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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)

The bottom line: global warming bad for business

Guilt, cajoling and hard science don’t appear to do the trick.
Perhaps an unbalanced balance sheet will.
At the annual four-day World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, [...]

Editorial (Chicago Sun-Times | January 27, 2014)

Stop the foot-dragging on climate change

The world has very little time — perhaps 15 years — to make serious inroads on climate change, according to a leaked report from a [...]

Editorial (Los Angeles Times | January 21, 2014)

Climate change ‘will double’ El Niño events

A critical weather pattern that fuels deadly weather around the world – the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ESNO) – was previously defined as occurring [...]

Rachel Banning-Lover (The Telegraph | January 21, 2014)

Scientist to US Senate: ‘Climate change is a clear and present danger’

Last Thursday, the US Senate committee on environment & public works held a four-hour hearing to review President Obama’s Climate Action Plan. The hearing began [...]

Dana Nuccitelli (The Guardian | January 21, 2014)

Senate Democrats Aim to Shift Politics of Climate Change

Senate Democrats launched a new effort Tuesday to reclaim the political initiative in the climate change debate and create a sense of urgency about mitigating [...]

Lauren Gardner (Roll Call | January 15, 2014)

Public attitudes often at mercy of the weather, study finds

When much of North America was caught in the grip of unusually cold weather in early January, images of ice-encased lighthouses on Lake Michigan and [...]

Pete Spotts (Christian Science Monitor | January 14, 2014)