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Justices question Obama climate change regulations

The U.S. Supreme Court appeared closely divided on Monday as it weighed whether the administration of President Barack Obama exceeded its authority when crafting the [...]

Lawrence Hurley (Reuters | February 25, 2014)

US hedge fund investor to put $100 mln into climate change fight

A California hedge fund investor has pledged $100 million in contributions to
pro-environmentalist congressional campaigns, bolstering the
battle against climate change.
Billionaire Tom Steyer on Wednesday night hosted [...]

Valerie Volcovici (Reuters | February 20, 2014)

Obama Vows to Act on Climate Change, Justices Weigh His Approach

President Obama in recent days has been announcing muscular executive actions to address climate change, making good on his promise to act on pressing problems [...]

Adam Liptak (The New York Times | February 20, 2014)

Jet stream shift could prompt harsher winters: scientists

A warmer Arctic could permanently affect the pattern of the high-altitude polar jet stream, resulting in longer and colder winters over North America and northern [...]

Jean-Louis Santini (AFP | February 16, 2014)

California vows to press ahead with climate change programs

California plans to extend its suite of ambitious and controversial carbon reduction programs beyond 2020, saying the results to date show the state can grow [...]

Rory Carroll (Reuters | February 11, 2014)

White and green roofs fight global warming, study finds

Painting roofs white or covering them with plants could help fight global warming, but they don’t offer the same bang for the buck everywhere, says [...]

Wendy Koch (USA Today | February 11, 2014)

Climate change impacts winter sports

It took four years of intense training, but I am now in Sochi as a proud member of the US Cross Country Skiing Olympic Team. [...]

Andrew Newell (USA Today | February 10, 2014)

Climate change and the taste of a sip of tea

Everyone knows that climate change threatens coastlines and wildlife. But its effects won’t be limited to destroying property and altering the natural world; it will [...]

Carolyn Y. Johnson (The Boston Globe | February 3, 2014)

How the U.S. Exports Global Warming

he greening of American energy is both real and profound. Since President Obama took office, the nation’s solar capacity has increased more than tenfold. Wind [...]

Tim Dickinson (Rolling Stone | February 3, 2014)

Is Europe Retreating From Its Climate Change Leadership?

The European Union’s proposals for a new energy and climate strategy to 2030 have split opinion.
The main components of the package are:
– [...]

Mike Scott (Forbes | January 27, 2014)