EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rise Despite Climate Change Policies

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European Union’s 2010 greenhouse gas emissions rise of 2.4% blamed on cold winter and economic recovery in some areas.

A Conservative’s Approach to Combating Climate Change

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There’s no excuse for alarmism, but the right needs to acknowledge the perils of climate change.

Energy Companies Say One Thing, Do the Opposite on Climate Change

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Study finds many oil and electric companies were actively engaged in efforts to obstruct climate policy.

Killer Climate Will More Than Double Annual US Heat-Death Toll

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Urban areas in Midwest and Northeast are most at risk.

Could Romney’s Scorn for Wind Power Hurt Him in the Heartland?

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It’s a huge industry in states like Iowa, but Romney wants to cut federal support.

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