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This Is Uncomfortable

Water, water everywhere in California, but no way to hold onto it

by Jed Kim Mar 22, 2017
California’s had one of the wettest winters on record — more than twice as much rain and snow as in an average year. That’s especially wild since we’re six years into a historic drought. But California doesn’t have enough dams,…
Secretary of the Future

For our future, someone has to think about dirt

by Annie Baxter Mar 29, 2016
Growing so much corn and soybean puts water supplies at risk.
Farmers are trying to mitigate nitrate pollution from fertilizers and soil erosion in their production practices. But some say we need to shift away from corn and soybean production as the nation's biggest crops to other, more sustainable ones.
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A big week to come in climate change policy

by Kai Ryssdal and Scott Tong Sep 22, 2014
There's more to just environmental concerns to climate change policy.
The New Petro-State?

U.S., Mexico have lowest gas, carbon taxes in rich world

by Scott Tong Jan 28, 2013
Among the world's most developed countries, Turkey and the Netherlands tax gas and carbon use at the highest rate; the U.S., Mexico and Canada tax carbon and gas at the lowest rates.
The New Petro-State?

Natural gas fracking: big trouble or bridge fuel?

by Scott Tong Jan 15, 2013
In our Petro-State podcast, we talk to Michael Levi of the Council on Foreign Relations about the potential of natural gas to transition us to a low-carbon future. And we play fracking BS Detector.

At U.N. climate meeting, a focus on fossil fuels

by Eve Troeh Dec 3, 2012
New sources of fossil fuels are stirring up the United Nations climate talks in Doha.

Study: A hotter climate is pretty much baked in

by Scott Tong Dec 3, 2012
As another U.N. climate change summit goes on in Doha, a new study of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere says current levels nearly guarantee a nearly four-degree increase in global temperatures.

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Hundreds of U.S. energy facilities at risk of flooding

by Eve Troeh Apr 25, 2012
Climate Central combed federal weather and disaster data and found that in the next 20 years, hundreds of coastal oil and gas refineries could end up underwater.

UN climate summit to conclude in South Africa

by Eve Troeh Dec 9, 2011
Delegates are expected to stay up late into the night at the UN climate summit, and rumors are swirling that baby steps are being taken towards a legally-binding climate change deal by 2015.
Easy Sustainability Answers

How will climate scientist Stephen Schneider be remembered?

by Adriene Hill Jul 20, 2010
Climate change expert Stephen Schneider died yesterday in London. He was 65....