US Presidential Debates’ Great Unmentionable: Climate Change

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No mention of global warming for the first time since Congress was briefed on the threat in 1988.

Profitable Climate Fixes Are Too Tempting for Rogue Geoengineers to Resist

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It is the politics of climate change – not the science of geoengineering – that has created the opportunity for controversial iron dump.

Mapping the Potential for Solar Power On Every Roof

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A new MIT project seeks to catalog where exactly the sun shines.

World’s Biggest Geoengineering Experiment ‘Violates’ UN Rules

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Controversial US businessman’s iron fertilisation off west coast of Canada contravenes two UN conventions.

Mitt Romney’s Winners and Losers


Debunking the GOP candidate’s favorite energy catchphrase.


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