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42 min ago | NorCalBlogs
Here is an entertaining and well researched video documentary from my friend John Coleman at KUSI-TV about the history of the Keeling Curve and it's founder.
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4 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian
At a climate training conference in Johannesburg, former US vice-president Al Gore gave an overview of how humans were driving climate change.
6 hrs ago | Alice24-7.com
Much was happening in the world on Wednesday, March 9, 1988. Back then I was a 21-year-old general manager for a weekly newspaper my father and I owned near Charleston, S.C. I remember well that morning in 1988.
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Senator Jeanne Shaheen last night joined a group of fellow Washington liberals in an all-night push to advance President Obama's extreme job-killing agenda.
Playing questionable words in Scrabble is a venerable tradition, originating long before Jerry's mother threw down "quone" in an episode of "Seinfeld," or George W. Bush offered "dignitude" against Al Gore in a 2000 "Saturday Night Live" skit.
On March 12, 1989, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee wrote an arcane-sounding paper that would launch a revolution.
Senator Barbara Boxer talks to Senators from the Senate Climate Action Task Force gather before holding the Senate floor to urge action on climate change, on Capitol Hill in Washington March 10, 2014.
Conservatives used to say all the time that envy doesn't work in American politics, that Americans admire the rich rather than begrudge them their fortune.
For over three decades, David Fenton has played an unusual role in the environmental movement: marketing it.
It was on March 12 1989 that Sir Tim Berners-Lee - working at the Swiss physics laboratory Cern - presented a technical paper with the blueprint for the web.
The GOP brought in the highest profile libertarian Republican in the country to help push just-elected David Jolly over the finish line, but 27-year truck driver with virtually no funding was still able to take nearly 5 percent in the polls.
In November of 2000, America was focused on the outcome of the disputed election between George W. Bush and Al Gore.
Bus ridership was skyrocketing on Portland's revolutionary neighborhood grid system.
A group of Senate Democrats pulled an all-nighter last night, talking about global warming.
Twenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web was just an idea in a technical paper from an obscure, young computer scientist at a European physics lab.
David Boies, lawyer and chairman of the law firm Boies, Schiller & Flexner, was born March 11, 1941, in Marengo, Illinois.