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Organizers meet to create $100b climate fund

A new global fund on climate change that aims to channel $100 billion a year in aid to poor countries selected officials from South Africa [...]

John Heilprin (AP | August 23, 2012)

The Climate Change Limits of U.S. Natural Gas

The Associated Press reported last week that U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have dropped to a twenty-year low on the back of abundant natural gas. “The [...]

Michael Levi (CFR | August 20, 2012)

Climate change poses risks to food, beyond U.S. drought

Downpours and heat waves caused by climate change could disrupt food supplies from the fields to the supermarkets, raising the risk of more price spikes [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | August 17, 2012)

Oceans of Garbage (Infographic)

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Staff ( | August 15, 2012)

Jerry Brown sets sights on climate-change ‘deniers’

Gov. Jerry Brown often rails against the “declinists” in California, those who argue the state’s best years are behind it. Now, Brown is turning his [...]

Staff (Los Angeles Times | August 13, 2012)

Parasites may get nastier with climate swings: study

Parasites look set to become more virulent because of climate change, according to a study showing that frogs suffer more infections from a fungus when [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | August 13, 2012)

A Climate Change Fix Conservatives Can Love

So let me get this straight. Yesterday we found out that July was the hottest month on record.
This past week, James Hansen, the director of [...]

Eliot Spitzer (Slate | August 10, 2012)

Climate: US call for ‘flexibility’ on warming spurs row

The United States ran into crossfire on Wednesday after it called for “flexibility” in climate talks, even if this approach could not guarantee meeting the [...]

Staff Writer (AFP | August 8, 2012)

A New Climate-Change Consensus

One scorching summer doesn’t confirm that climate change is real any more than a white Christmas proves it’s a hoax. What matters is the trend—a [...]

Fred Krupp (The Wall Street Journal | August 7, 2012)

Disturbing Signal That Bad U.S. Climate Stance Is About to Get Worse

Todd Stern, the U.S. Special Envoy for Climate Change, was in my neck of the woods the other day. Speaking at Dartmouth College, an hour’s [...]

Kelly Rigg (The Huffington Post | August 7, 2012)