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No more excuses on climate change

Skeptics and deniers can make all the noise they want, but a landmark new report is unequivocal: There is a 95 percent chance that human-generated [...]

Eugene Robinson (The Washington Post | October 1, 2013)

It’s still our fault

IT HAS been a long time coming. But then the fifth assessment of the state of the global climate by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate [...]

Staff (The Economist | October 1, 2013)

U.S. is making a dent in its climate change goals

On the eve of the release of a landmark climate change report Friday, U.S. officials said Thursday that the nation is making progress in cutting [...]

Wendy Koch (USA Today | September 26, 2013)

Hunger Seen Worsening by Oxfam as Climate Change Heats Up World

World hunger is expected to worsen as climate change hurts crop production and disrupts incomes, with food-price spikes due to extreme weather set to increase, [...]

Rudy Ruitenberg (Bloomberg | September 24, 2013)

Global Study Puts Climate Change in Economic Terms

A new global initiative wants to present a more persuasive argument for action on climate change by focusing on the economic benefits of doing [...]

Amir Bibawy (Associated Press | September 24, 2013)

Children will bear brunt of climate change impact, new study says

Children will bear the brunt of the impact of climate change because of their increased risk of health problems, malnutrition and migration, according to a [...]

Fiona Harvey (The Guardian | September 23, 2013)

U.N. panel to blame mankind for global warming, explain ‘hiatus’

A United Nations panel of experts met on Monday to review a draft report that raises the probability that climate change is man-made to 95 [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | September 23, 2013)

Virginia Mayors Plead for Help with Climate Change

Weary of debating the causes of climate change, mayors and other elected officials of Virginia’s battered coastal regions gathered here last week and agreed that [...]

Bill Kovarik (Scientific American | September 16, 2013)

Case for climate change is overwhelming, say scientists

With the IPCC report not yet published, there is already heated debate about what it will say, and about the implications of its findings for [...]

Alex Kirby (The Guardian | September 16, 2013)

‘Threatening climate change messages are not effective’

It’s a common refrain: If people only knew more about the science, there wouldn’t be so much polarization on the issue of climate change. But [...]

Diane Toomey (Yale Environment 360 | September 13, 2013)