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Scientists urge global ‘wake-up call’ to deal with climate change

Climate change has advanced so rapidly that the time has come to look at options for a planetary-scale intervention, the National Academy of Science said [...]

Suzanne Goldenberg (The Guardian | February 12, 2015)

WH: Climate change directly impacts more Americans than terrorism

The White House stood by its decision on Tuesday to include climate change impacts in its national security strategy released last week.
When asked if [...]

Laura Barron-Lopez (The Hill | February 11, 2015)

Climate Change Is of Growing Concern to U.S. Hispanics

Alfredo Padilla grew up in Texas as a migrant farmworker who followed the harvest with his parents to pick sugar beets in Minnesota each summer. [...]

Coral Davenport (New York Times | February 9, 2015)

The Best Technology for Fighting Climate Change? Trees

When people talk about technologies that might offset climate change, they often evoke not-yet-invented marvels, like planes spraying chemicals into the atmosphere or enormous skyscrapers [...]

Robinson Meyer (The Atlantic | February 9, 2015)

No, climate models aren’t exaggerating global warming

Weather and climate agencies around the world have been almost unanimous in declaring 2014 the hottest year on record — something that has promoted considerable [...]

Puneet Kollipara (The Washington Post | February 4, 2015)

Climate Change’s Bottom Line

It was 8 degrees in Minneapolis on a recent January day, and out on Interstate 394, snow whipped against the windshields of drivers on their [...]

Burt Helm (The New York Times | February 2, 2015)

‘Not a scientist’ not enough for some U.S. Republicans

Rick Perry’s farewell speech to the Texas legislature listed the accomplishments expected from an outgoing Republican governor of the country’s largest oil-producing state. But his [...]

Valerie Volcovici (Reuters | January 27, 2015)

Climate change could impact poor more than thought

It’s widely accepted that climate change will have bigger negative impacts on poorer countries than wealthy ones. However, a new economic modeling study finds that [...]

Dana Nuccitelli (The Guardian | January 26, 2015)

Senate fails to accept humanity’s role in climate change, again

It is nearly 27 years now since a Nasa scientist testified before the US Senate that the agency was 99% certain that rising global temperatures [...]

Suzanne Goldenberg (The Guardian | January 22, 2015)

Obama: No greater threat to future than climate change

What President Barack Obama described as the greatest threat to future generations was neither terrorism nor ISIS. It wasn’t nuclear weapons in rogue states either.
“No [...]

Madison Park (CNN | January 21, 2015)