Obama budget calls for doubling clean energy research fundingObama budget calls for doubling clean energy research funding"Mission Innovation" effort brings together foreign nations, private investors
Hard to deny global warming in light of factsHard to deny global warming in light of factsThis writer says we can’t deny climate change any longer.
Pets and climate change: More fleas, more heartwormPets and climate change: More fleas, more heartwormFor pet-owners, climate changes may mean rethinking preventive care such as giving dogs flea and tick repellent and heartworm pills.
One View: Bipartisan progress must continue on climate changeOne View: Bipartisan progress must continue on climate changeHeller and Amodei have supported clean energy development in Nevada; now it is time to support steps to reduce GHG emissions nationwide, says Macquarie.
Meteorologist to talk climate Monday at St. John'sMeteorologist to talk climate Monday at St. John'sPaul Douglas will deliver Faith and Climate Change: A Meteorologist's View
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February political cartoons from Gannett cartoonistsFebruary political cartoons from Gannett cartoonistsThe cartoonist's homepage, greenvilleonline.com/opinion
Sanders a favorite at climate change rallySanders a favorite at climate change rallyBernie Sanders was chosen as the favorite candidate during a "Climate Emergency Caucus" event in Des Moines Friday.
Obama administration aims to reduce US water footprintObama administration aims to reduce US water footprintDeputy Interior Secretary Mike Connor says the government aims to encourage water efficiency, promote water reuse
Letter: Humans didn’t cause 'climate change'Letter: Humans didn’t cause 'climate change'Letter: It used to be called “global warming,” but when that didn’t pan out, it became “climate change.”
Leonardo DiCaprio meets with Pope FrancisLeonardo DiCaprio meets with Pope FrancisHe kissed the pope's ring but they talked the environment, not the Oscars.
CPUC likely to approve rooftop solar plan ThursdayCPUC likely to approve rooftop solar plan ThursdayBarring any last-minute surprises, officials will keep solar incentives mostly in place.
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Responding to climate change is the smart approachResponding to climate change is the smart approachRetired biologist from Choteau: ‘Our planet is talking to us. Are we listening?’
Tom Steyer keeps climate pressure on candidatesTom Steyer keeps climate pressure on candidatesNextGen Climate has more than 30,000 Iowans committed to caucus for climate Monday.
'Doomsday Clock' set for an update amid nuclear tensions'Doomsday Clock' set for an update amid nuclear tensionsScientists behind the so-called Doomsday Clock are expected to announce if humanity is any closer to ruin.
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Today's toon: #Snowpocalypse nowToday's toon: #Snowpocalypse nowSteve Benson: The East Coast is socked in with snow. But wait -- that can't be because of climate change.
Climate conference reflection planned in IthacaClimate conference reflection planned in IthacaSix Tompkins County residents who participated in the COP21 climate change conference are scheduled to share
Delaware coastline takes beating, but two beaches holdDelaware coastline takes beating, but two beaches holdMillions of dollars have been spent to build wide beaches and dunes, some held, others didn't
Will Big Apple really lead New York in snow?Will Big Apple really lead New York in snow?Is Queens the new snowfall capital of New York state? Say it ain't so.
The Rant: Climate changeThe Rant: Climate changeArea reader shares his opinion.
Final decision: CPUC won't raise rooftop solar costsFinal decision: CPUC won't raise rooftop solar costsIn a 3-2 vote, the commission chose to keep California's solar incentives mostly in place.
Opinion: Time for divestmentOpinion: Time for divestmentGov. Shumlin’s plan to get rid of fossil fuel investments is like winning a free Tesla.
2015 was warmest year on record; El Niño, climate change to blame2015 was warmest year on record; El Niño, climate change to blameIn Phoenix, 2015 tied for third-warmest year largely because of cooler-than-normal temperatures in November and December.
Republicans want renewable energy answersRepublicans want renewable energy answersIowa Stewardship Alliance support wind and solar energy
Protesting couple unable to return car at VW officesProtesting couple unable to return car at VW officesA couple drove cross-country in a protest to return their car at Volkswagen headquarters. The company didn't accept it.
Longer growing seasons, more floodingLonger growing seasons, more floodingSo far, South Dakota has seen more positive impacts than negative, state climatologist says
Climate change top caucus issueClimate change top caucus issueAs a young voter, I am excited to participate in the caucuses and show my support for a candidate who advocates for the issues I care about.
Bevin seeks to keep climate options openBevin seeks to keep climate options openKentucky to request an extension to a key deadline in President Obama's Clean Power Plan