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Himalayan villagers on global warming frontline

Standing in the Himalayan valley of Langtang, Rinjin Dorje Lama remembers where he used to play as a child in the 1960s.
“When I was a [...]

Sam Taylor (Agence France Press | December 27, 2008)

Study: Global warming will challenge ski industry

Colorado’s ski areas will have to carve runs higher up the mountains and triple their snowmaking if they are to co-exist with global warming over [...]

Bill Scanlon (Rocky Mountain News | December 24, 2008)

E.P.A.’s Doctor No

On April 2, 2007, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal Clean Air Act plainly empowered the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gases from [...]

Editorial (The New York Times | December 24, 2008)

Appeal of air rules is Motor City madness

Seriously? The big automobile companies are seeking a multibillion taxpayer bailout at the same time they are trying to block Rhode Island from adopting California’s [...]

Editorial (Providence Business Journal | December 22, 2008)

A New Respect for Science

Though Barack Obama’s cabinet appointments have received the big headlines, it is worth noting two important sub-cabinet choices. Both are scientists, committed to using rather [...]

Editorial (The New York Times | December 22, 2008)

Melting Yosemite glacier an omen

YOSEMITE — As melting water gushed off the ice in a tinseled maze of rivulets and tumbled through a gaping chasm, the hikers watched, wondered [...]

Tom Knudson (The Sacramento Bee | December 22, 2008)

Obama picks global warming expert as science adviser

President-elect Barack Obama’s choice of John P. Holdren as his science adviser sends a strong signal that Obama sees global warming as an urgent problem [...]

Renee Schoof (McClatchy Newspapers | December 19, 2008)

Germany seeking US global warming cooperation

Germany is looking for ways to nudge the United States, and the incoming Obama administration, to step up efforts to slow global warming.
The German government [...]

AP (Associated Press | December 16, 2008)

E.P.A. Seeks New Life for Old Cellphones

The way the Environmental Protection Agency sees it, one discarded cellphone is like one vote: on its own, it cannot do much harm or good, [...]

Claudia H. Deutsch (The New York Times | January 8, 2008)

50 people who could save the planet

Last year ended with the incongruous image of 10,000 politicians, businessmen, activists and scientists from 190 countries emitting vast quantities of greenhouse gases as they [...]

The Guardian (the Guardian | January 7, 2008)