Both the New York Times and Forbes report that new polls show an uptick in concern about climate change among Americans, a majority of whom now believe that global warming and climate change contribute to increasingly worse US weather, from heat waves and drought to record snowfalls...
Japan, move over: sea level rise will threaten hundreds of US energy facilities by 2030 with flooding, according to a new Climate Central analysis of data from a trio of federal agencies -- and some of the US Senate listened.
Meanwhile, Japanese companies are going for the green, as their government prepares to start a feed-in tariff in July, requiring energy facilities to buy green energy from companies and individuals alike; Softbank is already planning to build 10 massive solar plants across Japan, reports the Japan Times.
Viva La Green Revolution, Mexico! The national senate there just recently passed a vote, 78-0, to enshrine long-term climate targets into national legislation, reports BBC's Richard Black.
Birthing beetles bludgeon western US forests because climate change now results in a longer warmer summer, allowing these critters to breed twice rather than just once, according to new research, reports Rema Rahman at the Associated Press.
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