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Hague judgement could inspire a global civil movement

“You have been negotiating all my life”, cried out 21-year-old Anjali Appadurai from the lectern of a UN climate change conference four years ago. The [...]

Emma Howard (The Guardian | June 24, 2015)

Ideological divide over global warming wide as ever

Pope Francis will publish an encyclical addressing environmental issues and climate change this Thursday, a subject that continues to deeply divide Americans, including Catholics, along [...]

Jocelyn Kiley (Pew Research | June 19, 2015)

Why The Pope’s Stand On Climate Change Matters

Things are about to get really interesting in the long-stalled public discussion on climate change.
This Thursday, Pope Francis and the Vatican are set to release [...]

Adam Frank (NPR | June 18, 2015)

Bush joins Republican backlash against pope

Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush joined forces with the coal industry and climate deniers in a gathering conservative backlash against the pope, lashing out against [...]

Suzanne Goldenberg (The Guardian | June 17, 2015)

Pope: Climate change a moral issue

Pope Francis says most climate change is due to human activity and calls it one of the most important moral issues facing society, according to [...]

Eric J. Lyman (USA Today | June 16, 2015)

Naomi Oreskes, a Lightning Rod in a Changing Climate

The job interviewer scrutinized the young American geology student sitting across from him. She was about to graduate from the Royal School of Mines in [...]

Justin Gillis (New York Times | June 16, 2015)

Survey: US and UK Care The Least About Climate Change

A new YouGov survey spanning four continents and 15 countries has found that the United States and Britain are the main barriers to tacking climate [...]

Niall McCarthy (Forbes | June 8, 2015)

Oil majors’ climate call exposes rift on carbon pricing

The failed attempt by the world’s oil majors to speak on climate change action with one voice has laid bare disagreement between U.S. and European [...]

Staff (Reuters | June 3, 2015)

Bonn U.N. talks seek to trim unwieldy climate change plan

Governments will try on Monday to streamline an 89-page draft text of a U.N. deal to fight climate change due to be agreed in Paris [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | June 1, 2015)

Climate change could shrink Mount Everest’s glaciers

The iconic Mount Everest could see a major loss of its glaciers over the course of this century, according to a new scientific study that [...]

Chris Mooney (The Washington Post | May 28, 2015)