Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Grover Norquist
August 29, 2014

Why Won’t Republicans Back a Carbon Tax?

Because they don’t like taxes, and they don’t think carbon is a problem.

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ethanol
August 5, 2014

Why’s This Tea Party PAC Going After a Top Tea Partier?

Kansas Republican Tim Huelskamp, a leader of the debt ceiling showdown, takes friendly fire.

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Cienpies Design/Thinkstock
August 5, 2014

World’s top PR companies rule out working with climate deniers

Ten firms say they will not represent clients that deny man-made climate change or seek to block emisson-reducing regulations

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Natural gas in Ukraine
July 29, 2014

Big Oil’s New Pitch: Fracking Means Never Having to Fear Putin

Oil and gas companies want Washington to believe that fracking can save Ukraine from Russia. It can’t.

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More Climate Desk Features

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October 8, 2014

Will Climate Change Make Men Extinct?

A Japanese study links increasing temperature extremes to a declining proportion of male newborns.

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Charles Dharapak/AP
October 1, 2014

Live Event: Inquiring Minds Interviews Adam Savage in San Francisco

Inquiring Minds teams up with The Story Collider as part of the Bay Area Science Festival, October 28.

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September 29, 2014

Naomi Klein: Fossil Fuels Threaten Our Ability to Have Healthy Children

Why oil spills, fracking, and climate change pose a special danger to the youngest members of all species.

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Obama
September 23, 2014

Inside the UN Climate Talks

President Obama is among the world leaders talking about climate change today in New York City.

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