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"I'd like to see your child have to fight for energy," the Interior secretary at the conservative Freedom Conference.Read more from HuffPost
The man blocking climate research at the Department of the Interior has no qualifications other than having played football in high school with Ryan Zinke.— Rep. Don Beyer (@RepDonBeyer) August 29, 2018
Culture of corruption.https://t.co/pI08VBAb9h
If you eat right, refrain from smoking, and wear a seatbelt consistently, you'll likely live long enough to see the Earth ravaged by climate catastrophe https://t.co/sr9AlGJQ5h— David Frum (@davidfrum) October 8, 2018
Scientists say even if countries drastically limit global warming there will still be negative impacts on the Earth https://t.co/WGUTGjXjNH— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) October 8, 2018
Experts say only drastic, immediate change can save us from the dangers of climate changehttps://t.co/CYfxDZ9SOb— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) October 8, 2018
We might need to change the way we talk about climate change to help us cope with the uncertainty, and often alarming predictions for Earth's future. https://t.co/gz7anL8s7f— NRDC (@NRDC) October 26, 2018
The planet's oceans could be absorbing up to 60 percent more heat since the 1990s than older estimates had found, new research suggests. via @sciam https://t.co/tRJ3Dk2myM— NOVA | PBS (@novapbs) November 4, 2018
MUST READ & Please RT - we're proud to share this article featuring our Founder/Exec Dir., Louie Psihoyos: Putting a Human Face on Climate Change @CommArts - One more reason to #vote on #VoteTuesday https://t.co/Xsm2nOS2CP— Oceanic Preservation Society / OPS (@OP_Society) November 6, 2018
New research from CU Boulder analyzed weather and crime data from 16,000 cities.Read more from Colorado Public Radio
Scientists Say Ocean Circulation Is Slowing (about 15 % since middle of last century). https://t.co/8xd0tdtzTB— Svein T veitdal (@tveitdal) January 9, 2019
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Hotter summers in Europe, changing rainfall in the tropics, hurricane risks along the U.S. coast pic.twitter.com/ATLeiYlbjr