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  • Trump’s NOAA Nominee Won’t Get Senate Vote This Year
    Dec 14,2018 12:48 am by The New York Times
    Commerce Committee Congress Democrats Myers National Weather Service
    Mr. Trump had to renominate Mr. Myers in January after the Senate failed to act last year.
  • Two Workers Die at American Research Base in Antarctica
    Dec 14,2018 12:35 am by The New York Times
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    McMurdo Station on Ross Island in Antarctica houses about 1,000 researchers and support personnel this time of year.
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    Since then, Mr. Mass said he has been upbraided by the university’s diversity dean and subjected to a faculty "inquisition," events that have stoked alarm about the threat posed by campus climate - change activism to academic freedom. ...
  • More than a dozen B.C. chinook salmon populations in decline, scientists say
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    Dec 13,2018 10:17 pm by CBC
    COSEWIC Endangered Wildlife Neilson Ottawa Risk Act
    Nearly half of southern British Columbia's chinook salmon populations are in decline, according to a science committee that monitors the health of wildlife populations.
  • ‘People talk about deep sadness’ — scientists study climate change grief
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    Dec 13,2018 09:46 pm by Toronto Star
    Alta Christmas High River Inuit Lancet
    Mental - health researchers around the world are taking notice of what people feel when the world they’ve always known changes gradually or suddenly from climate change.
  • Congress Delhi Paris Poland Senate
    And if Mr. Trump says no, make climate change the galvanizing issue for 2020 for millennials who will vote as if their lives depend on it — because they do.
  • Alexandre Trudeau Bahen Bureau Comtois Conacher
    Candice Bergen, the Conservative house leader and a vocal critic in the House of Commons of perceived conflicts of interest related to the Trudeau Foundation, told the Post she was troubled by the fact the charity continued to list Justin Trudeau...
  • Brown Brum Celsius David Paul European Union
    Paul came to Wednesday's meeting with a clear demand: Finalize the rules that will govern the Paris Agreement, which is meant to avoid the level of warming that could sink the Marshall Islands and kill the world's coral, supercharge storms,...
  • Sask. Environmental Society releases 'blueprint' on climate change
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    Dec 13,2018 09:03 pm by CBC
    Environmental Society Peter Prebble Prairie Resilience Saskatchewan acceleration
    However, the SES report says Prairie Resilience doesn't go far enough, since oil and gas account for a combined 51 per cent of the province's greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Department Rebecca Glover Donald Trump National Oceanic White House access
    Obama's science adviser, John Holdren, estimates that over eight years he briefed the president about climate change more than 50 times.
  • China’s Great Leap Backward on climate change
    Dec 13,2018 08:51 pm by The Globe and Mail
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    "With green energy an abject failure in terms of meeting China’s need for either energy or clean air, all that’s left is propaganda," Ms. Adams says.
  • Inside the Beltway: Why Democrats fear Trump wall
    Dec 13,2018 08:49 pm by Washington Times
    America Americans Democrat Party Limbaugh Republicans
    Priced at $450,000 through ResourcesRealEstate.com; enter 21845047 in search function. • 43 percent of Americans say that President Trump should be "impeached and removed from office"; 7 percent of Republicans, 36 percent of independents and 80...
  • The Oil Industry’s Covert Campaign to Rewrite American Car Emissions Rules
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    Dec 13,2018 08:36 pm by The New York Times
    AFPM California Chevron Detroit Facebook
    At least 10 times during the two - month public comment period on the plan, the ads, which did not state their oil industry origins, asked people to write to the government to back weaker emissions standards.
  • Greenpeace IPCC Maldives Mohamed Nasheed Morgan Paris
    They are also feeling the heat from developing countries and small island states who fear that they will face ruin if temperatures rise by more than 1.5C.Former president of the Maldives and now their lead negotiator, Mohamed Nasheed, made an...
  • Bonaventure Caisse Cimbec Desmarais Energy East
    Cement is created by crushing together calcium - rich rock, typically limestone, with clay and sand, then heating the mixture to nearly 2,000° C.Critics say the political process by which Quebec’s $1-billion Port - Daniel–Gascons cement plant came...
  • AEI CEI CPAC Kovacevich Pichai
    At the company - wide meeting, Kovacevich acknowledged that many Google employees were unhappy that the company had sponsored CPAC.Some were particularly irked because Google executives had pledged in 2012 not to sponsor the conference again, after...
  • Capitol Cortez House Democratic Nancy Pelosi Ocasio
    The last time Democrats took power from Republicans, in 2006, Ms. Pelosi backed then - Representative John P. Murtha in his effort to oust Mr. Hoyer from the majority leader’s slot.
  • After a Natural Disaster, Is It Better to Rebuild or Retreat?
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    Dec 13,2018 06:49 pm by The New York Times
    California Cohen Dean Baquet Harbor Navigation Canal Hurricane Katrina
    The rebuilding question was asked by Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times and a native of New Orleans, during a discussion with Mitch Landrieu, the former New Orleans mayor and lieutenant governor of Louisiana, and Walter...
  • The fury of the establishment
    Dec 13,2018 06:05 pm by Washington Times
    Donald Trump Establishment agenda alleged affairs alternative
    Mr. Limbaugh’s concern is that Trump voters might "go wobbly" and that if the president’s approval numbers dip into the 30-percent range we might see a replay of what happened to Richard Nixon when a delegation of Republican members of Congress...
  • Dr. Elon & Mr. Musk: Life Inside Tesla's Production Hell
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    Dec 13,2018 06:05 pm by WIRED
    Consumer Reports Gigafactory Jon McNeill Mike McQuade Model
    "The overarching purpose of Tesla Motors (and the reason I am funding the company) is to help expedite the move from a mine - and - burn hydrocarbon economy toward a solar electric economy,"Musk wrote in a 2006 document he called"The Secret Tesla...
  • Trends According To Winemakers And Pros
    Dec 13,2018 05:47 pm by Forbes
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    Adam Sager is vice president of Winesellers, LTD, an Illinois - based importer—we asked Sager what's on the horizon for great values in 2019.
  • China KATOWICE Paris Poland Efforts Union
    Along with the Paris accord rulebook, the other main issues at the talks are how much financial support poor countries will get to combat and adapt to climate change, and what kind of message to send about future work to curb climate change.
  • Germany looks out for Germany in Nord Stream pipeline fight
    Dec 13,2018 05:16 pm by Washington Times
    Germany Moscow Nord Stream Parliament Ukraine
    The European Parliament this week approved a resolution condemning the Nord Stream II pipeline, a project currently being built to deliver large amounts of Russian natural gas primarily to Germany and other markets in Western Europe.
  • CSE China HAC India Mehta
    KATOWICE, POLAND: Sensing urgency of climate action in view of the recent IPCC special report on impact of 1.5 degree Celsius of global warming, the European Union and 27 countries, including few developing ones, have joined hands as a ‘High...
  • California looks to electricity shutoffs as a faster, cheaper wildfire solution
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    Dec 13,2018 05:03 pm by Los Angeles Times
    Camp Edison Malashenko Paradise Public Utilities Commission
    Malashenko said the discussion might include shorter - term measures such as heating and cooling centers where people can charge their phones and stay safe, and longer - term measures such as reconfiguring utility infrastructure so that de -...
  • America Democrats Krugman Republican Russia
    "There’s a new axis of evil: Russia, Saudi Arabia — and the United States," the New York Times columnist tweeted Monday while sharing a piece by The Washington Post. ...
  • Coretta Scott King Durley LovelaceExpressGetty Images Montgomery Protection Agency
    Dr. Gerald Durley marched alongside figures like Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement, and argues that environmentalists could learn a lot from that struggle.
  • In the Sierras and Rockies, the Snowpack Is Shrinking Fast
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    Dec 13,2018 04:08 pm by WIRED
    American Geophysical Union California Denver Evan Journal
    The declining western snowpack and shorter snow season is already fueling wildfires like the Camp Fire that destroyed the town of Paradise, California.
  • Minister touts Australia at climate summit
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    Dec 13,2018 03:57 pm by SMH.com.au
    Australia Institute Climate Action Network Mark Butler Paris Secretary
    " If it does, we would have to consider any conditions about that," he said, adding," my bias is to steer very clear of cop - outs and accounting tricks when it comes to climate change policies.
  • How Zoos Protect Animals When Natural Disasters Strike
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    Dec 13,2018 03:48 pm by WIRED
    Bay Area CNN Californias Houston Zoo Hurricane Florence
    As climate change escalates the intensity and frequency of natural disasters like wildfires and hurricanes, zoos are having to find new ways to keep their animals safe.
  • Alta Current Dobrusin Roy Milne Tremonti
    As industries change around plans to cut greenhouse emissions, will the "green jobs" that replace them match the pay and benefits of the fossil fuel sector ?.
  • Adow American Australia China Christian Aid
    " China and the U.S. have worked together with all other countries to complete the negotiation and thus make the Paris Agreement a milestone achievement in global climate governance," Beijing's chief negotiator.
  • On the Eve of Brexit, U.S. Banks Are Set to Conquer Europe
    4 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 03:18 pm by Bloomberg
    BNP Paribas Bloomberg Brexit Deutsche Bank JPMorgan
    The UBS trading floor is no more, and Deutsche Bank is the latest European bank retreating from the U.S. In equities trading this year, Wall Street commands 60 percent of global revenue, compared with Europe’s 34 percent, according to data compiled...
  • In Trudeauland, who makes all the decisions?
    Dec 13,2018 03:08 pm by MACLEAN'S
    Bains Butts Canadas Commons Conservatives
    Gerald Butts, Trudeau’s principal secretary, has characterized the Liberal leader’s work these days as a struggle "to keep Canada Canada.
  • Shark numbers are falling and researchers aren't sure why
    1 more article like this
    Dec 13,2018 03:06 pm by SMH.com.au
    Brown George Roff NSW Queensland animals
    Great white shark numbers continue to fall at eight of nine regions despite a ban on commercial and residential fishing of the animals since 1999, the paper found.
  • Seth Moulton on Pelosi battle: ‘tough conversations make us stronger, not weaker’
    1 more article like this
    Dec 13,2018 03:04 pm by Boston Globe
    Democrats Medicare Nancy Pelosi Republicans action
    My goal has been to have party leadership that reflects the new generation of Democrats in our country and represents the people who voted for change on Election Day.
  • Barack Obama Department Hillary Clinton Homeland Security Mexico
    Or, if they don't want to use their leverage to solve the illegal immigration problem, then Democrats could use the wall as leverage to win concessions from Trump on something else.
  • The Current for December 13, 2018
    Dec 13,2018 02:48 pm by CBC
    Current Durley benefits challenges civil rights movement
    In a special edition of The Current, we explore the challenges we face with climate change, from the psychology of confronting the changes that need to be made; to changing industries and whether "green jobs" will offer the same pay and benefits;...
  • Enbridge Energy North Dakota United States Utilities Commission access
    Opponents of Enbridge Energy's proposed Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement are turning their attention to fighting the project on other fronts after a Minnesota regulatory panel took one of its final steps Thursday and reaffirmed its approval...
  • Bienfait Canadians Hayley Zacks Sask Submitted
    Jackie Wall and Hayley Zacks come at the climate debate from different sides, but they both agree action must be taken.
  • El Niño not here yet, still a 90% chance it will form this winter
    1 more article like this
    Dec 13,2018 02:16 pm by USA Today
    ENSO NOAA Nio Pacific United States
    The odds remain high, however: " There is a 90 percent chance of El Niño forming this season, meaning there is a 10 percent chance it will not form," said Mike Halpert, deputy director of NOAA's Climate Prediction Center.
  • Donald Trump General Petteri Taalas Paris United Nations United States
    At the 2015 Paris climate conference, the countries of the world pledged to work to limit the rise to 2C, a step that will require a radical reduction in the use of the fossil fuels that are the primary cause of global warming.
  • China Accuses Rich Nations of `Backsliding' on Climate Pledges
    2 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 02:06 pm by Bloomberg
    China Donald Trump Katowice Paris Agreement United Nations
    "We will get a rulebook because there are countries who are not ready to leave without it," said David Levai, head of climate governance at IDDRI, a French research group advising on sustainability. ...
  • Opinion | John Kerry: Forget Trump. We All Must Act on Climate Change.
    2 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 01:57 pm by The New York Times
    Congress Delhi Paris Poland Senate
    And if Mr. Trump says no, make climate change the galvanizing issue for 2020 for millennials who will vote as if their lives depend on it — because they do.
  • Cities Prepare to Face New Disasters
    2 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 01:24 pm by The New York Times
    Cohen Corps Edward Emmett Engineers Houston
    Mayor LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans, speaking at The New York Times’s Cities for Tomorrow conference, described how Hurricane Katrina forced her city to take a hard look at pre - existing social ills.
  • Alliance Bloomberg Chair Paris Agreement USASF
    "With the U.S. Alliance for Sustainable Finance (USASF) joining the FC4S family, our network is truly inclusive and comprehensive now, thanks to Bloomberg taking the lead in the U.S.," added Kong Wei, FC4S Co - Chair and Convenor of the Shanghai...
  • Bill Hare CNN COP Climate Analytics Climate Change
    " It pains me deeply to have watched the people of the United States and other developed countries across the globe suffering the devastating impacts of climate induced tragedies while their professional negotiators are here at COP24 putting red...
  • Vaccines group plots path through conflict, instability, epidemics
    1 more article like this
    Dec 13,2018 01:05 pm by Reuters
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    Seth Berkley, chief executive of the GAVI vaccines alliance, said his agency was now focusing on how to get vaccines to people in rural areas, those isolated by war and refugees.
  • First major offshore wind project in jeopardy of being blocked
    1 more article like this
    Dec 13,2018 12:37 pm by Boston Globe
    Block Island Long Wharf Louise Marthas Vineyard Massachusetts
    As fishermen await an offer for compensation from Vineyard Wind, they said the company should understand that the project’s impact would be felt throughout the industry.
  • Canary Tree Lauren Oakes Tlingit abundant spruce trees academic papers
    But as she recalls in the opening of her new book,"In Search of the Canary Tree: The Story of a Scientist, a Cypress, and a Changing World," when she first flew over the islands and saw the "steep hillsides covered in white skeletons of dead...