Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Tom Steyer
October 1, 2014

Big Greens Are Spending Big Green In 2014 Midterms

How Tom Steyer is trying to make climate a winning political issue.

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Evgeny Kovalev spb/Shutterstock
September 18, 2014

Antarctic Sea Ice Hits a Record Max, and That’s Not Good

The increase in ice may actually be a sign the warming continent is in trouble.

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asthma
August 29, 2014

If You Have Allergies or Asthma, Talk to Your Doctor About Cap and Trade

The cost of limiting carbon emissions would pay for itself in human health benefits.

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Superstorm Sandy
August 29, 2014

Do Not Buy Oceanfront Property

Recent TV series about beach living are some of the most unreal reality shows.

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Lenin
December 2, 2014

Science Says Your Baby Is a Socialist

Psychologist Paul Bloom discusses the moral lives of children.

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Delegates to the UN climate summit in Lima, Peru, listen to opening remarks this morning. Paolo Aguilar/ZUMA
December 1, 2014

Climate Negotiators Are Working on History’s Most Important Mad Lib

This week in Peru, delegates are creating the framework for a deal to fight global warming. Next year, they’ll fill in the blanks.

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Alexander Steinhof/Flickr
December 1, 2014

Will Obama Pull the Plug on Wind Energy?

The president has threatened to veto a tax package that includes a lifeline for wind.

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Eunika Sopotnicka /Shutterstock
December 1, 2014

Even Global Warming Can’t Convince Republicans That Global Warming Exists

Polling data suggests that even when the heat is on, political ideology outweighs facts.

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