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Here's Where the Public Disagrees With Scientists
NBCNews.com - 1/29/2015
A newly published survey shows a significant opinion gap between professional scientists and the wider American public on issues in science ranging from climate change to genetically modified foods. But
Science Survey Shows Gloomy Gap Over Climate and GMOs NBCNews.com
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Poll finds gaping chasm in views between U.S. public, scientists
Reuters UK - 1/29/2015
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American scientists and the general public hold vastly different views on key scientific issues including the role of people in causing climate change, the safety of genetically
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There's A Good Chance You're Wrong On GMOs, Climate, Evolution... Says Science
Forbes.com - 1/29/2015
New research out today finds huge gaps between public opinion and scientific consensus on a variety of topics from climate change and evolution to the safety of genetically modified foods and animal research.
The Public And Science Disagree On GMOs, Climate, Evolution... Says Science Forbes.com
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Americans are still scientifically illiterate — and scientists still need a PR team
Washington Post - 1/29/2015
(Bigstock) Back in 2009, the Pew Research Center and the American Association for the Advancement of Science released a survey that I’ll never forget. “ Public Praises Scientists; Scientists Fault
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University of Miami and Field Innovation Team Bring Gaming to...
San Francisco Chronicle - 1/29/2015
Community members, professors, emergency managers, and students gather to learn new techniques to build climate change resilience and disaster preparedness. (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 Although Florida
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Shell bows to investor pressure on climate risk
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
WASHINGTON Jan 29 (Reuters) - In a rare move, oil major Shell on Thursday backed a resolution proposed by activist investors to force the company to recognize climate change risks by improving its transparency.
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Dividend Solar Joins Climate Bonds Initiative as First Partner Focused Exclusively
Reuters - 1/29/2015
Dividend Solar Joins Climate Bonds Initiative as First Partner Focused Exclusively on the U.S. Distributed Solar Market Leading Solar Loan Provider Pioneers Expansion of Climate Bonds
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NASA scrubs launch of climate research satellite
CBS News - 1/29/2015
A United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket carrying a NASA climate research satellite was grounded Thursday by high winds above the Vandenberg Air Force Base launch site northwest of Los Angeles. There
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As gas prices drop, Americans favor oil exports
Reuters - 1/29/2015
A man gets gasoline at a BP station in St. Louis, Missouri January 14, 2015, as gas prices dropped across the country over the last three months. Credit: Reuters/Kate Munsch (Reuters) - Americans
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No US-India deal on climate change
BBC - 1/27/2015
US President Barack Obama's "historic" climate deal with China last November raised expectations that his visit to India would produce something similar. The world's largest carbon emitter, China, announced
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US, China expected to lead on climate talks
CHINAdaily USA - 1/27/2015
Rick Duke, deputy director for climate policy at the White House, speaks on Tuesday at the Atlantic Council in a seminar on assessing US and Chinese national plans and their potential impacts on a Paris
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Study Finds Low-Carbon Gas Fuels NEW Option for Meeting California's Greenhouse
Reuters - 1/27/2015
Comparison of Electrification, Mixed-energy Scenarios PR Newswire LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27, 2015 LOS ANGELES , Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As California policymakers move toward environmentally
Study Finds Low-Carbon Gas Fuels NEW Option fo… ADVFN India
SEMPRA ENERGY : Study Finds Low-Carbon Gas Fuels NEW Option for Meeting California's 4 Traders
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Scientists Discover Most Ancient Planets Yet, Boosting Hopes For Alien Life
Forbes.com - 1/27/2015
Scientists announced today that they’d detected five small planets circling an 11.3 billion year old star – a true senior citizen of our 13.7 billion year old universe. The planetary system is by far
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Can We All Shut Up About the Weather for a While?
Time - 1/27/2015
A man walks through the middle of a snow storm in Times Square, New York City on Jan. 26, 2015. Benjamin Lowy— Reportage for TIME Nick Gillespie is the editor in chief of Reason.com and Reason.tv.
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Suppliers in the United States, Brazil, China and India Least Resilient Against
CNBC - 1/27/2015
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Lack of preparation currently leaves supply chains in Brazil, China, India and the United States more vulnerable to climate risks than those in Europe and Japan. However, suppliers
Suppliers-in-USA-Brazil-China-India-least-resilient Carbon Disclosure Project
Accenture : Suppliers in the United States, Brazil, China and India Least Resilient 4 Traders
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Cheap gas helps Saudi Arabia fight global push for oil alternatives
Washington Post - 1/27/2015
By , As the ruler of a country that sits atop 300 billion barrels of oil, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah was no fan of proposals to limit the burning of fossil fuels. During most of his reign, the
Oil-rich Saudis find new help in struggle to delay action on climate change: Cheap Capital Bay
Cheap gas helps Saudis fight push for clean energy Washington Post
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Yep, Climate Change Is Still Causing Insane Storms
BusinessWeek - 1/27/2015
Forecasters are projecting "" throughout the Northeast. They may as well toss in a 100 percent likelihood of jokes from American conservative media about how snow invalidates the idea of global warming.
Yep, Climate Change Is Still Causing Insane Storms BusinessWeek
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Is this the upside to climate change?
CNN - 1/27/2015
Story highlights "This season has just been magical, there's just no other way to describe it," says boat captain Gray whales are making their annual migration south from the Arctic Ocean to Mexico Whale-watching
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More weather tantrums predicted for 'La Nina'
MSN Philippines - 1/27/2015
© Provided by AFP 'La Nina', a weather phenomenon that periodically causes devastating droughts, seen affecting Sao Paulo, Brazil on December 17, 2014, will likely occur more frequently and
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An upside of climate change?
CNN - 1/27/2015
Story highlights "This season has just been magical, there's just no other way to describe it," says boat captain Gray whales are making their annual migration south from the Arctic Ocean to Mexico Whale-watching
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U.S. Among Most Vulnerable to Climate-Change Risks
CFO.com - 1/29/2015
Supply chains in Europe and Japan are far ahead of those in the rest of the world (including the United States) in their preparations for climate change risks and natural disasters, according to research
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The U.S. Is a Country Divided by Seasons and Warming
Scientific American - 1/29/2015
The U.S. is no stranger to differences among its sometimes bickering states, so perhaps it’s no surprise that even global warming finds itself with some regional rivalries. A Climate Central analysis
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Wide gap exists between scientists, U.S. public over science issues: survey
Xinhua News Agency - 1/29/2015
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Scientists and the general public in the United States are sharply divided over a broad range of hot topics related to science such as genetically modified (GMO) foods,
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Climate change will make storms nastier but less frequent read comments
CBC - 1/29/2015
Large storms like the blizzard that battered New England this week may become more severe but less frequent as the Earth's climate changes, scientists said on Thursday. The Canadian-led study noted that
Climate change will make storms nastier but less frequent, study says CBC
Storms like U.S. blizzard may get stronger but less frequent-study Reuters India
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Poll shows giant gap between what public, scientists think
Miami Herald - 1/29/2015
The American public and U.S. scientists are light-years apart on science issues. And 98 percent of surveyed scientists say it's a problem that we don't know what they're talking about. Scientists are
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