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Warming may bring hurricanes to Mediterranean

Global warming could trigger hurricanes, or tropical cyclones, over the Mediterranean sea, threatening one of the world’s most densely populated coastal regions, according to European [...]

Ben Hirschler (Reuters | July 17, 2007)

Schwarzenegger: GOP can lead on climate

Charges that protecting the environment hurts the economy are “bogus,” and climate change shouldn’t be a political issue, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Friday.
Speaking at [...]

Brendan Farrington (Associated Press | July 16, 2007)

The Green Road Less Traveled

Whoever knew — I.B.M. is managing traffic congestion in Stockholm. Well it is, and therein lies a story.
Probably the biggest green initiative coming down the [...]

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | July 15, 2007)

Florida’s Governor To Limit Emissions

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist said yesterday that he is set to sign executive orders tomorrow matching California’s standards for greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles, adding [...]

Steven Mufson (The Washington Post | July 12, 2007)

Study Paints Dire Picture of Warmer Northeast

By the end of this century, 100-year floods could hit New York City every 10 years, Long Island lobsters could disappear and New York apples [...]

Anthony DePalma (The New York Times | July 12, 2007)

Compromise Measure Aims to Limit Global Warming

Influential senators from both parties, backed by unions and some large electrical utilities, will unveil a new global warming proposal on Wednesday that could form [...]

John M. Broder (The New York Times | July 11, 2007)

Florida to introduce tough greenhouse gas targets

Florida, the fourth most-populous U.S. state, will impose strict new air-pollution standards that aim to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 80 percent of 1990 levels by [...]

Jim Loney (Reuters | July 11, 2007)

Solar variations not behind global warming: study

The sun’s changing energy levels are not to blame for recent global warming and, if anything, solar variations over the past 20 years should have [...]

Ben Hirschler (Reuters | July 11, 2007)

EU paper shows options on warming Europe

Water shortages in the Mediterranean, flash floods along the Rhine and summers so hot that nuclear power stations can’t cool down. This is what Europe [...]

Aoife White (Associated Press | July 1, 2007)

Stepping Up on Climate Change

If only the Bush administration and Congress would follow the example set by some of the country’s more imaginative and innovative state governments, we might [...]

New York Times (The New York Times | July 1, 2007)