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The country’s sinking debate over global warming

The national debate on climate change has devolved.
By the late 1990s, big U.S. businesses were beginning to accept that greenhouse gases must be wrung out [...]

Editorial (The Washington Post | August 26, 2014)

Clive Palmer to host ‘world climate change convention’ at his resort

The Palmer United party leader, Clive Palmer, has announced plans to host an unofficial “world climate change convention” at his Sunshine Coast resort, but would [...]

Daniel Hirst (The Guardian | August 18, 2014)

Climate change reflected in altered Missouri River flow

Montana farmer Rocky Norby has worked the land along the Missouri River for more than 20 years, coaxing sugar beets and malted barley out of [...]

Maya Srikrishnan (Los Angeles Times | August 18, 2014)

Climate change may ‘bottleneck’ the Panama Canal

For the last century, the Panama Canal has been a key factor in world trade, enabling shippers to move more than 300m tons of products [...]

Autumn Spanne (The Guardian | August 14, 2014)

Frustrating Climate Change Memes That Just Won’t Die

Whenever I write about climate change, deniers quickly respond that I have it all wrong. Global warming actually stopped over a decade ago, they say. [...]

Rebecca Leber (New Republic | August 12, 2014)

Will climate change ruin Aspen’s economy?

Auden Schendler doesn’t seem like a worrywart. Tan, fit, blond, and perpetually smiling, he has the typical manner of a resident of Colorado’s Roaring Fork [...]

Ben Adler (Grist | August 12, 2014)

Keystone XL could mean more carbon emissions

Building the Keystone XL pipeline could lead to as much as four times more greenhouse gas emissions than the State Department has estimated for the [...]

Neela Banerjee (Los Angeles Times | August 11, 2014)

Push for climate change on G20 list

Three former Australians of the Year, including Nobel laureate Peter Doherty, have signed an open letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott calling for climate change [...]

Dan Harrison (Sydney Morning Herald | August 11, 2014)

This is climate change: Ohio’s water crisis

Over the weekend, 400,000 people in northwest Ohio were told that their tap water was no longer safe to drink, cook with or bathe in. [...]

Lindsay Abrams (Salon | August 5, 2014)

Shattering Myths to Help the Climate

Each new climate-change study seems more pessimistic than the last. This May and June, for example, were the hottest ones on record for the planet. [...]

Robert H. Frank (The New York Times | August 3, 2014)