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  • Mary Nichols has 'rock star' influence as top air quality regulator

    A meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown and Chevron executives was ending when an oil company official turned to Mary Nichols, California's top regulator for air pollution. There was only so much Chevron could do to meet the state's rules, he told her. "I...
  • Pope Francis goes green

    Pope Francis, after a visit to the Philippine city destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in 2012, plans to publish an edict that scientists are right about global warming and Christians have a moral obligation to reduce greenhouse gases. The papal encyclical is...
  • In diminishing numbers, Franciscan nuns push ahead with environmental activism

    ST. LOUIS You wouldn't necessarily know they were nuns. After all, the women who pray at a vacant former Phillips 66 lot in suburban Bridgeton have been forced recently to bundle up in heavy coats that obscure any religious paraphernalia. But twice a...
  • Ten worst regulations of 2014

    As 2014 comes to a close, it is enveloped in red tape. From the breakfast table to the night light, government regulators invaded nearly every moment of our lives. Here's our take on the 10 worst examples of the past year: 10. Federal Censorship...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Should we heed the Pope on global warming?

    Word out of the Vatican is that Pope Francis will soon call the world's 1.2 billion Catholics to action on climate change, issuing an encyclical that makes the moral and scientific case for a new global climate treaty. The stance is likely to run afoul...
  • AP Interview: French climate envoy says low oil prices could help produce global warming deal

    Low oil prices could paradoxically help the world reach an international agreement to fight global warming, according to the French ambassador charged with organizing a key climate conference in Paris. France is spending the next 11 months trying to...
  • Light and heavy forecasts for this new year

    I offer my predictions for the new year. Some are serious, some are whimsical, most are heartfelt. They are not listed in order of importance. •With the help of U.S.-led coalition attacks on Islamic State, the Syrian regime of Bashar Assad will...
  • 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...
  • Obama policies wage war on affordable energy

    Since the modestly attended September climate march in New York, several folks have been inspired to write letters blaming mankind and, of course, Republicans for climate change. Bulletin: There are people on both sides of the aisle who either accept or...
  • Western diet's spread bad for health, climate? It doesn't have to happen

    Over the next 35 years or so, the populations of the world's wealthiest nations are expected to be joined at the banquet table by the growing populations of countries undergoing rapid development. If past patterns dictate the menu, the serving staff...