After the warmest year on record, West Virginia feels the heat

New York Times: Friday’s news that 2014 was the Earth’s hottest year on record could not have been timelier for West Virginia, where a dissident member of the Board of Education recently altered new teaching standards to reflect his personal doubts about climate change. The board member, L. Wade Linger Jr., didn’t like the sound of a sixth-grade study plan mentioning “the rise in global temperatures over the past century.” So he had the language changed to: “rise and fall.” “The temperature rises and falls all......

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