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Obama Drives Ahead With Government Emissions Cuts

President Barack Obama ordered the federal government on Thursday to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by nearly half over the next decade, driving his climate [...]

Josh Lederman (AP | March 20, 2015)

Did climate change cause Vanuatu damage?

Vanuatu sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire – and faces a combination of threats by nature, be they earthquakes, tsunamis or cyclones.
But President Baldwin [...]

Roger Harrabin (BBC | March 16, 2015)

Climate change in the Arctic is messing with our weather

There has been a lot of attention on the influence of rapid warming of the Arctic on weather in the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes. Much of [...]

John Abraham (The Guardian | March 16, 2015)

Keep fossil fuels in the ground to stop climate change

f you visit the website of the UN body that oversees the world’s climate negotiations, you will find dozens of pictures, taken across 20 years, [...]

George Monbiot (The Guardian | March 11, 2015)

California’s hot, dry winters tied to climate change

Climate change is one of the most prominent public health issues currently on the CDC’s radar. The organization’s Climate and Health Program attempts to help [...]

Roheeni Saxena (Ars Technica | March 9, 2015)

How climate change helps fuel California drought

Climate change is increasing the risk of severe drought in California by causing warm periods and dry periods to overlap more often, according to a [...]

Bettina Boxall (Los Angeles Times | March 4, 2015)

How Climate Change Will Affect NYC’s Skyline

LAST WEEK, THE New York City Panel on Climate Change released a new report detailing exactly how climate scientists expect New York City to change [...]

Neel V. Patel (Wired | March 3, 2015)

Democrats instigate funding probe, get pushback

Several members of Congress have begun sending letters to universities, energy companies and trade associations, seeking information about funding to scientists who have been critical [...]

Brooks Hays (UPI | March 2, 2015)

The real significance of Obama’s Keystone XL veto

The seemingly unending Keystone XL saga hit the spotlight again Tuesday — when President Obama vetoed legislation that would have approved the pipeline. The bill [...]

Chris Mooney (The Washington Post | February 26, 2015)

Can only Republicans help Republicans on climate change?

On a Tuesday conference call, climate policy champion Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) predicted that the toxic politics of global warming will change “because of [...]

Stephen Stromberg (The Washington Post | February 25, 2015)