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Twitter mocks Donald Trump's dismissal of New York sea wall: 'Make the Merfolk pay for it'

Trump dismissed a proposal for a sea wall around New York City as "costly, foolish and environmentally unfriendly."
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Originals

Billionaires' newest playgrounds?

According to U.S. News, the U.S. has 607 billionaires. The fact that four of them saw fit to run for president this year is more than a little out of proportion to the population as a whole.

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Climate

Proposed Denver pollution tax is not ready for prime time

If we are going to use a stick to punish industrial and commercial businesses into reducing their energy consumption, we must make certain to provide the support necessary so those companies don't simply move outside Denver city limits.

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Climate

July 2019 is 'shaping up to be the warmest month ever'

It’s not just this heat wave. July 2019 is likely to be the hottest month ever measured.
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Climate

Trump thwarts GOP plot to pretend he isn’t a climate denier

Republicans have realized that denying climate science is unpopular and unnecessary. But Trump insists on putting the party’s dumbest face forward.
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Climate

Climate change: warning from 'Antarctica's last forests'

What's really significant, though, is that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was very similar to what it is today - at around 400 CO2 molecules for every million molecules of air.
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Climate

Inslee doubles down on climate in bid to stand out among 2020 Dems

Flanked by a sea of college students and colorful signs, 68-year-old Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) stood out from the crowd Friday at the National Youth Climate Strike in New York.
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Thai officials plan to use artificial rains to drive out air pollution

Authorities in Thailand are planning to cause artificial rains to drive out severe episodes of air pollution in the capital, Bangkok.

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Climate

Scientists call for drastic drop in emissions. U.S. appears to have gone the other way

A report by a private research company found that U.S. emissions, which amount to one-sixth of the planet's, didn't fall in 2018 but instead skyrocketed.

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Climate

On climate change, Mitt Romney has an opportunity to lead

Mitt Romney was not Summit County's choice for the U.S. Senate. Despite the former GOP presidential nominee's ties to the Park City area, voters here instead backed his Democratic rival.

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Climate

Scientists call for drastic drop in emissions. U.S. appears to have gone the other way.

A report by a private research company found that U.S. emissions, which amount to one-sixth of the planet's, didn't fall in 2018 but instead skyrocketed.

www.theatlantic.com
Climate

Why publish a dire federal climate report on Black Friday?

In a massive new report, federal scientists contradict President Trump and assert that climate change is an intensifying danger to the United States. Too bad it came out on a holiday.
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Climate

Why Brazil's Bolsonaro is giving environmentalists jitters

From pulling out of the Paris climate accord to disarming environmental agents, the man who may be Brazil's president is alarming environmentalists.
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