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Exxon Aims To Block Subpoena Over Climate ChangeExxon Mobil is squaring off against government investigators who believe that the energy giant covered up knowledge of how fossil fuels contribute to climate change. The company went to court to quash a subpoena issued last month.
Climate Change Creates Health Problems For PetsClimate change doesn't just affect habitats for wildlife. It's also affecting cats and dogs. Fleas and ticks are getting smaller, but there are more of them, they eat more often, and they're causing problems in what used to be the colder months.
Sanders Unveils Plan To Address Climate ChangeDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is rolling out a plan to slow down the impact of climate change, vowing to cut carbon emissions across the U.S. by 40 percent by 2030.
Obama Sees Climate Change As Health HazardPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday will ask Americans to think of climate change and extreme weather as a threat not just to the environment, but also to their health.
Climatologists Hold North Texas Drought ForumState and federal climatologists are hosting a public forum on Tuesday to discuss the persistent drought that has afflicted the Southern Plains states since 2011.
Mayors To Vote On Climate Change ResolutionU.S. mayors gathered in Texas will decide whether to endorse a call for cities to use nature to fight the effects of climate change.
Study Links California Drought To Global WarmingA scientist at Texas Tech University calls a new study "promising" that may connect weather extremes to man-made global warming.
Drought Plaguing Texas Has EasedThe browning of Texas slowed over the past few months as near normal spring and summer rainfall eased the grip of a persistent drought, especially in the eastern half of the state.
Texas Provides Clues To Climate Change ImpactWant to see what happens when the impacts of climate change are felt? Well, just look at Texas, some scientists say.
Chunks Of Texas Drop Back Into Severe DroughtA dry winter has dropped chunks of Texas, including large metro areas such as Houston and Fort Worth, back into severe forms of drought, raising concerns for wildfires and the health of tree farms.
A Near Average October, But Dry
Exxon CEO Brushes Off Climate & Energy FearsExxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson says that fears about climate change, drilling, and energy dependence are overblown.

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