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Democrats Say Climate Change Is As Big a Threat As ISIS

A new poll shows how Democrats and Republicans view security threats to the U.S.

A New Way to Save Gas: Talking Cars

Connecting cars and trucks can cut fuel use and improve air quality, a new report finds.

 

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

Hollywood, the Circus, and Congress Are Fighting Over 'Tiger Selfies'

Animal trainers and movie producers have pushed back against a proposed ban that would make it harder for people to snap photos with exotic cats.

You're Welcome, World: U.S. Fracking Surge Picks Up Slack for Global Disruptions

Global oil markets would be more volatile without the fracking-enabled U.S. production surge of recent years, according to the Energy Department's statistical arm.

Why Breaking Up With Fossil Fuels Is Hard to Do

Energy Edge, August 26, 2014.

Why Investors’ Fossil-Fuel Addiction Is Tough to Kick

President Obama electrified climate-change activists in June with what sounded a lot like an endorsement of fossil-fuel divestment.

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Democrats Say Climate Change Is As Big a Threat As ISIS

A new poll shows how Democrats and Republicans view security threats to the U.S.

A New Way to Save Gas: Talking Cars

Connecting cars and trucks can cut fuel use and improve air quality, a new report finds.

 

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

Hollywood, the Circus, and Congress Are Fighting Over 'Tiger Selfies'

Animal trainers and movie producers have pushed back against a proposed ban that would make it harder for people to snap photos with exotic cats.

You're Welcome, World: U.S. Fracking Surge Picks Up Slack for Global Disruptions

Global oil markets would be more volatile without the fracking-enabled U.S. production surge of recent years, according to the Energy Department's statistical arm.

Why Breaking Up With Fossil Fuels Is Hard to Do

Energy Edge, August 26, 2014.

Why Investors’ Fossil-Fuel Addiction Is Tough to Kick

President Obama electrified climate-change activists in June with what sounded a lot like an endorsement of fossil-fuel divestment.

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