mesoscale convective systems are groups of storms that can cover whole states, bringing floods, tornadoes and hail to the Great Plains. A new study helps explain their behavior — and the long-term forces that drive them.
Dec. 2, 2021
A home under construction
Climate change has made some aspects of development more difficult, as planners, builders and others have to take extreme heat, drought, wildfire and other impacts into account.
Dec. 2, 2021
The Thread of Energy by Martin Pasqualetti
Energy is a clear part of our everyday lives, whether it’s flipping a light switch or turning on our car’s engine. But energy has had a bigger-picture impact on world history, and, today, it powers some of the most contentious geopolitical debates.
Dec. 2, 2021
An aerial view of Phoenix
It’s officially December — and it’s still set to be over 80 degrees on Wednesday. To learn about the hot streak, The Show spoke with Matt Pace, meteorologist with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.
Dec. 1, 2021
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Sunrise Park Resort, a place to ski in Apache County, has delayed its opening because of warm temperatures and a lack of natural snow this year.
Nov. 30, 2021
Sonoran Sierra Solar Energy
The governor of neighboring Sonora hopes to bring solar energy plants to the state’s rural communities. Building the facilities could also improve broadband internet access in some rural communities, according to state authorities.
Nov. 29, 2021
Climate change is extending the length of our wildfire seasons — which used to include a few months of severe danger but are becoming nearly year-round. That means more wildland firefighters who are subject to conditions that could adversely affect their health.
Nov. 29, 2021
solar panels
Climate change is creating water challenges; it’s also making it tougher for farmers to efficiently grow certain crops. But a new $10 million federal grant is looking into one potential solution for both issues: agrivoltaics.
Nov. 23, 2021
The sun over Phoenix
The COP26 climate summit saw global attention turn to what countries could do to combat climate change. But a number of city officials were also in Scotland discussing their own plans of action.
Nov. 18, 2021
COP26 was held in Glasgow,
In the past 24 hours at COP26, a draft agreement from leaders, policymakers, stakeholders and researchers has been circulated with provisions addressing climate warming and carbon emissions. Rich Preston has been covering the COP26 conference for the BBC, and he joined The Show to talk about the details of the agreement.
Nov. 11, 2021
A water faucet
The western United States is facing extreme drought. This is leading to some cities to look for alternative sources for drinking water.
Nov. 11, 2021
Museum Fire
Coconino County's Flood Control District will receive $3.5 million from the U.S. Forest Service for watershed restoration in the area between the 2019 Museum Fire burn scar and Flagstaff.
Nov. 10, 2021
Inside an EnVision Center
Tempe will join a hundred other communities across the country offering EnVision Centers. A vacant building at 1310 E. Apache Blvd. is being refurbished to become the EnVision Center and Resilient Energy Hub.
Nov. 9, 2021


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