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America’s Indifference to Climate Change

Elisabeth Rosenthal’s good piece in the Times on why climate change has fallen off the radar screen has received a couple of interesting follow-up posts, including from Plumer. He points to the Senate and the recession as the core reasons for our indifference, but I’m a bit skeptical. Senate rules as currently configured make it [...]
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Americans Don't Care About Climate Change—And That's OK

Society & Culture : Good Blog (3 years ago)

“Whatever happened to global warming?” wonders Elisabeth Rosenthal in this week’s New York Times Sunday Review. Apparently Americans don't regard climate change as a pressing issue anymore. In 2006, 79 percent of us believed that th... Read Post

For NYT Reporter Elisabeth Rosenthal, Everything is Global Warming's Fault

US Politics / Conservative : NewsBusters (4 years ago)

New York Times reporter Elisabeth Rosenthal found a familiar villain for her Thursday Business story on the woeful state of Colombia’s coffee crop - "climate change" (“Coffee Source In Colombia Suffers Setbacks – Climate Change Pose... Read Post

Is Climate Change On Hiatus?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

Brad Plumer warns against complacency when interpreting the latest data on global temperature: We’re still on pace to blow past that 2°C climate target. Intricate arguments about climate sensitivity often bypass a crucial point. Hum... Read Post


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