American are increasingly aware of changing weather patterns

The Majority of Americans Feel Climate Change Impacts the Weather

New information indicates that approximately 75 percent of people feel that climate change is indeed the culprit when it comes to the changing weather patterns.

The Latest Environmental News Headlines

Enviro News Wrap: Summer Heatwave; The U.S. of Koch; Renewable Rollor Coaster, and more…

GlobalWarmingisReal contributor Anders Hellum-Alexander wraps-up and comments on the climate and environmental news headlines for the past week: The severe weather across the nation causes more Americans believe in climate change. The problem is that when you feel the heat, its too late to completely avoid the consequences. With climate change not on the priority list for American politics things are going to have to…

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GE, Ford, and Intel praised for their cleantech innovation

GE, Ford and Intel Recognized as Dedicated Eco-minded Corporations

GE, Ford and Intel are forerunners in the cleantech movement.

green children

Money Versus Morals – The Children Speak

If children are the future, the kids fighting the pollution giants that the Obama administration is backing are great representatives of what that future could look like.

There are dark clouds on the horizon for wind energy of Congress does not renew the PTC

Why Congress Must Extend the PTC for Wind Power

The expiration of the production tax credit (PTC) at the end of this year constitutes a major obstacle for U.S. wind energy. If the PTC is not extended by Congress, tens of thousands of jobs will be lost and economic development would be stymied. As stated in a report from Ernst and Young, “Failure to extend this incentive could stop wind development in…

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American belief in global warming is now on the rise

Survey Shows More Americans Believe Climate Change is Happening

The number of Americans who believe global warming is happening is on the rise, according to a Brookings Institution report on the latest National Survey of American Public Opinion on Climate Change (NSAPOCC) survey conducted in December of 2011. The report shows much of that new-found belief comes from direct experience with independent studies showing that four out of five Americans have been directly impacted by climate…

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Obama pushes an agenda of clean energy at his State of the Union Address

President Obama Reaffirms his Commitment to Clean Energy in his State of the Union Address

President Obama showed courageous leadership by supporting clean energy in his state of the union address.  Prior to the President’s state of the union address, a Think Progress Green article encouraged the President to stir “this country to action on the existential threat of climate change.”  Mr. Obama may have only mentioned climate change once, but his unqualified support for clean energy was consistent with the kind of mobilization required…

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