Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Jackson: Proudest of EPA greenhouse rules |
Climate change is “a simple scientific statement” — clearly that meant something to the USA Today reports.

“As she prepares to step down from her position as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Lisa Jackson said she is proudest of presiding over the landmark finding that climate-changing greenhouse gases endanger public health and welfare. ‘Americans are back to believing that something is happening with our climate and that mankind has a role to play in that. These are not natural phenomena,’ said Jackson in her first newspaper interview since announcing on Dec. 27 that she would leave the EPA.” [USA Today]
Climate change and poverty have not gone away | Joseph Stiglitz | Business |
retrofitting the global economy for climate change would help to restore aggregate demand and growth.
Sen. Sanders, after US hits heat record, floats new climate bill - The Hill's E2-Wire
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is floating legislation to impose fees on greenhouse gas emitters, a plan that’s highly unlikely to advance but shows that liberal lawmakers intend to ramp up calls to tackle global warming in the new Congress.
Gavin Schmidt: Decadal prediction not working out so well |
The real climate disappoints RealClimate.

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