Americans see climate as a concern, even amid coronavirus crisis

Americans' positions on climate change have remained largely unshaken by the coronavirus pandemic and economic crisis, according to a new national survey that showed acceptance of the reality of global warming at record highs in some categories.

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Americans see climate as a concern, even amid coronavirus crisis

Researchers thought COVID-19 might displace climate change as a threat in the American mind. It hasn't, according to a new survey.


Asbestos has been found in Claire's eye shadow, highlighting a disturbing 'black hole' in beauty-product safety

The US Food and Drug Administration barely regulates the cosmetics industry: just 11 ingredients are forbidden in cosmetic products in the US. In Europe, more than 1,300 compounds are barred.


Nancy Alderman: Yale Bowl deserves better than plastic field

The New Haven Planning Commission recently sadly approved Yale's proposal to put a synthetic turf field, infilled with ground-up rubber, into the Yale Bowl.


Yale: Women more worried, less knowledgeable about climate change

Improving education of women and girls is one of the top solutions to addressing climate change, an analysis says, similar in priority to restoring tropical forests and expanding solar energy.

Nobel award recognizes how economic forces can fight climate change

Yale economist William Nordhaus has devoted his life's work to understanding the costs of climate change and advocating the use of a carbon tax to curb global warming.


Communicating climate, a guided tour

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