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10 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint This Thanksgiving

Here are a few tips for the Thanksgiving holiday that will reduce our carbon footprint and help keep the planet healthy for generations...

Trucost shows companies the dollar value of natural capital

Libby Bernick, SVP for North America at Trucost, introduces their new app which puts a real price on water risk based on market...

U.S.-China deal will avert 640 billion tons of CO2 pollution

Using our global climate simulation C-ROADS, we have calculated the impact of the new commitments on the climate.

Are 'dirty industries' polluting government regulations?

A federal office meant to advocate for small firms has been hijacked by big business, according to a government watchdog, weakening regulations in...

Making sense of science to calculate carbon reduction targets

Setting corporate carbon reduction targets is commonplace nowadays. Many are grounded in "guestimates" of what seems reasonably achievable, and are often short-term.

Conservatives Don't Hate Climate Change, They Hate The Proposed Solutions: Study

Conservatives who reject the science of climate change aren't necessarily reacting to the science, according to a new study from researchers at Duke...

Eight foods you're about to lose due to climate change

As worsening drought and extreme weather devastate crops, you may begin seeing global warming when you open your fridge.

The Symbolic Politics of Climate Diplomacy

The fundamental difference in national interest between developing and developed nations makes a meaningful climate deal impossible

Patagonia launches 'Vote the Environment' campaign

The apparel company campaigns to overcome voter apathy in order to elect officials who will support replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy.

So, How Much Are Plants Helping Us Fight Climate Change?

Earth's plant life may soak up more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than previously thought, according to a new study. Are trees saving...



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