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    February 05, 2013 | 1:40 PM

    The Facts: How Climate Change is Affecting America

    We’re already paying a price for carbon pollution. Extreme weather costs us billions of dollars in damages. Climate change makes our food and water less secure, threatens our coastlines with sea level rise, damages our natural resources, and affects human health.
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    January 16, 2013 | 8:37 PM

    The face of climate change in America

    How is climate change affecting the United States right now? What about the part of the country where you live? These questions are now a lot easier to answer with the release of a major new draft report: The National Climate Assessment.
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    January 10, 2013 | 7:50 PM

    The National Climate Assessment: 4 years in the making

    How many things can you name that only happen once every four years? Leap years, U.S. presidential elections, the Olympics ... If you’re an American who cares about climate change, there’s one more answer you should add to your list: the publication of the National Climate Assessment (NCA) — the most comprehensive report on climate change impacts in the States.
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    January 08, 2013 | 5:44 PM

    A call to action on climate change in 2013

    The reality of the climate crisis demands the attention and leadership of President Obama and the Congress. That is why we joined almost 100 groups in signing a letter to President Obama detailing three important ways in which he and his administration can lead on climate change. Climate Reality is committed to joining him in these efforts.
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    October 05, 2012 | 3:00 PM

    Dirty weather, dirty water

    Global climate disruption messes with our water. As sea levels rise, we get more water in the places we don't want it. But what about the water we do need? Scientists are finding that the impacts of climate change make freshwater inhospitable for fish and wildlife.
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    October 05, 2012 | 2:00 PM

    What's the biggest dirty energy source of all?

    There are several manmade sources of the carbon pollution that's warming our climate, from deforestation to animal agriculture. But let's clear up one thing right away: Dirty Energy, the pollution from fossil fuels, is the single the biggest contributor to climate change. And the biggest Dirty Energy source is coal.

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    October 01, 2012 | 7:30 AM

    Time to talk dirty! (about the weather, that is)

    We have a live, online broadcast coming up on November 14 called 24 Hours of Reality: The Dirty Weather Report. Over 24 hours, we plan to share with the world how dirty weather in a warming climate is affecting our lives. And we need your help! We invite you to pull out your camera (or your smart phone) and send us a video telling us your story about how climate change and extreme weather are impacting you and your community.
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    September 28, 2012 | 1:12 PM

    A recommended read: America the Possible

    As climate activists, we’re accustomed to facing frightening facts. Global carbon emissions have never been higher. Wildfires in the U.S. burned a record number of acres this year. And this summer, Arctic sea ice reached an all-time seasonal low. As Americans, there’s a whole other suite of scary realities we now face: One in five children live in poverty. Millions are jobless. And income inequality continues to rise.
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    September 27, 2012 | 1:22 PM

    Over 160,000 agree: Climate change belongs in the presidential debate

    We recently asked you to tell Jim Lehrer, moderator of the first presidential debate on October 3, to ask a question about the climate crisis — because neither candidate can afford to ignore the most urgent issue of our time. The response was huge.
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    September 26, 2012 | 2:40 PM

    Calling all designers!

    We made the announcement this weekend: On November 14, The Climate Reality Project is hosting 24 Hours of Reality: The Dirty Weather Report. We'll be live online for 24 hours across all 24 time zones — showing how dirty weather in a warming climate is changing our lives. There are many ways you'll be able to get involved. And if you're a graphic artist or a designer, we'd like to ask for your help right now.
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