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The Monthly Climate: April 2011


Extreme Weather in the U.S. and Beyond Drought. Wildfires. Wind. Hail. Tornadoes. Flooding. April 2011 was a month defined by extreme weather conditions, particularly in the United States. Texas followed its driest March in over 100 years with its fifth driest April. Higher temperatures and absent rainfall were blamed for power outages at refineries, a … Continue reading

EPA Exposed in Non Cover-up


Conservative blogs, as well as some media outlets, have been busy as of late breaking a non-story about a supposed cover-up within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This one started, as these things usually do, within the domain of a political think tank, this time the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). Sam Kazman, a CEI … Continue reading

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