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It’s Global Warming, Stupid

Yes, yes, it’s unsophisticated to blame any given storm on climate change. Men and women in white lab coats tell us—and they’re right—that many factors [...]

Paul M. Barrett (BusinessWeek | November 1, 2012)

Hurricane Sandy: Costs to Come

THE economic approach to global warming is relatively straightforward. The emission of greenhouse gases generates a negative spillover—global warming—that harms others. Someone driving a car [...]

Ryan Avent (The Economist | November 1, 2012)

New UN “atlas” links climate change, health

Two U.N. agencies have mapped the intersection of health and climate in an age of global warming, showing that there are spikes in meningitis when [...]

Staff Writer (Associated Press | October 29, 2012)

Climate change raises stakes for New York

I spent much of Sunday in touch with a group of fellow researchers. Like myself, they are college professors who are interested in understanding how [...]

Ben Orlove (CNN | October 29, 2012)

Why Climate Change Has Become the Missing Issue

We’re in the final few months of what’s shaping up to be the hottest year on record. In September, Arctic sea ice melted to its [...]

Bryan Walsh (Time | October 23, 2012)

Presidential debate: What climate crisis? A lot of hot air on energy

Watch news clips of Tuesday night’s presidential debate and chances are that the back-and-forth between President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney on energy policy [...]

Dan Turner (Los Angeles Times | October 17, 2012)

Climate Change, The Debate’s Great Unmentionable

Early on in Tuesday night’s debate, the candidates faced off about gasoline prices. In the subsequent coverage, that discussion was very nearly ignored in [...]

Elizabeth Kolbert (The New Yorker | October 17, 2012)

Hot September: Man-Made Global Warming at Work

September 2012 tied for the warmest September on record worldwide, scientists from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration say. It was the third time since [...]

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | October 17, 2012)

Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Pales In Comparison To Arctic Losses

The ice goes on seemingly forever in a white pancake-flat landscape, stretching farther than ever before. And yet in this confounding region of the world, [...]

Seth Borenstein (AP | October 11, 2012)

Report: Climate change behind rise in weather disasters

The number of natural disasters per year has been rising dramatically on all continents since 1980, but the trend is steepest for North America where [...]

Doyle S. Rice (USA Today | October 11, 2012)