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Global Warming Changing Inuit Lands, Lives, Arctic Expedition Shows

An arduous expedition to highlight how rising temperatures, melting sea ice, changing wildlife, and other effects of global warming are altering life for the native [...]

Jon Bowermaster (National Geographic News | May 15, 2007)

Global scientists urge Canada to save Boreal Forest

Some 1,500 scientists urged Canada on Monday to protect its vast Boreal Forest from mining, forestry and energy operations, to stem global warming and destruction [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | May 15, 2007)

LEDs Emerge to Fight Fluorescents

The light bulb, the symbol of bright ideas, doesn’t look like such a great idea anymore, as lawmakers in the U.S. and abroad are talking [...]

Peter Svensson (Associated Press | May 14, 2007)

Incredible Shrinking Packages

Marketers usually boast about what they have added to their products. Increasingly, though, they are bragging about what they are taking out — by cutting [...]

Claudia H. Deutsch (The New York Times | May 14, 2007)

Warming in Asia, Africa, threatens US : military brass

From the Niger delta to weather-blighted Somalia and teeming South Asia, global warming poses daunting risks and a knock-on threat to US national security, retired [...]

Stephen Collinson (Agence France Press | May 1, 2007)

Global warming issue heats up on Capitol Hill

Three hearings in one day — from gas prices to military concerns
Global warming was impossible to avoid on Capitol Hill Wednesday, with a trio of [...]

Reuters (Reuters | May 1, 2007)

NASA study suggests extreme summer warming in the future

A new study by NASA scientists suggests that greenhouse-gas warming may raise average summer temperatures in the eastern United States nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit by [...] ( | May 1, 2007)

Arctic Sea Ice Melting Faster, a Study Finds

Climate scientists may have significantly underestimated the power of global warming from human-generated heat-trapping gases to shrink the cap of sea ice floating on the [...]

Andrew C. Revkin (The New York Times | May 1, 2007)

Texas A&M Dining Services Turning Used Cooking Oil Into Biodiesel Fuel

Dining Services at Texas A&M is fueling its campus delivery truck with biodiesel fuel made from used cooking oils generated by the university’s dining facilities [...] ( | April 9, 2007)

Baby seals drown from melting ice as Canada hunt begins

Pop an antidepressant before reading this: Canada has reduced this year’s quota for its annual harp seal hunt by 20 percent, to a mere 270,000 [...]

Grist (Grist | April 9, 2007)