Environment

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Polar puzzles

Polar puzzles

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Arctic and Antarctic ice reveal how much we don’t know about the Earth’s climate

Regulating coal out of the energy business

By David Sonju
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Energy | On Friday the Obama administration proposed stringent new limits on the amount of heat-trapping emissions new power plants will be allowed to emit. The…

Signs and Wonders: The murdering drug dealer in all of us

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Breaking Bad. Much about the television show  Breaking Bad  requires a warning. It is violent, and if you look at a single scene or a single…

Signs and Wonders: EPA takes cue from IRS in dealing with conservative groups

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Easier being green. The IRS is not the only federal agency making it difficult for conservative groups. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is getting…

Wind farms breeze past laws protecting vulnerable birds

By Whitney Williams
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Environment | It happens about once a month in Converse County, Wyo.—A golden eagle, soaring over the barren foothills of one of America’s green-energy boomtowns,

Moderate warriors?

Moderate warriors?

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Obama’s Cabinet picks on energy and environment have had nice things to say about natural gas

Signs and Wonders: Climate change, sexually transmitted diseases, NASCAR, and Benny Hinn

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Climate change. Ironies abounded yesterday as a crowd estimated at about 30,000 marched on Washington to protest global warming. Irony No. 1: It was one of…

Not-so-simple green

Not-so-simple green

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A second Obama term will likely produce a lot more EPA rulemaking

Cap and tax begins

By Daniel James Devine
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Environment | California launches a massive greenhouse-gas taxing scheme over local business protests

Is Superstorm Sandy a harbinger of the ‘new normal’ because of global warming?

By E. Calvin Beisner
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Science | Long before Superstorm Sandy subsided, a new storm arose—an opportunistic attempt to score political points out of a great tragedy, as some people rushed to…

Steaming mad

By Tim Graham
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Environment | Bush's flip-flop on global warming alienates conservatives

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