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Climate Change News



ExxonMobil today announced an enhanced program to reduce methane emissions from its production and midstream facilities across the United States. The program, which builds on the company's longstanding commitment to emissions reduction, prioritizes

In calling on NFL owners and fans to punish athletes who engage in political protests, President Donald Trump has become a Super Bowl champion of something he purports to oppose: political correctness.Apparently he’s fine with punishing dissenters,
Eco Business
9/25/2017

Following recent hurricanes, should fossil fuel companies pay for their role in causing climate change?
Eco Business
9/25/2017

A new report by think tank Sustainia suggests that climate action can achieve a twofold function: improve the quality of life in urban neighbourhoods most vulnerable to catastrophes, and help cities save money by reducing clean-up costs.

When Mount Agung finally erupts in Bali — and experts say it could be any moment — global atmospheric temperatures will drop. But don't get too exited, it will far from reverse global warming.

Temperature records set on Saturday could fall within days, with a heatwave that could last weeks expected to bring soaring temperatures to eastern Australia.

Sourcing ingredients from local suppliers means less transportation and a reduced carbon footprint

XTO Steps Up on Methane Mitigation

Deltaic systems around the world, such as Louisiana’s Mississippi River Delta and France’s Rhône River Delta, are facing growing consequences from climate change and sea level rise. Sea levels are projected to rise a staggering 1 to 2 cm per year by

How climate policy can mitigate extreme weather s economic toll
By Jonathan Camuzeaux   This post was co-authored with Maureen Lackner In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Americans are coming together to support communities as they recover from the physical, emotional and economic toll after lives, p




EPA chief Pruitt met with many corporate execs. Then he made decisions in their favor.

EPA chief Pruitt met with many corporate execs.


Is there really still a chance for staying below 1.5 °C global warming?

Is there really still a chance for staying below 1.


For Atlantic Canada it’s decision time on carbon pricing

For Atlantic Canada it’s decision time on carbon


Nicaragua joins Paris Accord, leaving the US and Syria as lone dissenters

Nicaragua joins Paris Accord, leaving the US and


One of the most bizarre ideas about climate change just found more evidence in its favor

One of the most bizarre ideas about climate change






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