Dawn Stover

Articles by Dawn Stover

29 March 2017
Americas

Experts respond to Trump’s climate blitzkrieg

Dawn Stover

Leading climate experts share their thoughts on President Trump's Energy Independence Executive Order.

13 March 2017
Asia

Losing faith: the Fukushima cleanup at six years

Dawn Stover

Six years after the Fukushima disaster, a majority of the Japanese public wants to phase out nuclear power. The government doesn't.

4 September 2015

Two degrees of climate change may be too much

Dawn Stover

The internationally agreed-upon threshold for dangerous global warming is 2 degrees Celsius. But nature doesn’t negotiate.

6 July 2015
Americas

To understand biodiversity loss, look at the whole globe

Dawn Stover

Some climate change impacts—like disappearing species—can be seen only with a very wide-angle lens

6 January 2015
Americas

The nuclear past is present

Dawn Stover

Congress approved a national park to commemorate the Manhattan Project—but atomic weapons are hardly history.

23 September 2014
Americas

The global warming “hiatus”

Dawn Stover

Climate change skeptics assert a “hiatus” in global warming as proof that climate change isn't happening. Here's why they're wrong.