Climate change threatens perch, other warm-water fish

Read the full story at Great Lakes Echo. Some fish may find that short, warm winters are not fun in the sun, according to a recent study of Lake Erie perch. In fact, climate change may cause more harm to certain fish than researchers once thought. Fish living in mild-temperature regions benefit from some aspects …

Illinois Reduces Food Waste With Homemade Tomato Sauce

Read the full story from ISEE. The perfect tomato is one of the joys of summer. It’s perfectly round, with smooth bright red skin, and inside it is juicy and full of robust flavor. The Student Sustainable Farm at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign grows hundreds of these beauties every season. But the farm also …

UCLA’s free Energy Atlas uncovers L.A. buildings’ role in greenhouse gas emissions

Read the full story from UCLA. UCLA researchers launched their new L.A. Energy Atlas today, a free searchable database that combines never-before-released data from energy utilities with public records to reveal previously undetectable patterns about how people, buildings and cities use energy. Researchers from the California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA have assembled information in a database that …

Lawmakers: You Don’t Have to Choose Between Cleaning the Air and Stabilizing the Climate

Read the full story in Pacific Standard. A new study by scientists based in Europe and China, in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, argues that air quality and climate change measures should be viewed as complementary rather than counter-balancing. Many steps to address air pollutants can also limit global warming, if policies look at …

AP Styles ‘Deniers’ into ‘Doubters,’ Creating Newsroom Skeptics

Read the full story from Inside Climate News. A week after the Associated Press changed its official style on how to describe people who do not accept climate change science, its attempt to clarify the issue has resulted in little clarity. There is little agreement among climate reporters on if and how they would follow …

Getting to $100 Billion in Climate Change Aid

Read the full story in the New York Times. Where’s the money? Six years ago in Copenhagen, Hillary Clinton, then secretary of state, brought the moribund negotiations on a deal to slow climate change back from the dead with a single promise of $100 billion a year to help the world’s poor nations. The world’s …