Can Sandy Help Jolt America Out of Denial on Climate Change?...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

For decades, scientists have been warning that global warming would bring a catastrophic increase in extreme weather.

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Hurricane Sandy: West Virginia, New York, Maine, And Many States In Between Recover From Superstorm...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

The massive storm that started out as Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast and morphed into a huge and problematic system…

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On Sandy and Humanity’s ‘Blah, Blah, Blah Bang’ Disaster Plans...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

For millions of people in the New York metropolitan region and adjacent areas flooded, scorched, and pummeled by the extraordinary hybrid storm once known as Sandy…

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Climate Change Security Report Delayed Due To Hurricane Sandy...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

In a twist that many climate activists will no doubt enjoy…

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CONNECTING THE DOTS

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

As officials begin the arduous task of pumping corrosive seawater out of New York City’s subway system

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Can Farms Bounce Back from Superstorms Like Sandy?...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Farmers have always lived with what the novelist Henry James called the “imagination of disaster”…

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Sandy Disaster Aid Puts Boehner In A Big Political Bind Stan Collender’s picture...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

You haven’t heard much…or perhaps anything…yet about a disaster relief…

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Mitt Blows it on Sandy: Did the Hurricane Just Cost Him the Election?...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Romney likens hurricane relief to cleaning up “rubbish and paper products” from a football field. Is he joking?

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Superstorm Sandy’s climate change connection...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

It’s been a banner year for extreme weather conditions,..

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New York City’s latest massive disaster...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

The smartest thing we did when we got our apartment in Manhattan was the thing we thought about the least…

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You’ll never eat crabs again: Barry Levinson’s eco-freakout ‘The Bay’...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

In the summer of 1997, fish in the Chesapeake Bay started turning up dazed, dying, and covered with bleeding lesions.

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Energy company CEO: Why do we have to talk about climate change today?...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

I don’t think that the data supports that the storms are more frequent or unusual than they have been in the past.

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Pesticide Industry Backed Opponents of Prop 37 Caught in Possible Criminal Act...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

To date, the No on 37 campaign has been able to repeat one lie after another with near impunity.

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We Need to Avoid Just Scaring Ourselves and Then Doing Nothing After a Disaster Like Super Storm Sandy...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Can we move into a long-term push toward the kind of energy future that will not bring real terror to millions around the world?

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At long last, New York City considers how to ward off rising waters...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

This morning, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers head in to work for the first time since last Friday…

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Congressmember from heavily subsidized state worried about waste during Sandy relief...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has some thoughts about federal relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy.

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Coal company gets in on the election fun, blaming EPA for mine layoffs...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Consol Energy told 145 workers in southern West Virginia on Tuesday that it will start laying them off in late December…

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Breezy Point, Queens, reels from hurricane-caused inferno [VIDEO]...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Just a short drive from New York City’s famous Rockaway beaches, Breezy Point, Queens, is a quaint seaside hamlet where many cops and firefighters come to retire.

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Hurricane Sandy: 10 Tips For Donating Smart...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

As the devastation from Sandy is still being assessed, charities are helping those in need of food, shelter and security.

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Sandy’s Toxic Stew

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Raw sewage, industrial chemicals and floating debris filled flooded waterways around New York City on Tuesday.

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Poll: Voters rank candidates’ energy policies over environmental issues...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

A new poll released Monday shows Americans rank the presidential candidates’ views on energy policy as more important to their 2012 vote than environmental policy.

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The case for a distributed, smarter, cleaner power grid post Hurricane Sandy...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

The power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy on the east coast highlight the needs for a much greater investment in smart grid technology…

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A year of extreme weather — and little climate change talk...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

The record temperatures and melting Arctic have been linked to the fact that humans are warming the planet.

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NASA Warned New York About Hurricane Danger Six Years Ago...

Oct 31, 2012 Posted by

Scientists told us a storm like Sandy would be catastrophic. When will we listen?

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Building a 500 sq ft green home in Malibu...

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Solar energy is ready, the U.S. isn’t...

Oct 30, 2012 Posted by

Clean energy has become a dirty word in presidential politics.

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Are we headed for a sudden climate disaster?...

Oct 30, 2012 Posted by

Twenty years ago, scientists atop the Greenland ice sheet pulled up an ice core that both excited their curiosity and scared the pants off of them. They had discovered definitive evidence that Earth’s climate can change quickly, dramatically, and unpredictably,

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How Solar-Based Microgrids Could Bring Power to Millions...

Oct 30, 2012 Posted by

One and a half billion people, many living in remote areas, have no access to electricity.

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Santa Teresa, New Mexico Hazardous Material Sickens Hundreds...

Oct 30, 2012 Posted by

New Mexico authorities say an unknown hazardous material release sickened about 200 people Tuesday near the Mexican border…

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