Climate of Extremes Part Two

Dialogue – Not Diatribes – Needed for Bipartisan Action

1. Ryan Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker, 2013 September 16.

2. Edward Robinson, “Climate Change Rescue in U.S. Makes Steyer Converge with Paulson,” Bloomberg, 2013 October 1.

3. Adam Nagourney, “Chris Lehane Out-Washington Washington,” The New York Times, 2014 February 26.

4. Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker.

5. Maggie Haberman, “Enviros Threaten Stephen Lynch on Keystone Pipeline,” Politico, 2013 March 18.

6. Alexander Burns and Andrew Restuccia, “Inside a Green Billionaire’s Virginia Crusade,” Politico, 2013 November 11.

7. Burns and Restuccia, “Inside a Green Billionaire’s Virginia Crusade,” Politico.

8. Coral Davenport, “Pushing Climate Change as an Issue this Year but with an Eye Towards 2016,” The New York Times, 2014 May 22.

9. Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker.

10. Davenport, “Pushing Climate Change as an Issue this Year but with an Eye Towards 2016,” The New York Times.

11. Anon, “GOP Deeply Divided Over Climate Change,” (Washington, DC: Pew Research Center, 2013 November 1). http://www.people-press.org/2013/11/01/gop-deeply-divided-over-climate-change/

12. Carl Huse and Michael D. Shear, “Democrats See Winning Issue in Carbon Plan,” The New York Times, June 9 2014.

13. Jason Plotz and Clare Foran, “Why Are Green Groups Talking About Marriage and Birth Control?,” The National Journal, 2014 September 3.

14. Michael Levenson, “Outside money attacking Stephen Lynch in Senate Race,” The Boston Globe, 2013 April 8.

15. Clare Foran, “Why Democrats Are Afraid of the Man Who Is Giving Them Millions,” The National Journal, 2014 May 12.

16. Michael Barbaro and Carol Davenport, “Aims of Donor Are Shadowed by Past in Coal,” The New York Times, 2014 July 4.

17. Carol D. Leonnig, Tom Hamburger and Rosalind S. Helderman, “Tom Steyer’s Slow, and Ongoing, Conversion from Fossil-Fuels Investor to Climate Activist,” The Washington Post, 2014 June 9.

18. Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker.

19. Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker.

20. Lizza, “The President and the Pipeline,” The New Yorker.

21. Matthew C. Nisbet and Dietram A. Scheufele, “The Polarization Paradox: Why Hyperpartisanship Promotes Conservatism and Undermines Liberalism,” The Breakthrough Journal, 3, 55-69, 2012. http://thebreakthrough.org/index.php/journal/past-issues/issue-3/the-polarization-paradox

22. Scott Bland and Adam Wollner, “Soros, Steyer Spend Big in Bid to Rescue Democrats’ Majority,” The National Journal, 2014 August 22.

23. Nisbet and Scheufele, “The Polarization Paradox: How Hyperpartisanship Promotes Conservatism and Undermines Liberalism,” The Breakthrough Journal.

24. Coral Davenport, “Taking Oil Industry Cue, Environmentalists Drew Emissions Blueprint,” The New York Times, 2014 July 6.

25. Jonathan Chait, “Obama Might Actually Be the Environmental President,” New York Magazine, 2013 May 5.

26. Roger Pielke Jr., The Climate Fix: What Scientists and Politicians Won’t Tell You About Climate Change (New York: Basic Books, 2010) pg. 43.

27. Matthew C. Nisbet, “A New Model for Climate Advocacy,” Ensia magazine, 2013 November 26. http://ensia.com/voices/a-new-model-for-climate-advocacy/