THERE ARE NO PEOPLE BACKING FLORIDA’S DECEPTIVE SOLAR AMENDMENT. ONLY CORPORATIONS!

 

Money and misinformation could give Florida utilities a big win in November...

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POPE FRANCIS'S EDICT ON CLIMATE CHANGE HAS FALLEN ON CLOSED EARS, STUDY FINDS...

Knowledge of the pope’s encyclical, called Laudato Si’, did not appear to be linked to higher levels of concern regarding climate change, the study found. Photograph: Bullit Marquez/AP

 

Hailed as a significant call for action, the pope’s encyclical has not had the anticipated rallying effect on public opinion, researchers have found...

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WOO HOO!!! COURT RULES FUTURE CLIMATE PROJECTIONS CAN BE USED TO PROTECT SPECIES NOW...

So cute, so precedent-setting. CREDIT: iStock/AG-ChapelHill

 

A federal court found that animals can be listed as endangered based on climate projections...

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CLIMATE CHANGE: SCIENTISTS SEEK TO FIND THE 'TIPPING POINT' OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AROUND NZ...

Waikato University microbiologist Professor Craig Cary is leading a million-dollar searching for a potential "tipping point" in acidification of coastal ecosystems. Photo / File

 

Kiwi scientists are simulating how New Zealand's coastal environment will respond to potentially disastrous effects of acidification caused by climate change...

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CLIMATE CHANGE WILL CHANGE HOW WE GROW FOOD...

credit: National Geographic

 

The world's leading agriculture organization sounds an urgent alarm as temperatures climb and water use is expected to rise...

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GOVERNMENTS AGREE U.N. STUDY OF TOUGH CLIMATE LIMIT, DESPITE DOUBTS...

A building under construction is seen amidst smog on a polluted day in Shenyang, Liaoning province November 21, 2014. REUTERS/Jacky Chen

 

Governments gave the green light on Thursday for a U.N. scientific study on how to meet an ambitious global warming target, despite growing worries by some scientists that the goal may be unrealistic...

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“THE HOTTEST HOLE IN THE WORLD”: ICELAND’S BOLD IDEA FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY...

It’s sort of like this, except waaaaay deep beneath the Earth. (Shutterstock)

 

For Iceland, renewable energy is easy. Almost annoyingly so...

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WE JUST ENTERED AN ALARMING 'NEW ERA' OF GLOBAL WARMING...

The sun sets beyond visitors to Liberty Memorial as the temperature hovers around 100 degrees in Kansas City, Mo. in July, 2016. Image: Charlie Riedel/AP

 

The Earth permanently passed a global warming threshold last year that alarms climate scientists and has profound consequences for everyone alive today — particularly young people looking forward to the future...

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COMMENTARY: A PROMISING PICK FOR UN SECRETARY GENERAL...

António Guterres, credit United States Mission Geneva/flickr

 

The selection of António Guterres as the new United Nations Secretary General is encouraging news for those concerned about the global challenges brought on by climate change...

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IN PERU, THIS YOUNG ACTIVIST IS SPARKING A MOVEMENT FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE...

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Majandra Rodriguez Acha was 19 when her country erupted in protests over Amazonian oil. The year was 2009, and Peru’s president had just opened the jungle to oil development, ensuring the displacement of thousands of indigenous people. Enraged by the violent clashes she saw on television, Acha attended a protest on her own. The police released tear gas on Acha and the other protesters as they shouted “La selva no se vende, la selva se defiende.” In other words: You don’t sell the jungles, you defend them...

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