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NYT Climate 8h
Xavier Becerra, the California attorney general, said California is “prepared to defend our national Clean Car standards even if the Trump administration intends to go AWOL.”
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NYT Climate 8h
Conservationists have confirmed that Wallace's Giant Bee hasn't gone extinct, but it could be threatened by deforestation and poaching
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NYT Climate 8h
The White House announced it had ended negotiations with California on fuel economy rules. California said they'd never really begun.
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NYT Climate 9h
Thanks for your note. The piece you are complaining about is an advertisement, not a reported story from the newsroom. NYT Team Climate does a large number of pieces on climate solutions, including this recent story by
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Hannah Fairfield 16h
The Green New Deal is an exciting idea for many liberals and an enticing political target for conservatives.
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Lisa Friedman 17h
With - A Green New Deal is technologically possible but not in the proposed 10-year timeframe, experts say. It also requires economic tradeoffs in the trillions.
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NYT Climate 12h
The Green New Deal would come with an enormous price tag. Supporters say no Green New Deal would mean far bigger costs over time.
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NYT Climate 12h
We answer your burning questions about the Green New Deal.
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NYT Climate 12h
Green New Deal is technologically possible, experts say. But it will cost trillions of dollars, require expansive new taxes and federal programs, and could not be accomplished within the 10-year timeframe that supporters say is necessary.
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NYT Climate 16h
The Green New Deal “is technically and economically feasible,” one expert said. “Socially and politically, it’s a different question.”
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NYT Climate 16h
Everything you need to know about the Green New Deal:
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NYT Climate Feb 20
The White House is assembling a panel to study climate change and national security. On the panel: William Happer, who has said CO2 is beneficial to humanity.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
The inclusion of Dr. Happer suggests the efforts may be the latest step by the Trump administration to play down or distort the established scientific consensus on the impact of climate change.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
It's your handy NYT Climate FWD: newsletter, with items on the "Mother of Invention" global warming podcast and the carbon footprint of your milk, cheese and yogurt. Hoofprint? Hmm. Subscribe!
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NYT Climate Feb 20
Greta Thunberg, 16, is a modern-day Cassandra for the age of climate change, It's not easy.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
“Climatic Change: Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?” Wallace Broecker asked in the title of a 1975 paper. He was one of the first scientists to warn about potential planetary catastrophe.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
The White House is assembling a panel to study climate change and national security. On the panel: William Happer, who has said CO2 is beneficial to humanity.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
The White House is assembling a panel to study climate change and national security. On the panel: William Happer, who has said CO2 is beneficial to humanity.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
A White House panel to study whether climate change is a national security threat will include an adviser whose views are sharply at odds with the established scientific consensus.
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NYT Climate Feb 20
“The climate system is an angry beast and we are poking it with sticks.”
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