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Sunday, 15 June 2014 17:25

Cutting Carbon

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President Obama unveiled a new rule to confront climate change by cutting carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, the nation's greatest source of the heat-trapping gas. Power generation accounts for about 40% of greenhouse gas emissions. The EPA’s new rule sets overall pollution reduction targets for states and gives them considerable flexibility on how to meet those goals. 

Wednesday, 14 May 2014 06:23

Climate change is here.

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The National Climate Assessment Report came out last week and the main message is that climate change is happening now and is not a distant threat. 

Friday, 11 April 2014 16:51

Celebrate Earth Day!

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It’s April and that means it’s time to celebrate Earth Day all month long! We have several wonderful opportunities for you to get involved.

Friday, 14 March 2014 00:00

March Forward!

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In recent climate news: The Winter Olympics have ended, earning the medal for the warmest of the modern era, with an average temperature of nearly 49 degrees and a number of days around 60 degrees. On Monday March 10th, a group of 30 Senators stayed up all night delivering speeches to bring attention to the need for climate action. The next big Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report from the world’s leading climate scientists is on “Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability” and will be released at the end of the month.

Saturday, 08 February 2014 21:47

Polar Vortex Explained

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Scientists say the deep freeze gripping the U.S. this winter does not indicate a halt in climate change trends, but is actually an example of climate change in action. The weather pattern driving the extreme cold into the U.S. — with a weaker polar vortex moving around the Arctic like a slowing spinning top, eventually falling over and blowing open the door to the Arctic freezer — fits with other recently observed jet stream configurations. 

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