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Texas leads list of dirtiest U.S. power plants

Texas leads the list of having the dirtiest power plants in the United States, while New England and the Pacific Coast produce cleaner energy and [...]

Bernie Woodall (Reuters | August 2, 2007)

Global warming doubles number of hurricanes, study finds

Global warming’s effect on wind patterns and sea temperatures have more than doubled the annual number of hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean over the past [...]

Maxim Kniazkov (Agence France Press | August 2, 2007)

Air travel latest target in climate change fight

For the hundreds of climate-change activists who’ve camped out by Heathrow Airport this week, there is just one way to reduce aircrafts’ carbon footprint: stop [...]

Mark Rice-Oxley (Christian Science Monitor | August 17, 2007)

British climate bill nearing completion

Britain is likely to put forward legislation within three months to cut carbon emissions by at least 60 percent in the fight against global warming, [...]

Jeremy Lovell (Reuters | August 17, 2007)

Urban planning needs rethink as climate change looms

Rising sea levels, melting glaciers, floods and hurricanes: global warming means urban planners need to rethink how and where to build cities, water experts warned [...]

Sophie Mongalvy (Agence France Press | August 17, 2007)

Biggest Great Lake seen heading for record lows

Warmer, drier weather coupled with alterations to the waterways of North America’s Great Lakes will likely drive Lake Superior down to record low water levels [...]

Jonathan Spicer (Reuters | August 15, 2007)

DiCaprio brightens up on gloomy green outlook

Tired of global warming doom and gloom? Here’s something new from Hollywood’s king of green, Leonardo DiCaprio: there is hope for a brighter future.
Environmental activist [...]

Bob Tourtellotte (Reuters | August 15, 2007)

Aviation greenhouse curbs may fall short: experts

The aviation industry may be more damaging to the environment than widely thought because aircraft not only release carbon dioxide but they also produce other [...]

Alister Doyle (Reuters | August 15, 2007)

Water, Water Everywhere, but Guilt by the Bottleful

ON a recent family vacation in Cape Cod, Jenny Pollack, 40, a novelist and public relations associate from Brooklyn, did something she knew she would [...]

Alex Williams (The New York Times | August 13, 2007)

Resolved: Public Corporations Shall Take Us Seriously

Daly’s order, the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Caldwell, N.J., owns about 300 of the 5.5 billion Exxon Mobile shares outstanding, but she has used [...]

Dashka Slater (The New York Times | August 12, 2007)