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California Democratic Party pushing Tom Steyer's impeachment petition
Los Angeles Times • Melanie Mason
Can a spreadsheet help crack the climate challenge? These Harvard students hope so.
Global Post • Pri's The World
Taiwan Finds A Way Into The World Climate Dialogue Despite China
Forbes • Contributor, Ralph Jennings
California's most recent cap-and-trade permit auction raises more than $800 million
Los Angeles Times • Liam Dillon
Keystone XL is still the wrong project for a world facing global warming. Kill it and be done
Los Angeles Times • The Times Editorial Board
We Are Still In and We're More Committed than Ever
Forbes • Contributor, Mindy Lubber
Australia's weather bureau issues La Nina alert
Reuters • Reuters Staff
In D.C.’s long-running ‘weather portrait,’ there’s a lot more red than there used to be
Washington Post • Ian Livingston
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
Bloomberg • Alan Bjerga
Watch the planet warm in real time with these unnerving tickers
Vox • Umair Irfan
 
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Electric Vehicles, Greenhouse Gases
California Democratic Party pushing Tom Steyer's impeachment petition
Los Angeles TimesMelanie Mason
U.S. Rep. Tony Cardenas said Tuesday that allegations of sexual harassment made against Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra “describe behavior that's unacceptable under any circumstance” and called for holding people “accountable.” Cardenas and Bocanegra are both Democrats hailing from the northeast San Fernando Valley...
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Climate Change, Energy Efficiency
Can a spreadsheet help crack the climate challenge? These Harvard students hope so.
Global Post Pri's The World
As an environment reporter for The World, I spend a lot of time reporting on climate change as an international policy issue. I spend less time thinking and learning about what it would actually look like to live in a country that’s...
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Climate Change, Diplomacy
Taiwan Finds A Way Into The World Climate Dialogue Despite China
ForbesContributor, Ralph Jennings
Taiwan came up with a clever way to get as close as possible to the climate change talks, known as the 23rd conference of the parties, in Bonn and score some international attention this month.
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Auto Industry, Carbon Markets
California's most recent cap-and-trade permit auction raises more than $800 million
Los Angeles TimesLiam Dillon
California’s cap-and-trade program received another boost Tuesday, with its most recent permit auction reaching record-high sales, according to details released by regulators Tuesday. The regular auctions are a key feature of the program, which requires companies to buy permits to release greenhouse...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Keystone XL is still the wrong project for a world facing global warming. Kill it and be done
Los Angeles TimesThe Times Editorial Board
A decision Monday by the Nebraska Public Service Commission was supposed to settle the fate of TransCanada Corp.’s controversial $8-billion Keystone XL pipeline, which is designed to carry tar sands oil from Canada to U.S. refineries. But the commission didn’t give the...
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Bank of America, Climate Change
We Are Still In and We're More Committed than Ever
ForbesContributor, Mindy Lubber
With COP23 concluded and my Ceres colleagues home from Bonn, I’m grounded in a renewed affirmation of where we stand -- as both Americans and as global citizens -- and I’m more energized than ever to move faster and more boldly into...
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Climate Change
Australia's weather bureau issues La Nina alert
ReutersReuters Staff
WELLINGTON () - Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued an alert on Tuesday for a La Nina weather event next month, saying the chance it would take place was triple the normal likelihood. The bureau pegged the chance of a La Nina...
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Climate Change
In D.C.’s long-running ‘weather portrait,’ there’s a lot more red than there used to be
Washington PostIan Livingston
very large size. There’s a clear shift from a lot of blue in the late 1800s to a lot of red recently. I’ve now done this at a few stations. The cool to warm shift is apparent across the country. That said,...
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Agriculture, Food Security
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
BloombergAlan Bjerga
Study looks at possible impact of eliminating meat, dairy use Agriculture greenhouse-gas emissions would decline 28% What would a vegan America look like? An herbivore population would enjoy a drop in greenhouse-gas emissions, but also face deficiencies in calcium, vitamins A and...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Watch the planet warm in real time with these unnerving tickers
VoxUmair Irfan
A new clock shows the steady rise in global temperatures. Global warming isn’t something that will happen decades down the line — it’s happening every day, bit by bit. Now it’s possible to actually see the concentration of greenhouse gases and the...
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