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Rare positive environmental news: The accord with China is a promising step. More happiness: The Senate didn't pass the Keystone legislation (for now) and Mary Landrieu is done (for good). Don't let the door hit you on the way out, Mary.

A Selective History of Arctic Sea Ice Observations
Part One and Part 2 (each video is about 3 minutes)
[via: Arctic Ice Sea Blog]

Ted Cruz, one of the faces of 'solution aversion'

Not solution averse: the 92Y and its December 2 event Giving Tuesday is a day to give back. Share your commitment to the environment and other issues by giving time and/or money.

Not pretty. "Almost every time it rains in New York, raw sewage pours out from up to 400 discrete locations in all five boroughs."

Wanted for Environmental Crimes

'New Environmentalism' Moves Beyond Pollution and Climate Change—a podcast with Gus Speth on why 'big environmentalism' doesn't work any more.

Sandy as harbinger: Storm Surge: Hurricane Sandy, Our Changing Climate, and Extreme Weather of the Past and Future

Check out the exceptional work of environmental photographer Gary Braasch who has been documenting the natural world for four decades. Essential reading: his book Earth under Fire: How Global Warming Is Changing the World.


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