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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)

Melting glaciers raise sea level more than polar ice sheets

Contrary to common belief, melting glaciers due to global warming contribute more to the rising sea level than the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets, researchers [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | July 20, 2007)

Eat a steak, warm the planet

A kilogram (2.2 pounds) of beef causes more greenhouse-gas and other pollution than driving for three hours while leaving all the lights on back home, [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | July 20, 2007)

Moving Beyond Kyoto

WE — the human species — have arrived at a moment of decision. It is unprecedented and even laughable for us to imagine that we [...]

Al Gore (The New York Times | July 2, 2007)

Swiss glacier retreats at a rapid clip

Viewed from atop this lookout in the Riederalp area northeast of Geneva, the Aletsch Glacier curves through a 2,000-meter- (1.2-mile) high valley like a massive [...]

Robert Marquand (Christian Science Monitor | July 17, 2007)

UN head: US should be at climate meeting

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he will ask President Bush on Tuesday to have a top U.S. official attend a high-level U.N. meeting on climate change [...]

Edith M. Lederer (Associated Press | July 17, 2007)

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)