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Gas emissions said at unsafe threshold

Worldwide economic growth has accelerated the level of greenhouse gas emissions to a dangerous threshold scientists had not expected for another decade, according to a [...]

Meraiah Foley (Associated Press | January 11, 2007)

Toyota’s Green Bubble Bursting?

Toyota has gotten a lot of mileage out of portraying itself as the greenest, most fuel-efficient car company on the planet, and has reaped the [...]

Laurie David (StopGlobalWarming.org | January 1, 2007)

Governor Freudenthal calls for action on global warming

Governor Dave Freudenthal says that the United States has to get serious about global warming and launch a massive research and development effort to address [...]

AP (Associated Press | January 1, 2007)

Bush struggles to stay relevant in climate debate

President George W. Bush, hosting major polluting nations last week, sought to convince skeptics that he wants to help shape the next global deal on [...]

Caren Bohan (Reuters | January 1, 2007)

Bush seeks new image on global warming

President Bush’s call on Friday for a new fund to reduce global warming fell flat with Europeans and environmentalists who say U.N.-mandated cuts in greenhouse [...]

John Heilprin (Associated Press | January 1, 2007)

L.A. County calling for lights-out hour

Following San Francisco’s lead, Los Angeles County and city officials are urging people, businesses and government to switch off nonessential lights for one hour next [...]

Susannah Rosenblatt (Los Angeles Times | January 1, 2007)

Human Behavior, Global Warming, and the Ubiquitous Plastic Bag

When she moved to the United States from Germany seven years ago, Angela Neigl brought with her the energy-conscious sensibilities of life in Europe. You [...]

Peter Applebome (The New York Times | January 1, 2007)

Brokaw brings home global warming fight

Newsman says ‘world will be a drastically different place’ in documentary.
NEW YORK – Tom Brokaw is giving Al Gore some company in the effort to [...]

Associated Press (MSNBC | July 9, 2006)

Climate change puts parks at risk

Natural preserves may lose distinctive features.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont. – Global warming is erasing the glaciers from Glacier National Park and the Joshua trees from [...]

Paul Nussbaum (Philadelphia Inquirer | July 2, 2006)

NASA shelves climate satellites, Environmental science may suffer

NASA is canceling or delaying a number of satellites designed to give scientists critical information on the earth’s changing climate and environment.
The space agency has [...]

Beth Daley (The New York Times | June 9, 2006)