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Commentary & Opinion
Commentary & Opinion
June 17, 2013 What to do about climate change -editorialSource: Washington Post
THE INTERNATIONAL Energy Agency (IEA) last week warned that global carbon dioxide emissions in 2012 were the highest ever. Yet international climate negotiations have floundered. Many Americans and their representatives in...
June 6, 2013 Corporate Leaders Need to Step Up on Climate ChangeSource: Working Knowledge, Harvard Business School
Green initiatives are ubiquitous these days, implemented with zeal at companies like Dupont, IBM, Walmart, and Walt Disney. The programs being rolled out—lighting retrofits, zero-waste factories, and carpool incentives—save money...
All countries should outline their long-term plans for curbing greenhouse gases next year, earlier than favoured by Washington, to revive the stalled fight against climate change, the European Union proposed on Tuesday. After...
The New York Times The Opinion Pages - It';s great to see the ;Union of Concerned Scientists offering nonpartisan criticism of elected officials for distorting in both directions what/s known about the role of human-driven global...
Bloomberg BNA -- Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, and San Diego are among the cities most likely to face water scarcity as climate change increases drought potential, a study released May 15 found.
When 16th and 17th century European explorers sailed west in pursuit of a trade route to Asia, their search for a Northwest Passage was foiled by Arctic ice. Five hundred years later, melting icecaps have set off a global race to...
April 22, 2013 Climate Change is Finally Real for the American PeopleSource: Triple Pundit
2012 seems set to go down in history as the year in which climate change became real for the United States. Over a period of six months, New York City flooded, the biggest drought in half a century settled into the Midwest, and...
April 22, 2013 Earth Day Lesson: Environment is not ClimateSource: American Thinker
Earth Day is here again, but few people seem interested any more in global warming. It's plausible to inquire whether people realize we've got a duty to protect the environment. Actually, "protecting the environment" is not...
April 10, 2013 Corporations Can’t Ignore Climate ChangeSource: Triple Pundit
Late last October, the New York Stock Exchange stood quiet as Superstorm Sandy battered the East Coast. It was the first time since 1888 that weather had caused the exchange to close for two consecutive days. In the wake of a...
April 8, 2013 Global warming: time to rein back on doom and gloom?Source: Telegraph.co.uk
All right, I accept that this Arctic April may seem an incongruous time to address global warming. But there are important, and possibly hopeful, developments in the complex, contentious world of climate science that might...
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