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Obama Takes Bold Step to Geoengineer Climate Change

President Obama
by Bill Chameides
Apr 1, 2014

Reason for brutal winter in the United States finally explained.

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Climate Change Chatter: SCOTUS and ‘Tailoring Rule’ Edition

Dave Johnston Coal-Fired Power Plant
by Bill Chameides
Feb 24, 2014

Today the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in a case challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed greenhouse gas regulations.

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Waxing Environmental on Rep. Henry Waxman

Rep. Henry Waxman
by Bill Chameides
Feb 6, 2014

After 39 years representing the great state of California in the U.S House of Representatives, Democratic Representative Henry Waxman is calling it quits.

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Obama’s Climate Legacy May Come Down to Coal and ‘No’

President Obama delivers his State of the Union, 2014
by Bill Chameides
Feb 5, 2014

The Obama administration gave environmentalists little to cheer about last week, but the game is hardly over.

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Top 10 Environmental Stories of 2013

by Bill Chameides
Dec 23, 2013

There was a lot to write about environmentally speaking this year.

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Goats, Gills and Guts: Animals in the News

alpine ibex
by Bill Chameides
Dec 6, 2013

Our furry and scaly fellow subjects of the animal kingdom never cease to amaze. Consider these three fascinating stories ripped from this week’s headlines.

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50 Years Since JFK’s Assassination

by Bill Chameides
Nov 22, 2013

A lot has changed since. What about our environmental footprint? Let’s take a look.

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Biofuels and Climate Change: Pulpwood to the Rescue?

Biofuel Feedstock
by Bill Chameides
Nov 18, 2013

New study concludes that biofuels can be part of climate-energy solution.

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The Latest on Earthquakes: Enhanced Oil Recovery Shaking Things Up in U.S.

by Bill Chameides
Nov 14, 2013

Evidence linking carbon dioxide (CO2) injection to earthquakes may be bad news for carbon capture and storage.

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Climate Science: Connecting the Hiatuses

Two periods of so-called hiatus
by Bill Chameides
Oct 31, 2013

The current pause in global temperature rise may be a repeat of another pause in the mid-20th century.

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