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Bob Marshall: Carbon capture a taxpayer-funded gusher

Watching Louisiana's oil-soaked politicians madly embracing carbon capture to reduce greenhouse gas emissions recalls a famous saying from the 1960s: Long hair can cover a red neck.
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Peggy O’Donnell Heffington: Choosing not to have a kid out of climate fears? You're not alone

As a college professor, I’m used to hearing young people’s anxiety and even anger about climate change. One of the most striking trends is the number of students who have told me they feel robbed of the ability to have children, cheated out of parenthood by decades of climate denial and inaction by baby boomers and their own Gen X parents.

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Rebecca Solnit: How to meet the climate crisis? Redefine ‘abundance’

People assume that adjusting to climate change means giving up stuff we want. But what if it means giving up things we’re well rid of?
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Catherine Rampell: Biden should fight climate change, not trade wars

President Biden’s flagship climate policy is aimed at saving the planet. But it’s caused a rift across the globe, too.
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Robert Gebelhoff: Why everyone is going to need a heat pump

A revolution in how we heat our homes is coming — if we're brave enough to make it happen.
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Global warming myths, disinformation and lies circulated in 2022

Few people actually believe these climate change myths, but the myths and disinformation persist. One expert calls them "zombie arguments."
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Eugene Robinson: Climate change loss and damage is coming for rich nations

Paying poor nations to mitigate loss and damage from climate change isn't charity. It's a matter of self-preservation.
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