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Dawn Stover

Dawn Stover

Contributing Editor, Energy, Environment, and Climate

Articles by Dawn Stover

18 January 2018
Americas

Protect America's border from climate change

Dawn Stover

While Congress and the White House debate the merits of a southern border wall, America’s coastline faces a much bigger threat.

8 January 2018

The Day After

Dawn Stover

A Voices of Tomorrow author argues that millennials need new movies about nuclear war.

2 January 2018
Interview

In this interview, American climate and energy expert Eileen Claussen talks about both the promise and the limitations of corporate action to address climate change. Read this interview in the January/February issue of ou

18 December 2017
Americas

Yes, that dying polar bear is connected to climate change

Dawn Stover

A viral video of a polar bear’s misery draws a backlash, but remains an unforgettable symbol.

2 November 2017

In this interview, former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis talks about how he became a climate hawk, how to get past conservative resistance to climate solutions, and reasons for optimism at a time when the White House is in rapid retreat from domestic and international action on climate. 

14 September 2017
Americas

The weather report is climate science, too

Dawn Stover

Why do so many Americans believe weather forecasts that are based on satellite data and computer models, but distrust climate predictions?

4 May 2017
Interview

In this interview, environmentalist, entrepreneur, and author Paul Hawken discusses Project Drawdown, “the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming.” Hawken, who leads the project and edited the just-published book Drawdown, explains why his team felt it necessary to create

29 April 2017
Americas

EPA buries inconvenient climate information

Dawn Stover

Climate information contradicting Trump administration polices is being purged from the EPA website.

21 April 2017
Americas

What the Trump administration doesn't understand about clean air

Dawn Stover

Global warming is not a theory. It’s air pollution, plain and simple.

9 January 2017

Getting to deep de-carbonization: What role for nuclear power?

Dawn Stover

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists devoted its 2016 Clock Symposium to the question of what role nuclear power can and should play in achieving the deep de-carbonization required to halt global warming. Read the report.

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