climate change

In the valleys of Appalachia, a battle is being fought over a mountain. It is a battle with severe consequences that affect every American, regardless of their social status, economic background or where they live. It is a battle that has taken... Read More
What we’ve known as “normals” for our climate during the past decade will very likely change soon. That’s because government scientists are busy determining what’s been the average temperature and precipitation for thousands of U.S. locations during... Read More
I take  the question of the energy and environmental future of our world to the street. Hear people's thoughts and ideas and comment in with your own!
The forests in the Southern US act as carbon sinks, but their future rests in the hands of private landowners. Watch>>
You often hear them before you see them. The American Pika is related to rabbits and hares. But they have round ears and no visible tail. Small enough to fit in your hand they blend in with their rocky surroundings and might dart unnoticed if not... Read More
Planet Forward
They may not be sharks with frickin lazer beams attached to their heads, but they're about as close as you're going to get. Last week, there have been a couple of stories that have focused on the work that researchers in Antarctica are doing to... Read More
From DC to Alaska, what impact is global warming having on America right now? What's the National Wildlife Federation doing to help promote green job training? And as Dirty the Global Warming Denying Sock Puppet attacks California's climate law,... Read More
The last couple of weeks of climate change news and legislation offers no better metaphor than from a 15-minute slice of time from this past Sunday's (April 25th) Climate Rally down on the National Mall. By most standards, the Rally could be said to... Read More
Planet Forward
American Enterprise Institute Scholar Dr. Kenneth Green discusses "Green Hypocrisy"
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