Coastal California developers now must consider sea-level rise. Sacramento Bee

Energy concerns could make Panetta first green DOD chief. Greenwire

Judge upholds ‘threatened’ listing for polar bear. Greenwire

California delays its carbon-trading program until 2013. Los Angeles Times

NJ Assembly votes to stay in anti-pollution pact. Associated Press

Storm warnings: Extreme weather is a product of climate change. Scientific American

Sticker shock: What extreme weather costs the US. Time

‘Green’ positions on climate change can help all candidates, survey finds. Environmental Health News

Cleaner air may make global warming worse. Irish Times

Global warming continues as greenhouse gas grows. Associated Press

White House considers big boost to fuel economy. Associated Press

Climate change heats up in 2010, the year of extreme weather. Guardian

Insiders sound an alarm amid a natural gas rush. New York Times

Australians cool on tackling climate change. Reuters

Atop TV sets, a power drain that runs nonstop. New York Times

The most likely climate disasters on the horizon. Fast Company

Gore: Obama lacks ‘bold action’ on global warming. Associated Press

AP investigation: Tritium leaks found at many nuke plants. Associated Press

With a binding climate treaty dead, what next? AlertNet Climate

Study: Heat will kill more than cold in Europe eventually. Associated Press

Climate change: Public skeptical, scientists sure. NPR

Study: Sea level rising at “unprecedented” pace. Associated Press

States cannot bypass EPA on power plant emissions, justices rule. Associated Press

World’s oceans in ‘shocking’ decline. BBC

The armadillo moves north across a warmer North America. Daily Climate

NOAA makes it official: 2011 among most extreme weather years in history. ClimateWire

Scientists see more deadly weather, but dispute the cause. New York Times

Arctic warming even faster than predicted, scientists say. Anchorage Daily News

China takes a new interest in energy efficiency. New York Times

Senate rejects effort to cut ethanol subsidy. Wall Street Journal

Soot, smog curbs quick way to combat warming: UN study. Reuters

EPA delays rule on power plant emissions. New York Times

Europe braces for serious crop losses, blackouts as record drought persists. ClimateWire

Dengue fever creeps back into the US – and climate change isn’t helping. Time

Record fires and floods threaten Southwest, Upper Midwest. Climate Central

England sees driest spring in a century as drought hits UK. Guardian

Stretches of the country face record-setting heat. New York Times

Thinning snows in Rockies tied to global warming. NPR

US solar power nears competing on price. Financial Times

Utility threat to shutter coal plants fuels EPA battle. The Hill

US is falling behind in the business of ‘green.’ New York Times

Food supply under strain on a warming planet. New York Times

China agrees to end domestic wind power subsidies. USA Today

Swiss lawmakers OK plan to phase out nuclear power. Associated Press

Natural gas is no climate change ‘panacea’, warns IEA. Guardian

Romney reaffirms stance that global warming is real. Boston Globe

Climate of fear: Australia’s leading climate change scientists face death threats. Canberra Times

Global study reveals climate peril for millions of poor. Reuters

As stimulus funding ends, experts weigh law’s impact on ‘green economy.’ Greenwire

At least four killed as tornadoes rip through Mass. Boston Globe

Carbon levels hit new peak, research shows. Guardian

The reality of global climate change is upon us. Newsweek

Cholera outbreaks closely follow temperature rise, rainfall. Reuters

Europe poised to rely on natural gas. Financial Times

German nuclear cull to add 40 million tons CO2 per year. Reuters

Oxfam: Food prices to double amid climate change. USA Today

Christie pulls NJ from greenhouse gas coalition. New York Times

Ocean acidification is latest manifestation of global warming. Observer

Worst ever carbon emissions leave climate on the brink. Guardian

Record tornado season caused by climate change? Technology Review (MIT)