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3 hrs ago | Business Journal
Wisconsin Energy Corp. chairman and CEO Gale Klappa believes Environmental Protection Agency officials are not giving his company enough credit for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and said Wisconsin Energy will submit comments to the federal agency on a new pollution-control goal.
8 hrs ago | San Diego Source
The chorus of global warming deniers has not shrunk. Outcries claiming the entire issue is fraudulent are not going away.
12 hrs ago | US News & World Report
"The U.S. faces significant and diverse economic risks from climate change." No, that's not a scary pronouncement from the Obama administration to justify its climate policies.
16 hrs ago | The Heartland Institute
Environmentalists are enlisting minority groups such as African-Americans and Latinos to help them stop use of fossil fuels in the name of ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE .
The Obama administration is beginning its next step in its crusade against global warming: analyzing greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. food sources, including emissions raising livestock and crops.
Sea level is rising and ice melt is occurring faster and earlier each spring in the Arctic.
The dark teal waters of the melt ponds atop Arctic sea ice stand in stark contrast to the bright white of the ice and snow in this photo taken on July 12, 2011.
Latest research shows that eating less red meat would have a greater impact in cutting carbon emissions than giving up cars.
As everyone in Oklahoma enjoys the cooler weather today and tomorrow this summer, it might be a good time to note that both May and June were the hottest months on records for the planet.
Here's the latest news for Wednesday July 30th: Two separate deadly attacks hit Gaza; Workers at UCLA clean up water damage; The UK will test driverless cars; crop circles appear in Germany.
What would happen to Plant Scherer if the federal government decides to implement carbon dioxide pollution cuts isn’t settled, according to Georgia Power.
Droughts, floods, ocean acidification, rising seas, loss of species etcetera; we are hearing about the severe effects of global warming on a daily basis.
Stanford University scientists have produced the first-ever high-resolution carbon geography of Peru, a country whose tropical forests are among the world's most vital in terms of mitigating the global impact of climate change.
To retired coal miner Stanley Sturgill, the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rules limiting pollution from power plants doesn't do enough to protect the public's health.
In this June 2, 2014 file photo, a hill of coal is seen at the North Omaha Station, a coal-burning power station, in Omaha, Nebraska.
In a report issued Tuesday, the White House warned that the cost of inaction when it comes to climate change outweighs the cost of implementing more-stringent regulations on greenhouse gas emissions.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 06:59 pm
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