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Jun 12, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
We’ve known for a while now that organic agriculture is good for the climate:
May 28, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
Studying, writing about, thinking about, even talking about climate change…
May 26, 2013 by Casey Danson
A Comparative Climatology Symposium held at NASA…
Apr 23, 2013 by Casey Danson
I’ve been going to climate and energy conferences for a long time,…
Apr 15, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
One challenge U.S. companies face in dealing with global issues …
Apr 12, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
Most of the Arctic will stop sporting summer ice sooner than expected,…
Apr 9, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
Whatever happened to global warming?
Apr 1, 2013 by Casey Danson
Climate activists’ strategy of barraging people with information about the consequences of climate change..
Mar 26, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
Shifting to sustainability will involve more than changing laws.
Mar 20, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
As bikini season approaches, Jersey Shore beach towns are preparing for their annual influx of tourists.
Mar 7, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
A report published today by Europe’s Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is a powerful wake-up call about the dangers of coal-fired power.
Mar 5, 2013 by Casey Danson
The biological onset of spring could arrive up to five weeks earlier by 2100 in the northern U.S. than it does today, and more than a week earlier in the South,
Mar 2, 2013 by Casey Danson
If you’re the sort of person who woke up Friday morning worrying not just about the potential for sudden economic chaos following the sequester
Feb 15, 2013 by Kristine Trites
Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) unveiled ambitious climate and energy legislation …
Jan 17, 2013 by Casey Danson
There is a guy in the town of Vernal, Utah, who is a conservative asshole.
Dec 21, 2012 by Kristine Trites
2012, the hottest year on record in the United States…
Dec 18, 2012 by Kristine Trites
The International Energy Agency’s Medium-Term Coal Market Report..
With coffee cherries ripening on trees across the lush Sierra Madre foothills…
Nov 19, 2012 by Kristine Trites
No broad-based international agreement on sharing rivers currently exists,…
Nov 16, 2012 by Kristine Trites
Once a wasteland in the shadow of the Berlin Wall..
Nov 16, 2012 by Casey Danson
In case you missed President Obama’s first long discussion of human-driven global warming in recent memory…
Nov 8, 2012 by Casey Danson
Now that the occupant of the Oval Office is settled, speculation turns to the room down the hall.
Nov 7, 2012 by Kristine Trites
In his acceptance speech after winning the election late last night…
Nov 1, 2012 by Kristine Trites
In the hours before Hurricane Sandy thundered ashore…
As the public debate over Hurricane Sandy turns in part from the immediate impacts of the storm..
Oct 26, 2012 by Casey Danson
Decision by officials sets the stage for a possible court battle over the nation’s first tar sands mine in Utah’s fragile Book Cliffs region.
Oct 17, 2012 by Casey Danson
Will we overheat or innovate, conserve or despoil, fly over the guardrail or round the curve with some scrapes and life lessons? Those are still open questions, to my mind.
Oct 15, 2012 by Casey Danson
Oakland, California’s Urban Releaf provides job training and education for local youth, and creates a healthier community.
Oct 11, 2012 by Casey Danson
I’m overdue to post this video of a lecture I delivered while teaching..
Oct 7, 2012 by Casey Danson
America is unique when it comes to giving a platform to climate deniers and skeptics.
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