EPA: Native American tribes hit hard by climate change

TriplePundit: Drought conditions in the Pacific Northwest aren’t letting up. In fact, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency forecasts that while there may be some [...]

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Environment is grabbing big role in ads for campaigns

New York Times: In Michigan, an ad attacking Terri Lynn Land, the Republican candidate for the United States Senate, opens with a shot of rising [...]

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Forcing climate change onto the national agenda

Washington Post: The 2014 elections have been a dispiriting affair, replete with Democratic skittishness about the major legislative achievement known as Obamacare and wretched GOP [...]

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Weak EU 2030 climate deal risks nearly a million jobs, warn unions

Guardian: Nearly a million potential jobs will be lost if EU leaders fail to agree strong climate and energy targets at a summit starting on [...]

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Australia’s Plan for Antarctic Sanctuary Gains… Less Ground?

Nature World: Australia’s plan for creating a vast marine reserve off Antarctica has gained less ground, but the country said Monday it’s still hopeful in [...]

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Brazil protects giant swathe of Amazon rainforest

Reuters: The Brazilian government said on Tuesday it has put an environmentally rich area of the Amazon rainforest under federal protection, creating a reserve larger [...]

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Politicians Are No Scientists On Climate Change, Happy Give Medical Opinions On Ebola

Huffington Post: “I’m not a scientist, but …” has become something of a cliché among politicians who want to weigh in on climate science without [...]

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This could be the hottest year on record, again

Grist: Hold onto your hats. Or parasols. It’s getting warmer.
The land and sea temperatures are in for last month, and it was the hottest September [...]

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Polar Vortex Spiked U.S. CO2 Emissions in 2013

Climate Central: Bitter cold and a chill wind inevitably mean the heat gets cranked up inside. And as the polar vortex parked itself over Canada [...]

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US oil exports would worsen global warming, govt auditors say

InsideClimate: Allowing United States oil producers to export crude would not only sway markets at home and abroad, it would also worsen global warming and [...]

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