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  • March moutzas a bipartisan effort

     March moutzas a bipartisan effort
    I keep reading in the liberal print media that Republicans live in a place called "In Denial," but it turns out that Democrats have established their own colony there as well. How else can you explain the 18-month-old racist baby? That's right, a...
  • US offer for climate treaty: Up to 28 percent emissions cut

    In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House's plans....
  • What's new at Gaja, the 156-year-old Italian winery

    What's new at Gaja, the 156-year-old Italian winery
    Gaia Gaja doesn't get to L.A. much, so when the daughter of one of Italy's most prominent winemakers came to town, we met to catch up on what was happening in Barbaresco. Her father is Angelo Gaja, who put Barbaresco, Piedmont and Italy on the world...
  • Warmer temperatures a global phenomenon

    A letter-to-the-editor writer complained that we need global warming because it is so cold. The Lehigh Valley — indeed the Northeast — is only a small part of global. A recent report by one of the meteorologists on a major Philadelphia TV...
  • Keystone XL oil pipeline: What you need to know about the dispute

    Keystone XL oil pipeline: What you need to know about the dispute
    One of the biggest environmental controversies of the Obama administration got locked up in Congress again this week, when the Republican-controlled Senate failed to override President Obama's recent veto of legislation that would have forced a decision...
  • Ted Cruz compares climate change activists to 'flat-Earthers'

    Ted Cruz compares climate change activists to 'flat-Earthers'
    OK, so Ted Cruz said something, and we went back and forth about whether or not we should address it because it's just baffling. But then we figured, yes, even the baffling things deserve some sort of response. In an interview with The Texas Tribune,...
  • A climate-change litmus test for politicians

    A climate-change litmus test for politicians
    To the editor: I am opposed to litmus tests for political candidates, but 20-something John Cubelic's eloquent plea for political leadership in the battle against climate change and global warming is making me rethink my view. ("I'm twentysomething, I...
  • Long-term weather trends affect climate change

    Last month was one of the coldest Februarys on record in the Lehigh Valley, prompting several letters to the editor with the this-proves-there's-no-global-warming theme. These letters reveal a common misperception about global warming. That is, that...
  • Mexico sets 25 pct pollution cut by 2030 for climate talks

    Mexico has become the first developing nation to submit pollutant reduction goals for next fall's Paris climate change talks, pledging Friday to cut greenhouse gas and short-lived climate pollutants 25 percent by 2030. Short-lived pollutants include...
  • 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...
  • Environmental group to appeal ruling on global warming suit

    An environmental advocacy group says it will appeal a court decision dismissing its lawsuit against the state for failing to adopt strict limits on greenhouse gas emissions. Lawyers for the Conservation Law Foundation and four Boston and Wellesley...