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Climate ScienceThe scientific community is certain with near unanimity that man-made global warming is disrupting Earth’s climate and that remedies are urgently needed. But public opinion and political rhetoric do not mirror the prevailing scientific consensus. We report here on continuing climate research and the controversies which surround the empirical findings.
Greenpeace volunteers distributed food and supplies at a base in Queens.
Greenpeace and others are adding 'climate disaster relief' to their missions both for humanitarian purposes and to raise awareness of global warming.
Greenpeace usually makes its headlines for high-profile stunts—storming oil rigs, scaling coal...
Dec 17, 2012 | Read More
Virginia's Republican attorney general, Kenneth Cuccinelli, speaks at the 2012 L
With Virginia's climate skeptic attorney general seeking the governor's seat and fossil fuel money pouring in, familiar battle lines are being drawn.
For climate skeptics, 2012 was a bad year at the polls. President Obama won re-election, and...
Dec 12, 2012 | Read More
EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson speaks at the GreenGov Symposium in September 201
EPA and DOE leaders are key to Obama's environmental legacy as Congress remains deadlocked on climate change policies.
As a stalemated Congress shies away from taking serious action on climate change, environmentalists...
Dec 10, 2012 | Read More
Kick-off of the Do The Math tour in Seattle
The primary aim of student-led campaign at 150-plus universities is to make climate change the moral issue of the generation.
A divestment campaign aimed at fossil fuel companies has swept college campuses across the country...
Dec 6, 2012 | Read More
Plants and soils may not absorb as much carbon as once thought.
As the climate warms, plants and soils may not absorb more carbon as scientists once thought.
When climate scientists try to estimate how much the Earth will warm due to increasing levels of...
Nov 28, 2012 | Read More
Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Federal researchers are on the front line of Harper's alleged 'war on science' as the country's oil ambitions clash with its scientific agenda.
The government of Canada's official position on climate change is that it's real and requires an "...
Nov 27, 2012 | Read More
Electric car outside of EWS, Germany's first green power cooperative utility.
Clean Break: Chapter 6 in the story of Germany's switch to renewables
Phoenix, Arizona—From a block away, the house was hardly visible, hidden by a dense stand of native...
Nov 20, 2012 | Read More
President Obama after his re-election on Tuesday night.
Green groups wasted no time announcing a protest in front of the White House to claim a mandate for action, but partisan gridlock remains.
Even before President Obama took the stage for his victory speech last night, environmentalists...
Nov 7, 2012 | Read More
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney during the pres
Advocates and others weigh in: How will the outcome of this election affect federal climate action? What can we expect Obama and Romney to do?
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's last-minute endorsement of President Obama last week—released in...
Nov 6, 2012 | Read More
Map of Tampa, Fla. if sea levels rose by 5 feet.
Dozens of cities in Florida would be flooded with a 3- to 7-foot rise in sea level—substantially lower than Hurricane Sandy's 9-foot storm surge in NYC.
For much of the Northeast, Hurricane Sandy was a harsh wake-up call to the extreme weather...
Nov 5, 2012 | Read More