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On May 6, the Obama administration released the Third National Climate Assessment.
In his June 16 dig at "deniers," Charlie Daniel pointed out what global warming advocates must consider an inconvenient truth.
The 2013 report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states that "global warming is unequivocal and human influence has been the dominant cause since the mid-20th century."
The bloggers over at Powerline, led in this case by the Koch-cozy John Hinderaker , are all in a tizzy this week after the New York Times reported that Tom Steyer , a major political force in the fight for climate justice, used to invest heavily in coal mining operations.
Las Vegas is parched. A 14-year drought has left Lake Mead, the local water source, dangerously low.
Mining the exotic metals used in modern electronics inflicts a lot of damage on the environment, especially by polluting the atmosphere with carbon dioxide.
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For the past nine years, climate deniers from all over the world have gathered for the International Conference on Climate Change, brought to you by the Heartland Institute .
NASA is on a mission, but this one has more to do with Earth itself than what lies beyond.
Clemson University scientists are shedding new light on how invasion by exotic plant species affects the ability of soil to store greenhouse gases.
Shakespeare's Hamlet pondered the eternal conundrum of competing choices. His "Aye, there's the rub" nicely summarizes the conflicts inherent in the present socio/political/scientific arena of climate discussions.
The chorus of global warming deniers has not shrunk. Outcries claiming the entire issue is fraudulent are not going away.
People who live among the fracking fields of Pennsylvania should expect considerable leaking of methane from natural gas wells into the groundwater and atmosphere, according to new research by a professor who has been a consistent critic of the boom in hydraulic fracturing.
The idea of using market mechanisms to reduce emissions is now relatively well-known.
As daily temperatures increase, so does the number of patients seeking treatment for kidney stones, according to a study led by Dr. Gregory E. Tasian , a pediatric urologist and epidemiologist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia .
Former Vice President Al Gore speaks at the International CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:09 am
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