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: U.S. Carbon Emissions Rise Despite Efforts to Combat
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: Walmart now has more solar power than 35 states and the District of Columbia.
9 hours 23 min
: Patagonia will start paying for homeowners' solar panels
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I wonder if New York Times feels awkward being so close to Wall Street Journal on this map of climate communications?
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: Pinpointing sources of air pollutions from
, new research from CIRES,
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: A very nice obituary for Rick Piltz by
at the Washington Post:
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To understand the complexities of the talks leading from Bonn to Lima to Paris, check out this UNFCCC "non-paper"
10 hours 51 min
800 scientists ask PM Harper to end "burdensome restrictions on scientific communication" endured by govt scientists.
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US energy-related carbon dioxide emissions increased 2.5 percent in 2013; largely because of the cold winter, sez EIA
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GAO: Lifting the 40-yr ban on US oil exports "may increase GHGs and other air emissions" because fuel use would rise:
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The tar sands train that couldn't.
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"In races like these, climate advocates don't have a candidate to root for"
explains key midterm races
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Climate talks in Bonn included a daylong session on carbon capture & sequestration, on-demand webcast and slides here
12 hours 41 min
: Between Steyer & Obama's climate policy enviro ads are exploding onto TV screens,
12 hours 52 min
: February 1985: The last time global average temperatures were, well, average:
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Mosaic, which lets people invest in solar projects, lands $100M in financing from reinsurer PartnerRe for solar loans
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There are lot of midterm races that will be lose-lose for climate action advocates. Here are 5 critical ones:
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Downfall of living in a 1st floor apt: When your landlord decides to work in the basement, it sounds like your walls are falling down... -
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In these states (KY, LA, GA, AR, AK), senate races are lose-lose for climate advocates.
14 hours 41 min
Even if Dems win Senate by slim margin, climate action could still be foiled for years by members of their own party.
15 hours 5 min
Shift to Low-Carbon Economy Could Free Up $1.8 Trillion, Study Says
Obama Puts Climate Change High on the Agenda With Indian PM Modi
UN Climate Summit Achieves Successes, But Does It Really Matter?
World Leaders Use UN Meeting to Create Momentum for Climate Action
Faith Leaders Pledge Climate Action in NYC
October 21, 2014
Renewables, Efficiency Made Up 70% of the Drop in U.S. Emissions Since 2007
EPA Lowers the Bar in Defining Biofuels
DOE Hits Brakes on Efficiency Rules
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Canada Misleads in Keystone XL Ads
In Fracking's Wake: Vast Open Pits of Chemical Sludge
As People March, A Moment of Truth in the Climate Fight
U.S. Climate Envoy: Climate Denial To Be Political Liability
'Axis of Carbon' a Climate Treaty Obstacle
Exxon's Deepening Ties With Russia
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October 21, 2014
UN Climate Talks to Test New York Summit Gains
A Year Later, Cleanup Still Going for North Dakota Oil Spill
Total Oil Chief Dies in Jet Crash
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Brazilian State Blazes Path To Sustainability in Amazonia
Amazon Logging Town Struggles Amid Tough Crackdown on Deforestation
In the Amazon, Where 'Only Outsiders Like Going into the Forest'
Prosecutor Takes on Beef Industry to Put Brakes on Deforestation in the Amazon
Farmers in the Amazon: 'We Are the Real Stewards of the Land'
Koch Brothers' Political Activism Protects Their 50-Year Stake in Canadian Heavy Oils
Koch Subsidiary Told Regulators It Has 'Direct and Substantial Interest' in Keystone XL
Keystone Pipeline Will Diminish Energy Security, Prominent Canadian Says
EPA Slams State Department on Proposed Oil Pipeline
White House could intervene as environmental security takes equal place next to energy security as national concern
The EPA has slowed down the approval process of a permit for a new Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline...
By David Sassoon
Jul 27, 2010
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