Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Tom Steyer
February 20, 2014

Spending $100m To Save the Planet Is a Bad Thing

Don’t believe Tom Steyer and his liberal Super Pac’s push for climate change: donor-doers aren’t doing democracy any good.

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Richard Lindzen/MIT
January 27, 2014

IPCC Hearing Brings UK Closer to US Polarisation on Climate Change

Leading sceptics getting big slots to reject global warming indicates a growing climate denial bias at Westminster.

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Harvesting sugar cane in Brazil. Shell.
January 27, 2014

UN Warns Us to Eat Less Meat and Lay Off Biofuels, or We’re In For It

We’re overconsuming ourselves into environmental oblivion.

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60 Minutes
January 6, 2014

Did ’60 Minutes’ Drop The Ball Again?

CBS’s ‘Cleantech Crash’ segment misses the point, critics charge.

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Al_HikesAZ/Flickr
January 3, 2014

Will Congress Go Another Year Without Designating New Wilderness?

The only thing Congress has preserved in the last four years is its record dry spell.

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Raymond Forbes/TIPS/ZUMA
March 21, 2014

Now You Can Get Solar Panels at Best Buy

The latest sign of solar’s move into the mainstream is at retail stores in five states.

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March 21, 2014

One Reason It May Be Harder to Find Flight 370: We Messed Up the Currents

How climate change factors into the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

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March 21, 2014

Charts: How Dangerous Are the Gas Pipes Under Your City?

America’s aging gas network is big and getting bigger. Why that could be bad for you and the climate.

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March 17, 2014

What These Historical Kings and Marauders Can Teach Our Leaders About Climate Change

Never fight a land war in Asia—unless the climate is on your side.

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