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The bill is a complete repudiation of President Trump’s budget priorities, especially on climate change and clean energy. […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.
In front of a standing room only courtroom audience, the case of The People of California vs. B.P. P.L.C. et al. took an important step forward yesterday. In this case, the cities of San Francisco and Oakland, CA, are aiming to hold five major fossil fuel companies responsible for climate damages, p […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.
There is a bill in the Massachusetts legislature that has a lot of great ideas for how to move the Commonwealth forward on climate change. Lets talk about it. […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.
The northernmost city in the U.S. – Utqiaġvik (formerly called Barrow), Alaska – had record warm temperatures this winter. Perhaps the biggest shocker though, was that the North Pole went above freezing this winter (20 to 30 degrees Celsius or 36 to 54 degrees Fahrenheit above average). This shift […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.
Congressman Lamar Smith (R-TX) states that as Chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology he seeks facts about climate change, and that his Committee follows “the scientific method.” These are welcome and vitally important positions for a powerful Congressman to take on a topic […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.
Glider vehicles have gone from being a niche issue to a major conversation piece both here in DC and now also in Tennessee. The villains are still Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt, Fitzgerald Glider Kits, and Congresswoman Diane Black. The new heroes are the Tenness […] Click Article Title for full article at original site.