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Candidates ignore climate change debate

When President Obama and Mitt Romney square off Wednesday in their first debate, global warming may be the biggest topic that neither wants to touch.
Obama [...]

David R. Baker (San Francisco Chronicle | October 5, 2012)

Fish to shrink as global warming leaves them gasping for oxygen

Fish are likely to get smaller on average by 2050 because global warming will cut the amount of oxygen in the oceans in a shift [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | October 2, 2012)

Climate change is already damaging global economy, report finds

Climate change is already contributing to the deaths of nearly 400,000 people a year and costing the world more than $1.2 trillion, wiping 1.6% annually [...]

Fiona Harvey (The Guardian | September 27, 2012)

Climate change will shift marine predators’ habitat, study says

The top ocean predators in the North Pacific could lose as much as 35 percent of their habitat by the end of the century as [...]

Juliet Eilperin (The Washington Post | September 24, 2012)

Climate change growing threat to food, biodiversity – officials

Climate change is a major threat to the world’s food supply and to biodiversity, and prompt action to deal with it is crucial, environmental experts [...]

Amantha Perera (Reuters | September 24, 2012)

Climate Change: Campaign Fails To Highlight Severity Of Issue

The issue:
People love to talk about the weather, especially when it’s strange like the mercifully ended summer of 2012. This year the nation’s weather has [...]

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | September 24, 2012)

Time for the GOP to Get Serious About Climate Change

Mitt Romney’s remarks on NBC’s Meet the Press earlier this month rankled environmental activists hoping for a bipartisan approach to climate change. “I’m not [...]

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross (The Atlantic | September 17, 2012)

America Is Only Nation Where Climate Scientists Face Organized Harassment

The harassment faced by U.S.-based climate scientists has been well documented in the media—but not the harassment of scientists in Europe, Canada or the rest [...]

Katherine Bagley (Inside Climate | September 12, 2012)

Obama Counterpunches on Climate Change

Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee, took a not-too-subtle jab at President Obama in his convention speech last week, mocking Mr. Obama’s soaring 2008 campaign [...]

John M. Broder (New York Times | September 7, 2012)

Climate change: why it could be a hot topic on the campaign trail

Like Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter saga, climate change has been the issue “that shall not be named” – mostly a political no-show in [...]

Mark Clayton (The Christian Science Monitor | September 7, 2012)