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A July Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Americans shows 56 percent not wanting to pay more to combat global warming, with only one-in-five surveyed saying they are willing to pay $100 more per year.
Retired USA Today meteorologist and one-time newspaper copy editor Jack Williams recently decided to “bloviate on my Web site about pitfalls for journalists who aren’t familiar with science who cover the political, diplomatic, and military consequences of climate change.”
The Economist last week reported some sobering statistics related to the continuing news about a slowdown in wind energy development, detailing how America’s leap ahead of Germany in wind energy investments is losing steam.
Tundra fires sweeping across Alaska – and the carbon dioxide they throw into the atmosphere – are expected to increase as the Arctic warms, the tundra dries, and thunderstorms spark blazes in landscapes primed to burn.
Oxfam International has come out with a new report detailing how climate change is disproportionately affecting the poor.
Conservative syndicated columnist George Will by now must feel he’s struck a vein, as his every written word on the subject of climate change raises kudos and skeptical eyebrows, respectively, from those dismissive of or troubled by climate change science [...]
PORTLAND, OREGON – Broadcast meteorologists from across the country gathered recently for a one-day workshop to learn more about climate change science and explore new ways to better inform their audiences on an issue they likely will increasingly encounter in [...]