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  1. A Risk Analyst Explains Why Climate Change Risk Misperception Doesn’t Necessarily Matter

    A longtime analyst of risk misperception says leaders can’t wait for the public to “get” global warming.

  2. A Green Group Sees Hope in ‘The End of China’s Coal Boom’

    Greenpeace sees growing signs that China is heading toward peak coal, putting climate targets within sight.

  3. White House Pressed to Protect Ailing Monarch Butterflies

    The White House is sent a fresh pitch for a push to restore monarch butterfly habitat and food on public and private lands.

  4. Nations’ Handling of New Climate Report Presages Divisions in Treaty Effort

    Wrangling over wording of the summary of the latest U.N. climate report foreshadows worse to come in treaty talks.

  5. My TEDx Talk: We Are Perfect, With a Hefty Asterisk

    I propose a shift in goals from numbers to traits that can help us shape a “good” Anthropocene.

  6. It’s Time for Africa’s Green Revolution, Focused on Corn
  7. Even New York Drivers Wowed by a White, Winged Commuter
  8. The Uphill Climate Challenge in ‘Years of Living Dangerously’
  9. Showtime Series Aims to Engage Sleepy Public on Global Warming With Celebrity Guides
  10. Other Voices: Earth Institute’s Steven Cohen Seeks a Post-Hysterical Approach to Climate Progress
  11. Another Warning for the Northwest From Chile’s Earthquake Hot Zone
  12. A Whale of an International Court Ruling Against Japan
  13. U.N. Climate Report Authors Answer 11 Basic Questions
  14. Climate Panel Sees Global Warming Impacts on All Continents, Worse to Come
  15. Rising Seas + Dams + Aquifer Pumping = Delta Blues
  16. It’s Crow-Killing Time in Upstate New York, and Elsewhere
  17. A Bigger Nod to Uncertainty in the Next Climate Panel Report on Global Warming Impacts
  18. Climate Change Art: That Sinking Feeling
  19. Face to Face With Blog Contributors: Can Familiarity Breed Conviviality?
  20. An Online Pioneer Leaves His Mark on a Leading Green Blog