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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Climate Change

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Wind and solar power advance, but carbon refuses to retreat

EDUARDO PORTER / NY TIMES - Two decades have passed since diplomats from around the world emerged [go to article]
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Why the post-Paris climate challenge is even harder than we thought

FRED PEARCE / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - Climate negotiators gathering in Germany [go to article]
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Will climate change revive an old idea: A regional coastal commission?

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – Could climate change lead the state to embrace an idea it shunned more than three decades ago [go to article]
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In unprecedented move, EPA to block scientists who get agency funding from serving as...

JULIET EILPERIN, BRADY DENNIS and CHRIS MOONEY / WASHINGTON POST – Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, is poised to make [go to article]
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U.S. report says humans cause climate change, contradicting top Trump officials

LISA FRIEDMAN and GLENN THRUSH / NY TIMES - Directly contradicting much of the Trump administration’s position on climate change [go to article]
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Opinion: We can fight climate chaos from the Garden State

LENA SMITH / NJ SPOTLIGHT - If you’re still waiting for firm evidence of climate-change chaos, it’s all around us. There is a serious [go to article]
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What the climate report says about the impact of global warming

HENRY FOUNTAIN and BRAD PLUMER / NY TIMES - The same, only worse. Global warming is affecting the United States more than ever [go to article]
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Opinion: Environmental justice is key aspect of climate-change policy

NICKY SHEATS / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has produced evidence that suggests [go to article]
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#Sandy5: Will the nation act on climate change reality?

SHANA UDVARDY / UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS - The 29th of October marks the 5-year anniversary of when Hurricane Sandy first made landfall [go to article]

Why isn’t the bond market more worried about climate change?

HENRY GRABAR / SLATE - Early this month, when the annual king tide swept ocean water into the streets of Miami, the city’s Republican mayor [go to article]

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