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Report: Climate change may pose threat to economic growth

Nearly a third of the world’s economic output will come from countries facing “high” to “extreme” risks from the impacts of climate change within 12 [...]

Tim Hume (CNN | October 31, 2013)

Climate change pact signed by CA, OR, WA and BC

Saying that the West Coast must lead the way in battling climate change, the governors of California, Oregon and Washington, along with a representative of [...]

Paul Rogers (San Jose Mercury News | October 29, 2013)

Students from 720 campuses rally for energy, climate change

Students from more than 720 campuses and communities attended Power Shift 2013 last weekend in order to discuss climate, energy and environmental justice issues.
Power Shift, [...]

Liz Dennerlein (USA Today | October 25, 2013)

Climate change is ‘absolutely’ linked to wildfires, says UN chief

The head of a United Nations committee on climate change said this week that global warming is “absolutely” linked to a recent spate of wildfires [...]

Amar Toor (The Verge | October 23, 2013)

Congress turns a blind eye to global warming

This wasn’t the dramatic news that opponents of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) were hoping for: Last Tuesday, the Supreme Court declined to consider a [...]

Editorial (The Washington Post | October 23, 2013)

We Don’t Care About Saving Our Grandchildren From Climate Change

You want to know what the biggest obstacle to dealing with climate change is? Simple: time. It will take decades before the carbon dioxide we [...]

Bryan Walsh (Time | October 21, 2013)

Why Informing Younger Generations About Climate Change is Key

Climate change has the potential to destabilize life as we know it. But most of us won’t know it until these catastrophic changes show up [...]

Brian Seavitt (The Huffington Post | October 17, 2013)

Climate change is here and now: Our view

All too often, global warming is discussed as something that will affect future generations of people, penguins and polar bears. That it will. But a [...]

Editorial (USA Today | October 15, 2013)

U.S. justices to hear challenge to Obama on climate change

In a blow to the Obama administration, the Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a challenge to part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s [...]

Lawrence Hurley (Reuters | October 15, 2013)

Let’s be honest – the global warming debate isn’t about science

The 2013 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report states with 95 percent confidence that humans have caused most, and probably all of the rapid [...]

Dana Nuccitelli (The Guardian | October 7, 2013)