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  • I'm twentysomething, I vote, and I won't take seriously any candidate who doubts climate change

    I'm twentysomething, I vote, and I won't take seriously any candidate who doubts climate change
    I am a voter — a white, male, college-educated twentysomething voter, born in the conservative South, living in the liberal North. I was raised in a middle-class family but now occupy an economic class more concerned with finding jobs than itemizing...
  • Carbon fee encourages new technologies

    Carbon fee encourages new technologies
    It's encouraging to read that Air Products, with its hydrogen fueling stations, is a technological leader in efforts to slow climate change, and that U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent supports Air Products by advocating alternative-fuel-vehicle tax credits. Dent...
  • Larry Hogan's big fish story

    Larry Hogan's big fish story
    One expects a certain amount of bluster and prevarication from politicians. It's all part of telling an audience whatever they want to hear. As H.L. Mencken once noted, "if a politician observed he had cannibals among his constituents, he'd promise them...
  • A cause for pause? Scientists offer reasons for global warming 'hiatus'

    A cause for pause? Scientists offer reasons for global warming 'hiatus'
    It's been dubbed both a "pause" and a "faux pause," and it's ignited debate among climate scientists and their critics. After a period of rapid global warming throughout most of the 20th century, the pace of global temperature rise has slowed greatly...
  • Ask Mother Nature about global warming

    Ask Mother Nature about global warming
    In regards to the March 17 letter to the editor wondering whether we have been experiencing global cooling rather than global warming: Mother Nature has recently been weighing in on this debate. The Washington Post recently ran a story on a new report...
  • Food composting helps reduce greenhouse gases

    At Bethlehem City Council's Environment Committee meeting on Feb. 17, there was talk about the city's success in meeting the goals of the mayor's climate protection agreement signed in 2006. Bethlehem has made progress in meeting these goals, but it's...
  • Climate-change group seeks probe, public records

    Climate-change group seeks probe, public records
    TALLAHASSEE - A dozen members of a climate change advocacy group dumped 43,000 petitions for an investigation and a public records request at Gov. Rick Scott’s office Friday. Forecast the Facts, a group “dedicated to ensuring that...
  • Scott's ignorance on climate no excuse for bad policies

    Scott's ignorance on climate no excuse for bad policies
    Florida's Department of Environmental Protection offers an educational program for students titled, A Lesson on Climate Change. It's designed to promote critical thinking skills, and one of the objectives is for students to "understand the importance of...
  • Acidic Sound Another Result Of Carbon Overload

    Acidic Sound Another Result Of Carbon Overload
    A report by climate experts says that Long Island Sound is becoming more acidic, which increases the risk to its shellfish. Connecticut's shellfishing industry is not yet in immediate danger, state officials say, but steps must be taken now, while the...
  • Republican list of things you cannot say

    Republican list of things you cannot say
    You are, perhaps, already familiar with the Republican List of Things You Cannot Say. If not, here's a quick refresher: 1. "Vagina." That's a definite no-no. Three years ago, Republicans in the Michigan statehouse banned Democratic Rep. Lisa Brown...
  • Letter: Reasons to have one trash hauler

    Re: “City leaders should serve the electorate,” Thoughts from Dr. Joe, March 12. I take issue with the claim in Joe Puglia's column that he is “is listening” for “a substantial and rational argument as to why a single trash...