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"Dark Money" Funds Climate Change Denial Effort

A Drexel University study finds that a large slice of donations to organizations that deny global warming are funneled through third-party pass-through organizations that conceal the original funder...

December 23, 2013 — Douglas Fischer and The Daily Climate

Powder River Basin Coal on the Move

No other coal deposit on the planet is so big, so close to the surface and so cheap to mine as the rich seams in eastern Wyoming and southern Montana. And that's made the Powder River Basin the locus of a national debate on how we develop fossil fuel reserves...

December 9, 2013 — Gary Braasch and The Daily Climate

Climate Science Lawyers Up

American Geophysical Union adds legal counseling to its Fall Meeting agenda, citing scientists' need to defend against increasing attacks on research, correspondence and public statements...

November 21, 2013 — Lindsey Konkel and The Daily Climate

Flooding Undermines Seattle's Flower Farmers

Bright blooms are a specialty of Seattle's farmers markets, but the Hmong farmers cultivating that niche market are losing their livelihood to an increasingly erratic Snoqualmie River

November 18, 2013 — Miguel Llanos and The Daily Climate

Wind Power Proves Effective CO2 Saver

Contrary to claims by critics of wind power, Spanish researchers say, the turbines do reduce carbon dioxide emissions significantly even though the wind does not blow continuously

October 22, 2013 — Paul Brown and The Daily Climate
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