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NJ enacts anti-global warming law

New Jersey became the third state in the nation to enact a comprehensive greenhouse gas reduction law Friday, requiring the Garden State to significantly cut [...]

Angela Delli Santi (Associated Press | July 7, 2007)

In Sweden, It’s Global Warming vs. Big Heavy Cars

DANDERYD, Sweden — Perhaps more than most Europeans, Swedes have a love affair with big cozy cars.
And with good reason: Volvo and Saab, two of [...]

Ivar Ekman (The New York Times | July 5, 2007)

Could this be the global-warming generation?

It’s billed as the biggest show on earth: eight pop music concerts spanning 15 time zones and an expected TV, radio, and Internet audience of [...]

Peter Ford (Christian Science Monitor | July 5, 2007)

Live Earth set to rock the world on July 7

From New York to the Antarctic, from Shanghai to Rio de Janeiro, the world is getting ready to rock Saturday as organizers of the Live [...]

Catherine Hours (Agence France Press | July 4, 2007)

Ancient Arctic ponds drying up as climate warms

Ancient ponds in the Arctic are drying up during the polar summer as warmer temperatures evaporate shallow bodies of water, Canadian researchers said on Monday.
They [...]

Julie Steenhuysen (Reuters | July 3, 2007)

Humans to blame for global changes in rain: study

Human activities that spur global warming are largely to blame for changes in rainfall patterns over the last century, climate researchers reported on Monday.
The report [...]

Deborah Zabarenko (Reuters | July 29, 2007)

Drip, drip of global warming spells change in northern Russia

It is summer in this reindeer-herding village in northern Russia and with not an iceberg in sight, residents are acquiring a taste for bathing in [...]

Nick Coleman (Agence France Press | July 25, 2007)

From Schuss to Slush: Warming Trend Threatens Resorts in French Alps

Muddy slopes, slushy peaks, unused lifts — one town in the French Alps is living out the nightmare of many a ski resort in a [...]

Associated Press (Associated Press | July 22, 2007)

Governors address climate change

States should develop creative approaches to climate change, just as they have with challenges such as health care, despite their different economic interests, governors said [...]

John Flesher (Associated Press | July 22, 2007)

The House’s Duty on Energy

The centerpiece of a generally constructive energy bill passed by the Senate last month was the first meaningful increase in fuel-efficiency standards for cars and [...]

The New York Times (The New York Times | July 20, 2007)