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White House Begins Purging Climate Change Science

The exact moment that Donald Trump took office on Friday, the official White House Website was purged of all references to global warming and climate change science. Other sites have followed. This is troubling to us scientists as well as to our military.

Obama’s Top Scientist Explains the Climate Challenge Ahead

Click here for reuse options! Physicist John Holdren says there's reason for optimism, even in these dark times. John Holdren is the longest-serving presidential science adviser in U.S. history. He’s also probably one of the most influential, having advised President Obama on key energy issues for the last eight years. Show More Summary

Naomi Klein Getting Caught Up In The Climate Wars

She’s a powerful and passionate writer and activist, writes Geoff Russell. But she’s missed the mark on the causes of cancer and dispossession. Almost since the beginning there was “the left” and “the right”. We are talking politics here, not handedness. “The left” was always defined roughly as being of the workers while “the right” [...]Show More Summary

Can California's premier climate program survive this legal challenge?

With President Trump in the Oval Office, California officials are bracing for the possibility that the new administration will undermine the state’s landmark policies on climate change. But the more immediate threat isn’t coming from Washington; it lies in a lawsuit that has been slowly winding...

CRS Legal Sidebar: Climate Change Litigation Update - “Children’s Crusade” Case Against the United States Goes Forward

4 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

This CRS Legal Sidebar, Climate Change Litigation Update: "Children's Crusade" Case Against the United States Goes Forward, describes the following: Recently, an Oregon federal district court judge denied the U.S. government’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a group of 21 individuals, all age 20 or younger, and other...

Humans, not climate, killed off Australia's big beasts

5 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Humans exterminated an array of weird and wonderful Australian creatures within only 4,000 years of arriving on the continent, according to a study published Friday that shifted blame away from climate change. Before the arrival of homo...Show More Summary

Al Gore Warns Donald Trump Climate Change Movement Is “Unstoppable” – Sundance Studio

"What will this ultimately lead to, there are many chapters yet to unfold here," said Al Gore today at the Sundance Film Festival on the attitude towards climate change of the new administration of President Donald Trump. "That movement...Show More Summary

UCLA scientists mark Trump's inauguration with plan to protect climate change data

On a rainy Inauguration Day morning, dozens of students, archivists, librarians, professors and other concerned citizens gathered in a UCLA classroom, poring over the Department of Energy website. They sifted through pages covering a broad spectrum of topics, from energy-efficient buildings and...

Climate Scientists Fear Huge Sea Level Rise As Global Warming Remains A Concern

Sea level rise is one of the many consequences of climate change. And if the dire predictions of climate scientists are accurate, there are some troubling signs that this phenomenon may become much more egregious. According to, a new study published this week in the journal Science suggests that today’s ocean surface temperatures are... Show More Summary

The best signs from the San Francisco Women's March

Marchers carried hand-made signs emblazoned with passionate messages of hope, rage and support for a myriad causes: feminism, climate change, women's healthcare, diversity, LGBTQ rights to name only a few.

Is This the Most Politically Relevant Film at Sundance?

We talked to the cast and creators of I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore at Vulture's Sundance Spot this year. Of course, we had to ask them how their film relates to the current political climate, and the answer was fascinating. ... More »

Evolution, Climate and Vaccines: Why Americans Deny Science

Americans like science. So why do they reject scientific conclusions?

2016 Was The Hottest Year On Record For Third Straight Year, Will 2017 Continue The Trend?

The year 2016 was the warmest year since records were first kept in the 1880s, marking the third straight year world temperatures had reached an all-time high. Once again, climate change was blamed as the primary cause for this continuing trend, with the El Nino phenomenon also driving temperatures upwards. Show More Summary

I THOUGHT THE SCIENCE WAS SETTLED. Humans, not climate change, wiped out Australian megafauna….

I THOUGHT THE SCIENCE WAS SETTLED. Humans, not climate change, wiped out Australian megafauna.

Kamala Harris: 'A Good-Paying Job Is A Woman's Issue'

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) spoke to the crowd Saturday at the Women’s March on Washington, emphasizing that issues like the economy, climate change and national security are women’s issues. “We all know the truth: If you are a woman...Show More Summary

Trump expected to roll back Obama climate initiatives despite easing of ‘hoax’ rhetoric

Rick Perry once described the science of climate change as a “contrived, phony mess.” Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama asserted, wrongly, that there’s been “almost no increase” in temperatures over … Click to Continue »

YES! All References On “CLIMATE CONTROL” Are WIPED From White House Website!

Gee, that was fast and unexpected. I thought I heard President Trump making conciliatory noises over climate change to Al Gore and Leonardo DiCaprio. Hmmm, I guess not so much.

3 Ways Donald Trump’s Climate Approach Is A US Economic Disaster

To be fair, we don't yet know what Donald Trump's precise climate approach will be, but it seems all but guaranteed that he will slow and obstruct climate action and will do a great deal to increase pollution and CO2 emissions from out-of-date oil, coal, and gas industries. Show More Summary

As U.S. Cedes Leadership on Climate, Others Step Up at Davos

China, India and even the leaders of large corporations are eager to have a bigger role in fighting global warming, meetings at the World Economic Forum showed.

Instant prints from the L.A. Times photo studio at Sundance 2017

Sundance 2017 updates: Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Sequel' renews climate change talk; doping film 'Icarus' could inflame U.S.-Russia relations Jan. 21, 2017, 8:53 a.m. The Sundance Film Festival is always exciting - ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival is being held during...

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