Somewhere, George W. Bush breathes a sigh of relief.
Exercises near Hawaii reveal that the U.S. Navy is committed to both biofuels and zingers.
The drought means higher food prices. Higher food prices mean more concern about the economy. And that means trouble for an incumbent president.
If you want people to accept climate change because it's hot outside, first you have to get them to accept that it's hot outside.
Oh, we forgot one. The existing solution to the mosquito problem is widespread use of insecticide. Probably not much more appealing.
Well, not everyone. But maybe enough to sway Congress if we make a few adjustments.
If you are really, really into the nuances of the fake Climategate scandal, you'll love this post.
A report from the Washington Post demonstrates
Once again, there's so much terrible weather news that we cram it all into one post.
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