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October 8, 2013

Campaign Against Fossil Fuels Growing, Says Study

Investors being persuaded to take their money out of fossil fuel sector, according to University of Oxford study.

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October 8, 2013

Splitsville for Obama and His Chief Climate Adviser

Heather Zichal’s announcement comes just months after she finished crafting the president’s new climate plan.

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October 8, 2013

The Shutdown Will Slowly Reduce Our Weather Preparedness

“I can’t imagine a major potato chip maker saying that it could survive without potato farms.”

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October 8, 2013

Why Big Coal’s Export Terminals Could be Even Worse Than the Keystone XL Pipeline

Proposed Northwest coal ports could have a bigger climate impact—with local pollution to boot.

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September 18, 2014

Gore: Fracking Won’t Solve Our Climate Crisis

Natural gas can’t be a “bridge fuel” unless we crack down on methane leaks, he tells Climate Desk.

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New York City
September 18, 2014

World Leaders Have Failed to Seriously Confront Climate Change. Could That Change Next Week?

Heads of state will get to work on a new global warming agreement.

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Tourists in a shelter at a Los Cabos resort. Victor R. Caviano/AP
September 16, 2014

A Massive Hurricane Just Slammed Into Cabo

Hurricane Odile is the strongest storm on record to hit the resort town…and just the latest monster storm from the Eastern Pacific this year.

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September 16, 2014

This Man Wrote Hundreds of Letters Warning Politicians Not to Lie. It Worked.

Political scientist Brendan Nyhan explains why fact-checking keeps candidates honest…sometimes.

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