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Ruling Undermines Lawsuits Opposing Emissions Controls

Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling on carbon dioxide emissions largely shredded the underpinning of other lawsuits trying to block regulation of the emissions and gave new [...]

Felicity Barringer (The New York Times | April 3, 2007)

Justices Say E.P.A. Has Power to Act on Harmful Gases

In one of its most important environmental decisions in years, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to [...]

Linda Greenhouse (The New York Times | April 3, 2007)

Is China outdoing US in curbing carbon?

If the United States starts charging people and businesses for the greenhouse gases they emit but China does not, America’s economy could fall behind its [...]

Mark Clayton (Christian Science Monitor | April 27, 2007)

Protect God’s creation: Vatican issues new green message for world’s Catholics

The Vatican yesterday added its voice to a rising chorus of warnings from churches around the world that climate change and abuse of the environment [...]

John Vidal and Tom Kington (the Guardian | April 27, 2007)

California Hotels Go Green With Low-Flow Toilets, Solar Lights

Visitors to the Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa won’t find the Gideon Bible in the nightstand drawer. Instead, on the bureau will be a [...]

Ari Levy and Carole Zimmer (Bloomberg | April 27, 2007)

Poll Finds Majority See Threat in Global Warming

Americans in large bipartisan numbers say the heating of the earth’s atmosphere is having serious effects on the environment now or will soon and think [...]

John M. Broder and Marjorie Connelly (The New York Times | April 26, 2007)

Canada to ban incandescent light bulbs by 2012

Canada will ban the sale of inefficient incandescent light bulbs by 2012 as part of a plan to cut down on emissions of greenhouse gases, [...]

Reuters (Reuters | April 25, 2007)

Sheryl Crow ends global-warming tour

WASHINGTON – Their college tour ended, Sheryl Crow and Laurie David describe their efforts to stop global warming [...]

John Heilprin (Associated Press | April 24, 2007)

College Tour Means the World to Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow’s gonna soak up the sun while it’s still free.
The cost of global warming is another matter, and that’s what brings Crow and environmental [...]

Richard Harrington (The Washington Post | April 20, 2007)

Warming and Global Security

People who give short shrift to environmental matters pay attention when national security becomes part of the conversation. So the debate over global warming took [...]

New York Times (The New York Times | April 20, 2007)