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    July 18, 2012 | 11:27 AM

    Let’s talk about the weather

    Most of us talk about the weather every day. And lately, there’s been a lot to talk about. In the U.S. alone, we lived through record-setting heat waves, extreme storms, and crippling drought that set the stage for damaging forest fires.
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    July 12, 2012 | 12:52 PM

    The wrong kind of beetle-mania in Rocky Mountain Park

    Last week, I was fortunate enough to take a little vacation. If I wanted a break from climate change, however, I probably shouldn't have gone to Colorado.
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    July 10, 2012 | 3:34 PM

    U.S. storms and heatwaves: a reminder that nature is powerful and we're no match

    As severe weather events start taking a higher toll in the coming decades due to climate change, do you think we should bet on coping well, or should we face the sobering reality and do what we can to prevent and reduce carbon pollution so we don’t make matters worse to begin with?
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    July 10, 2012 | 2:14 PM

    Coal and Oil Have Their Lobbyists, but the Earth Has YOU

    Rex Tillerson tells us we can adapt, but what that adaptation really entails is reclaiming our democracy and wresting control from the corporate interests that have a stranglehold on our government. If you think it’s time to be piloting Spaceship Earth, then join us in Washington this month.
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    July 09, 2012 | 12:36 PM

    Dear George Will: Yes, it’s getting hotter

    This past Sunday, George Will had a classic “back in my day…” moment when he chastised people for raising concerns about the record-breaking heat that has swept across the country. According to George Will: “How do we explain the heat? One word: Summer." Of course, what is so unusual is that nearly 2,300 daily high temperature records were broken in June alone; including in Illinois, which experienced its hottest spring on record.
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    July 05, 2012 | 9:56 AM

    It's hot

    So it's hot. It's hot in Atlanta, it's hot in Vermont and it's hot everywhere in between. But just how hot is it? This month, more than 3,000 daytime high temperatures and almost 2,000 nighttime lows were tied or broken across the United States in June.
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    July 03, 2012 | 2:07 PM

    The not so fairways: Wild weather silences golf tournament

    The cost to our safety and local economy at this major event was a not-so-subtle reminder of how dangerous storms can be, especially for summer events outside.
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    July 02, 2012 | 12:41 PM

    Fighting climate change wins in court

    At a time when the EPA repeatedly comes under attack for keeping Americans safe and healthy, this decision was a huge win. Let's do our part by continuing to support the strong federal limits on carbon pollution, and share your voice here.
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    June 29, 2012 | 1:12 PM

    Mexico's New Climate Change Law: A Conversation With Alejandro del Mazo (Part 2)

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    June 28, 2012 | 9:24 AM

    Hot or not? #Imtoohot

    Summers in DC are brutal, and they are only getting hotter, more humid and more sticky. My walk to work is unbearable, and I know my colleagues in Boulder aren't faring much better. You and I know this is related to climate change. But not everyone makes the connection.
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