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56 Floridians Travel to Washington D.C. for Massive Rally for Presidential Action on Climate Crisis

“Forward on Climate” rally, expected to draw 20,000 Americans, will be largest climate rally ever.    UPDATE:  35,000-40,000 participated--it was an exciting and inspiring day!  Look for follow-up post soon. On Sunday,…

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Moving Forward on Climate This Sunday

This Sunday, February 17, will see the largest climate rally in history.  More than 20,000 participants are expected to gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to send a strong message…

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New Report: Global Warming Undeniable, Extreme Weather Getting Worse

This post was coauthored by SACE Policy & Communications Director, Jennifer Rennicks. The draft of the newest National Climate Assessment (NCA) report was officially made available today, and the findings for this…

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Hurricane Season Draws to Close, Sandy Begs for Action

November 30--the day that many of us in the coastal Southeast can breathe a sigh of relief that hurricane season finally “officially” ends.  Many of us can give thanks that we came…

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Sandy is Gone, Wind Power is On

This blog is the fourth in a series of blogs examining the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and its connections to extreme weather and climate change. Other blogs can be read here. About…

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Global Warming Matters This Election, Stupid

This blog is the third in a series of blogs examining the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and its connections to extreme weather and climate change. Other blogs can be read here. Once…

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Hurricane Sandy and the Clear Imperative of Climate Action

This blog is the second in a series of blogs examining the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and its connections to extreme weather and climate change. Other blogs can be read here. It…

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Will Hurricane Sandy Affect Wind Farms?

This blog is the first in a series of blogs examining the impacts of Hurricane Sandy and its connections to extreme weather and climate change. Other blogs can be read here. The…

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The Tides They Are A-Changin

This is a guest post by Alden Meyer, Director of Strategy and Policy for Union of Concerned Scientists, originally published on the UCS blog, The Equation, on October 11, 2012. Even as…

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Presidential contenders and climate change

This blog is the fifth in a series of blogs examining the climate and energy positions of Presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Jill Stein and Gary Johnson. Please note: SACE does not…