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  • The forecast: Blowing hot? Cold? Only Gov. Brown knows

     The forecast: Blowing hot? Cold? Only Gov. Brown knows
    Jerry Brown, who has blown hot and cold over the years, seems to have settled down. But you never know .... Throughout Gov. Jerry Brown's record-length political career, we've never known quite what to expect. What's real and what's not? He has blown...
  • Latest climate change battle may center on food pyramid

    Latest climate change battle may center on food pyramid
    The political clash over climate change has entered new territory that does not involve a massive oil pipeline or a subsidy for renewable energy, but a quaint federal chart that tries to nudge Americans toward a healthy diet. The food pyramid, that 3-...
  • EPA gives Obama new reason to reject Keystone pipeline: low oil prices

    EPA gives Obama new reason to reject Keystone pipeline: low oil prices
    As President Obama weighs whether to approve the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline, federal environmental officials gave him a new reason Tuesday to reject it: declining oil prices. The Environmental Protection Agency is cautioning the White House...
  • January's first — and probably only — 40-degree day

    Despite January's reputation as winter's coldest month, in Chicago a January with at least one day at or above 40 degrees is the rule rather than the exception. The city's temperature data reveal that 94 Januarys out of 100 deliver at least one 40-...
  • 2014 was warmest year on record, scientists say

    2014 was warmest year on record, scientists say
    For the third time in a decade, the globe sizzled to the hottest year on record, federal scientists announced Friday. Both the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA calculated that in 2014 the world had its hottest year in 135 years of...
  • How hot was it? 2014 was Earth's warmest year on record, data show

    How hot was it? 2014 was Earth's warmest year on record, data show
    The average surface temperature on Earth was higher in 2014 than at any time since scientists began taking detailed measurements 135 years ago. The 1.4-degree Fahrenheit rise since 1880 confirms long-term warming patterns and renewed alarm about changes...
  • Scientists: Human activity has pushed Earth beyond 4 of 9 'planetary boundaries'

    At the rate things are going, the Earth in the coming decades could cease to be a "safe operating space" for human beings. That is the conclusion of a new paper published Thursday in the journal Science by 18 researchers trying to gauge the breaking...
  • Congress must control 'rogue' EPA

    I appreciate Tom Bennett's letter to the editor ("Obama's policies wage war on affordable energy"). In it he challenges the "global warming congregation" belief that "the science is settled" and 2014 was the "warmest in recorded history." Science is...
  • Pope on Charlie Hebdo: There are limits to free expression

    Pope on Charlie Hebdo: There are limits to free expression
    Pope Francis said Thursday there are limits to freedom of expression, especially when it insults or ridicules someone's faith. Francis spoke about the Paris terror attacks while en route to the Philippines, defending free speech as not only a...
  • Obama's move to cut methane emissions may hinge on the economy

    As President Obama tries to build an enduring legacy on climate change, he is finding that the biggest obstacle in his path may not be his many critics in Congress or lawsuits from oil companies but the precarious state of the economy. That much was...
  • Reducing methane is a wise short-term win

    Reducing methane is a wise short-term win
    For too long, carbon dioxide has dominated the discussion of greenhouse gases; for the most part, it has been the discussion. That gas, emitted by the burning of fossil fuels, is, after all, the biggie in terms of volume. But this single-minded approach...