The results are in and Barack Obama has won the US presidency for a second term, beating the Republicans candidate Mitt Romney. And in his victory speech last night, Barack Obama finally mentioned climate change: “We want our children to … Continue reading
The US state department has denied a permit for the highly controversial Keystone XL pipeline, that once constructed would transport dirty and climate killing tar sands from Canada to the US and other world markets. One of the world’s most … Continue reading
A few days ago I wrote about Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry, the three front-runners in the Republican primary, and just where they stand politically when it comes to our climate and environment. As one can imagine their … Continue reading
Next year on November 6 it’s time for general elections in the USA but the political campaign work in both parties has already begun. At the moment it’s the Republicans and their primary that is in the prime spotlight. The … Continue reading
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