Changing minds on a changing climate – Yale Climate Connections

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Goldman Prize (@goldmanprize) | Twitter

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Britain just went a whole day without burning any coal for electricity. | Grist

That’s a first since the Industrial Revolution — and an indication of big changes for the better.

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Introducing the 2017 Goldman Prize Winners 🌟

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How many tree species are there? More than you can shake a stick at, new database reveals

Archive will help researchers and policymakers monitor tree diversity

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Guess Who’s for a Carbon Tax Now – The New York Times

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Climate Solutions Caucus – Citizens’ Climate Lobby

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Scott Pruitt Faces Anger From Right Over E.P.A. Finding He Won’t Fight – The New York Times

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Green Power

Green Power – Wave of the Future

Françoise d’Estais, Angus McCrone & Ulf Moslener

The price of renewable energy — especially solar power — continues to tumble, and the result is more green power generating capacity for fewer dollars. That’s the bottom line message from the latest figures on world investment in clean technologies. In 2016, record levels of new … MORE > >

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Trump Critics on Climate Policy Hope Executives Can Sway Him – The New York Times

And at least six companies with seats on Mr. Trump’s advisory boards — JPMorgan Chase, Walmart, Boeing, IBM, Dow Chemical and Lockheed Martin — also participate in the Business Roundtable, which in mid-February gave Mr. Trump a wish list of 16 rules it wanted killed, including the Clean Power Plan. (Walmart declined to address the discrepancy between that group’s demands and its climate commitments, and Intel did not respond to requests for comment.)

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