Environment

The Climate Change Report Is Full of Scientific Equivocations
We know the climate is changing globally. We don't really know what will happen in your town.
May 08, 2014

We know the climate is changing globally. We don't really know what will happen in your town.

Why Doesn't the Big New Government Report Tell Us How Much Climate Change Will Hurt the Economy?
May 06, 2014

If researchers can convince Republicans that climate change is hurting their wallets, then maybe these holdouts will finally come around.

The Politics of Climate Change Stink. That's Why 'Think Globally, Act Locally' Is Back
April 21, 2014

This Earth Day, it seems environmental politicking has come full circle

Read My Lips: More New Taxes!
A bigger April 15 bill would mean a better society
April 14, 2014

That check you wrote today buys you a lot. Feel proud of it.

Bill Nye, the Climate Guy
A kids' TV star is liberals' most effective spokesman against right-wing science skeptics
March 27, 2014

D.C. Democrats are often pretty bad at debating right-wing science skeptics. Be grateful that a kids' TV star has stepped into the void. 

The Proportion of Young Americans Who Drive Has Plummeted—And No One Knows Why
March 12, 2014

Is it carshares, bikes, and revived cities? Or just a lousy economy and expensive gas?

The Fukushima Fearmongers
What unites the left and right: a radioactive plume headed for the West Coast
March 10, 2014

Welcome to the first major nuclear disaster of the Internet age. 

Natural Gas Will Not Save the U.S. Economy
We're racking up environmental debt, and still borrowing more
March 06, 2014

We're racking up environmental debt, and still borrowing more.

Trapped in a Devastating Drought, California Needs to Take on Some Surprising Sacred Cows
March 06, 2014

The state's water situation is life-changing. Here's the behavior that needs to be altered.  

An Obama Advisor Is Attacking Me for Testifying That Climate Change Hasn't Increased Extreme Weather
March 05, 2014

John Holdren is wielding his political position to delegitimize an academic whose views he finds inconvenient.

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