NYT Ed – Hospital Evacuations for Future Storms

WSJ Ed – D.C. Circuit Breakers  

NYT Op Ed – JONATHAN HAIDT -We Need a Little Fear 

LAT Michael Hiltzik Column – Most important issues went missing from presidential campaign  

Washington Times Ed – Climate-change crybabies

The New Republic Opinion – Eric Pooley – “I Thought We’d Already Answered That Question”: Will Politicians Keep Talking About Climate Change?

Miami Herald – McClatchy Oped – CATHERINE THOMASSON- The right question in the wake of Sandy  

Politico Oped – Gene Karpinski – Putting Big Oil’s millions to the test 

McClatchy-Tribune News Service Oped – SHAYE WOLF – Frankenstorms fed by climate-change triple whammy 

Scripps Howard Oped – Bonnie Erbe – Sandy drives home climate-change concerns

The Hill Oped – Andrew Holland – Sandy shows costs of climate change


The Hill – Greens count on Maine Senate winner for climate-change advocacy  

WSJ – Outside Groups Spent Big, but Impact Isn’t Clear-Cut  

Freep – Voters reject push to require 25% renewable energy by ‘25

Reuters – Harsher energy regulations coming in Obama’s second term

SF Chron – Enviros to Obama: This time, don’t forget climate change

Phoenix New Times – “Solar Team” Goes Dark; Voters Choose Three Republicans Instead for Arizona Corporation Commission

Reuters – Climate Change: While Politicians Ignore It, Hollywood Fights on the Front Lines

Atlantic – Is It Time for Climate Scientists to Get Political?

NYT – Geothermal Designs Arise As a Stormproof Resource  

NYT – The Big Barrier Question


Guardian – Ministers warned over plans to exclude transport emissions

Reuters – Cooling gases must fall to curb global warming

Reuters – China, less impact by CO2 may explain slowing in warming

NYT – As Dengue Fever Sweeps India, a Slow Response Stirs Experts’ Fears 

WSJ – Despite Troubles, China’s LDK Solar to Keep Humming 


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