Chance Of ‘Megadrought’ In U.S. Southwest Now 50 Percent, Study Concludes

Chance Of ‘Megadrought’ In U.S. Southwest Now 50 Percent, Study Concludes

By Veronica Rocha, Los Angeles Times The chance of a "megadrought" gripping the Southwest for more than 30 years has increased to 50 percent, scientists say, which means bad news ...

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Billionaire’s Political Ads Criticized By Fact-Checking Groups

Billionaire’s Political Ads Criticized By Fact-Checking Groups

By Josh Richman, San Jose Mercury News SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Bay Area billionaire Tom Steyer's blitz against candidates who are soft on climate change is underway in seven states, b ...

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Study: Reducing Carbon Emissions Actually Saves Money, Has Health Benefits

Study: Reducing Carbon Emissions Actually Saves Money, Has Health Benefits

Opponents of carbon-reduction policies always argue that they’re too expensive. But a new study published in Nature Climate Change shows that popular proposals to cut carbon dioxi ...

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Wither The Great Barrier Reef

Wither The Great Barrier Reef

“The Reef: A Passionate History: The Great Barrier Reef From Captain Cook To Climate Change” by Iain McCalman tells the story of northeast Australia’s 1430 mile-long natural marve ...

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Even Red States Can’t Ignore Rising Green Economy

Even Red States Can’t Ignore Rising Green Economy

With so many homeowners and businesses making greener energy choices, private utilities — along with big oil, gas, coal, and nuclear companies — see the writing on the wall. Unlik ...

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Is A Nice Man

Neil deGrasse Tyson Is A Nice Man

When I first encountered Neil deGrasse Tyson, I thought, "What a nice man." He was on the TV screens at New York's Hayden Planetarium, where he's director, urging us to behold the ...

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Conservatives Confuse Science For Religion, And Vice Versa

Conservatives Confuse Science For Religion, And Vice Versa

Recently a friend posted a video on Facebook that he asserted would demolish the Godless theory of evolution. On it, a fellow sitting in a pickup and wearing a backward baseball c ...

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WATCH: Liberal Billionaire Launches Ad Campaign Slamming Iowa’s Ernst

WATCH: Liberal Billionaire Launches Ad Campaign Slamming Iowa’s Ernst

Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer's SuperPAC, NextGen Climate, released the first in what is expected to be an avalanche of midterm election ads on Wednesday, targeting Iowa Republic ...

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Changing Sea Chemistry Will Hit Alaska Communities Hard, Study Says

Changing Sea Chemistry Will Hit Alaska Communities Hard, Study Says

By Sandi Doughton, The Seattle Times SEATTLE -- Oyster growers in the Pacific Northwest have already been stung by changes in ocean chemistry linked to greenhouse-gas emissions. N ...

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White House Warns Climate Inaction Could Cost U.S. Billions

White House Warns Climate Inaction Could Cost U.S. Billions

Washington (AFP) - Delaying efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could cost the U.S. $150 billion per year, the White House warned Tuesday in a report on the economic conseq ...

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