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Will Nature Put an End to the Global Warming Debate?

A scan of the past week’s climate news suggests this may be the case.

David Bernhardt nominated as Secretary of Interior - another example of the fox guarding the henhouse

Trump Nominates Fossil Fuel Lobbyist David Bernhardt As Interior Secretary

After Ryan Zinke left in disgrace, Trump’s nomination of David Bernhardt As Interior Secretary represents more of the same: the fox guarding the henhouse.

Environmental protections and access to National Parks stop during the longest government shutdown in history

How the Government Shutdown is Harming the Environment

For more than a month, environmental protections, pollution monitoring, data gathering, and access to national parks has ground to a halt

The corruption of Ryan Zinke

What Are Interior Secretary Zinke and His Department Hiding From the American People?

In the age of Trump, it is open season mission-driven leadership among the government’s most useful agencies. Instead, Trump’s men plunder and hide.

Key issues for COP24

World Resources Institute: 3 Issues to Watch at the COP24 Climate Summit

by  David Waskow, Joe Thwaites and Yamide Dagnet, courtesy of the World Resources Institute Next month’s UN climate summit in Katowice, Poland (COP24) is seen by many as the most important climate negotiation since 2015, when 196 countries created a vision for a zero-carbon future by adopting the landmark Paris Agreement. This year’s summit is the critical juncture for countries to agree on the rules…

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Trump Golf course needs protection from sea level rise

Trump’s Climate Skepticism Ends Where His Golf Courses Begin

Trump claims he “doesn’t see” the impacts of climate change. At the same time he works to protect his golf courses from sea level rise.

The 2018 Camp Fire in Northern California: another record-breaker and evidence of the impact of climate change on wildfire

The Science Is In: Climate Change Is Increasing Wildfires

President Trump’s uninformed comments notwithstanding, the science is clear: climate change causes an increase in the number and intensity of wildfires.