climate change

New Dem-Majority Senate Must Assess Financial Reg Appointees Through Climate-Tinted Lens 
It is no longer tolerable to confirm nominees who lack awareness of the scale of our climate emergency and the immense work needed to address it across all aspects of American life.
OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK STATE COMPTROLLER, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2018/05/14: Fossil Free Divest NY, in coordination with community members and dozens of groups across America, held a rally outside the office of the New York State Comptroller in New York City, on May 14, 2018, to press NY State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli divest the state pension fund from its $6 billion in fossil fuel holdings, including $1 billion in ExxonMobil. (Photo by Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)
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California Moves To Outlaw Gas-Powered Vehicles By 2035
‘Evacuate Now’: Hundreds Of Thousands Ordered To Flee Oregon As Fires Engulf State
At Least 10 Dead, More Than A Dozen Missing As CA Fire Becomes Deadliest Of Year
The Climate Crisis Is Happening Right Now. Just Look at California’s Weekend.
Record high temperatures. Record fires. Record smoke. ProPublica reporter Elizabeth Weil spoke to former California Gov. Jerry Brown about the state’s converging apocalypses.
Biden Dramatically Accelerates His Plan For Carbon-Free Power
FOR HOLD This image provide by ECMWF Copernicus Climate Change Service on June 23, 2020 shows the Land Surface Temperature in Siberia (ECMWF Copernicus Climate Change Service via AP)
‘Alarm Bells Should Be Ringing’: Record Warming In Siberia Worries Scientists
Leaders Must Learn The Lessons Of COVID In Time To Fight Climate Change
We still have an opportunity to listen to experts and take strong action on climate change before the worst overwhelms our best intentions.
on December 18, 2009 in Miami, Florida.
Grim UN Climate Report Paints Worsening Picture, Calls For Dramatic Emissions Cuts
Emissions continue to climb, but the world needs to lower them by at least 2.7% annually for the next decade, the report found.
Climate Change Is Already Hurting Our National Parks
National parks are seeing faster rates of warming than the rest of the country, serving as a dire warning of climate change’s impacts.
It’s Been A Rough Summer For Environmental Regs, But Trump’s Biggest Cut Is Still To Come
Led by Andrew Wheeler, the EPA has been busy.
Red State Opposition To Climate Action May Not Remain Entrenched Forever
Data shows that many Red states will be hit the hardest economically by climate change, suggesting those regions could shift their attitude on climate action sooner than we think.
WILMINGTON, CA  MAY 24, 2007 -- General scene setter images of the Tesoro refinery taken in May 2007, when is was taken over from Shell Oil.  Views include crude oil storage tanks, piping, crude oil heaters that prepare the oil for refining.  (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
Fossil Fuel Companies Roll Out A New Era Of Spin
Climate Denialists Aren’t The Only Voice In The GOP — They’re Just The Loudest
Research shows that many Republican voters do support policies to curb climate change. Now we must convince GOP legislators to listen to those voices.
White Nationalists Latch On To Climate Change For Mass Migration Hysteria
Some on the far right are pointing to climate change, and the refugees it will create, to tout the idea of walling off America.
The World Should Ignore Trump On Climate. Will It?
President Trump's commitment to undoing Obama's climate legacy is making it harder for the rest of the world to take action.
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