• phys.org | 1/10/2018 | Staff
    Professor Ricardo García-Mira is currently a Member of the Parliament of Spain, and is the Spokesperson of the Commission for the Study of Climate Change. He is a Professor of Social and...
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  • phys.org | 1/15/2018 | Staff
    In a new commentary in the journal Nature Climate Change, IIASA researchers argue that a broader range of scenarios is needed to support international policymakers in limiting climate change to...
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  • Juicy Ecumenism | 2/16/2018 | Rick Plasterer
    News about American religious freedom has not been good in recent years. Religious Americans have watched in amazement as courts have ignored it, liberal sectors in the country disowned it after...
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  • realclimatescience.com | 2/16/2018 | Staff
    This week in 1968, Jean Claude Killy won the Olympic slalom, giant slalom and downhill, and Peggy Fleming took the gold medal in figure skating – in an Olympics which was so warm they had to do the...
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  • phys.org | 2/14/2018 | Staff
    How might climate change affect the acidification of the world's oceans or air quality in China and India in the coming decades, and what climate policies could be effective in minimizing such...
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  • Popular Science | 2/13/2018 | Staff
    He named several women who were involved (atmospheric chemist Susan Solomon, the University of Edinburgh’s Gabi Hegerl and statistician Claudia Tebaldi of the National Center for Atmospheric...
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  • Washington Free Beacon | 2/12/2018 | Elizabeth Harrington
    When the New York Times tells you something, especially in the Green Blog, a safe bet is on the opposite. It seems like it happens every week. Another conventional wisdom shot to smithereens.
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