Archive for October, 2012

We Are All from New Orleans Now: Climate Change, Hurricanes and the Fate of America’s Coastal Cities

10/31/2012 by James Handley

Global Warming, Hurricanes and the Fate of America’s Coastal Cities (Mike Tidwell, The Nation)

Filed under News,Politics,Science

McKibben: After Sandy, The People Must Lead

10/30/2012 by Charles Komanoff

McKibben: After Sandy, The People Must Lead (TNR)

Filed under News,Politics

Inglis: Carbon Tax Advocates Won’t Buckle Under to Extreme Right

10/28/2012 by Charles Komanoff

Inglis: Carbon Tax Advocates Won’t Buckle Under to Extreme Right (ClimateWire)

Filed under Carbon Tax,News,Politics

Talk of Climate Change Absent from U.S. Elections

10/25/2012 by Charles Komanoff

Obama Aides: President Will Consider Carbon Tax as Part of Larger Deal (NYT)


US expert praises Australia’s carbon tax

10/25/2012 by James Handley

Nobel Laureate Jeffery Sachs Praises Australia’s Carbon Tax, Warns Against Tradeable Permit System (News.Com AU)


Majority of B.C. voters still support carbon tax: poll

10/24/2012 by James Handley

Poll: Majority of B.C. Voters Still Support Carbon Tax (MetroNews Canada)


Cap-and-Trade, Carbon Taxes, and My Neighbor’s Lovely Lawn

10/24/2012 by James Handley

Cap & Trade Guru Rob Stavins Dismisses Carbon Tax Despite Revenue Advantage (Huff Post)


Carbon tax contributes to emissions drop

10/19/2012 by James Handley

Carbon Tax Drives Down Australia’s CO2 Emissions (Sydney Herald)


More Say There Is Solid Evidence of Global Warming

10/17/2012 by James Handley

67% in U.S. Say Globe is Warming (Pew Research Center)

Filed under News,Science

The Five Worst Ideas Romney and Obama Agree On

10/17/2012 by James Handley

The Five Worst Ideas Romney and Obama Agree On (Josh Barro, Bloomberg)