Climate Change

Seeing Green in the Obama Administration

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Counting CO2 From Snacks

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New Year, New Diet: Become a Climatarian

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Goose Eggs May Sustain Some Polar Bears

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New Climate Change Report: The sky isn

A new report on abrupt climate change doesn’t necessarily say the sky is falling but portrays a complex world that it is clearly undergoing great change. Some change has been wrought by humans and some seems unrelated to our presence on the planet. The Southwest may be drying up, although we didn’t necessarily do it. Greenland and Antarctica are melting; we didn’t necessarily do it but we are certainly contributing. Warm, salty currents in the Atlantic Ocean that circulate heat probably won’t collapse this century, but they could. And the catastrophic methane release some scientists have predicted is unlikely to happen anytime soon, but methane, a greenhouse gas significantly more potent than carbon dioxide, will surely continue to increase in the atmosphere.
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Poznan Poses Many Problems

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Climate Watch: Get Ready to Enlist

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Climate Panel Seeks Obama's Ear

President-elect Obama’s phone has been ringing off the hook. Democrat leaders call to congratulate, world leaders want to talk policy and special interest groups hope that Obama will pay better attention to their cause than the Bush administration did. One group seeking Obama’s ear is the Presidential Climate Action Project (PCAP).
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Saves Lives, Saves Money

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Exhibiting Climate Change

A new climate change exhibit opens at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City before embarking on a worldwide tour. Nothing gets left out in the cold with this comprehensive, and engaging, look at the world's biggest problem.
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The Green Side of $700 Billion

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Bidding Against Climate Change

The first mandatory cap-and-trade system in the U.S. gets underway, but it might not be enough to curb carbon emissions.
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Pedal Pushing a Cooler Climate

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On Science: Another Candidate Q&A

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Investing Ecologically

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New Life for Old Wood

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Chill, Baby, Chill

Thoughts on energy independence and the Republican National Convention
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More Oil Calls

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Conflict, Intrigue, and Business as Usual

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Arctic Energy On Parade

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Detroit's Going Green?

Did you see today's New York Times? Bill Vlasic writes that "Ford is Betting the Future on Small, Efficient Cars." Apparently, Vlasic got a head's up before Ford makes an official announcement this Thursday. Could it be true? An American Company is taking a step toward practicing what the enviros preach. How about that? Up until now, some of the most fuel-efficient compact cars hitting today's copious best-buy-for-the-planet lists have been from Asian automakers,  like Toyota and Honda. Maybe soon we can buy local (American-made) and have our fuel-efficient cars too. See my previous post about car buying, and creating a U.S. green economy. For more about green auto trends, see the related articles on the Times (you will find several at the end of Vlasic's current article), as well as many other publications. If you find something worth sharing, please post a comment on The Perch.
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Mixed Messages From the EPA

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What Would You Keep?

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