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Does Climate Change Make Western Firefighting More Dangerous?

In the wake of the tragic news that 19 heroic members of an elite “Hotshot” firefighting team were killed in Arizona, there’s been renewed discussion [...]

Chris Mooney (Mother Jones | July 3, 2013)

The Politics of Energy Is Changing

In February, Russia launched a new Arctic strategy, the latest signal of its intent in the contested, melting polar region. Closer to the equator, temperatures [...]

Mohamed Nasheed (The Huffington Post | July 1, 2013)

Climate change: While Congress sleeps

In the full glare of Washington’s summer sunshine, Barack Obama unveiled what he called “a co-ordinated assault on a changing climate” on June 25th. He [...]

Staff (The Economist | June 28, 2013)

Obama Shares Plan for Action on Climate Change

In a speech at Georgetown University Tuesday, President Barack Obama outlined a long-awaited executive strategy — comprised mostly of initiatives already underway — to curb [...]

Tim Profeta (The Huffington Post | June 28, 2013)

Five Reasons for Obama to Sell Climate Change as a Health Issue

After five years of referring to climate change as a long-term climate and humanitarian problem, President Obama is trying a new strategy. In a speech [...]

Dan Stone (National Geographic | June 25, 2013)

Obama Preparing Big Effort to Curb Climate Change

President Obama is preparing a major policy push on climate change, including, for the first time, limits on greenhouse gas emissions from new and [...]

John M. Broder (The New York Times | June 19, 2013)

Will Climate Change Destroy New York City?

The city of New York — America’s largest metropolis and home to over 8 million people — will be ravaged by the effects of [...]

Marc Lallanilla (LiveScience | June 19, 2013)

What to do about climate change

The International Energy Agency (IEA) last week warned that global carbon dioxide emissions in 2012 were the highest ever. Yet international climate negotiations have floundered. [...]

Editorial (The Washington Post | June 17, 2013)

Adapting to Climate Change in New York

It is fair to say that none of us were fully prepared for the impact of Hurricane Sandy. Nevertheless, first responders in this region saved [...]

Steven Cohen (The Huffington Post | June 17, 2013)

NASA warns Arctic thaw could have huge impact on global warming

The Arctic’s permafrost soils have NASA worried. Scientists monitoring carbon levels in the top layers of Arctic soils have identified huge deposits that, if thawed [...]

Matt Brian (The Verge | June 12, 2013)