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GM joins U.S. climate action campaign

General Motors Corp., and nearly a dozen other major companies, have joined the growing number of businesses calling for limits on greenhouse gases to combat [...]

H. Josef Hebert (Associated Press | May 8, 2007)

Tornado wipes Kansas farming town off the map

The Midwest has been left reeling by a devastating wave of tornadoes which have left at least ten people dead, dozens injured and virtually wiped [...]

Magnus Slingsby (The Independent | May 7, 2007)

Japan Gives $2.1B to Stem Climate Change

Japan pledged up to $2.1 billion in aid Sunday to the Asian Development Bank to combat global climate change and promote greener investment in the [...]

Hans Greimel (Associated Press | May 6, 2007)

Climate Panel Reaches Consensus on the Need to Reduce Harmful Emissions

BANGKOK, May 4 — The world’s established and emerging powers will need to divert substantially from today’s main energy sources within a few decades, to [...]

Andrew C. Revkin and Seth Mydans (The New York Times | May 4, 2007)

The Aussie ‘Big Dry’

Almost everywhere you travel these days, people are talking about their weather — and how it has changed. Nowhere have I found this more true, [...]

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | May 4, 2007)

Science Panel: Inaction Will Mean Massive Increase in Global Warming Pollution

The Longer We Wait the More We Pay; Time to Adopt Clean Technologies is Now
WASHINGTON (May 4, 2007) — A scientific report released in Bangkok [...]

NRDC (NRDC | May 4, 2007)

Feeling Warmth, Subtropical Plants Move North

Like a true belle, this city flounces into bloom when the weather turns, its redbuds, azaleas and forsythia emerging like so much lace on a [...]

Shaila Dewan (The New York Times | May 3, 2007)

Scientists Urge Energy Changes to Slow Warming

The world’s established and emerging powers will need to divert substantially from today’s main energy sources within a few decades to limit centuries of rising [...]

Andrew C. Revkin (The New York Times | May 3, 2007)

Global Warming May Be Spurring Allergy, Asthma

There’s growing scientific evidence that global climate change is linked to the dramatic rise in allergies and asthma in the Western world.
Studies have found that [...]

Gautam Niak (The Wall Street Journal | May 3, 2007)

WHO: Green polices yield quick rewards

Countries that start battling global warming now won’t have to wait generations to see the rewards: Burning cleaner fuels can yield immediate health benefits that [...]

Margie Mason (Associated Press | May 3, 2007)