Wednesday, November 18, 2015

November 18 News Update

What is global warming?
Global warming: What if we do nothing?
Climate summit: The crunch issues
Choking air, melting glaciers: how global warming is changing India
Climate movement defeats XL pipeline
EPA intends tougher downwind air-pollution rule
El Niño rains for dry California but scientists fear for coral reefs
Climate change stickers mandatory on North Vancouver gas pumps
Energy East pipeline safety concerns confronted at Winnipeg open house
Senate Votes to Block Obama’s Climate Change Rules *
UAW mounts push for passage of Ford deal
Kentucky workers on Ford-UAW pact: We can do better
UAW workers reject tentative labor agreement at Ford’s Claycomo plant

Hundreds of union members picket in strike at Kohler Co.

U.S. service employees union, with 2 million members, endorses Clinton
Thousands rally in Greece to commemorate 1973 student uprising
US 'kidnapped' Venezuelan first lady's nephews: top lawmaker
Czech president attends, addresses rally against Muslims
Chicago in tough battle to overturn ruling on pension reforms
Albert Lea hospital workers hold informational picket
Wedge Co-Op workers vote to form union
Black man shot by police in Minneapolis dies amid protests
Israel approves 454 new settlement homes
Sonoma County SEIU members strike
CP pitches Norfolk Southern merger to create biggest railway in North America
Protesters rally against Premier Brad Wall's stance on Syrian refugees
Manitoba government has 'clearly abandoned' Métis people, says federation
Yale Will Strengthen Teaching on Race and Ethnicity, Its President Says *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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