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Pursuing progress on a finite, fast-forward planet at @dotearth and http://t.co/WW5JZummvX The rest? Family, friends, nature - & songs: http://t.co/7Jew6TGkpo

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dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Beluga Group The enterprising Arctic voyage of two German cargo carriers, the Beluga Foresight and Beluga Fraternity, is nearing its end. The ships, departing Siberia, are poised to complete the last leg of a journey that began in Ulsan, South Korea, in late July as they take 3,500 tons of cargo to Rotterdam later this month.

As Rubio Waffles, Two Floridians in the House Seek Bipartisan Climate Progress

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Given Florida's special vulnerability to rising seas and other consequences of human-driven global warming (which I first wrote about in 1988), it's not surprising that one of the first efforts to break the partisan impasse in the House around this issue has come from two lawmakers from the south end of that state - Republican Representative Carlos Curbelo and Representative Ted Deutch, a Democrat.
Feb 06, 2016

As @MarcoRubio Waffles, Two Floridians in the House Seek Bipartisan Climate Solutions nyti.ms/20gN5WO pic.twitter.com/M0Ot19IqLo

Feb 06, 2016

RT @Revkin: As @MarcoRubio Waffles, Two Floridians in the House Seek Bipartisan Climate Solutions nyti.ms/20gN5WO pic.twitter.com/M0Ot19IqLo

Feb 06, 2016

As Rubio Waffles, Two Floridians in the House Seek Bipartisan Climate Solutions includes @ninaburleigh mention. nyti.ms/1XaTL8N

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Butterflies for Ted Cruz, Determined Foe of Ethanol Mandates

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — No matter who prevails as the Republican presidential candidate and who wins the election next November, there may already be a big and enduring win out of this crazy race - for the environment, including ailing monarch butterflies. If butterflies had hands instead of wings, they'd be clapping for Senator Ted Cruz.
Feb 02, 2016

I'm often critical of Ted Cruz, but he deserves kudos for not caving into Iowa voters and Big Corn on ethanol nyti.ms/206gB1a

Feb 02, 2016

The best piece of news last night: an anti-ethanol-mandate candidate won the Iowa caucuses. nyti.ms/206gB1a

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As W.H.O. Weighs Zika as ‘Emergency,’ a Look at the World’s Failed Mosquito Policies

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — A committee of the World Health Organization will meet today to decide whether the explosive spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.
Feb 01, 2016

Behind #Zika spread, 1 map shows how bad world's Aedes mosquito control policies have been. nyti.ms/1nHis0T pic.twitter.com/JBJan4bAxk

Feb 01, 2016

At root, the #zika emergency is #aedesegypti mosquito emergency (urbanization/globalization/lax control) nyti.ms/1nHis0T @dotearth

Feb 01, 2016

As W.H.O. Weighs Zika as ‘Emergency,’ a Look at the World’s Failed Mosquito Policies dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/02/01/as-…

Feb 01, 2016

UPDATE: As @WHO Deems Zika a Global Emergency, a Look at the World’s Failed Mosquito Policies nyti.ms/1nHis0T @dotearth

Feb 01, 2016

RT @Revkin: UPDATE: As @WHO Deems Zika a Global Emergency, a Look at the World’s Failed Mosquito Policies nyti.ms/1nHis0T @dotearth

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With Imposed Transparency and Concerned Millennials, a Boom in Corporate Responsibility?

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Way back in 2008, I wrote about Wal-Mart's emerging effort to cut environmental and social harms from its business operations by exerting influence back along globe-spanning supply chains. There were, of course, lots of issues, including this one, as I wrote at the time: " Wal-Mart is still selling consumerism even as it pledges to cut the social and environmental costs of making the stuff in its stores."
Jan 26, 2016

.@triplepundit and @Earth2017 in the @NYtimes! ow.ly/XyoRF

Jan 26, 2016

With Imposed Transparency and Concerned Millennials, a Boom in Corporate Responsibility? nyti.ms/1RICWlX via @dotearth #bcorps

Jan 26, 2016

RT @Zady: "Every time we buy something we are voting." Zady in the @NYTimes! Thank you @dotearth @Revkin nyti.ms/1nwve2b

Shivering and Unsung, Scientists Monitor the Arctic Year After Year After Year

nytimes.com — On April 22, two divers from the University of Washington entered a manhole-size opening in the veneer of floating sea ice around the North Pole. Skip to next paragraph Top, Univerity of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory; Andrew C.

Breaking Things, Including Rocket Stages, on the Path to Breakthroughs

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — I hope science and engineering students everywhere are pondering Elon Musk's Instagram and Twitter flow from Sunday, when his SpaceX company successfully launched the valuable Jason-3 satellite for American and European space and science agencies but lost the first rocket stage as it landed, as planned, on a floating "drone ship."
Jan 19, 2016

Breaking things, from rocket stages to balsa bridges, on path to breakthroughs. nyti.ms/1RxbaJ7 #sciteach pic.twitter.com/vayTFLz9gv

Jan 19, 2016

RT @Revkin: Breaking things, from rocket stages to balsa bridges, on path to breakthroughs. nyti.ms/1RxbaJ7 #sciteach pic.twitter.com/vayTFLz9gv

Building Visions of Humanity’s Climate Future - in Fiction and on Campus

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — The deadline for a related climate-fiction short story contest is Sunday at 1:59 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Details are below and here. Earlier this week I spoke at Arizona State University on ways to pursue a least-regrets approach to human development.
Jan 15, 2016

Our Climate Future, in Fiction & on Campus nyti.ms/1OnOjw0 24 hrs to submit to #clifi contest. pic.twitter.com/LzJLiSCYvd

When Will the Next Ice Age Begin?

nytimes.com — The maxim ''what goes around comes around'' applies to few things more aptly than ice ages. In a rhythm attuned to regular wiggles in Earth's orbit and spin, 10 eras of spreading ice sheets and falling seas have come and gone over the last million years.

U.S. to Block Fungal Peril to Salamanders With Ban on Pet Imports

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — On the eve of President Obama's final State of the Union address, his administration is giving North American salamanders a chance, and conservationists a reason to cheer. To cut chances of a devastating fungal disease reaching American shores through the pet trade, the Fish and Wildlife Service is adding 201 imported salamanders to a list of barred species of "injurious wildlife."
Jan 12, 2016

Breaking (great news): @USFWS to Block Fungal Peril to Salamanders With Ban on Pet Imports nyti.ms/1TSCGPc

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Feb 08, 2016

RT @BLGERB: If it can happen at the US House it can happen in Minnesota #Mnleg twitter.com/Revkin/status/…

Feb 08, 2016

Follow #IPCCoslo climate communication meeting here (embeddable tool) twubs.com/ipccoslo

Feb 08, 2016

Surreal: Meteorite Killed Man at Indian College, Says Chief Minister on.wsj.com/1Q4M1G3 via @WSJIndia (first recorded instance of this)

Feb 08, 2016

Interesting @yaleclimatecomm package. More on Merits & Limits of LED Lights @dotearth: nyti.ms/1CQTyMo twitter.com/YaleClimateCom…

Feb 08, 2016

RT @ABTagenda: Sentence length says “something” about narrative, but equally simple and stronger is the ABT theguardian.com/books/2016/jan… #storytelling #scicomm


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