Ocean Plastic Will Be Found in 99% Seabirds by 2050

EcoWatch: Plastic pollution in the ocean is like a floating minefield to marine life, from microscopic plankton to giant whales. Now, a new study estimates [...]

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Watch Chris Christie Angrily Refute His Climate Denial

EcoWatch: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last weekend flatly denied comments he made earlier this month that “breathing” contributes to climate change–and seemed to make [...]

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Yes, a warmer Arctic means cold winters elsewhere. Here’s how

InsideClimate: Melting sea ice and warmer temperatures in the Arctic are to blame for the brutal cold snaps that have plagued parts of Asia and [...]

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Obama walks a fine line on climate in Alaska, and so do Alaskans

InsideClimate: President Obama hopes his three-day tour of Alaska this week highlights the devastating impacts of climate change in the Arctic, even though it comes [...]

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Dutch Govn’t Seeks to Appeal Ruling to Slash Carbon Emissions Faster

Reuters: The Dutch government will appeal against a district court ruling ordering it to cut emissions of greenhouse gases faster than currently planned, in a [...]

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General Mills pledges $100 million to combat climate change

Grist: Last year, the poverty-fighting nonprofit Oxfam slammed 10 big food and beverage companies for not doing enough to fight climate change, and called out [...]

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Lessons From a Failed Prediction

Why Make Predictions?
While there are actually other stories unfolding in the world of energy, you would never know that by my inbox. Most of the [...]

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Researchers Develop Artificial Leaf That Efficiently Mimics Photosynthesis

Yale Environment 360: Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have developed an artificial leaf that can produce hydrogen fuel through a process similar to [...]

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California Climate-Related Bills Go Down to the Wire

Inside Bay Area: With the deadline for lawmakers to finish their work less than two weeks away, Gov. Jerry Brown and state Senate leader Kevin [...]

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Indonesia May Increase Its Emissions Cut Pledge Ahead of Paris

Reuters: Indonesia is looking to increase its current pledges on cutting emissions growth, a senior government adviser said on Monday, with a final decision likely [...]

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