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Pondering the impacts of Climategate one year later

One year ago this week, in late November 2009, more than 1,000 stolen e-mails from scientists at England's University of East Anglia were made public. Climate skeptics, eager to find evidence of…

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What could the 2010 midterms mean for climate and energy policy in the Southeast?

Although a few races are still being determined with recounts and write-in ballots, the vast majority of the 2010 midterm races have been decided. Here, in the eight Southeastern states that SACE…

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What is a Florida TV station hiding when it comes to climate? (VIDEOS)

re-posted from 1Sky's Skywriter Blog on October 29, 2010 Post from Andrea Cuccaro, 1Sky Florida and South Carolina organizer We need five minutes from our friends in Florida to write a letter…

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A Pope of Climate Denial

This blog is a repost from Facing South: The Online Magazine for the Institute for Southern Studies. Find the original blog post by Sue Sturgis here. There's broad agreement among scientists nowadays…

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Buying elections with dirty money

Updated on 10.25.10: Anonymously-financed groups are stepping up efforts to influence 80 different House races with just one week to go before Election Day according to a new New York Times article.…

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10.10.10 Global Work Party

Updated: New video, pictures and summaries from 10.10.10 events throughout Florida and Tennessee - Read on! What does the date 10.10.10 signify? To some merely a symmetrical date of repeating numbers; to…

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Jacksonville solar project a reminder of what could be in Florida

Renewable energy prospects in Florida may be cloudy this political season, but there are some bright rays in the Sunshine State.  Jacksonville's municipal electric utility (JEA) and its project partners, PSEG Solar…

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Arctic sea ice melt could surpass 2007 record (updated)

As reported by Joe Romm, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) reports that arctic sea ice is down to 4.76 million square kilometers. The record minimum of 4.28 million square…

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An oil spill but no energy bill: where do we go from here?

To many people, it seemed inevitable that 2010 would be The Year we passed The Climate & Energy Bill to overhaul the way we make and consume energy in this country.  The…

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SACE Guest Blog with Bill McKibben

We're Hot as Hell and We're Not Going to Take It Any More Three Steps to Establish a Politics of Global Warming This blog posting features an article by 350.org co-founder Bill…