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APEC rift opens over climate change debate

Leaders at an Asia-Pacific summit appeared deadlocked on Thursday over what their “Sydney Declaration” on climate change and cutting greenhouse gas emissions should say.
China’s President [...]

Bill Tarrant (Reuters | September 6, 2007)

Scientists project huge loss of sea ice

An analysis of 20 years’ worth of real-life observations supports recent U.N. computer predictions that by 2050, summer sea ice off Alaska’s north coast will [...]

Dan Joling (Associated Press | September 6, 2007)

GAO faults agencies over global warming

Wildfires are flaring bigger and hotter in Alaska, the northern Rockies and the Sierra Nevada. Bighorn sheep, mountain goats and grizzly bears in Glacier National [...]

John Heilprin (Associated Press | September 6, 2007)

Climate Change Redraws World Maps

Drastic changes to land and water wrought by climate change are forcing cartographers to redraw their maps of the world.
Evidence of the effects of human [...]

Andrea Thompson ( | September 6, 2007)

For-Profit Crusade Against Junk Mail

Pankaj Shah may be the only chief executive in Silicon Valley striving to put himself out of business.
He is the founder of GreenDimes, a small [...]

Laura Novak (The New York Times | September 6, 2007)

Global warming may pose threat to heart

Global warming may be melting glaciers and forcing polar bears onto land, but doctors warn it could also affect your heart.
“If it really is a [...]

Maria Cheng (Associated Press | September 5, 2007)

What Is John Dingell Really Up To?

John Dingell, wearing a seersucker suit perfect for the summer heat, was sitting on stage inside the Pioneer High School auditorium on a recent afternoon, [...]

David Leonhardt (The New York Times | September 5, 2007)

WWF says Asia-Pacific coal rush worsens global warming

Growing dependence on cheap coal to power rapid economic growth in the Asia-Pacific could undermine efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that is blamed for [...]

Fayen Wong (Reuters | September 4, 2007)

Agreement reached on greenhouse gas curb

Negotiators from 158 countries reached basic agreement Friday on rough targets aimed at getting some of the world’s biggest polluters to reduce emissions of the [...]

William J. Kole (Associated Press | September 4, 2007)

Dutch build towering wind turbines out at sea

There is no shortage of wind in the densely-populated Netherlands but there is a shortage of space and in a nation which likes its houses [...]

Alexandra Hudson (Reuters | September 4, 2007)