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A Copenhagen Primer

The world's eyes are firmly fixed on Copehangen, Denmark today for the opening of the 15th Conference of the Parties on climate change. For the next 14 days, delegates from the United…

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The Last Decade

As Jen and I prepare to head over to Copenhagen Friday, this article caught my eye: "Decade of 2000s was warmest ever, scientists say." Also, our friends at National Wildlife Federation and…

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The Copenhagen Diagnosis

Updated Science Report Provides Window Into Key Climate Trends As the world prepares for the next round of international climate talks in Copenhagen, a new study has been released on the recent…

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President to Attend Copenhagen Climate Talks

Administration Announces U.S. Emission Target for Copenhagen The White House announced today that President Obama will travel to Copenhagen on Dec. 9 to participate in the United Nations Climate Change Conference, where…

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The Answer is Blowing in Our Mountains

The dust has settled after a last minute ban on mountain wind energy in North Carolina was inserted into an otherwise responsibly written state-wide wind permitting bill by the North Carolina Senate. …

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The Buzz Before Copenhagen

I wanted to share some interesting posts from other blogs about events leading up to the international climate talks in Copenhagen, which are less than four weeks away.  First, here is a…

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Countdown to Copenhagen

In less than one month, world leaders and representatives from nearly 200 nations will gather with technical experts, business leaders, advocates and concerned citizens in Copenhagen, Denmark for the United Nations' 15th…

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What do a Rabbi, a Brew-pub Owner, a Mayor, an Economist, and a Reverend have in common?

...the belief that we have an economic, environmental and a moral imperative to protect our Southeastern coastal communities, natural resources and businesses from the perils of global warming. SACE Leads Diverse Coalition…

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Graphs to ponder - Temperature and global warming

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Treasured Places in Peril South Carolina

This video tells the history and stories of places in South Carolina that are particularly vulnerable to the effects of global warming. Places such as Charleston and the Lowcountry’s coastal bays and…