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Top Global Warming Articles

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  • 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...
  • Five Myths About Weather Forecasting

    Five Myths About Weather Forecasting
    As we fearlessly — or fearfully — march toward winter's peak, people inevitably turn to weather forecasts to try to anticipate when roads will be treacherous, whether offices and schools may be closed, and how much they'll have to shovel...
  • Florida state lawmakers should fight EPA's dangerous economic plan

    Florida state lawmakers should fight EPA's dangerous economic plan
    President Obama is finally trying to make good on his 2008 campaign promise to heal our warming planet and calm our rising seas. His administration will soon release a regulation that will force Florida to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 38 percent...
  • Man-made climate change may need man-made remedies, science panel says

    Man-made climate change may need man-made remedies, science panel says
    Alarmed by the rapid pace of climate change, a key federal science panel is urging a major research effort into high-tech schemes that could cool the planet if prevention fails, potentially including giant machines to suck greenhouse gases from the air,...
  • Congress clears Keystone XL pipeline bill, setting up veto

    Congress clears Keystone XL pipeline bill, setting up veto
    The Republican-controlled Congress cleared a bill Wednesday to construct the Keystone XL oil pipeline, setting up a confrontation with President Barack Obama, who has threatened to veto the measure. The House passed the bill on a 270-152 vote,...
  • Congress Set To Pass Bill Approving Keystone XL Pipeline

    Congress Set To Pass Bill Approving Keystone XL Pipeline
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican-controlled Congress is set to send a bill approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline to President Barack Obama, who has vowed to veto it. The House is expected to pass the bill easily Wednesday afternoon, capping weeks...
  • 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...
  • Roundabout is urged for Carpentersville

    Roundabout is urged for Carpentersville
    Based on input from surveys, residents and stakeholders and an analysis of the area, members of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning would recommend a roundabout for the intersection at Washington and Main streets in Carpentersville. Members...
  • Lawmakers take step toward fulfilling state climate change goals

    Lawmakers take step toward fulfilling state climate change goals
    State lawmakers are preparing a sweeping package of bills that would fulfill several of Gov. Jerry Brown's climate change objectives by increasing California's reliance on renewable energy and alternative transportation fuels. The proposals would also...
  • 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...
  • State plan would help nuclear plants by punishing carbon-based providers

    State plan would help nuclear plants by punishing carbon-based providers
    Illinois governmental agencies Wednesday issued a report proposing ways to prop up Exelon's ailing nuclear power plants, citing the economic and environmental impact that closing those plants could have on the state. The agencies suggested programs...