climate change

Reader Input: Everyone present raised a hand

Gov. Jay Inslee of the State of Washington is pushing for tough new air-quality policies to combat worsening health problems, like asthma in children, that are caused by pollution. ...

Reader Input: Not sold on drought cause

In science, “fact” can only mean “confirmed to such a degree that further disagreement is a waste of time.” Fact: From weed-whackers and chainsaws to gene ...

Reader Input: Brown too old to govern?

Gov. Jerry Brown says Ted Cruz is not qualified to run for president because he disputes “climate change.” Brown is the same person that said that when the polar caps ...

Reader Input: Stop Keystone XL for eternity

Tar sands development harms wildlife and humanity’s best interests every step of the way. But the effect that tar sand oil has upon climate change is even worse. Climate ch ...

Reader input: Don't stonewall climate change

Climate change could be a real problem for Republicans in the 2016 elections. Many of the Republican candidates do not believe in man-made climate change. If Republicans keep stone ...

Another View: Governing California through changes in the climate

California, the seventh largest economy in the world, has led other world powers through economic instability and innovation booms, and now faces an historic challenge governing in ...

Reader input: End fact-free fantasizing

Another blast of fact-free fantasizing from Mr Polette (Reader Input, Jan. 29). The data and science of atmospheric carbon dioxide levels make it clear that mankind has already a ...

Reader Input: Denialists will be mocked

Another blast of fact-free fantasizing from Mr. (Les) Polette (“Expand our use of fossil energy,” Reader Input, Jan. 29). The data and science of atmospheric carbon d ...

McClintock, Moore exchange blows in debate

Congressman Tom McClintock and opposing congressional candidate Art Moore locked horns during a contentious debate centered on voting record, district residency and legislative exp ...

Reader Input: Anti-McClintock letter misleads

A recent letter claimed Congressman Tom McClintock is a paid climate change denier (“McClintock paid to deny truth,” Reader Input, Sept. 3). This is not only misleadi ...