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The President should remember that the historic agreement "is subject to being shredded in 13 months," McConnell said.
Just in time for the Paris talks.
Graham blamed Gore, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2007 for his efforts to combat climate change, for blocking progress
Senator Jim Inhofe is already off to a great start in 2015, spouting pseudo-science and degrading the effectiveness of his new committee with inaccurate diatribes against global warming. Just this week, he made a speech on the Senate floor lambasting the "hysteria" surrounding climate change.
It would be shocking in a good way if Republicans took meaningful action in the next 10 months to reign in the nation's carbon emissions. And they could do the turnaround without compromising their core values. Quite the opposite: Global warming offers conservatives an opportunity to show that they remain true to their values even on the most difficult issues.
Berkeley Earth, a climate science nonprofit founded in early 2010 by scientists expressing skepticism at the time about global
During a 2012 debate, Benishek was booed and laughed at by audience members for dismissing the threat of climate change to
A progressive environmental group is traveling around New Hampshire in a truck, taunting Republican Senate candidate Scott
Louisiana state Rep. Lenar Whitney (R) is accusing liberals, such as former Vice President Al Gore, of advancing "the greatest deception in the history of mankind" -- man-made climate change -- in a scheme to empower the executive branch and increase taxes.
Paulson said his party’s resistance to a carbon tax now will only result in a need for more government interference later
Whitney’s own state is one of the most vulnerable regions in the country to climate change, with rising coastal sea levels
The Senate Commerce Science and Space Subcommittee has held four hearings on space, but only one on climate change. The Senate
Have you ever envisioned an alternate reality in which the majority of House Republicans not only accepted the reality of
It's not always easy to get people to get to care about climate change, HuffPost reporter Kate Sheppard admitted during a
It may be hard to pass climate change legislation by working with conservatives, but it will be nearly impossible to do so without them. That leaves us two choices: act without Congress, or move towards an approach that can get widespread support.
The junior Senator was a popular name in the GOP party this year, and was rumored to have been considered for Mitt Romney's
"There's certainly two sides to every issue and I'm not going to try and sit here and give you a position on climate change