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November 21, 2014
Hot Times, Cold Comfort
It might be frigid and snowy where you live right now, but globally, we could be living through the hottest year since record-keeping began. May, June, August, September, and October all notched new heat records. In fact, it’s been 98 years since the earth experienced record cold. Sense a trend?
Could Climate Change be to Blame for Record-Low U.S. Temps?
Fact-Checking the Big Lies from the Keystone XL Debate in Congress.
How Do You Keep a Seven-Ton Elephant Out of Your Garden? Get Creative.
Money Is Finally Flowing into the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund.
Senate Votes Down Effort to Rubber-Stamp Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline
– Frances Beinecke –
Taryn Kiekow Heimer
Senior Policy Analyst, Marine Mammal Protection Project
Japan Unveils New Plan to Hunt Whales in the Antarctic.
Project Scientist, Food and Agriculture
Take Control of Your Thanksgiving Plate with this One Food Rule.
The Dirty Legacy of Canada’s Tar Sands Industry
Time to Wash Our Hands of Triclosan, the Chemical Used in Antibacterial Soap
China Agrees to Pollution Limits, But Will It Make a Difference?
Tell President Obama and the EPA you support their efforts to
by creating strong carbon-pollution standards for power plants.
We defend. We protect.
Photo Credits: Guyang Chen, Paul Aningat, Angie Linder, Isai Zepeda, Ox Ox
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