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Elephant seals, narwhals, and leopard seals are helping with research that could save their habitat.
“Government can’t control the weather.” Climate activists in Florida were hopeful for a different outcome.
It may have hastened his fall in the Republican primary, but Huntsman is still pushing climate change. A harder line on big oil and corporate lobbyists.
Hurricane Sandy restarted the conversation in Washington. Some of these ads are seriously depressing.
All but absent from news coverage before Hurricane Sandy, climate change became a campaign issue again — for about two days.
Chuck Todd said what few reporters, and fewer pols, have acknowledged: “It’s called climate change, folks.” “When the surge of water comes straight at the media capital of our home planet, it may really make a difference,” says Bill McKibben.
Oh the difference four days can make. Wait, what? Four DAYS? Scientists are scrambling to figure out the implications of such a rapid increase in melt.
In less than 250 years, we’ve grown like wildfire. Globaïa animation shows the veiny crosshatch of human shipping routes via land, sea and air that dominate our planet.
There are no SUVs on Mars, so there! At this point, it’s pretty well understood that “global warming” was a misnaming of the scientifically proven fact of “global climate change.”
Forget baseball: Canseco needs to be leading the EPA.
Poignant picture of a polar bear encountering an Icebreaker ship in Norway. This is a great image, but it’s also so sad.
It’s like swimming, but you’re dry. Kristen Wiig, part of the Clinton Foundation’s Celebrity Division, has a bunch of ideas that may solve our global warming issues.
Al Gore completely lost it at the Aspen Institute last week and unloaded on climate change skeptics in a righteous, flame-throwing rant. Except for Marie Curie’s infamous stand up routine “Seven Words You Can Never Say On Stage In Oslo” (that never happened), how often do you get to hear a Nobel Prize Winner repeatedly scream “bulls**t”? View List ›
Funny and sad. View Image ›
Grab some SPF 7,000,000.
At least global warming is giving us some pretty cool ads to watch. Watch Video ›
Here in the U.S. we have a never-ending competition among the states to see which one can enact the dumbest laws.
This polar bear mother and her cub will likely be able to swim ashore, but seriously guys, global warming sucks. View Image ›
Worst case scenario if we proceed as if global warming is a genuine threat. Scary, scary stuff. View Image ›
The Yes Men, the same guys behind the fake New York Times prank, have done it again, this time distributing a fake New York Post filled with factual information that detail the threats posed by climate change. Watch Video ›
The Yes Men are back, and SurvivaBall is nothing less than a self-contained living system—truly, a gated community for one. If you have a SurvivaBall, even if everyone else is dying, at least you can weather all storms. (via) View Media ›
I love Chris Matthews. Watch him cut through this GOP front man like a Ginsu through Tofu. I appreciate Matthew’s persistence by not letting Pence ignore the issue. Watch Video ›
Apparently, web address registrar giant GoDaddy is advising against people buying dot-TV domains, as the island that owns the domain — the island of Tuvalu — is actually sinking. Read More ›
In an attempt to be awful and support environmental collapse, the fashion house is creating “the world’s first refrigerated beach” at the Palazzo Versace Hotel in Dubai. Read More ›
A very clever way to protest climate change and callousness towards the environment. Somebody get this guy an industrial strength air conditioner. View Image ›
A rock hard penis in Utah’s Arches National Park. View Image ›
Frozen genitalia from the ice floes of Antarctica. View Image ›