By The Guardian on November 15, 2012
An edited version of Suzanne Goldenberg’s interview with the former vice-president and climate campaigner, in which he calls for Barack Obama to introduce a carbon tax
By The Guardian on February 8, 2012
The world most’s profitable companies are valued by their carbon reserves – never mind the resulting ruin to the planet
By The Guardian on January 9, 2011
After first day in Congress, Republicans have outlined three bills aimed at limiting power of the Environmental Protection Agency.
By Timothy Hurst on November 23, 2010
As opposed to a “simple” choropleth map which depicts data constrained by political units like counties or states, an isarithmic map can capture the existence of regional patterns otherwise obscured by the superimposition of geographically arbitrary political boundaries.
By The Guardian on September 15, 2010
Mike Castle’s belief in the science of climate change and support for cap and trade laws saw him lose the nomination to rightwing Christine O’Donnell
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