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WATCH: Bill Maher trolls climate change-denying Ted Cruz with hilarious Groundhog Day attack ad

4 minutes agoNews : The Raw Story

On Friday night’s Real Time, HBO host Bill Maher took a shot at climate change-denying Republicans — and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, in particular — mocking them with an over-the-top fear mongering attack ad tied to Groundhog Day. After noting that the Iowa caucuses fell on the same day...

Hillary Clinton’s Leftward Shift on Climate

In July, the climate grassroots group 350 Action asked Hillary Clinton at a campaign stop in New Hampshire for her position on banning fossil fuel development on public lands. Clinton gave what she deemed a “responsible answer” thatShow More Summary

Warmest End to the Warmest Year on Record

The latest State of the Climate report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continues with its broken record of broken records. The NOAA report states that not only was 2015 the warmest year on record, it broke the record by the widest margin ever. read more

What happens when an NAACP leader becomes a climate activist? Some really cool stuff

Kathy Egland, longtime civil rights campaigner, has helped to clean up coal pollution, encourage solar, and prepare communities for disasters.

Regrowing Rain Forests May Help Curb Climate Change More Than We Thought

14 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Scientists have long promoted rain forest preservation as a way to mitigate climate change, but now it turns out that regrowing forests is just as important. Newly grown tropical forests can capture harmful carbon from the atmosphere at a rate up to 11 times faster than older forests, according to a study published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Cartoon: Climate change denial winter exercises

14 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Denying climate change exists because it’s cold out is just the tip of the rapidly melting denial iceberg. Unfortunately it’s a well-funded iceberg that’s kept afloat by the indifference of folks who’ll be dead before they’ll have to deal with the consequences of their consumption.

Climate change's frost harms early plant reproduction

Climate change may harm early-flowering plants not through plant-pollinator mismatch but through frost damage, a new study shows.

American Southwest may Mimic Drought Conditions That Destroyed Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloans due to Global Warming

The weather patterns that typically bring moisture to the Southwest are becoming more rare, an indication that the region is sliding into the drier climate state predicted by global models, according to a new study."A normal year inShow More Summary

Out of Frame: Hail, Caesar!

A sly satire of an industry and a media climate where everything is fake from the Coen brothers. [ more › ]

Paris Climate Agreement: Mixed Reviews

When delegates from nearly 200 countries convened in Paris in late November 2015, many were hopeful about the COP21. It could be a watershed moment when the world would unite and finally put forth a plan to combat climate change. The post Paris Climate Agreement: Mixed Reviews appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Planting The Wrong Trees in Europe Made Climate Change Worse: Why Reforestation Isn't That Easy

You’ve heard it before: Deforestation is a major contributor to climate change. To put it simply, trees store carbon, preventing it from entering the atmosphere—which means there are fewer greenhouse gases screwing with Earth’s climate. Show More Summary

Ifo Economic Climate Index for Euro area

Ifo Economic Climate Index in the Euro Area has posted another contraction The post Ifo Economic Climate Index for Euro area was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Can Gender Equity Solve Coffee’s Sustainability Problem?

Women focused on quality coffee create a prosperous model for a struggling industry As many headlines over the past two years suggest, the coffee industry is in trouble, most notably from the ill effects of climate change. When asked...Show More Summary

How Climate Change Unfairly Burdens Poorer Countries

The U.S. emits the second most greenhouse emissions but is largely shielded from the worst effects

Reforestation Is Making Climate Change Worse: We’ve Been Planting The Wrong Trees

17 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

You’ve heard it before: Deforestation is a major contributor to climate change. To put it simply, trees store carbon, preventing it from entering the atmosphere—which means there are fewer greenhouse gases screwing with Earth’s climate. Show More Summary

71 Percent of Small Businesses Expect Growth, Report Says

Despite many challenges, small business owners remain an optimistic lot. Another survey, this from Wasp Barcode Technologies, finds that most small business owners remain optimistic over the economic climate ahead.

Australia guts government climate research

Since climate change is “answered,” researchers aren’t needed.

Thousands of 'climate refugees' could be soon heading to this Middle America town

In the Marshall Islands, climate change is an existential threat. Alternating droughts and cyclones are wreaking havoc on the Pacific island nation of 52,000 people. Rising tides could even submerge the entire country within decades. As coastal homes become uninhabitable, the Marshallese are starting to seek refuge in other countries. Show More Summary

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