How Certain Can We Be About Climate Change?

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Of course the science isn’t “settled.” But that doesn’t mean what climate deniers say it means.

Big Data’s Dark Side

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A massive, polluting drain on the nation’s power supply.

America’s Miasma of Misinformation on Climate Change

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With serious reporting of global warming by US media virtually nonexistent, it’s no wonder Americans are paralysed in denial.

A Fracking Good Story

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Carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. are at their lowest level in 20 years. It’s not because of wind or solar power.

John Kerry on Why We Need Fossil Fuels (For Now) and Climate Action (For Real!)

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Kerry: Climate change “as dangerous as” nuclear Iran.

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