In case you missed it, a lot happened this week in the world of climate change.
  1. Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline
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    Earlier today, President Obama secured his environmental legacy by rejecting the (in)famous pipeline. http://bit.ly/1kyV4R3
  2. Big Business hearts Mother Earth! Well, kind of.
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    Corporate tycoons have been pushing for new laws and policies to fight climate change before they hit their bottom lines. It might not be altruism, but it could work. http://bit.ly/1GOWKAu
  3. The plan to save the earth
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    What will success look like at the Paris climate conferences later this month? No less than a plan to save the world - which could look like this: http://bit.ly/1PsIjTT
  4. Antarctica is gaining ice. Seriously.
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    A new study shows Antarctica is actually gaining ice. But that doesn’t mean climate change is no longer a problem. http://bit.ly/1OtAmPI
  5. Republicans: they aren’t scientists!
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    If you didn’t already know, the GOP isn’t full of scientists (regardless of what they may think). But cracks are beginning to form in the wall of denial. http://bit.ly/1kyWivy
  6. Clean clicks v. dirty data
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    What would it take to make a greener internet? We made an infographic to show you. http://bit.ly/1Swkw5h
  7. Sorry about those wildfires
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    Scientists now know which natural disasters are linked to climate change, including the West's epic wildfire season. http://bit.ly/1WFgNmw