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It’s Earth Day

Today is Earth Day! Over one billion people in 192 countries are participating from London to Sao Paolo, Seoul to Babylon City, New Delhi to [...]

Staff (Earth Day Network | April 22, 2013)

British children ‘deeply concerned’ about the impact of climate change

British children are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change on their own lives and those of children on poorer nations, according to a [...]

Damian Carrington (The Guardian | April 17, 2013)

Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Exacerbates Climate Change

The Keystone XL Pipeline would move enough tar sands oil to result in another 181 million metric tons of greenhouse gases entering the atmosphere yearly. [...]

David Biello (Scientific American | April 17, 2013)

Has Obama Already Given Up on Climate Change?

The budget released this week by the White House is by far Obama’s most ambitious statement of his legislative priorities since 2009, when, as [...]

Ryan Lizza (The New Yorker | April 12, 2013)

Climate Change Seen Leaving Arctic Ice-Free by 2050

The Earth’s northern polar region will be almost ice-free in the warmest months by 2050, sooner than previously estimated, according to a study by two [...]

Mark Drajem (Bloomberg | April 12, 2013)

New teaching standards delve more deeply into climate change

The politically touchy topic of climate change will be taught more deeply to students under proposed new national science standards released Tuesday.
The Next Generation Science [...]

Teresa Watanabe (Los Angeles Times | April 12, 2013)

Turbulence ahead as climate changes

Get ready for more choppy, nerve-fraying transatlantic flights.
New research shows that climate change will cause more turbulence for transatlantic fliers by the middle of this [...]

Alanna Petroff (CNN | April 9, 2013)

Margaret Thatcher’s Climate Change Of Heart

In 1990, Margaret Thatcher emerged as one of the first world leaders to champion climate science, issuing a call to action to fight manmade global [...]

Lucia Graves (The Huffington Post | April 9, 2013)

Is the Keystone XL pipeline fight the Stonewall of climate change?

A few weeks ago, Time magazine called the fight over the Keystone XL pipeline that will bring some of the dirtiest energy on the planet [...]

Bill McKibben (The Guardian | April 8, 2013)

Why Keystone Matters

I’ve had many friends, even like-minded, eco-friendly friends, ask me, “Why is Keystone a big deal? Isn’t it just another pipeline?”
Keystone is a big deal, [...]

Wendy Abrams (The Huffington Post | April 2, 2013)