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  • ... efforts that are working to prepare the Golden State for the effects of climate change -- while growing our ... yard in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an essential precursor ...
  • Rick Perry is a climate-change denier. His wife thinks he's Moses. You decide. ... stiff-necked self-regard, and idolatrous embrace of the Golden Calf. Perry has no such sense of righteous conviction, no far-reaching ...
  • ... in Claremont dubbed Brave New Planet, has been much in the news of late. He's been a key organizer of the movement to block the federal ... clarion calls in the media (writing a steady stream of commentary decrying the too-cozy relationship between the Obama ...
  • ... Joshua trees. They don't have entire limbs that have died back . They haven't been gnawed at by thirsty rodents. They all have abundant coats of deep green , healthy-looking leaves with active growing tips. They might be ...
  • How to manage the national forests amid climate disruption? Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell has some ideas. ... Pinchot Intitute for Conservation On climate change , the Obama administration seems to be finding its voice. That was ... would just regenerate that aspen but now it doesn't come back ... the reality is that especially on southern slopes and lower ...
  • ... moisture after we planted." The Forest Service has gone back to the drawing board, shrinking the number of acres to be planted ... pine as the keystone tree in the regenerative mix. The news of the past year's die-off came as no surprise: "The reality we live in ...
  • ... influential, AB32. Future Laws columns will also track back to water-related issues such as those mentioned, up above, by Parfrey. ... Burning coal is very dirty." Los Angeles still draws forty percent of its power from coal. Just because that amount is temporarily ...
  • President Obama's inaugural address actually mentioned climate change . It's time to do something about it. ... policymakers, and citizens have long argued -- that we can no longer dismiss the consequences of climate disruption, which ...
  • ... drive themselves to extinction by changing the global climate ? Maybe, but that's really the wrong question to ask. ... human society has triggered enough irrevocable climate change mechanisms that we're locked in to warming temperatures sufficient to ... Bats Last, McPherson suggested that Obama had turned his back on a 2009 global climate conference because he had inside ...
  • ... carbon dioxide and thus provide a solution to the climate change problem. Savory has gone so far, as in his TED talk, as to say ...

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