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Obama’s policy appears to survive early court challenge

President Obama’s ambitious plan to battle climate change by forcing power plants to reduce their greenhouse gases appeared to survive its first court challenge Thursday, [...]

David Savage (Los Angeles Times | April 17, 2015)

Vatican Announces Major Summit On Climate Change

Catholic officials announced on Tuesday plans for a landmark climate change-themed conference to be hosted at the Vatican later this month, the latest in Pope [...]

Jack Jenkins (Climate Progress | April 15, 2015)

Thousands March In Canada To Call For Action

Thousands of Canadians took to the streets of Quebec City, Quebec on Saturday to call on their country to curb tar sands growth take action [...]

Katie Valentine (Climate Progress | April 13, 2015)

Wisconsin also stifles ‘climate change’ talk

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) recently generated national headlines after officials at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection claimed they were ordered not to use [...]

Steve Benen (MSNBC | April 9, 2015)

Rand Paul is no moderate on climate change

Journalists love a counterintuitive story, like when a Democrat criticizes unions or a Republican endorses gay marriage. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), with his idiosyncratic libertarianism, [...]

Ben Adler (Grist | April 8, 2015)

Did climate change cause California drought?

Last week, California Gov. Jerry Brown ordered mandatory statewide restrictions on water use for the first time in the state’s history. His action was driven [...]

Adam Sobel (CNN | April 8, 2015)

U.S. has bold plan to stall climate change

In baseball, there’s a traditional comeback after a tough season: “Wait ’til next year!” For climate change “next year” is now. This year is the [...]

Bill Richardson (CNN | April 2, 2015)

California Drought Is Worsened by Global Warming

The severe California drought that has led the state to order cutbacks in water use may not have been set off by climate change, scientists [...]

Henry Fountain (New York Times | April 2, 2015)

Shell cynically blocking action on climate change

Shell and its oil and gas peers are narcissistic, paranoid and psychopathic, and engaged in a cynical attempt to block action on global warming, according [...]

Damian Carrington (The Guardian | March 30, 2015)

Amazon Forest Becoming Less of a Climate Change Safety Net

The ability of the Amazon forest to soak up excess carbon dioxide is weakening over time, researchers reported last week. That finding suggests that limiting [...]

Justin Gillis (New York Times | March 23, 2015)