Other Reports | November 2012

Will US role at climate talks change after storm? Associated Press

Climate skeptic group works to reverse renewable energy mandates. Washington Post

The demise of coal-fired power plants. Washington Post

CO2 hits new high; world could warm 7°F by 2060. Climate Central

World Bank fears devastating 4.0 degree warming. Agence France-Presse

Climate change: It’s even worse than we thought. New Scientist

As US hesitates, California pours billions into green energy. Reuters

California’s landmark global warming law becomes real this week with first cap-and-trade auctions. San Jose Mercury News

US drought worsens after weeks of improvement. Associated Press

Climate change report outlines perils for US military. New York Times

Obama to continue efforts to curb greenhouse gases, push energy efficiency. Washington Post

Climate change is back on the table. CNN

Why sea level is rising faster than predicted. EarthSky

Harsher energy regulations seen in Obama’s second term. Reuters

How cities plan to keep the sea at bay in an age of climate change. New York Times.

Business warned to prepare for catastrophic impacts. Guardian

Can renewables prevent future blackouts from storms? Christian Science Monitor

Post-Sandy New York aims to rethink infrastructure, not just rebuild it. Scientific American

Experts warn of superstorm era to come. CNN

Food may cause almost a third of greenhouse emissions – study. Reuters

Meet the climate change denier who became the voice of Hurricane Sandy on Wikipedia. Popular Science