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The president proposal comes after the U.S. left Paris climate agreement, saying a shift to clean energy is a bad deal for America.

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Pulling out of the accord would send a serious signal to the rest of the globe who is working hard to reduce greenhouse emissions to the atmosphere

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A new finding derived by the researchers states that Antarctican regions actually regulates earth's climate like Thermostat and can also determine distant place's weather in moments; know more here

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2016 is a year in which scientific progress often feels like it's eroding. These were the biggiest setbacks to science in 2016 under Donald J. Trump presidency.

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The mysterious ‘crater’ on Antarctica indication of vulnerable ice sheet due to a strong wind that brings warm air and blows away the snow.

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This week, the United Nations Climate Change Conference is taking place in Paris. At the same time, tech billionaires Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates -- along with a handful of other incredibly wealthy executives like Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, George Soros and Alibaba's Jack Ma -- have announced their own plan to boost the private sector's development of clean energy technologies.

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President Barack Obama is in Paris, France, to participate in climate change talks, an issue the Latino community has made a priority.

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The third Republican presidential debate focused on the country’s economy, and it comes as the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1314 -- the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 -- but foreign policy also dominated the evening.

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Pope Francis became the first pontiff to address a joint meeting of Congress on Thursday during his final day in Washington, D.C.

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Pope Francis' six-day trip in the U.S. starts on Tuesday, and he will spend a week talking about issues affecting the Latino community. The Argentinian-born Pope will address a joint session of Congress on Thursday, where he is expected to speak about topics that even the federal legislative body has had trouble solving.

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For one Latino congressman, Hispanic Heritage Month provides a perfect backdrop for the second Republican presidential debate.

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The Republican National Committee (RNC) criticized Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley over his comments linking the Islamic State militant group and climate change, but his campaign was quick to fire back.

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While it's presumed that politics steer opinions on science-related policies, gender, age, race, religion and education tend to move opinions on climate change, biochemical research and other science-related subjects.

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Regarded as "one of America's great labor and civil rights icons," Dolores Huerta has dedicated her life to advocating labor and civil rights, and her work continues as the Latino electorate brave the 2016 presidential election season.

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Senior editor at The Atlantic and conservative pundit David Frum caused a mini-tweet storm late last week when he suggested that California's immigration population is at least partly to blame for California's epic drought and subsequent ongoing water crisis.

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Based on Latino Decisions' polling data, Latinos have labeled climate change as a threat, but former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a potential Republican Party presidential nominee, the topic should not be the highest priority for the U.S.

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