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July 26 2012


A Climate and Energy Stalemate

Is climate change a real and present danger? Why does the United States lag behind many other industrialized nations in addressing it?

July 20 2012


On Our Radar: The Failed Climategate Inquiry

The British police said it was closing the e-mail theft case because there was no realistic chance of prosecuting anyone before a three-year statute of limitations ran out this November.
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November 02 2011


September 20 2011


Climate Change and Business Strategy

The most common projects related to climate change among corporations responding to a survey are improvements to energy efficiency in their buildings, business processes and transportation networks.

September 14 2011


August 31 2011


August 27 2011


Hurricanes and Climate Change

Scientists disagree on whether hurricanes are already getting stronger because of global warming, but they tend to agree that storms will get more intense in the future as the planet continues to heat up.

June 30 2011


An Uptick in United States Temperatures

Every state's annual maximum and minimum temperatures increased on average, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.

March 25 2011


March 23 2011


Federal Lands in Wyoming Opened to Coal Mining

Environmental groups criticize the lease sales, saying that the Interior Department failed to calculate the impact of coal mining on climate change and water and air quality.

March 10 2011


On Our Radar: E.P.A. Calls Foul Over Republican Gas Price Claims

Previous congressional efforts to regulate and put a price on greenhouse gas emissions would have increased the price of a gallon of gasoline by 19 cents in 2015 and 95 cents in 2050, Republicans assert in a news release. Not true, the federal government and prominent Democrats say.

March 09 2011


March 03 2011


February 25 2011


A Future Mega-Drought in the Southwest?

The added warmth from emissions of greenhouse gases could tip the Southwest into an era of severe drought potentially lasting a millennium or more, a researcher says.

February 23 2011


February 18 2011


Is Fashion Week Smoking?

A video filmed on Jan. 31 as the fashion village was being noisily erected at Lincoln Center shows smoke spewing into the air as diesel generators are turned on.

February 09 2011


E.P.A. Chief Faces House Grilling

A bill introduced by lawmakers for an "Energy Tax Prevention Act" asserts that the Clean Air Act was not intended to allow the E.P.A. to regulate the greenhouse gases associated with climate change.

February 08 2011


January 11 2011


An Energy Epiphany: Staying Home Is Cheap

A smart meter and a holiday vacation awaken a homeowner to how much energy his family consumes -- and how much appliances consume when not in direct use.
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