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President Trump will name the American Enterprise Institute’s Kevin Hassett as the chair of his Council of Economic Advisers, according to multiple reports. The CEA chair serves as the White House’s chief economist, and while Trump has demoted the position from the...
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Auto Industry, Cancer
Environmental Groups Say California’s Climate Program Hasn’t Helped Them
KQEDDavid Marks
In the Wilmington neighborhood of Los Angeles, residential streets dead-end at oil refineries. Diesel trucks crawl through, carrying containers from nearby ports. Longtime resident Magali Sanchez Hall says the pollution from all that has taken a toll, right on the street where...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Rethink 'carbon' to make CO2 work for climate change solutions
The HillOpinion Contributor, Paul Bunje
An old cliché declares that the challenges we face often present the greatest opportunities. Yet in the case of addressing climate change, we have historically remained too wedded to litigating the existence of the problem at all, often because the proposed solutions...
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Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases
Aerosol Study Targets Great Unknown in Climate Science
Climate Central
By Calla Wahlquist, The Guardian Australian scientists are studying air pollution and cloud formation in Antarctica in an effort to understand how non-carbon aerosolised particles impact on global temperatures. It’s the first comprehensive study of the composition and concentration of aerosols in...
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Climate Change, Education
States are trying to bring science denial to the classroom
GristRebecca Boyle
This story was originally published by Fusion and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The debate surrounding science education in America is at least as old as the 1925 Scopes “monkey trial,” in which a high school science...
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Climate Change, Oceans
Rapid cooling threatens North Atlantic
Al Jazeera
For thousands of years, parts of northwestern Europe have enjoyed temperatures as much as 5 degrees Celsius above those of similar latitudes elsewhere in the northern hemisphere. Now, a study by a British and French team of climate scientists has challenged the...
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
Group Defends Carbon Dioxide as ‘Elixir of Life’ in Climate Change Debate
Heritage FoundationKevin Mooney
Forget everything government officials, many media outlets, and “activist scientists” have warned about the damaging effects of carbon dioxide, because in reality there’s no cause for alarm, a group called the CO2 Coalition urges. Scientists, engineers, and policy analysts who are part...
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Climate Change, Climate Policy
New UN climate chief: 'Action on warming unstoppable'
BBCRoger Harrabin
The UN’s new climate chief admits she’s worried about President Donald Trump – but is confident that action to curb climate change is unstoppable. President Trump said he’d withdraw from the UN climate deal and stop funding the UN’s clean energy programme....
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Carbon Tax, Climate Change
The Carbon Tax Chimera
The Wall Street Journal
The climate may change but one thing that never does is the use of climate change as a political wedge against Republicans. Also never changing is the call from some Republicans to neutralize the issue by handing more economic power to the...
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Carbon Tax
Rowan Cos. Plc (RDC) Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
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