Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders urges Attorney General Loretta Lynch to investigate potential fraud by ExxonMobil over conflicts in what the energy company knew internally and what it said publicly about the causes of climate change.
After revelations that the company pivoted from researching climate change to funding denial, Sen. Bernie Sanders joins calls for a federal probe.
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STOCKHOLM (AP) - African countries on Sunday dismissed an early draft of a U.N. climate accord as "unbalanced" and demanded amendments to even consider it at the final negotiating session before a landmark conference in Paris.
Through the American Business Act on Climate pledge, companies are supporting an agreement from the U.N. Conference on Climate Change and agree to limit their emissions, increase low-carbon investments, deploy more clean energy and take other actions, said Brian Deese, senior adviser to President Obama. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, file)Read more
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It's virtually certain that in January 2016, the planet will set a new record for the warmest calendar year on record. A key data set that tracks global average surface temperatures, which comes from the Japan Meteorological Agency, shows a huge jump in temperatures in September as compared to average.
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A new survey shows that seven out of 10 Americans accept the science behind global warming.
The global concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – the primary driver of recent climate change – has reached 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in recorded history, according to data from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii.Read more