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Condoms Fight Climate Change, but Nobody Wants to Talk About It

Researchers want policymakers to get past the optics of talking about population.

Brazil’s Dangerous Climate Spiral

Drought is pushing the Latin giant toward more coal, and that means more carbon emissions.

 

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

Race for Top Energy Committee Seat Brings Windfall to Democrats

Eshoo, Pallone have combined to raise or donate millions to party causes in pursuit of plum post.

Why Bears and Jelly Doughnuts Could Decide the Fate of the Maine Governor's Race

Controversy over the use of junk food to bait bears is expected to drive Republican voter turnout next Tuesday. 

Do Falling Oil Prices Change the Math on Keystone?

Environmentalists hope that if oil prices continue to drop and Keystone XL remains in limbo, oil sands development will slow. 

In a Catholic Stronghold, Evangelicals Flexing Their Political Power

As influence wanes in U.S., evangelicals are coming into their own in Brazil.

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Condoms Fight Climate Change, but Nobody Wants to Talk About It

Researchers want policymakers to get past the optics of talking about population.

Brazil’s Dangerous Climate Spiral

Drought is pushing the Latin giant toward more coal, and that means more carbon emissions.

 

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

Race for Top Energy Committee Seat Brings Windfall to Democrats

Eshoo, Pallone have combined to raise or donate millions to party causes in pursuit of plum post.

Why Bears and Jelly Doughnuts Could Decide the Fate of the Maine Governor's Race

Controversy over the use of junk food to bait bears is expected to drive Republican voter turnout next Tuesday. 

Do Falling Oil Prices Change the Math on Keystone?

Environmentalists hope that if oil prices continue to drop and Keystone XL remains in limbo, oil sands development will slow. 

In a Catholic Stronghold, Evangelicals Flexing Their Political Power

As influence wanes in U.S., evangelicals are coming into their own in Brazil.

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