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For Seattle Shoppers, Paper or Plastic Could Come with a ‘Green Fee’

The cashier’s chorus has long fallen on deaf ears among the sustainability set here. Paper or plastic? “Neither” is of course the greenest answer.
Soon, however, [...]

William Yardley (The New York Times | April 5, 2008)

Coal power policy under attack from top scientists

Britain’s leading scientists have told ministers that plans for a new generation of coal power stations pose an unacceptable climate risk, unless greater efforts are [...]

David Adam (the Guardian | April 4, 2008)

Fight against global warming need not dent growth: IMF

The International Monetary Fund on Thursday said it was possible to fight global warming without negatively impacting economic growth.
“Climate change is a potentially catastrophic global [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | April 4, 2008)

Dumb as We Wanna Be

It is great to see that we finally have some national unity on energy policy. Unfortunately, the unifying idea is so ridiculous, so unworthy of [...]

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | April 30, 2008)

Bicycle-Sharing Program to Be First of Kind in U.S.

WASHINGTON — Starting next month, people here will be able to rent a bicycle day and night with the swipe of a membership card.
A new [...]

Bernie Becker (The New York Times | April 27, 2008)

Narwhals more at risk to Arctic warming than polar bears

The polar bear has become an icon of global warming vulnerability, but a new study found an Arctic mammal that may be even more at [...]

Seth Borenstein (Associated Press | April 27, 2008)

Climate change now a UN human rights issue

Climate change is now officially a human rights issue, as the UN Human Rights Council late last month passed a resolution on the subject, recognizing [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | April 24, 2008)

Pine beetle outbreaks turn forests into carbon source

An outbreak of mountain pine beetles in British Columbia is doing more than destroying millions of trees: By 2020, the beetles will have done so [...]

Catherine Tsai (Associated Press | April 24, 2008)

Levels of Carbon Dioxide in Atmosphere Increase

Atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide, the principal heat-trapping gas, are continuing to rise at an accelerating rate, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported. And [...]

Cornelia Dean (The New York Times | April 24, 2008)

Europe Turns to Coal Again, Raising Alarms on Climate

CIVITAVECCHIA, Italy — At a time when the world’s top climate experts agree that carbon emissions must be rapidly reduced to hold down global warming, [...]

Elisabeth Rosenthal (The New York Times | April 23, 2008)