In a speech last week, the president called on Congress to renew wind-industry tax credits, but neglected to mention “climate change” or “greenhouse gases” or even “pollution.”
When it comes to climate change, we should take a cue from Air Force trainers and "hug the monster": embrace our fear and turn its energy into action.
In a Rolling Stone interview, President Obama made some remarkable statements about climate as a campaign issue and the millions pouring into anti-science disinformation campaigns.
You’ll be glad to know that in the last 12 months, that whole climate change problem went away. At least that’s the impression left from comparing President Obama’s 2012 Earth Day proclamation with the 2011 one.
The starving millions will be the ones most affected by the next iceberg that we hit, which is going to be climate change, says Cameron, director of the movie Titanic.
Public belief in human-caused climate change has climbed steadily since its low point in 2010. Could the crazy weather have anything to do with it?
Federal scientists connect unprecedented numbers of earthquakes in the heartland with hydraulic fracturing operations.
In perhaps his worst speech yet, Obama boasted, "We've added enough new oil and gas pipeline to encircle the Earth and then some."
The movie version of The Hunger Games, the wildly popular young adult novel set in a future ravaged by climate disasters and food insecurity, comes out this week.
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