20 Apr '11, 3pm

Texas Wildfires: A collection of the latest images from our Earth-observing satellites.

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More than million acres have burned in Texas since April 6th. Amazing Satellite photo:

More than million acres have burned in Texas si...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 18 Apr '11, 6pm

Since April 6, more than a million acres have burned throughout the state of Texas, according to the Texas Forest Service....

Texas governor launches bold prayer-based clima...

grist.org 22 Apr '11, 1pm

Texas is facing unprecedented droughts and wildfires that have consumed more than a million acres. Combating climate chang...

8 images of Earth as seen from space.

8 images of Earth as seen from space.

mnn.com 10 Apr '11, 5pm

This compilation image shows the north Atlantic Ocean from the Equator through Western Africa, toward Iceland and Greenlan...

Hell: "Unprecedented drought" drives "never-bef...

climateprogress.org 19 Apr '11, 9pm

If the reaction of the Right in Australia is anything to go by, you can expect little remorse, repentance or even acknowle...

Our first view from space 1 year ago of the environmental disaster about to unfold in the Gulf of Mexico.

Our first view from space 1 year ago of the env...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 20 Apr '11, 12pm

On April 20, 2010, an oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico left a dozen workers missing and several more critically inj...

Wind Power Beats Nuclear Power in Texas

Wind Power Beats Nuclear Power in Texas

cleantechnica.com 21 Apr '11, 7pm

Rebecca Smith of the Wall Street Journal notes a number of issues that factor into NRG’s decision. The primary reason is a...