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Climate Change-Denying Senator Cruz Will Oversee NASA

Senator Ted Cruz of Texas will chair the Senate subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness, providing him with an oversight role of the National Aeronautics [...]

Alex Wilhelm (Techcrunch | January 13, 2015)

Estimated social cost of climate change underestimated

The economic damage caused by a ton of carbon dioxide emissions – often referred to as the “social cost” of carbon – could actually be [...]

Ker Than (Stanford University | January 13, 2015)

Australia records third-warmest year in 2014

Australia has recorded its third-warmest calendar year since national records began in 1910, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says.
Frequent heatwaves and a marked reduction in [...]

Staff (BBC | January 6, 2015)

Playing Dumb on Climate Change

Scientists have often been accused of exaggerating the threat of climate change, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that they ought to be more emphatic about [...]

Naomi Oreskes (The New York Times | January 5, 2015)

Pope Francis to issue climate change call to arms

Pope Francis has declared it his mission to take on climate change in 2015, through a series of speeches, summit appearances and a rare call-to-arms [...]

Adam Withnall (The Independent | December 29, 2014)

Coral Clues Hint at Looming Global Warming Spike

Chemical clues in skeletons produced by coral growing at Kiribati contain a newly discovered warning. They caution of a global climate system that’s capable of [...]

John Upton (Climate Central | December 29, 2014)

Arctic still heating up twice as fast as rest of planet

If global warming has paused, someone forgot to tell the Arctic.
Annual average temperatures have continued to rise for the region as a whole throughout the [...]

Pete Spotts (CSM | December 18, 2014)

3.6 Degrees of Uncertainty

After two weeks of grinding meetings in Lima, Peru, the world’s climate negotiators emerged this weekend with a deal. They settled on preliminary language, to [...]

Justin Gillis (The New York Times | December 18, 2014)

A Global Accord to Fight Climate Change Is in Sight

Diplomats from 196 countries are closing in on the framework of a potentially historic deal that would for the first time commit every nation in [...]

Coral Davenport (New York Times | December 10, 2014)

Cities and Markets Can Fight Climate Change

Representatives from every national government are meeting this week to work toward a global climate agreement, and the location of the conference — Lima, Peru [...]

Michael Bloomberg (Bloomberg View | December 9, 2014)