User: phantomvish Topic: Climate Change by Source
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Ralph Cicerone, Scientist Who Sounded Climate Change Alarm, Dies at 73 8.11.2016 NY Times: Science
Dr. Cicerone, who had a reputation for nonpartisan civility, pursued the activist agenda as president of the National Academy of Sciences.
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Magnate’s Twin Goals: Fighting Climate Change and Electing Donald Trump 18.10.2016 NY Times: Business
Andrew Sabin, who made a fortune recycling precious metals, is a political paradox, throwing his wallet behind climate change initiatives and the Republican nominee.
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How the Chemical Industry Joined the Fight Against Climate Change 18.10.2016 NY Times: Science
In the move away from a profitable chemical used for air-conditioning, companies were driven less by idealism than by intense competition.
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Editorial: Another Big Step on Climate 18.10.2016 NY Times: Science
A new global agreement will phase out a powerful planet-warming chemical used in air-conditioners and refrigerators.
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For Clinton and Trump, There’s Little Debating a Climate Change Divide 18.10.2016 NY Times: Science
Most Americans say they are interested in the issue, but it came up only once in the first two debates and is not among topics listed for the third.
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Room for Debate: Clean Coal, or a Dirty Shame? 7.7.2016 NY Times: Editorials
Given the major problems at a plant using carbon capture technology, is the approach economically feasible and environmentally necessary?
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Key Points of the Final Climate Draft 13.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
The 31-page document has the potential to create a momentous change. Here are some of the ...
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On the Cusp of History ... but First, Lunch 12.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
On the Cusp of History ... but First, Lunch
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Where in the World Is Climate Change Denial Most Prevalent? 12.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Where in the World Is Climate Change Denial Most Prevalent?
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Confronting the Carbon Footprint of the Talks 12.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Confronting the Carbon Footprint of the Talks
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Scientists See Catastrophe in Climate Draft 11.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Scientists who are monitoring the negotiations said the pledges being made are still too weak to ensure that humanity will avoid dangerous levels of climate ...
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What Climate Change Looks Like 9.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
As global warming continues unabated, researchers predict that in the future there will continue to be record-low snow on the Sierra ...
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Making Way for High-Level Negotiations in Climate Talks 4.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Making Way for High-Level Negotiations in Climate Talks
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Going to the Paris Climate Talks? You May Need a Decoder Ring 4.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Going to the Paris Climate Talks? You May Need a Decoder Ring
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Artists Try to Shame Corporations for ‘Greenwashing’ During Paris Climate Talks 3.12.2015 NY Times: Business
The sleek Volkswagen Passat featured on the bus stop billboard of a Paris street corner sports a turbocharged engine, collision warning and touch-screen dashboard controls. But the ad says “We drive cleaner. Or just pretend ...
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At Climate Talks, Time to Whittle Down the Options 3.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
At Climate Talks, Time to Whittle Down the Options
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Climate Scientist Turned Activist Criticizes Paris Talks 3.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Climate Scientist Turned Activist Criticizes Paris Talks
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Not Waiting for Oceans to Rise, Some Islanders Seek New Homes 2.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Not Waiting for Oceans to Rise, Some Islanders Seek New Homes
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What to Expect on Day 3 of the Climate Talks 2.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
What to Expect on Day 3 of the Climate Talks
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What Climate Change Looks Like: Dying Forests 2.12.2015 NYT: Home Page
Bark beetles have been boring into and killing trees in western North America for ages. But as the climate has changed, the tiny pests’ killing ways have gotten out of ...
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